The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 1, 1950 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, July 1, 1950
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PAGE TWO • Jane BwUetu Shelton, Society Editor f ' BLYTHEVILLB (AM.) COURIER KBWI Phone 4461 Miss Rodgers Is Wed To James H,'Wood. Miss Mary Frances Rodgers of Osceola, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. M. P. Rodgers) arid James H. Wood ol Osceola and Bell City, Mo., were married Friday night, June 23, In a ceremony performed at the Osceola Presbyterian Church. The Rev. L. T. Lawrence officiated at the exchange of vows. Mrs. R. P. Holt, Jr., attended her sister as matron of honor. She wore a navy, blue, handpalnlcd dotted swlss frock with white accessories. She pinned pink carnations at her shoulder. The bride was dressed in a street- length dress of navy blue nylon net poised-over laffeta. She wore white accessories. Her bridal flowers were white carnfltfons. David Gwnltncy of Osceola served the groom as best man. Following a short wedding trip, Mr, and Mrs. Wood are noiv at home In Osceola where Mrs. Wood Is connected with the Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. Mr. Wood Is associated with the Wilson Soya Conj at Wilson. v " Recent Bride Feted With Crystal Shower Mrs. Lewis Piltman, who wns before her recent marriage, Miss Helen Joan Arnold, was complimented recently with a crystal shower at the home of Miss Ann Glass. Miss Glass and Miss Letha Swain were hostesses to 17 guests for the bridal event. During the evening. Mrs. Pllt- man was showered with gifts from the group after which the hostesses BLOUSE OF, A YARD a salad plate with iced were served drinks ' A yellow dotted Swiss frock. wor n with harmonizing accessories, was «elect«d by the honoree for the occasion. ~ . Vases of summer flowers placed throughout the-home. • • •...••'•;, Jim England Honored At Board Meeting Jim England, chairman of the board ol Deacons of Calvary Baptist Church, was honored ; with a' surprise birthday party at a'meeting of the board !sst night. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lipford were host and hostess at their home to'22 board members and guests. • In th« «*!al hour, Mr. England was feted with the surprise party. Following an evening of games, the hostess served a salad plate with birthday cake. Ice cream and teed drinks. Red' and White Party Given for Mrs. Berry A red and white kitchen shower was given Thursday night at the Fletcher King home on Main Street In compliment lo'Mrs. ,11m Berry a recent bride. Misses Shirley King and • Betty Harber were . hostesses for the bridal event let in j the former Miss Carolyn Lintzenlch: •• The evening was spent In bridal games and contests with prizes of matched' place mats won by the guests later being presented to Mrs. Berry. The hostesses served punch and assbrted party foods .during the evening. • A white streetlength dress worn with harmonizing accessories was selected by the honoree. She pinned a gift corsage of Ester Reert daisies tied: in contrasting scarlet ribbons- • ;at her shoulder. Olfu from the group were showered upon the honoree during the evening. Mrs. Fannie Lintzenlch, mother of the bride, and Miss IWar- tha Ann Linlzenlch, sister of the guest of honor, were special guests By Sue Burnett Three lovely, simple t'o se blouses and each requires Just on yard of fabric in the smaller sizes Choose your favorite neckline—o why not make all three to wea with cotton skirts. Pattern No. 8547 is a sew-rll perforated pattern in sizes 12, H 16. 18 and 20. Size 14, i yard o 39-inch for each style. Per this pattern, send 25 cent in COINS, your name, address, slz desired, and the p'ATTERN HUM HER to Sue Burnett Courier News 530 South Wells Street, Chicago 7 111. . Don't miss the Spring and Sum mer FASHION. This latest Issue Ii colorful, informative,—a complcti pattern magazine. Fabric news, f»' shion tips, a wealth of smart frock to sew for summer are all Included 25 cents. Rook Club Meets; Mrs. Huey Hostess Mrs. J. O. Huey was hostess yesterday afternoon at her home to the Lucky Rook Club. . • High'score prize was won by Mrs W. • P. McCann, second high, Mrs Cecil Priest, and .rooko, Mrs. P., B Huey. At the conclusion of the games Mrs. Huey served.a dessert course. The room in w.hich the club .was seated at small tables was decorated with vases of gladioli. Rev. and Mrs. McGriehey' Entertained by Class The Rev. and Mrs. George Mci S ey W " e honore d guests last night at a weiner-marshmallow roast given at the Mississippi River by the Intermodule Sunday School Church"' Uke S ' reet Me ' h0<li5[ The Rev. and Mrs. AtcGIiehey recently arrived in Blytheville where the Rev. Mr. McGhehey will serve as pastor of the Lake Street church rhe evening's entertainment was made up of party games Mrs Cecil Lusk, class teacher Coming Events Social Calendar Monday Wesleynri Service aiiilrt of First Methodist Church meets at the home of Mrs. Roy I. Bngley at B p.m. BWC Circles Three and Four of Calvary Baptist Church has Royal Service Program at the church Circle Three in charge of program. WMU of First Baptist Church has business meeting at the church at 2:30 p.m. Luke Street WSCS meets at the church at 2:30 n.m. Tuesday FOURTH OF Jlil.Y Thursday M.S. John Mayes hostess to Armorel Home Demonstration Club. Octette Club meets with Mrs Marvin Nunn. Mrs. George Hubbard, Jr., entertains Kibitzer Club. Friday Young People's Training union Class of Calvary Baptist Church meets at the Park at 7:30 p.m for chicken fry. Lucky Rook Club plays with Mrs W. F. McCann. PRESCRIPTIONS Presh Slock Guaranteed Kest prices Kirby Drug Stores DO YOU OWN A HOME? HERE IS A SUMMER SPECIAL- 50 Arty ordinary house treated for termites- *K ob-«P L™? , l ° Opracli « «>' experiment on your taH^n. , \ H- d ' 2 yCHrs °t "Perigee. All our work cenfeH hv lh T\ t0 T W^"™- ««r work te licensed by the Arkansas State Plant Board. FREE INSPECTION & ESTIMATE-IF NEEDED SUPERIOR TERMITE CO. H, C. Rlankenshlp j^ j z e llcr ' Kentucky r> hont 2350 , ,? .>, Mrs ' w - D - 'Chamblin left this morning for ' University Hospital, Uttle Rock, where Or Chamblin will serve as an Instructor' from Oschner's Clinic, New Orleans to the Hospital. Dr. and Mrs. Chamblin had been visiting in Blytheville as guests of his parents Mr and Mrs. w. D. Chamblin. Mrs.' Chamblin, and their Infant daughter who Is with relatives in Ph'ila delphia, Pa., will Join Dr. charn- blln soon lo make their home in Little Dock. Bill Buntin of Nesbitt, MJss will arrive today to be the weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. George Hub- Mrs. E. B. Lloyd left last night for Rock Island, ill., t o visit relatives. Drs. Carl and Edna Nies : are spending the weekend In Memphis as guests of Dr. Mary Davis and her mother. Mr. and Mrs. E. Coats and son, Keith, are vacationing in Kansas City, Mo. Sara Prances Mann and Joy SATURDAY, JULY 1,19&0 OING PLACES / r»W Hunter; suzetle Jackson, all of YORK-(NEA)—The • . .—'wool dr«s» that goes • Places this spring may travel with • a matching coat or it may not • need a companion at all But I whichever way it journeys, it W i|[ I be distinguished by neat-as-a-pm I tailoring and crisp-textured tab- tries. I A blouse-lopped dress joins up jwith a three-quarter length coat llo make the ensemble at left de- Isignecl by Eisenberg. Navy wool • for coat and skirt is given crisp- Iness by bold window-pane plaid • silk in lining and blouse. Short •sleeves turn up lo show deep • plaid cuffs, I The tailored shirtwaist dress at * Inght is designed by Margi in Imcns wear flannel. Smoke pearl n I buttons stud the plunging neck- 2 lime of Ihc surplice bodice. The" |dropped shoulder line releases 1 dolman sleeves, caught at the I lull Luncheon Given For WMU Board At Berry Home Mrs. Kendall Berry was hostes. at her.home ycslerday to member will Brownsville, Tenn., will arrive tomorrow to visit in Blytheville. Sara Prances and Suzette will be the tiousegiiests of Mr. and Mr.s. Wagner Adams and family. Joy will be the guest of Mrs. E. M. Terry, Sr Linda Adams, daughter of Mr atid' Nfrs. Wagner Adpms, who has been visiting In Brownsville, with her grandmother, Mrs. v Do™ Lowcry,' of the board of the "WMU of'Yh relurn to Blytheville with the First Baptist Church for a luncheon P- | meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Moore and Co-hostesses with Mrs Berrv to laughter, Sandra, are-spending the the 17 guests were Mrs E P Hard lolldav wcoltpnH «t Tn b. «„,,_.,. i,,, Mrs. George Ingrum, Mrs. Tom Jackson, Mrs. C. E. Evans, Mrs Roy Head. Mrs. Ted King and Mrs Pearl Hires. Mrs. Marlon Williams opened the meeting with a prnjrr followed by the group's repeating the watchword. Mrs. Ted King.wns in charge of the business session, during H'hfch plans for the coming year's activities were discussed. Small tables were arranged he patio for the luncheon. Bach table was topped with a low bowl ol mixcn summer bio; Mrs. E. C. Brown. -015° Rev." Mr Brown pronounced the. benediction.' lollday weekend at Lake Norfolk. Mr., and Mrs. Brooks Grimme of Gainesville, Fla., announce the birthday of a son, June 30, in Ala- crnia Hospital, in Gainesville The Jaby, who Li their first child, has been named Brooks Gary. Mrs. irlmme Is the former Miss Martha Lou Taylor of Blytheville and MSJ.TI- ihls. : ••••.; Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Dyer and amily of Armorel will leave tomor- ow afternoon for a two weeks vacation in Kansas City, the smoky Mountains and North Carolina. Catherine Dyer, will remain for a wo months visit with friends In North Carolina, '., Mr. and Mrs. Prank seay anc hlldren, Tommy and Bienda, are pending the weekend on.Lake.Nor- irk. . .•.'".. ."•". ''' :'; ' '' Mrs. Cecil Lusk and daughter Jecilia Ann, will leave Monday for Kentucky' Lake where Ihey wil' fiend two weeks with Mrs. Lusk';. Ister, Mrs. Jewie Carson, ami lolher, Mrs, Violla Ross. Mr. Lusk ill motor them', to the Lake. Mrs. James Kill, Jr., left ycstcr- ay morning by ambulance for Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, where _„. Undergo treatment. Mr. and Mrs, R. P. Crofford, Jr., : Birmingham. Ala., announce the Irth of a daughter, Emily Suzanne, line 20. Mrs. Crofford is the former IIss Emily -Wlxson of Blytheville. Miss Martha Prances Stevens, of Ittle Rock, formerly of Blytheville, rrlved last night to spend the holl- ny weekend wllh her parents. Bobby McDonald of Helena, who attending the United States Mlll- ry Academy of West Point, Is the mseguest of Mr. nnd Mrs. Milton low. Mrs. Anna Ptntt of Forrest Park, ., mother of Sydney Plait, of Bly- cvllle, Dr. and Mrs. Edward Ross nd son of Oak Park, 111., and Mrs. Illiam Sutcher and daughter of llcago left Friday for their homes ter visiting here »s guests of Mr. id Mrs. Sydney Plait and family. Miss Pat McGregor left this af- rnoon for St. Petersburg, Fla., lo end two months with her sister, rs. E. C. Pippin. Mrs. Sydney Plntt nnd three chlld- - and Mrs. Plaits' mother, Mrs. Arlan of Rcdlands, Calif., will ave tomorrow for n months' visit Mentor-On-The-Lake, O. Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Modlnger id her mother, Mrs. Joseph Hodg- n, have as their guests for the liday weekend. Mrs. Modinger's stcrs. Mrs. August* Dufhllo and rs. Alvln Simon, and Mr. Simon, Eighteen Attend A W5CS Meeting sull^oT thT^^ th ™ \ . *»«xru mcmoaisl met last night at the home of Mrs. Dave Abbott for a lesson study Mrs. James Baughman, Mrs Hunler Bonner and Mrs. Harold Shumate were the group's guesUs. Lnler In the evening, Mrs Bonner became a WSCS member. Mrs. Elza Wheeler presented a devotional after which Mrs. Neta Bunch and Mrs. Denny Hammond led In the study lesson. - . Mrs. Gene McGuire led In the closing prayer 'followed by a social hour. Mrs. Abbott served . refreshments. Mrs. LInley E. Vowcll, wife of the new pnstor of the church, was a special guest. and her brother, Will Hodgson, and Mrs. Hodgson. The Visitors, who nil arc from New Orleans, La., arrived oday. Miss Louise Hopper and Miss Normn/West have returned from Memphis where they spent 10 days with Miss West's sister, Mrs. Richard Ulls. Mrs. John Lippltt and two dnugh- crs of Memphis, are the house- guests of Mrs. Lippltt's parents, Mr nnd Mrs. A. E. Huiitley. Contact Us For The Host In Wedding Pictures FAUGHT'S STUDIO New Glencoe Bldj. Phone 6011 POLIO MUUPOX MM* TITANUS II-*-- * SCMUT HEVHI MTHTHHtlA UUKIMIA tNcmuum $ 5,000 T- M0 / 000 [$S,00«-$ie,00« ON lACH MMIIR OF YOUI H»UtJ .only $10 a y*arl .or $4 insures one) p«rsonl ^* 11, kiTTm T ? **"*"'~*** j Ti»urf.ii.ii,-. DI^» -* m.jiii.-- >~« Uflf-fcm, _4 C***~-*.*.l.« M -T|«m.lll»H.«. Farmers Bank & Trust Co. INSURANCE DEPT. Phone 3121 1,000 Attend Cooking School Approximately 1,000 persons were on hand Tuesday afternoon »t the Woman's Club Building at the Fairgrounds for a Maytag cooking school under the direction of the Blythe- vilJe Pn pane Co. During the afternoon and evening sessions demonstrations of modern cookery were presetted by Miss Aim Petersrm, home economist of the Linda Marshall slaff. As Miss Peterson completed each dish it was placed on a lace draped d'ning table until-a complete meal demonstrating the art of cookery rmd been completed. Mrs. C. M. Abbott of Blytheville was winner of the dulch oven ens range presented during the sessions Prizes for the oldest lady and the youngest brlcie attending were nre- senled. ... ' Jim Sargent was supervisor'of the program and L. D. Horseman served as master of ceremonies. A. R Olsen directed the local arrangements for the event One of the largest, flat-topped lountalns in the wbrld'is ' M esa Verde in - southwestern Over 10,000 feet In elevation,' this 3-ncrc area is so level it can be rossed anywhere by automobile. RADIO AND TELEVION REPAIR Kaclory-l-rmined Mechanic* Any Make or Mode) Prompt Servic* Reasonable Prices Phone 2642 We Pick Up and Deliver Fred Collihan 110 So First St.. Klythrvillt HD Club Has Two New Members Mrs. Albert douse and Mrs. S. D McGee tiici as new members with the Promised Land Home Demonstration Club yesterday. Mrs. Hubert Mitchell and Mrs. Jim Fowler were hostesses at the Mitchell home u> the club and one guest, Mrs. Earl Sunmons. Mrs. Otis Jan-alt, pres'ilent. conducted the meeting and presented the devotional. ' Mrs. McGee led the group In prayer followed by the meeting adjournment with the group repeating the Club Collect. Refreshments were served by the nostesses In the social hour fol- owuig. Bouquets of mixed summer flowers decoraled the entertaining room PIANO TUNING and Radio Repair .: Done by Bonded Serviceman Every Job Guaranteed Everything in Music Supplies and Repairs fl MAKE RECORDS BROOKS MUSIC STORE Inn E. Main Phont 6*1] CHURCH of CHRIST Main af Highway 61 Daily Radio Program KLCN 12:15 (o 12:30 Weekly vSunctay 8:30 to 9:00 A.M. BIBLE CLASSES FOR ALL Sunday 9:50 H F SHARP Evangelist SERMONS: Jlorning: "A Plea For Christ" Evening: "Mistakes of Naaman" Where Christ and Christians Meet CHUP.CH of CHRIST Rent A Car... Drive It Yourself Fresh Crappi* Chicken Dinner Packag* Delivery Anywhen Simpson's Cafe STATE LINE Phones 4948 • 937 GLASS INSTALLED Satisfaction Guaranteed Blytheville Glass & Paint Co. Phone 67H> Average Husband Washout By Soap Opera Standards Radio totf opera*, women's nwz- arine fiction, »nd lending library love *tori»s give women *uch a false picture of how « man behaves to-ward the woman he , loves l|/.i i wonder there aren't more dlssatts fled wives than there »re ThU fictitious husband who Is held up us the aww*r to every wo- m" 1 L d IT >ms , '"^* :to 5 p* nd hlt life thinking In terau of his wife's happiness. He Is sensitive to her moods, sympathetic when she is trying bravely .to convince him that she doesn't need sympathy and that everything Ls really Just dandy, and he Is forever Inventing little surprises calculated to make his wife say, "Roger, you darling." The people who write the map operas and the short stories and romantic novels beamed directly at women must know .how wom.n wish then- men would treat them For women lap up the jtofies and sigh over the heroes who are so unlike [heir own husbands. Just Doesn't Happen In R«| Life But It's kind of a shame to make women believe that such husbands are to be had In this world. When Mamie's own Joe in real ife answers her need for a sympathetic ear by tuning In the ball game a little louder, or is too busy earning a living for her to be spend- ng his days thinking up little ways o surprise and please her, Mamie ought to know he's not an iiisrasi- Ive clod— he's jiist a typical husband. But if she takes her soap operas md magazine stories seriously . she s bound to wonder how s,he ever ell in love with such an unroman- ic, unfeeling, selfish lout. No man knows what unreason- ble competition he is up against mless he .Is acquainted with the lusbands his wife meets through adlo, the lending library, arid her •omen's magazines. * The number of milk cows in the i r .S. has tripled since is67. | ———• •—: : At The Hospitals BlylhtTllI. KotpfUl Dismissed: QeoVge Xenos, City Mrs. Dale Bourland and babr Manila •, Wall* RiMpiUl .. i • Dismissed: -..;"': Mrs. James Green, and baby, Steele '• Mrs. Wade Lee, city , Comden M. D. In Honored CAMDEN, Ark., July 1. -. R. B. Robins of Camden has been elected vice president of the American Medical Association. Robins and Dr. W. R. Brooksher of Fort Smith are attending th» AMA convention at San Francisco as delegates of the Arkansas Medical Society. Robins Is Arkansas' Democratio national committecman and a leader in opposition to socialized medicine. WE BUY , AND SELL USED & NEW FURNITURE PHONE 2112 re MR CONDITIOMD Lliten lo KLCN at lt:lt a.m. and 4:90 p.m. Daily for our pro- rram announcements. . Box Office Openi at 4 l:4S " Shb» ^art."»:00 > fci.^ J Saturday Serial: Pony Exprta Selected Short Subject; ConL Showing Sat 1Z:30 to l Sunday & Monday CURTAIN CALL •» CACTUS CREEK with DONALD O'CONNOR * GALE STORM Paramount New* A Selected Shorts Cent Showing San. 1:15 to 11:M GEM "AIR COOLED" Saturday 3UN SMOKE SHROUDS Serial: Undersea „„,,„„„ Chap, if-. •*':-' Cartoon ':-y- Cont. Showing Sat. K:39 to II-18 Sunday & Monday DOUBLE FEAT UKE SPDKZR JAMES TRACY-STEWART PLUS GIANT SMUGGLING IINC OUOCIDI Melr» Nem Cont ihawinr I:M l For Safe, Profitable Grain Storage Galvanized STHL GRAIN BINS Firc-tafe, wrathertight, rodtnt-graof. Permanent, long-lift contraction. 3 cvifrtnic.t uzv,: !+•,$'_ k..; It'zll'—22*0 ll'xl*'—327« b». Ord^- tutfer Galvaniz*d Grain Bins NOW from 0nc. Chrysler-Plpoufh nU/yCpC EXPERT SERVICE UTrntlU EXPERT REPAIR T. 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