The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 3, 1950 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY,'JULY 3, 1950 Mew* Jane Sheiton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Informal Party Given By PEO Chapter "N" Chapter "N" of the PEO Sister hood entertained Friday morning from 10 to 12 at the Chester Cald well home on Holly with an in formal drop-in. Special guests were PEO member from Jonesboro, Osccola, LeachvilL 'and Ch'apter "D" of nlythevllle. Mrs Farmer England, of Cambridge Mass., hbuseguest of Mr. and Mrs E. L. Jones, Mrs. A. B. Falrfielc of Little Rock, guest of Mrs. W." I nenton, and Mrs. L. P. Mann of yarion, houseguest of Mr. and Mis B. A. Lynch, were among the guests Mrs. Caldwcll mid Mrs. L. B. Old chapter president, ushered tin guests into the entertaining room: which were bedecked with gladioli snapdragons and colorful daisies. A silver epergne from whicl arose clusters of Shasta daisies centered the refreshment table wher< party foods were served. Mrs, Alvir Huffman. Jr.. and Mrs. Rilcsy Jone; presided at the table. Approximately 50 guests called. Neil Modinger Observes Birthday With Lawn Party Nell Modinger. son of Mr. an<i Mrs. C. Modinger, Jr., celebrated his fourth birthday yesterday afternoon at the home of hLs parents with a party for 20 little KUusts. Lawn games made up the afternoon's entertainment. Refreshments of individual cakes, on which was written in gaily colored icing each guests name, ice cream and Iced drinks were served from the refreshment table arranged on the spacious lawn. Each guest was presented a favor. Gifts from the guests were presented Nell. Out of town guests attended from Hayti, Driver, and New Orleans. • * • Teen Agers Attend Party at Boswell Home Twenty members of the teen age set were entertained yesterday afternoon with a party at the Tom Boswell home celebrating the !4th birthday of Helen Jean Bidwell. The afternoon was spent in lawn games after which gifts were pre- eented the guest of honor. Birthday cake, ice cream and iced drinks were served from the lace draped dining table, which was topped with a large birthday cnke. A low bowl filled with mixed flowers centered the table. Harmonizing bouquets were placed throughout th« home, >- Pliny, the Roman scholar, noted In A.D. 50 that early residents of the Netherlands protected their homes from the sea with crude mounds. PRETTY LINES 8398 36-52 By Sue Burnett Here's a graceful, well designed afternoon frock tor the more mature figure. The waist is nicely detailed, narrow ruffling or lace "edges t!ie flattering neckline. Pattern .No. 8398 comes in sizes 36, 38, 40. «, 46. 4fl. 50 and 52 Sire 38. cnp sleeve. 458 yards of 35 or 89-Inch. !-\>r this pattern, send 25 ceut.s, in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUM. HER to Rue Burnett, Courier News 530 South Wells Street, Chicago r Send 25 cents now for the Spriim and Summer. FASHION, 48 paces ol new styles, fabric news, special i fa . turcs. Free pattern printed insid. the book. . . . ™'^I.wt rc amanrily in ipri «nl whrnlhr > >>«l r pimp!«i fcftd btitkht *{. h ^ .|j w p™, rr ,, i."" """""-""'IV l>t»l« Kl-S.""a *y UK .0 lonerr tKibiiTanvnl ° TOW h»rpv wUh thrir clur OMLY il«vi Uw fcl~ni. If onr ip- Mrs. Kussrll Mason Miss Overtoil Is Wed To Russell Mason Miss Ruth Overtoil, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ott McGill of Elythc- ville, became the bride of Ru.-scll Mason, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvan Mason, of Kank'akee, III., in a ceremony performed Saturday morning at Osceola. Announcement of the exchange of vows was made today by the bride's parents. Justice of the cPacc Hob Gt^cn, officiated at the single rnlg ceremony. Miss Lois Ovcrton of Blytheville served as the couple's only attendant. Miss Overtoil was dressed in a gown of green worn with harmonizing accessories, , A navy blue sheer frock m« selected by the bride. Her dress, worn with white accessories, was completed with tiny rhinestone buttons. Mr. and Mrs. Mason left this afternoon for Kankakee to make their home. Mrs. Mason attended Blytheville schools. The groom attended Ashkum, III High School, and is a veteran of the Navy, He is now employed In Kankakee. Auxiliary Meet Is Cancelled Due to the celebration of the Fourth of July, the bi-monthly meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary, scheduled for tomorrow night at the Legion Hut. will not be held, it WHS announced today. Auxiliary members will be notified of the next meeting date. At The Hospitals nljllicvlllc Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Daisy Rushing. Cooler. Mrs. W. R. Hall, City. Mrs. Edward Ecidlngs, City. Mrs. Paul Jobc. City. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Berb Trimble. City. Mrs. Tolcr Buchanan, and baby, :lty. ' Mrs. McDermott, Dell. Coming Events Social Calendar Monday Wesleyan Service Guild of First Methodist Church meets at the home of Mrs. Roy T. Baglcy at R p.m. BWC Circles Three and Four of Calvary Baptist Church, has Royal Service Prosram at (he church Circle Three in chnrge of program. WMU of First Baptist Church lias Business meeting at the church at 2:30 p.m. Lake Street \VSCS meets at the church at 2:30 n.m. Tuesday FOIJFITH OF ,11'I.Y ' Thursday M.S. John Mayes hostess to Ar- oiorel Home Demonstration Club. Octette Club meets with Mrs Marvin Nunn. Mrs. George Hubbard. Jr.. entertains KibiUcr Club. Friday Young People's Training Union Class of Calvary Baptist Church meets at the P;irk at 7:30 p.m. tor chicken fry. Lucky nook Club |>lny.s with Mrs W F McCltnn. .. .. Mrs. James Birchett .. .. Mernanclo Ceremony Unites Osccoleans Announcement of the marriage of Miss Mildred Handley, daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Jim Simpson, of Osccola, to James Brichetl, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brichelt. also of Osceola. was made today by the bride's parent,-;. "The Rev. W. S. McAlilly, Methodist minister of Henmndo. Miss., officiated at the single ring ceremony yesterday afternoon at 4:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. J. w. Simpson of Blytheville attended the couple. Mrs. Simpson was dressed in an afternoon gown fashioned of yellow linen, with which she wore beige snnkeskin accessories. A blue chambray frock completed with white accessories was selected by the bride. Mr. and Mrs, Brlcllctt will be at home In Detroit. Mich. * WE, THt WOMEN HI HUTU MI1.1.ETI UK* SUB Wrllw Ruth MHTeU How to turn m family vacation Into hard work: Be too ambitious about the distance you plan to travel each day. It's the last 50 nilles of a too-long driving, day tliat'start the'children fighting and make Mom and Pop wonder if a vacation b really worth the effort. Plan the kind of vacation that keeps Mom us busy cooking and looking after her family ns she is at home. If the family is going to "rough it" then the chores should be divided up so that Mama' gets as much-irest as everybody else. Let -one member of the family run the whole show, Instead of let- ling everybody have a say-so in the Illan-making. Take your troubles with you. If you aren't going to leave your cares and worries at hime, there's no need to get away from home. Go Kasy on the Biidprl You can also take the fun out of a vacation If you: Spend more than you can afford to. That will keep the man of the family worrying about money Instead of cnjoytns; his vacation. Take an alarm clock along, so that you can be sure to make an early start every morning while you are traveling. Stick by a set routine, doing everything according to schedule. Just as you would at home. Feel you've got. to do and see everything everybody tells you that you simply must not miss. Measure your comforts by the comforts you have at home and complain if they fall short. Take so many possessions with you that packing and unpacking Ix a nightmare. Marriage Licenses The following couples obtained marriage licenses Saturday fmm the office of Miss Elizabeth Blythe, county clerk: Thomas Johnson and Miss Lovle Hodge, both of Blytheville. George C. Lcdforrt and Miss Donna M. Hucfcins. bolh of St. Louis. James E, Bush and Miss Joyce Lee Ilicks, both ol Huffman. Bits of News Mrs. Tom Boswell and daughter. Marchita, have returned from Baton Rouge. La., where they spent a week with relatives. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Boswell's brother, Floyd Scott and Mrs. Scott. Marilyn Shlvisy of Memphis, formerly of Blytheville. returned .to her home Saturday night after spending two days here with Carol Ann Holt. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mahon and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hodge spent the weekend at Camp Kilo Vista near Pocahontas. Mr. and Mrs. Mahon attended the camp as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hodge. Miss Virginia Bowen left this morning for Cardwell, Mo., after spending the weekend here as guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bowen and sister, Evelyn. Miss Bowen ts a member of the Cardwell high school faculty. Miss Carmen Cary Is spending this week in Wilson as guest of Miss Polly Deer. John McLatn. Jr., of Newport, arrived this afternoon to be the houseguest of Buford Young and bis parents, Mr. and Mrs, Buford Young. Mr. Mcldln and Mr. Young are former classmates at Southwestern. Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. John Story and children, spent Sunday in Cape Girardeau with relatives. Miss Millie Chambers arrived Saturday night from Harding College, Searcy. to spend the holiday weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. c. Shearln and sister, Kay. Mr. and Mrs. J. Nick Thomas of Stuart, Fla., me the housegucsts of Mrs. C. F. Blakeinore. Mr. and Mrs. Thomn.s are en route to Hopktnsville, Ky., to make their home. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Boswell motored to Memphis Friday for their daughter. Helen Jean, who had been spending a month there with her sister Mrs. Presley Bates and Mr. Bates. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Little are spending a month in Nye. Mont. Mr. and 'Mrs. H. O. Campbell have returned from Hot Springs where (hey have spent six months. Mr. and Mrs. Campbell are now at home at 907 Hollison. Miss Jean Dedman and her honseguest. Miss June Green, of Jonesboro, will spend the Fourth of July in Memphis with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mister and children, have returned from a two weeks visit in Pocomoke City, Md., as guest nf Mr. Mister's mother. Mrs. Edwin Ellis and other relatives. En route nome they visited in Washington, D. C. , Daniel Huffman Caldwell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Caldwell. of Blytheville, has enrolled In the first semester.AOt 'Qiilce^yaiYersltyis summer .se.ssfcm^t-Q&rnBJ^}H.;C:-tr Glenda Lee pqek*>.< cian'gliteV "of ; Mr. and Mrs. G. O.. Poeta; is spend* ing five weeks at Gulfpark Camp, pulfport. Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bean and family hnd as their Sunday guests Mr, and Mrs. Louis Smothennon and family of Trinnann. Judy Smo- thcrmon remained to spend a week with Mr. and Mrs. Bean and family. Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Buhner and son. Tommy and Paul Spike of Detroit. Mich., left this afternoon for their homes after being the weekend guests of Mrs. Bulmer's and Mr. Spike's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. Byrd am! family. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Russell of St. Louis were the weekend guests of Mrs. Russell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sterling French and family. Mrs. J. D. McDowell and son. John McDowell and family, have as their guest. M;Sgt. Ralph N. Farrar, public information specialist; from the Newfoundland base command, with headquarters at Pepprell. AFB, St. John. 1st Lt. William V. Harrison, son of Judge and Mrs. Zal B. Harrison, has arrived at the Army Medical Center Washington, D. c.. for one year Internship. Lt. Harrison received his medical degree at Hendrix College, He will have four months in obstetrics and gyn- ccology, and two months In the field of medicine he prefers at the Center's Walter Reed General Hospital. Cpl. James *L Presnell has brcn assigned to the 3802nd Supply Squadron In ihc capacity as clerk. Presnell entered the service in 1918 when he enlisted In the Air Force. He returned from the Far East Air Force early this year, aflrr spending 19 -nonths on Guam. Pvt. James D. Johnson, son of John David Johnson, has repotted to Lackland Air Force Base in San /.titonio to begin the Air Force basic airmen Indoctrination course. Kchvin Stubblcficld of Memphis will arrive tonight to be the ijiir.M of Miss Millie Chambers and her THE BRUSH-OFF—The news from Korea sent thousands of ex-GI's to their wardrobes to dust off the old uniforms and try them for size. Here, former seaman Xenon Niemexura, left, and former Sgl. Rudolph Sijjmuml, of Cleveland, O., discuss the war situation as it relates lo Nicmczura's old Navy "blues." The sign says: "It's your turn this time. Wear this and get all the GI benefits." parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. c. Shearin and daughter, Kay. Jimmy White of Fort Smith arrived Friday to spend the holiday weekend with Charles Crigger, III. Mr. White and Mr. Crigger are class mates at the University of Arkansas. Fayetteville. Mrs. L. P. Mann has returned to her home in Marion after visiting here as guest of Mr, and Mrs. B. A. Lynch. .Mrs. Atherton A. Farrow and daughter, Mary Ann, and Danny Farrow, son of M'Sgt. Ralph Farrow of Ellsno. Calif., are the house- gue.sts of relatives in Blytheville. Mrs. A. B. Fairficld of Little Rock, is the holiday guest of her mother, Mrs. W. I. Denton. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Boone and children, Billy and Dorothy, will spend the Fourth of July in Murray, Ky., as guests of Mrs. Boone's mother, Mrs. A. G. Morris. Mrs. Nora Spradley. Mr. and Mrs. Foy Etchieson and daughter, Ronnie, Mrs. Herman Walpolc and W. A. Carter will spend tomorrow'In Whitewater. Mo. Mr. and Mrs. William Diffee of Little Rock were the weekend guests of Mrs. Diffec's parents, Mr and Mrs. W. E. Wade. Miss Christine Bryeans and Mrs. Anita Edwards and son. Harvey, all of Detroit. Mich., arrived Saturday, for a weeks' visit with Mr. and Mrs. James Nierstheimer and Mrs. Inez Gentry. Mrs. Gentry and the Detroit guests will spend tomorrow with Mrs. Molly Abbott and Mrs. Glenn Harrison. Jr., In Dexter. Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Dana Gipson of St. Louis are the hxuiscRiiests of Mrs. Gipson's sister. Mrs. .C. W. Alford. Mr. and Mrs. Glpsnn and Mr. ami Mrs. Alford will leave Wednesday for a two weeks vacation in Ten- nessee and North Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. Harry KIrby have as their houseguests Miss Sara Manning and Miss Jcnnnie Wllbourn of Pqragould. Mrs. Kirby motored to Paragould yesterday afternoon to accompany her guests to Blytheville. George Shamlin, formerly Mississippi County sanitarian, now of ForL Smith, has returned from Mayo's Clinic, where he was diagnosed as a lukemia victim. Mr. Shauilin's address is County Health Unit, Fort Smith. YOUR FRIENDLY MAGNOLIA DEALER Shirley Hipp Office Phone .....4091 Residence Phone 740 Blytheville Rent A Car... Drive- It Yourself Fresh Crappie Chicken Dinner I'acknge Delivery Any when Simpson's Cafe STATE LINE Phones 4948 - 937 BARGAIN DAY! EVERY WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON DURING JULY AND AUGUST Blytheville's two leading shoe stores will offer special values for Wednesday Afternoon Only. Displayed on Tables and Racks FAMILY SHOE STORE 312 \V. Main Phone 2iM2 WH1H 6A. SON S SHOES Good vShoes & Hosiery i Listen to KLCN at 10:10 *.n. and 4:00 p.m. Dally for nur program announcement. Box Office Opens nt 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 p.m. Continuous Showing Last Times Today Curtain Call at Cactus Creek with no.NAI.f) O'CONNOH GAI.K STORM Paramount News A- Shorts Tuesday Only M-G-M's DARING. 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