The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 21, 1950 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 21, 1950
Page 4
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, PAGE FOUR Bi,rnrevn,U5 (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21; 1980 Jane Shcllon, Society Kditor Patricia Ann Chitwood's Bethrothal Is Revealed Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Chllwood of Blylheville announced today the engagement and approaching mar- ilag« o[ Ihelr daughter, Patricln Ann, to John William Fraser, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. John William Fraser, Sr., of Blythevllle. Tlie nuptial vows will be exchanged Sunday. June 25. at the home of the bride's parents. Miss Chitwood was grauatcd with the 1950 senior high class. While In high school, she was a member of the FHA, Girls Club, Glee club and a capella choir. An alumnus of Blytheville high school, Mr. Fraser was a member of the 1947 class and was active In extracurricular affairs while In school. He was a member of the FFA and Boys Club. He is now a Junior parlncr with his father In the Fraser plumbing and Heating Company. Bride-Elect Honored With Linen Shower Miss Dorothy Miessler was honored yesterday afternoon with a linen shower, when ladies of the First Lutheran Church entertained at :the church with the prenupllal event. Miss Miessler, who is the daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. G. Miessler of Blytheville. will be married Friday. Vari-hued summer blossoms were placed in the room In which the 30 guests were seated. Miss Miessler, who was dressed in a green linen afternoon frock which was worn with while accessories, was presented a gift corsage of white carnations. During the party the group showered Miss Miessler with gifts. Party foods were served from the lace draped refreshment table. Miniature bride and groom dolls standing under a small vine covered archway centered the table. Mrs. Miessler. mother of the bride elect, and Mrs. C. T. Williams, mother of Mr. Williams, were special guests. Miss Welshons Marries , In Minnesota Ceremony Announcement has been received In; Blytheville of the marriage' of Miss Mary Ruth Wcishpns. daughter of Col. and Mrs. Gordon Carlisle Welshons, of Stillwater, Minn., formerly of Blytheville. to John Andrew Lelwica. The marriage was performed In Stillwater, June 17. Miss Welshons made her home in Blythevllle with her parents, and late brother, Gordon, during World War II, when Colonel Welshons served as quartermaster for the Blytheville Army Airbase. Miss Welshons attended Blythe- vllle High School where she was active in extracurricular activities. She attended IJndenwood College, St. Charles. Mo. Her brother was killed during fhe Christmas holidays of 1948 In mn automobile accident. MISS PATKI- C I A A N N C H I T WOOD will become the bride of John William Frasor Jr., Sunday in n ceremony to b e performed at the home of the bride's patents, Mr. and Mrs. E. 13. Chitwood, of Bly- lheville. Bits of News .,**• *>J*W~>'»'^W4V'.*W«MW« GEO Club, Guests Meet for 13ndge Mrs. John P. Fields was hostess Monday night at her home to li'.c GEO Club and three guests for the weekly dessert bridge. Mrs. Olto Scrape, Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe and Miss Frances McIIaney were guests invited to attend. Vases filled with summer Mowers were placed in the room in which small tables were set up for the evening bridge game. High score was won by Mrs. Ray Whittlngton, second high by Mrs. James Rogers and bridgo by Mi.s-s McHaney. • * • Mrs. Cupples Becomes Member of TIE Club Mrs. W. J. Cupples became n member of Ihe TLE bridge club last night nt the weekly meeting. Mrs. William Lambert was hostess to Hie club nt her home. High score tn the bridge game was won by Mrs. Cupples with Mrs. Jinks Scrape winning second high and also bricigo. " Following Ihe game, Mrs. Lambert served a salad course. FOR SUNNY WEATHER 8 Sue Biirnell Coming Events Social Calendar Thursday Octette Club meets with Mrs. Cleo Langston. Thur.sdny Rook entertained by Mrs. Leon Schercr. Mr.s. Harry A- Haines hostess to KibiUer Club Tlmrsiiar 20th Century Club meets nt the Hut. Hosts and Hostesses are Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Deen, Mr. »nd Mrs. Rube Carson, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Boone, Mr. and Mrs. James C. Guard nnd Mr. and Mrs. Jimniic Edwards. Friday Mrs. Cecil Priest entertains Lucky Rook Club. V\rs. Kirby Guest /Vith Circle Seven Mrs. Harry Kirby was guest last; ;ight with seven members of Cir- " le Seven of the First Methodist Church when Mrs. Gilbert Meredith hostess for the initial circle neeting of the new church year at ?r home. Mrs. Kirby presented the study esson, "Race Relations," after vlilch Mrs. Harry A. ITaines, circle hnhman, presided over a business ession. Plans for the circle activities for he new year were discussed. Following tlie adjournment. Mrs. Meredith served refresh men Us. At The Hospitals Blylhcville Hospital Dismissed: Dorothy Lee RolMson, City. K. E. Lawson, Ht. 4. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Sherry Overman, City. Freddie Lee Miller, Hornersville. Mrs. Thomas Spears nnd baby, Slcele. Mrs. Bill Daniels, City. Mrs. Coariy Eaton. City. Mrs. E. C. Smith, City. Mrs. B. C. Mirldlcton, Stecle. Norma. Jean Hicks, City. WSCS Hostess To Church Group Tlie theme was repeated throughout the decorations of the Dell Methodist Church Monday night, when the Dell WSCS hostess to the Halt Moon WSCS for a program meeting, "Jupan Begins Again." A G:30 p.m. dinner was served the 45 members from the "T" arranged tables set up in the church entertaining room. An oriental menu was served and to further emphasize the chosen theme, lighting provided only by colorful Japanese Tlmitefns was used. ^Japanese umbrellas, filled with summer blossoms, were arranged the room. Tiny Japanese umbrellas adorned the place cards used. During the supper, the 10th anniversary of the WSCS was celebrated. The Half Moon group presented a large birthday cake, which was topped with ten candles, each symbolic of the advanced programs of the WSCS reached during the years. Mrs. O. M. Mitchell, Half Moon WSCS president, made the cake presentation. This ceremony was In connection with the WSCS program. "Chain Visitation." Mrs. R. A. Grcenway of the Dell group led the worship service for the program. This was followed with an introduction to the program by the Dell WSCS president, Mrs. Mavis Settlcmirc Those participating on the program were Mrs. R. B. Crawford. Miss Charley Ruth Blankcnship, Mrs. Kathcrhie Green. Miss Annette Whistle, Mrs. Leroy Brownlce. Miss Ann McDermott and the FJcv. E. It. Hall. Buddy Jones of Hot Springs Is spending several days with his uncle, Jolm P. Fields, and Mrs, Fields Out of town guests who attended the wedding of Miss Betty McGregor and William E. Avis yesterday were Mr. and Mrs. Henry LaTferty of Portngeville; Betty Jo Lafferty, Mr, and Mrs. J. a. Wright of Halls, Tenu.; Bill Avi.s, Walter Avis and Mrs. Alice Avis, grandmother of the groom, all of Caruthersvillc. Miss Barbara Cullison is spending this week In Memphis. Miss Evelyn Hill oT I-Aixora tied for third place on the honor roll of Blue Mountain College for tbe second semester of the past school year, It was announced today by the school. Joy She 1 ton and Sophie Ann Bright will leave In the morning for Ccunp Mlramachec, Hardy, Ark,, where they will spend two weeks. They will be motored to camp by Mr. and Mrs, W. T. Shclton. who will return home tomorrow night. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Bilbrey are in Detroit. Mich. Mrs. Annabell Fill Is confined to her home on 10th" Street. Mr- and Mrs. Marshall Canada will leave Saturday for a two-week vacation through points of interest in Oklahoma. Lorry Joe Fray of Poplar Bluff, sncndingr two weeks here with his ister, Mrs. Chester Quails, and family. Mrs. Helen Goodman and children are spending two weeks in Helena. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. C. Hooper, Mrs Tom Boswcll and daughter. Marchita. have gone to Baton Rou^e, 1,a., where they will spend, a week guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Scott and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bennett, Miss Donna Brents left Friday by plane for Syracuse, N.V.. to be with her sister, Mrs. Harold Pctrlel, who is reported as very ill. Mrs. George Campbell and daughter, ttenccca, of Chaffce, Mo., arrived today to visit Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Cherry and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wcidmnn and family. j Condition of Mrs. J. S. Gescll. I who injured her back in a fall Monday night at her home, 2022 Chickasawba, is reported as Improved. Mrs. Brad Daniels has entered Memphis Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital, where she will undergo treatment. Mr. and Mrs. James Terry are spending two weeks in Roswell. N.M., where they are the guests of Mrs. Terry's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Geurin. Jane and Mike Terry, who have been visiting there with their grandparents, will return to Blytheville with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Whitis and son will leave this Weekend for Greenfield, Tenn., where"-they will spend several days with Mr. Whitis' mother, Mrs. W. H. Whitis and sEs- tcr. Mrs. Cecil James. Condition of Mrs. Coady Eaton who was removed this morning to her home from Walls Hospital where she had undergone treatment is reported as satisfactory. Rhonda Eaton, Mrs. H. C. ttlank- enship and daughters, Monya and Dcanya, and Mrs. E. N. Eaton, left Monday morning for a two-week | vacation tn Atlanta, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. West nre ; spending several days in Scarcy i with relatives. Mr. nnd Mrs. Richard Rose of Roseland announce the birth of a son Monday morning at Memphis Methodist Hospital. The baby, their first child, has-been named Richard Town send, Mrs. Rose is tbe former Miss Mary Morgan of ville. Ki;rr;rvi:s DKCKKK — Joseph M Ferguson, Jr,, son of Mr. and Mrs, Joe Ferguson of Blythevllle received his Bachelor of Industrial Engineering degree recently at Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, Ga. He graduated from Blytheville High School In 1945. Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111 June 21. <AP>—<USDA) — Hogs 9000; weights IfiO Ibs up mostly .10 higher than Tuesday's average; lighter weight and sows steady to .25 higher; bulk good and choice 180-240 1133 10.85-20.00; top 20.10 for several loads; 250-270 Ibs 19.25-19.75; 270-300 Ibs 18.50-19.35; 140-170 Ibs 7/15-19-?;); 100-130 Ibs 14.00-17.25 good and choice'sows 400 "Ibs clown 16.25-17.25; good 410-500 Ibs 14.7516.00; few heavier weights 13.50' H.50; stags 10.50-12.50. Cattle 2000; calves 1100; trading Wfc THE WOMEN * By Kulh MUlett, Nt* Stall Writ*. bive Teachers Credit If They Do Job Well Dirt Johnny or Sue have an es- pccailly good te;iclicr this past }e»r —one \vho was genuinely interested In h e r , .students, whose fairness could be counted on, one who had the enthusiasm to make school work interesting? If so, have you let her know just how much that meant to John or Sue anrt to you as a parent? If not, why not send her a letter expressing your appreciation? Let's make it Good Teachers Week—with written thanks from grateful parents whose children were fortunate these past years to be in the hands of capable, likable teachers. We parents know full well that what our children get out of a school depncds to a large extent on the kind of teachers they have. A good teacher can make a child like school, make him want to loarn, help him to get along with his classmates and feel secure in the belief that in his school worlti he cnu count on justice from the highest authority—his teacher. Aii'irerlitlinn Means a Great Deal We parents know who the good slow on steers and butcher yearlings; few dcnls about steady at Tuesday's decline good cows 21 5022.00; common and medium cows 18.50-20.50; canners and cuters 14.50-18.00; bulls steady; medium and eood 22.00-^350; cutter and common bulls 19.00-21.00; vcalers 1.00 higher; good and choice vealer.i 27.00-32.00; common and medium 2o'tt>-26.00. The 2.500,000 Inhabitants of Hat- nan Island are mostly Chinese. About four cents out of the average U.S. consumer's dollar goes for medical core. A young and very flattering hlcevclcss style that's a summer favorite. Easy to make, simple to I care for, it is combined with a: dashing button-on cape for street wear. ! Pattern No. 8467 Is a scw-rite' perforated pattern for sizes 10, 12. 14. 16, 18 and 20. Size 12. dress. 3'. yards of 39-Inch; cape and contrast, 111 yards. For this pattern, send 25 cents In COINS your name, address size de.slred, and the PATTERN NUM- HE1) to Sue Durnctt, courlci News. 530 South Wells Street. Chicago 1. III. Don't miss the Spring and Summer FASHION. Tills latest issue Is colorful, informative,—a complete pattern magazine. Fabric news, fashion lips, a wealth of smart frocks to sew for summer are all Included . 25 cents. eaire AIR CONDITION ED Last Times Today ASPHALT JUNGLE with Sterling Ilaydcn & l.nuis Calhern Selected Shorts ^Thursday & Friday lUEANO* GEM Last Times Today I10UBI.K FEATURE On the Town Gene Kelly Mill! & Frank — PLUS— Sinatr Girl from Jones' Ucach with Virginia .Mayo and Ronald Reagan Thursday &- Friday Slnirt ' SALE ! 20% REDUCTION on nil • Organdy • Cottons • Chintz and Rayon Curtains Throughout This Week Lovely Assortmenl Of Kitchen Curtains GREATLY REDUCED LINEN & CURTAIN SHOP 1'honc 6815 10S First Slrect, Koutli Mrs. C. A. Hovey Blylheville REVIVAL Now in Progress Full Gospel Tabernacle Lilly & Vine Streets with HARMONY BOYS" Evangelist Bill Harmon and Gene Kroenke of Sedalia, Mo. Come hear them sing and play their many instruments, and preach the ole time Gospel. Services Each Nighl 7:45 REV. E. T. KELLEY, Pastor teachers nre. Then shouldn't \ve let the good teachers know how line a job we think Ihey are doing? The experts tell as that appreci- on Is an Important consideration^ In any Job. People don't work lust for pay checks. They work for appreciation, too. So If we want to keep the good teachers we have, as parents wo would be wise to let them luiow they are appreciated. And what better time of the j'ear to do this than at the end of school when our words of appreciation coutd not possibly be construed as "apple polishing." M Let's make it Good Teachers ' Week all over the country. WHY AMERICA'S CHOICE IS memai The finest craftsmanship with over 725 years of experience. 2 Only International offers such pattern selection from Simple to Ornate, Modern to Traditional. • 3 In beauty of design ... in perfection of finish, in rich substantial weight of solid silver, International gives you more for your dollar than any other brand. WHY CREIFUS SELLS MORE INTERNATIONAL STERLING: You may buy at Dreifus, as little at one piece or complete service for eight. A. complete stock awaits your pleasure. When You Wont Your Clothes To Look Their Best — Call BLYTHEVILLE LAUNDRY-CLEANERS 2 We sell at the nationally advertised price on easy credit terms. Now you con own your own iter- ling, use it every day, and pay for it from your budget at absolutely no extra cost. No interest ... no carrying charge. 3 We ore famous for courteous serf- ice ... beautiful gift wrapping tree, and a record of just what you already have and need in your pattern is kept for your convenience. SEE HOW LITTLE THE FINEST COSTS ON TERMS AS LOW AS 50c WEEKLY DREIFUS Vliut Ilrnifiis Wnar Dianinmts :iih \\FST \i\i\ :n P»< IN ftl YTHEVIlLf MtMPHIS AND DYF""""««»

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