The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 30, 1949 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR BLYTIlEVtLLE (AKK.) COURIER NEWS (9 . J. aoaeZtt Jane Shclton, Society Kditor S Miss Berry Honored At Prc-Nuptial Parly Pink was Die chosen color foi (He pre-nuplial party given hisi night In compliment to Miss Wandct I3er- ry, bride-elect of Roland Bishop. The \y&tly t which was fust In the series of events platnicd in honor of ML&s Berry, was given at the home of Mis* Jinimie Francos Clcin- iiions with employes of the local office of Ark-Mo Power, where Muss Berry is employed, as hostesses. In compliment' to the chosen color were mammoth pink chrysanthemums which were arranged In crystal vases and greenery and phiced throughout the home. Thirty guests presented muscellaii- cous lingerie gifts to the hon^rcr afier which games were played Mi5, Joe Evrard was presented a prize during the evening. At the conclusion of games. de.ssert course was served- Ay; repeating the chosen color were the while napkins on which wxs engraved in pink metallic lettering, "Congratulations, Skeelcr and Wnn- cia." Miss Berry wore for the occasion a grey moss crepe frock on which she pinned a gift corsage of pink talisman roses. Puffs of complementing satin tied the arrangement. Special guest for the affair was Mrs. Walter Bishop, mother of Mr. Bishop. Mrs. Crigger Entertains Tuesday Bridge, Guests ' Mrs. Gean Atkinson, Mrs. A. R. Wetenkamp, Mrs. E. M. Rcgenold and Mrs. J, P. Lenti were guests with members of the Tuesday Bridge Club when Mrs. Charles Crigger was hostess to the group. Bouquets of salmon gladioli were placed in the rooms in which the guests and members were seated. Mrs. A. R. Wetcnkamp won high, Mrs. Atkinson, second high, and Mrs. Regenotd, bridgo. During the afternoon Mrs. Crigger served a dessert course. Mrs. Ellis Honored At Layette Shower Mrs. Fulton Ellis was compli- menled last night with a layette shoj-er when Mrs. Bill Looper and Mrs. Jack Henry were hostesses to » group of friends at- the Looper home. The chosen pink and blue color aceme was emphasized throughout the decorations of the home. Assorted chrysanthemums brimmed from crystal vases which were placed In the entertaining room. During the games a prie was presentdd Mrs. Ted Houser. After ('the assorted girts had-been presented Mrs. Ellis, the hostesses served a' dessert course and coffee. La Petite Club Meets .With Mrs. Whitley Hostess Mrs. Erie Whitley was hostess to members of La Petite yesterday nt her home. Pottery vases filled with yellow chrysanthemums decorated the rooms In which the guests were seated. In the bridge games Mrs. O. S. Crowel! won high and Mrs. Whitley. second high. During the afternoon Mrs. Whitley served a dessert course. IIE.AUTV QUEEN Juliette Flossie daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. S Jtos.sie. was crowned queen of at Joseph's Academy. Owcnsvlllc Ky. Friday. Miss Rossie, who is 15 years old, Is a junior in school mid" was selected for the honor, which Is the highlight or the .school year, by the student body. A banquet and r[a'ir:e was given In her honor immediately following her selection, Bits of News Shower Compliments Mrs. Chester Hopper, Jr. A layette shower feled Mrs. Ches ter Hopper, Jr., last night when Miss Maynarcl Announces Her Wedding Plans Miss , Barbara Ann Maynnrd daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pascal Douglas Maynnrd. of Leachvillc, today announced plans for her marriage to Charles Jolliff, Jr.. of Osceola. son of Mr, and Mrs. Charles Jolliff. Sr., of Lcachvllle. The marriage will be performed Sunday, Dec. 11, at 4 p.m. at the First Baptist Church In Leachvtllc The Rev. n. S. Pierce will say the nuptial vows. Miss Maynnrd has chosen as her only attendant her sister, Mrs. Lowell dene Hoagland. who will serve as matron of honor. N. M. Jolliff, brother of the bridegroom, will serve as best man. Immediately following the ceremony the young couple will leave on a southern wedding trip after which they will be at home In Osceola where Mr. Jolliff Is mann^cr • of the Osceola Chamber of Com- Dountry Club Setting 7 or Club Eight Meeting Mrs. R. C. Allen complimented iiembers and one guest of Club Eight yesterday at the Coiinln, JIub. Mrs. Tommy Thomason, of it, Louis, honseKiicst of her parents ifr nnd Mrs. W. E. Gillesple, was the club's only guest. Gleaming brass planters holding vivid noinsctlas centered each of the Individual tables at which tlic guests were seated. Preceding the games. In which Mrs. K. G. Partlow won high. Mrs Thomason. second high, and Mrs Graham Sliribury bridge, Mrs. Allen served a dessert course. ... Luncheon Precedes Weekly Bridge Game White Yule SMSSSiSEfesstEi .. Indoors WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 19,1 Mrs. Harris Hunt and daughter Martha, of Karle, are spending several days here as guests of Mr Hunt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nej Hunt. Mary Ann Hammock, (laughter o Mr and Mrs. George Hummock, o Hughes was returned to her home Monday from Memphis Isolating Hospital and Crippled Adults Home v.here shf had been a pnllo pntien since Oct. 1. Her condition Is excellent. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Berryman of Sike.ston. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Graham and son. Roger, of Steelc Mrs. Hallic Swank of St. I.ouls nnd Mrs. Lynn Smith of Cnruthorsvillp were (tie holiday Guests of Mr. nnd -Miji. R. A. Bcrryman and son. nilly Ham. The group, with the exception of Mrs. Smith, relumed to their homes Sunday, Mrs, Smith -cturned Monday. Mrs. Willie Williams of Toxnrk- ana. Is visiting here as (-nest of her daughter. Mrs. B, C. Brown, and Mr Rrov,-n. Condition of liilly Sam Derry- man who Is 111 at his home with a throat Infection Is Improved. Mr. and Mrs. liobcrt L. Holt and son. Gary, have returned to their home In Oxford, Miss., after vlslft- Inr here ns guests of Mrs. Holt's parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Cook nnd sister. Mrs. Earl Stabler, and and family. Miss Bonnie Cook lias returned to Jonesboro where she Is a junior at Arkansas State College, after spending several days here as guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M E Cook. Mr. and Mrs. Billy W. Wooten announce the birth of a son Nov 23 at Walls Hospital. The baby, who Is their first child, has been named Billy winn Wooten, Jr. Mrs. Wooten Is (he former Miss Mary Johnston of Tupelo. Miss. Mrs. Tommy Thomason of St. Louis Is visiting here as guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs W E Gillesple. ' ' Mrs. Cius Bljerdt was returned to ner home yesterday from Memphis Methodist Hospital where she had been a patient for IO days following a major operation. Mr. Ebcrdt motored her Home yesterday. Her condition is satisfactory. 'rapped Is (cciVl<'r'riVi; S |)"n',M'T C n UVer > l! ', 0 'r';'"' 0 ,' ' "''' ^ S '' 1 ' ) 'a'" "BlVstininif".^^^""}* p'ine";Zi s (cuittr riglil) add to Hie white Christmas look. A ininialiirc Christmas tree madr nf a : cone is Hocked while and sluffeil wilh hits of velvet ribbon Lnrl!>lnu - s trcc made ° r a Blytheviile Group Attends Meeting In Jonesboro Six members of (he Dlylhevllle Woman's Club attended the district federation of Woman's Club's meeting yesterday in Jonesboro Mrs. W. T. Harnell. Mrs. Kendall Berry, Mrs. Dale Horn, Mrs. Theodore Logan, Mrs. George M. Lee and Mrs. W. s. Johnston were the Blylheville representatives Preceding the 1:30 luncheon, a brief history of the club, introduction of officers and a speech by Mrs. T. T. Mardls. slate president, were heard. Principal speaker of the meeting was Don r. Hnllman of Little Rock who discussed the now developing Boys Town of Arkansas, which is a project of the Woman's Clubs. Mrs. Mardls urged members to have a more definite understanding with Youth Clubs. It was announced that the Dis- Irlt-t uicpiiiifr will he conducted hi Dlytheville April I3-H-15. Following the luncheon the remainder of (he afternoon was spent In discussion of the various club's activities for [lie year. A 1 o'clock luncheon preceded the weekly bridge game of Tri-Town Club when Mrs. E. M. Terry. Jr., complimented members and three guest,? at her home. Guests atrcnd- .. . -.., i<u>i, in B in, wncn '"S we Mrs. Jack Hale, Mrs. Rouse Mrs. Lawrence Hasscll was hostess I Hslr " nIKl - NI rs. Jack Cliamblin. for the affair at. her home. i TI 'e two course luncheon was Mixed fall flowers decorated the : scrvc d '™u the dining table which ih which the guests were • was overlaid with a prey cloth and seated for the informal entertain nient. During the evening Mrs. Hopper was presented miscellaneous gifh by the 23 guests present. A salad plate was served by the hostess. Assisting Mrs. Hassell were Mrs. Howard Bevil! anrt Mr= Freeman Huey. centered with n low bowl fillcii with yellow and 01-0117,0 chrysanthemums. Bouquets of assorted flowers were placed throughout the home. The guests were seated at individual tables for the game In which Mr.?. Giirrnrd Caudill won high, and Mr.... Janir.s Ijfe Brooks second high. Mr.-. Ronso Harp won |;uc.st nig!;. EARL STONE has been appointed our new Service Manager As his many friends know. Karl Slonc hag (he experience tg render careful, capable service in helping you keep your car in lop- opcratinjr condition. \Vhalcvcr make or model your car may be, rest assured thai he can give yo,, t! lc Kind of .service you like lo have. Pontiac, inc. W. W. "Bill" Spencer, Mgr. 126 South Lilly T> . riione -1371 Cllnl DRS. NIES & NIES (All rypcs Ejccpl Cancctl 514 Main lllYthrrtllr Ar i. „,, ™' * I tirmr A! The Hospitals Hlythcvillc Hospital DismKsed: Mrs. Paul Lloyd. City Charlc.5 Street, City J. R. Mustek. City Mrs. Clyde Keyman, Stcele Virgil Odom. City Mrs. J. A. Hcover. Luxora Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. C. L. McWaters. Jr., City Mrs. R. M. Aycock, in. 2 Mrs Madron Casey and baby Rt 4 Mrs. Austin Jenkins, City Mrs. J. V. Burton and baby. City Mrs. Patsy Delgado and baby, Rt. Coming Evenrs Social Calendar Thursday Mrs. J. C. Ellis entertains Octette Hub. Thursday Club will meet at the Country club. Mis. Carlos Deal will entertain TN Club. Mrs. George Stllwell hostess to Thursday Night Club. Mr.s. w. J. Cupplos hostess to Avalon Bunco. Thursday Contract meets with Mrs. E. Bonmi. Mrs. Leon Scherer hosic-v; l<> Thursday Rook. Mid-Week Club nieLs with Mrs J A. Leech. Mrs. Jack Henry with Mrs. Bill McClure co-hoitess will cnteitain Kti Phi Mu sorority. Triday Mrs. Harry w. Unities and Mrs. Charles E. Crigger compliment Chapter "N" of PEO with 1 o'clock luncheon nt the Country Club. Mrs. R. A. Copelanrt hostess to C B. C. Club i Friday Contract mets with Mrs. I Harmon Taylor Civic Calendar •Thursday Rotary Club. Hotel Noble—12:10 p.m. Junior Chamber of Commerce Minstrel-8:00 p.m. Municipal Auditorium. Friday Junior Chamber of Commerce Minstrcl-8:00 p.m. 1 •Mrs. Zelma Gobler, Mo. Undscy and baby fall's pretty new styles, with Hicir slightly higher hemlines, place greater emphasis on shoes. Life Stride's sling lends an a ir of grace ... complcmonts ihc slim ankle. 7 95 Midnight Blue Cherry Red Cognac Brown "'(he Adolescent Child" Topic of PTA Study "An adolescent child in gaii!in B Ins independence is trying to prove things to himself in his struggle for recognition. He may at times appear insolent when he .is only trying to assert himself." K aid Mrs. O. E Quellmalz. leader o( the h i g h school PTA study course whii-h was conducted last night for members of the HiRh School nnd Junior High PTA groups- A child's reaction to his parents may chaiuje." continued Mrs Qiicllmalz, "toward his parents during this period, he looks upon Ills parents and teachers as an opposing force. The parents must ;o through a change the same as i child and recognize that he has not outgrown his need of them. He desires to nave the parent's judgment presented to him in a sensible way. Through discussing things concernlni; him anrt n world of 3ovc*and security we can hope for a child who will have vision. !ma = inntion and courage." concluded Mrs. Quellmalz. Apparently :i[) members of the two PTA's attended the course which was given last nlnht at the Hnme Economics cottage. The homo economics teachers assisted during the evening with Mrs. Hany 1'iiuius in charge of ihc Robert Meaux, Box 182, Airport Road, Lafayette, La., has taken more thnn 00 hottles of H ADA- COL, in the past four years and he considers his HADACOli money brought rich dividends he- cause today he is happy, healthy work Mr. Mean* and able to do any kind of while two years before taking HADACOL he was unable to do work of any kind. "I was first taken with stomach years ago," laid Mr. Mcnux. "I was so run down that my friends did not even know me. For two years I was unable to do work of any kind. My food did not agree with me. I suffered digestive disturbances. 1 had difficulty sleeping and my chest seemed to be stopped up most of the time. "I thounht I would never be able to work again nnd had just about given up hope when I was advised to take HADACOL After the second brittle of HADACOL I began In feel better, sleep belter ami started gaining much needed weight. "today at 66 I am a healthy nnri happy man because I gave 1ADACOL a trial. I took about 30 bottles of HADACOI, the first vear, and in the past three years [have taken another 30 bottles of 1ADACOL to help me stay Mr. Mnaux and his son were nolh suffering from a lack of B nl ihe minerals which - contains. HADACOL comes to you in liquid form, easily assmiil.iicd in the blood !i™ m 50 thal *' can R0 *° work So it matters not how old you src or who you are ... it matters n<n whore y<n , ]( ve or j ( you havc tried all the medicines under the <im. pivo this wonderful prcpara- "'•n HADACOL a trial. Won't go •in sinfenriR. Don't continue to l«';ul a miserable life. Many por- tons who have suffered and waited for 10 to 20 years or even i<viKcr, are able now to live nappy, comfortable lives because llAOACOr, supplied the vitamins .ind -ni net-ills which llicir systems r.ccL*d. He fair to yourself. Tcm- pnrary n-licf is not cnotiRh for you. drive HADACOL a trial! WOODS DRUG STORE 22! West Bnfons Feed Germans HAMBURG — (ipi— Since the end of the war every man woman and child In the United Kingdom lias contributed four pounds to the fccd- iiiB and maintenance of the Germans, an official British report revealed. The report said that Britain has spent over 200,000.000 pounds since 1945. Weed that Contains Oxalic Acid Kills Sheep MOSCOW, fdaho —OP;— Sheep- growers in the west are cooperating with plant experts to fight an innocent-looking weed known as Iho lialoseton. It looks like Russian thistle but contains enough oxalic acid to kill n sheep that eats E pound and a half of the weed. Thousands of sheep have been lost since tile halogcton first appeared in Idaho two years ago. Nevada has had similar losses. It is spreading, and is hard to control because it takes hold readily on 1 poor land that is worth less than the cost of killing the weed off. From such bases It spreads to better land and crowds out useful j plants. iccting. During the evening a round table discussion of the adolescent child ,va s held. Cake and coffee were served the >roiip at the conclusion of the discussions. NEAT SHIRTWAISTER. 36-52 By Sue Burnett Soap Drawing Contest Winner Gets a "Shiner" COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — lift — When {Catherine Nellcson, 10. won second prize in a soap drawing contest, she showed up for the judging with a black eye. She'd picked up the shiner In a football game with neighborhood kids. Her prize—a football. How Much Is Your Jewelry Worth? Il's wnrfh more fliim you Iliink af I'nl O'Tiryanl's. Bring in your old walches, rings, compacts, hratc- lels, necklaces and he'll K j vc you a liberal trade- in allowance on lovely new jcwelrv for yourself or for Chrislmas Rifts. Il's the economical wav lo do your Xnias shopping. ) LAY-AWAY THESE Don't lie (lisajipoini( clioo = e now while selcciionsareat ihcir peak. 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