The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 30, 1950 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 30, 1950
Page 4
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:PAGE FOUR __ BL YTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NETTB Jane Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Missourians Are Wed In Osceola Ceremony Announcement was made -today ol the marriage of MUs Barbara Buffineton of Cape Girardcau, Mo., Uj James A. "Sonny" Ashcraft of Cooler and Cape Girardcau, Mo. The ceremony was performed June 3, in Osccola. with Justice of the Peace Rob Green officiating at the single ring ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Therman Ashcraft of Cooler were the couple's only attendants. The bride, who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. S. nuffington . ol Cape Girardcau, was a student ut Central high school there. The groom is the son of Mrs. Thurman Ashcraft of Cooler and is a student at State Teachers In Cejje Girardeau. He is employed at the Broadway Cab Co. Nfr. and Mrs. Afihcraft are now at hojne in Cape Girardcau. They will continue to attend school. • + • ] wo Guests Atlcnd Rook Club Meeting Mrs. Helen Wren and Mrs. ELI gene Brown were guests with Die Thursday Rook Club nt the weekly meeting yesterday. Mrs. N. li. Blakemore was hostess to the group al her home. Mixed summer blossoms were placed around the room In which the afternoon was spent in rook games. Mrs. Wren won high score prl7.e. Mrs. Grover Wren, second high and Mrs. Boh Cassidy, roolto. Mrs. Blakcmore served refreshments. - * * • Miss Truman Is Guest At Missouri Luncheon OAHUTHERSVILLE, Mo. — Miss Mary Jane Truman, of Grandvlew, Mo., sfster of President Harry S. Truman. Mrs. Fern Barton, of St. Louis,-Worthy Grand Matron of the Eastern Star, Mrs. Lillian Steeu- bcrger, ol Jefferson City, Mo., anil H. Stowe of Washington, B.C., all houseguests of Mrs. Kulhcryn R, Randy of Porlageville, were complimented yesterday with a luncheon In Caruthersvllle. Mrs. Ray Alnsworth was hostess to the honorecs and guests at her cafe, The Top Hat. • Guests attending were Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Fuller and Mrs. Llndsey Smith of Portageville, Mrs. Dave Ray, Mrs. Pershlng Hay, Mrs. Florence Templelon and Mrs. William McGce of Kcnnctt. • • • • Roses Deco ra t e Ho rn e For Club Meetitig "' '"•-•-•> " Rosen were the selected flower for the decorations and table appointments used at the weekly meeting of the Kibitzer Club yesterday afternoon. JSfrs. Robert McHaney was hostess to the three tables of club members an'd guests who met at her home for the dessert bridge. Small tables were arranged In the •nlcrtnlnuiB room which was bedecked with vases of the selected flower. Tallies nnd score pads were In further compliment •(« the theme. Mrs. Rube Carson won high score, Mrs. Hugh Whilis, second high and Miss Frances Shousc, briclgo. Miss Virginia Williams of Osccola, was an out of town guest. PAR1T DRESS By Sue BuincU A dainty, cool-as-a-hrccv.e drew for tiny girls that's Ideal for summer parties. Scalloped sleeves me edged in colorful rlc rnc. which Is repealed on the slanted front closing. Pattern No. 8429 is a sow-rite . s a sow-rte perforated pattern for sizes \, 2, 3, •I. S and 6 years. Size 2. 2'i 'yards of .W-lncli. For this pattern, send 25 cents In COINS, your name, address size desired, and the PATTERN NUM- BEll lo Sue Burnett Courier News MO South \Vclls Street. Chicago 7. The Spring and Summer FASHION offers many Ideas for a jiiwrt new wardrobe. Special (auric edition— more v.nerican Designer Orlsinnls— easy to sew stylos— gift pattern printed Inside. 25 cents. MR. A N D MKS. DONAM) WIIJ-1- A M S a r • shown at the reception immediately following their marraige last Friday night , at the First L n t h e r a n Church. Mrs. Williams is the former Miss 'Dorothea Mies- slcr, (laughter of the Kev. and Mrs. G. Mics- sier, of Blytheville. Mr and Mrs. Williams will be at home in Blytheville. Party Given at River For Phebean Class A v/einer roit-st arid Ice cream supper on the banks of the Mississippi River was given I tut evening for 19 members of the Phcbcan Sunday School Class of the First, Baptist Churcli. Mrs. James Barksdale, Mrs. Ella Bartholomew and Mrs. L. II. Hay were hostesses for the evening. "Following supper, Mrs. Harry Bogan, vice-president, presided over a brief business session. Mrs. Henry Rosamond, led i;i the closing prayer. * ' * • Mrs. Welch High Scorer At Club Meeting Mrs. boy Welch won high score and Mrs. Marvin Nunn, second high at Uie weekly meeting al the Octette b yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Clco Langston was hostess to. the club nnd one guest, Mrs. Welch, at her lome on Chlcka.sawba. The room ltv>hlch the club and guest was sealed was decorated with siimrncr floral designs. During the afternoon, refreshments were served. VIrs. Bcsliarse Entertains ' 3ndge Club, Guests ' The High Two Bridge Club and wo guests met last night al the ionic of Mrs. Herman Beshnrse Tor the bi-monthly dessert bridge. Miss Patsy nnd Mrs. Charles Marker were Invited to play with the club. Mr.s. Forrest Moore was high scorer for the bridge game and Miss, second high. ' + • Mrs. Robertson Heads WSCS Mrs, Jack Robertson was Installed ; president of the Wesley Memorial Methodist WSCS In n ceremony Wednesday afternoon al Ihe church. Group singing opener) the meeting Tfter which Mrs. J. R. Colcmnn led prayer. Mrs. W. n. YoiinL was In charge of he Insinuation services of the ten officers assuming their duties. Mrs. Deen Is Horioree At Layette Shower Mrs. Travis Dcen was honored last night with a layette shower at the home of. Mrs. B. R. Alley on Missouri Street. Twelve guests gathered to shower Mrs. Deen with miscellaneous gifts. A wicker floor basket filled with shaded hydrangea was placed in the entertaining room. The tables of the room were overlaid with lace cloths and centered with a bowl of verbenas. Cut, flowers arranged in crystal and pottery vases were placed throughout the homo. Games and contests were conducted and gifts presented Mrs. W. W. Austin and Mrs. Charles Graham. Gifts for the honoree were placed on a table overlaid with an imported lace cloth and centered with a large stork holding an infant. During the evening, the hostess served a dessert course with Iced drinks. Special guesls were Mrs. Q. H. While,'mother of the guest of honor, Mrs. Hcrsehel Deen, mother of Mr. Deen, and Mrs. George Hughes of Troy, Tcnn., grandmother of Mrs. Dcen. • 4 * Cominq Events Social Calendar J_ Friday Mrs. J. o. Huey hostess lo Lucky Rook Club. Ladles Bible Class of First Methodist Church meets at 3 p.m. at the home or Mrs. R. I. Bagley. Hus- tcssoss are Mrs. A. L. Hunter. Mrs. Paul Cooley, and Mrs. A. E. Huntley. Guests Attend Social Meeting Miss Bonnie Goff and Mrs. Jack Pruitt were guests lust ntRht, with 12 members of the Dorcas Sunday School Class of Cnlvnrv Unpllst Church, who met at the home nf Mrs. Jnmcs llambo for Ihe monthly business and social meeting. Mrs. t,. C. Rolllson, vlec-prrsldcnl. presided over the business session during which Mrs. Wllmn Altord was elected to serve as social chnlr- mnn. A devotional was presented by Mrs. Mnhle Lnnsford after which Mrs. Andrew Conley, class teacher, adjourned the business session with a prn yer. Mrs Rtimlx) direclcil Ihe game.t and activllies in the social hour following. Refreshments were served during the evening. At The Hospitals lllydicvHIe Ilnsnllal Dismissed: Virginia Hardesty, city lloiiiild Lewis Woodard, Horners- vllle. • Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Carlene Slalli, >gs , stcelc Barbara Jean Sweatt, City. Willie George Colcman, Armorcl. L. C. Maven. City. Mrs. Hnrry Snllon and baby. City. Mrs. diaries W. Afflick, Jr., Steelc. Mrs. limlrty Ijiyion. city PRESCRIPTIONS Kresh Slock Gimranleed [Jesl Price* Kirby Druq Stores Philippines Plan New Laws MANn,A—W»—Prestrtent. Qulrlno Ls studying a new "code of crimes" whfch. among other things, provides penalties for gossip The proposed code nlso classifies as crimes such various prncticcs RS discourtesy to the ngec! nnd cohabitation without mnrrlnge (now legally condoned). Under (he sub-head, "more rigid standards (or public office," the code provides heavy penalties for use o( abusive language by public offictals, dishonest accumulation of wealth, delays In carrying out the public business, and nepotism (the placing of relatives In public Jobs) The code forbids discrimination against women In wages, gross discourtesy and assignment of work beyond their strength to the weaker sex. A single act of artullcry, instead of proof of concubinage, will convict an erring husband. FRIDAY, JUNE 80, 1950 Bits of News Western In mis irrigated by Ibc U.S. Bureau of Reclamation produced more tban a half-billion dollars' worth ot crops a year from 1910 through J9W. The first wcMem Irrigation project built by the U.S. Bureau of Rc- clnmntlon vvn.s completed In 1900. Miss June Green of Jonesboro arrived today to spend several days as guesl of Miss Jean Declman and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R Dedinan. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pinion had as their houseguests for several days Mrs. Pinion's nephew, liorlce James and Mrs. James of Clarksdale, Miss., Mrs. Pliion's skiers, Mrs. If. j, James of Meehan Junction, Miss,] and Mrs, c. D. Love of Meredian, also her mother, Mrs. M. W. Williamson, of Meredian. Mrs. lave and Mrs. Williamson remained for several days visit, they will be motored to tliclr home by Mr. and Mrs. Pinion, who will remain lor the holiday weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Pinion arc former Meredian residents. Jimmy Johnson, son'of Mr. and Mrs, noy Johnson of Dyess, is spending ten Hays as guest of Kelly Lee and Mark Lynn Yount. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Conway left yesterday for Santa Monica, Calif., where Ihey will spend two months. Miss Frances Shouse left today for Lake village, where she will be the housegucst of Jo\m Lewis, his mother, Mrs. J. L. Lewis, and sister Miss Mary Lynn Lewis. Mrs. J. D. Iglcheart has gone to Memphis to be with her mother, Mrs. Hazel Shfnn, who will undergo surgery tomorrow at the Baptist Hospital. J. R. Lyons of New Albany, Miss., Is the houscguest of his daughter. Mrs. J. E. Halsell, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Fendlcr have returned from a ten day vacation In Atlanta, Ga., and Daytonna Beach, Pla. En route they were accompanied lo Gatlinberg, Tcnn., t>y their son, "Chip" Wright, who Is attending Le Contc Camp. Dr. and Mrs. W. P. Brewer-will leave tomorrow noon for Galconda. III., where they will spend the holiday weekend. They will return Thursday. Marvin Lee Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Smith, was returned to his home yesterday afternoon 'rorn Memphis Methodist Hospital, where he had undergone treatment for two weeks. His condition Is reported as satisfactory, Mrs. Smith, who had been hi Memphis with her •Jon, accompanied him home. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Johnson and daughter, Beth, returned last night from ii two weeks vacation to Niagara Palls. Philadelphia and Washington, D.O. <8 The Rev. and Mrs. H. Lynn Wade of Wilson were the.Thursday guests of the Rev. and Mrs. W. B. Yount and family. Mrs. E. R.Stewart and sons, Ronnie and Donnle, or Jonesboro, are the houseRuestx of Mrs.- Stewarl'r parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Halsell and family, Edna Whittle, has returned from Memphis where she visited relatives. . Mrs. Charles Penn Is visiting in lake Village as guest of her mother, Mrs. J. B. slmms. Mrs. Margaret-Marcum returned yesterday Irom Springfield, Ark., where she visited Mr. and Mrs. Will B. Price Ht their cattle ranch near Springfield. Miss Betty Long and Miss Kitty "Imifcett returned yesterday from Salllsaw. Okla., where they were guests of Miss Plunkett's brother Olan Plunkctt and family, for a week. Mrs. Robert G. McHaney and Mrs. ruriter Sims are spending today In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Erby Lcdbetlcr and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hl>r:is will leave tomorrow for East St. Louis, where they.will spend the holiday weekend with Mrs. Ledbctter's brother Bill Moore. Miss Marie Lucius of Hattii-sburg, Miss., formerly of Blythevillc Is the housegucst of her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. J. -D. Harper, and Joan Freeman. j Mrs. George Hughes of Troy, i Term., is the guest of her daughter, Mrs Q. H. White, and family. Mrs. Charles W. Atflick Jr., has been removed from Wals Hospital, where she had undergone treatment [or several days, to the home of Mr. nml Mrs. C. W. Afflick .r, on North 10th. Mrs. Shirley B. Dillon and children ol Dayton. O., are the guests of Mrs. Dillioti's parents, Mr. and j Mrs. Lee McAfurlry. Mr. Dillon visiting in Cookevllle, Tcnn., guest of his parents. Monday, July 3rd Anil Tuesday, July 4th Shop Early! &. SON S jf SH O E S U KINK SIIOKS * IIOSIKKY - -•*-•>-'-*•—' •^^^^^•^••••^•^WIIBL.I ^ .f» n^y^jpa "~" — , ..... '. 'i'-T Sheer Styles Go to the Altar WSriJ ^ • *'' Tor the summer hriiie, wedding gowns arc softly styled in sheer fabrics. Airy rayon marquisette gives delicate charm to the gown (left) which lias :i Full train. Slurred bands of marquisette with lace applique frame the shoulders and curve lo form a p.inier tfl>cl al fhn sides of Ihe skirl: Short, bouffant dress (center) which clears Hie floor by tight inches is made of tmliroidered Swiss organdy' over a rusllins taffeta slip. The embroidery borders the full skirt' and bands Ihe gathered fichu collar. A Ions train floats from the full, hooped skirt of (he formal organdy sown (right). Loose-petaltd flowers are embroidered on the SIIUE bodice. The U.S. Geological Survey says I Only two states Massachusetts" ccfronicaily controlled aerial pho- and Rhode Island, have been com- lUronViif .,.111 ».,n n ^ ti._ . . 1 . . . _ «k.ti* ll/ltl tography will speed the mapping of plelcly mapped by the US Gco" many inaccessible areas. ] olglcal Survey. FREEDOM FROM SUMMER COOKING! Ir Costs Less to Eat at the Razorback Than to Eat at Home! FOR YOUR COMFORT Bring the Family in for the Finest Food in Town, Served in the South's Best Dining Room. Half Canteloupe Ice Cold — Served Daily 25 Try Our Famous Baked Beans Served on Our Thursday Luncheon Chicken Pot Pie — A Razorback. Exclusive - Served every Tuesday Chicken Fried Frog Legs Served A La Carte Hot Home Made Rolls The Talks of the Town — Served Every Day Try Our Exclusive Recipe of Home Made French Dressing and Shrimp Cocktail Sauce Razorback Hiwciy 61 So. Blytheville Coyotes togged by the V. S. Fish and Wildlife Service have been picked up a few days later as lar as 115 miles away. A total of 131 varieties of trees is found in Great SmoTy Mountains National Park ill North Carolina and Tennessee. Box Office Opens 1:45 Continuous Showing Every Day Listen to KI.CN at 10:10 A.M. and 4 r.M. l^iily for Iloxjr anil Gem Program Announcements. Last Time Today SAMUEL GOLDWYN prcunlt DANA ANDREWS-SUSAN' HAYK'ARD "MY FOOLISH HKART" Paramount News If Selected Shorij Saturday Serial: Pony Express Selected Short Subject! Cont. Showing Sat. 12:30 to 11:311 SUNDAY S MONDAY DONALD O'CONNOR GALE STORM-WALTER BRENNAN VINCENT PRICE-EVE ARDEN Screenplay by HOWAflb DIMSDAIE • Direclrf by CHARIK UWONT - Prated by ROBERT ARfflUS ^ UNIVEBSAL-INTERNAnOHAI. PICTURE PARAMOUNT NEWS & SELECTED SHORTS Continuous Showing Sunday 1:15 to 11:00 GEM Box Office Opens 6M5 Show Starts 7:00 P.M. Last Time Today Selected Short Subjects Saturday SUN SMOKE SHROUDS fflff Undersea Kingdom Chap. 10 & Carlnon Conl. 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