The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 6, 1950 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 6, 1950
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PAGE FOUR BLITHEviLLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Jan« Shelton, Society Kciilor Phon« 4461 Breakfast Compliments Contract Club, Guests A breakfast at the E. R. Lanca shire home on Chlckasuwba Avcnu yesterday complimented members the Thursday Contract Club an one Ruest, Mrs. Malcolm Lawrenr of Fayetteville, houscgucst of Mr Hiram Wylie. Breakfast was served from th dining table, which was centcre with a low bowl of slimmer bios soms. Harmonizing bouquets wer set throughout (he cntcrlninln rooms. Immediately following breakfas the morning was spent In playin bridge, with Mrs. P. B. Joyner win ning high 'score and Mrs. O. W McCutchen, second high. * * * Two Guests Meet With Club Eight Mrs. Robert Grimes of Lexington S.C.. and Mrs. Gene Auten wen guests yesterday with members o Club Eight when Mrs. H. G. Part low was hostess at her home on Kentucky for the weekly bridge. Mixed slimmer flowers dccoratec the room in which the group wa: seated at small tables for the afternoon of bridge. Mrs. Grimes won high score am, Mrs. R. CrAllen second high in the bridge game. Mrs. Pnrtluw also presented Mrs Grimes with a gift. Refreshments v;ere served during the afternoon. • * • Hoppers' Entertain With Fish Fry Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hopper of the Promised Land Community celebrated the Fourth of July with R fish fry at their home Tuesday afternoon. ..Guests attending were Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Williams of llaytl, Mr and Mrs. Arvel Williams of Mnrs- ton, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Hopper of Blytheville, Mr. and Mrs. William Davidson of Blytheville and Mr. and Mrs. A. W. West and family. • • • Events Continue For Houseguests Mr. »nd Mrs. A. J. Moses have u their houseguests this week, Joseph and Reed wheby of Princeton, W. Va. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest M. George and Children, Renel and Jimi» Ann, or Memphis, are the houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. M. ..George. Mr. and Mrs. Qlen Kemper of cedar Rapids, la., and Mrs. Samuel S. Sallba and sons, Ronnie »nd Gilbert, of Los Angeles, Calif.. »re «lso guests of Mr. and Mrs. George. The late Mr. Sallba, who was a brother to Mrs. George, made his home with his family in Luxora. Visiting the Fred S, Saliba.V Is 6am Abdelnoiir of Los Angeles. While here the out of town guests ire being complimented with several affairs. Saturday night Mr. and Mrs. Fred Saliba entertained with a dinner party at their home. Mr. and Mrs .Moses were host and hostess for a buffet dinner parly I feting the group Monday evening.' An al fresco party was given" by I Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Saliba Tuesday night. Continuing the events was the dinner canasta party at the N. Koury home In Steele last night. Mr. and Mrs. Rene George will be host and. hostess with a steak! supper on the lawn of their home tonight in further compliment to tne guests. Mrs. Steadman Heads Guild Mrs. Fred Steadman was installed as president of the Wesleyan Service Guild of the First Methodist Church Monday evening In services bt ij at the Roy I. Has-ley home. Mrs. Hildred Bum-- ^inducted the ceremonies. Other officer. assuming duty were Mrs. B. F Scott vice-president; Miss Ooida Rinks' secretary; Mrs. Kemp Whlsenhunt treasurer; and Miss Mary Hublcr' promotional secretary. Immediately following the services, Mrs. W. L. Hortiei presided PIANO TUNING and Radio Repair Done by Bonded Serviceman Every Job Guaranleed Everything in Music Supplies and Repairs MAKE RECORDS BROOKS MUSIC STORE 07 r - Main Phone Mil Mrs. Jewel! Wise Mrs. Jordan Is Wed I'o John Jewell Wise Announcement was made today of the marriage of Mrs. Pay Jordan of Dlythcville to John Jewell Wise, nlso of Blytheville. The single ring ceremony was r rformed Jrly 3 at the home of he Rev. LInley B. Vowel], of the Ynrbro Methodist Church, R t 7 m. A Navy blue frock completed vith \vhite accessories was worn y the bride. She pinned scarlet arnations at her shoulder. Mr. and Mrs. Wise will be at lome in Blytheville, where the room Is connected with Oaincs larket. Bits of N€WS ver the refreshment table from •hlch punch nnd party foods were erved. Guests attending were Miss Rose- uiry Johnston, Mrs. M. c. Webb llss Sue Osment. Miss Alma Peters] trs. Elmer Ambrose, Miss Ellza- eth Moss. Mrs. Horner and Mrs o Qucllmalz. Mrs. Howell Brewer, of St. Louis and daughter, Mrs. Robert Hester of New York city, are the house- gueits of their daughter and sister, Mrs. Coleman Stevens and family Dr. Brewer will join his wife and daughter here this weekend. Gene Strickland underwent ai emergency appendectomy yest«r day aftrenoon at the Blytheville Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Gay have returned home after spending the holidays In Gecumseh, Okla. C. G. sclicerr was returned yesterday afternoon to his home from Memphis Baptist Hospital where he had been a patient for several weeks. His condition Is reported as inprovt'd. Miss Jeanine McCJee ipcnt the weekend In Memphis with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Scherer, as the guest of Mt-:s Nancy "tirewalt. Joy Shelton and Sophie Ann Bright returned today from Camp Mlramichee, Hardy, where they had pent two weks. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. ihclton motored to camp for them. Mrs. W. N. Godwin Is ill at her ionic at 201 N. 2!st. Mrs, Joe Tanner and brother, Walter Orrcll. and grandson, Larry Gene Ellis, have returned from Flint, Mich., where they spent ten days with Mrs. Tanner's daughter, Mrs. W. F. Hauer and Mr. Hailer and Mr. and Mrs. H. Sanders. They also visited Mrs. Tanner's son, Harvey Tanner. Edwin shuford arrived yesterday from Hickory. N. C., to visit as guest of Ills sister, Mrs. Harry A. Haines, and Mr. Hnines. Mr. ami Mrs. Robert Muery and children, and Mrs. Perry Sumners have returned to their homes in Hazel Park. Mich., after visiting in Blytheville, Steele and Rlpley with Hay s Summer Shoe Clearance Buy Now at Great Savings! $100 1 $198 1 $^98 GROUP NO. 1 ONE TABLE LADIES^PLAY SHOES and CHILDUKN'S WHITE JMIESS SLII'F'ERS. Really a special value. While they last... GROUP NO. 2 LADIES PLAY SHOES ; AND SANDALS by MELODY LANE. Large assortment .of whiles and colors to choose from. Special... GROUP NO. 3 LADIES PLAY SHOES AND SANDALS By STAK BRAND. We still have a good selection of styles and colors at I his extra special price . . . NO. 4 LADIES SUMMER DRESS AND I'LAY SHOES. Incl.ulerl in this group are our Trim Trod and Star Brand Dress Shoes and 1'olly Debs Play Shoes. Special. . . GROUP NO 5' MEN'S SUMMER SHOES. Two tone Ventilated Oxfords in our Hand and Randcrafl lines. Brown woven toe and perforated sly lea . . .Special. v Men's Star Brand Sandals 3.49 2 $^98 3 IJnd» »nd Martha Bean are spending two weelu In Trumann guwti of relatives. O«orge Berry, and Wood Berry accompanied by George Berry's son, George Wayne, returned yesterday to their homes ui Premiss MlK., »ft«r visiting here as guests of Mr. and Mr». Kendall Berry George Wayne had been spending several days here with Mr. and Mr Berry and son, Jerry. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Logan, MM. Otis Shepherd and John Logan left yesterday for New York City. The group accompanied Walter Logan, who had been spending two weeks here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Logan, to his home. En route home they will visit in Canada and Toledo. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bean are in Memphis where Mr. Bean Is undergoing observation at Campbell's Clinic. The Rev. W. J. Fitzhugh and David Elliott of Blytheville are attending a church School Conference at Camp Mitchell on Petite Jean Mountain, near Morriiton. They will return Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. LeRoy Huddleston and children, Martha and LeRoy, Jr., will leave In the morning (or Estes Park, Colo., where they will spend four weeks. Ronald and Butch stone of Clarkdale, Ark., are the honseguests of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Stone, ami aunt, Doris Stone. Ben K. Butler, III, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Butler, Jr., of Osceola, las returned home after spending !hc Fourth of July with his grandmother, Mrs. Carl Green. Mrs. W. L. Horner left today for Wheatley. Ark., to spend several :lays with her mother, Mrs. H. K Smith, and family. ' Mrs. John Flnley, Jr., of Mcm- ihls, and Mrs. Henry Turner of Campbellsville. Ky,, are the house- !Uest.s of Mrs. W. B. Tanner. Mrs Finlcy and Mrs. Turner left this afternoon for Memphis. Mrs. Malcolm Lawrence of Fayetteville is the housegucst of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Wylie and family Mrs. Frank Knight returned today to her home in Memphis after visiting in Blytheville as guest of herslsler, Mrs. Russell Phillips and amily. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Burks and .ons, Milton and Eugene, returned yesterday from Pascagoula, „„. where they spent several days with Mrs. Burks' sister, Mrs. A. J. Rogers and family. Mrs. Rogers accompanied the group to Blytheville for a visit. • Miss Lclu Beck of Blytheville and Memphis left this morning for Washington, D. C.. where she will vacation for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Morse have us their houscsnest Mr. Morse's sister, Mrs. Howcll Peel of Mem- Dan Atkins left Tuesday f or Siloam Springs to attend the Arkansas Baptist convenllon. En route he visited at Fayetteville as guest of his brother, Gregory Atkins and Mrs. Atkins. He will leave Siloam Springs for Blytlicville July 13. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Pafford returned last night from Camden and Big Sandy, Tenn., where they spent three days attending a family reunion. ' Bobble Lou Everett of Salem is the houseguest of her aunt. Mrs U D. Wade and family. Mrs. B. G. Shelton is spending this week in Crawfordville, Ark as guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hiley. Mrs. Tlicmas P. Carter of Houston, Tex., Is the houseguesl of her parents, Mr. and Mrs N W Kyle. Mr. and Mrs. Carter were called to Memphis last week din; to the sudden death of Mr. Carter's father. Gerald Carter Mr Carter returned to Houston following the funeral, Mrs. Carter came to Blytheville for several days visit before returning home. Condition of Mrs. O. c. Garner svho recently underwent surgery it Memphis Baptist Hospital, is , r c ported as satisfactory. Mrs. Andrew Murphy and dauch.' tor, Mary Jane, will leave Sunday for their home in Salem, N. c after spending three weeks here with Mrs. Murphy's mother, Mrs H. L. Hunter and sister, Mrs Louise Hill. Cpl. Benny -Johnson will le.ive tomorrow for the Marine B«M at Camp Pentileton. Oceanside Calif after spending three weeks here with his mother, Mrs. C E John son and family. THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1950 DRESS, PANTIES Kilauea volcano in Hawaii Is the legendary home of Pete, known In mtiny Pacific islands as the goddess of volcanoes. -^ 2-6 y;s An adorable little dress and pan- tie combination for tiny girls Slanted scallops make an exciting finish for skirt and top, and edge the e.isy to sew panties. Use a candy striped fabric going this way and that. Pattern No. 8615 Is a sew-rite perforated pattern for sizes 2,-3, 4, 5 and 6 years. Size 3, dress 1 3'4 yards of 35 or 30-inch; panties 518 yard. For this pattern, send 25" cents. In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to sue Burnett. Courier News, 530 South Wells Street, Chicago 7. III. Send 25 cents now for the Spring and Summer FASHION. 48 pages of new styles, fabric news, special features. Free pattern printed Inside the book. At The Hospitals Blytheville HokDltai Dismissed: Dora Lowry, city. Mrs. Roy Mattis, City. Joe Evrard, Citv. Walls Hospilal Dismissed: Mrs. D. W. Barber, Wilson. Thomas Robertson, Senath Mr. HIggins, Huffman. Coming Events Social Calendar Friday Young People's Training union Class of Calvary Baptist Church meets at the Park at 1:30 p.m. for chicken fry. Lucky nook Club plays with Mrs W F. McCnnn. Mrs. Victoria Gilbert and Mrs Pearl Hires hostesses to tlie Dorcas Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church at the church at 2:30 p.m. American farmers raised 17 per cent more chickens in 1949 than In ID48. 0/XtrWv///* Attorney Attends Study SMMMI John W. Caudill, Blythevffle tax attorney, left yesterday for New York where he will attend a Jour- week summer session of the Practicing Law Institute. The program afford! an opportunity for practicing attorneys to study under specialists In variout fields. / , Mr. Caudill will devote his M, there to the study of tax problems. Ife was accompanied to New York by his wife. Deaths Seal Art Secret HONG KONG (AP)—The British burled 25 valuable paintings when the Japanese seized Hong Kong early In the war—and the paintings may have to stay buried. Austin Coates, assistant colonial secretary, said three men burled the paintings in the grounds of the governor's residence. Only they knew where. All three men died. Eaoh believed .the other two would tell where the pictures were buried. A search of government riles has afforded no clues. Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Daily for oar program announcements. Bo.v Office Opens al 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 p.m. Thursday & Friday ? V (? M-C-M present* <y 9 t the romn ntic com«ly of the yeal! KNCERTOACf- JQAN.BENNET ' ^ Taiherof UieBride i Selected Short Subjects GEM "AIR COOLED" m Box Office Open «:45 Shew Staria 7:<» p.m. Thursday & Friday GREGORY PKK& Selected Short Subjects LUCKY FOOT SHOE SALE 1000 Pairs Ladies Shoes-Values to 8.95 u M R W CHILDREN'S DRESS AND PLAY SANDiLS ALL SIZES UP TO 3 W H 50 A $ E N T 0 N Sale Starts FRIDAY July? Air Conditioned for Your Comfort Sale Starts FRIDAY July 7

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