The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 29, 1950 · Page 2
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BLYTHEVrLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Jane Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Miss Lane Is Guest •With Lucky Rook Club Miss Ann Lane was guest yesterday with Hie Lucky Hook, when Mrs. W. F. McCann was hostess for the weekly meeting, Tall vases filled with multi-hued gladioli were set about the entertaining room and throughout the home. High score In the rook gnme went to Mrs. Freeman Huey, with Mrs. Cecil Priest winning second high. Miss Lane rookoed. After the game, Ice cream, cake and frosted drinks were served by Mrs. McCann. Triple Birthdays Are Observed With Parly YOKE INTEREST • The Uvin daughters of Mr. and [ Mrs. Clyde Lloyd, Mary Chiistinel and Martlm Ernestine, and son. j George Edward, all celcbraie lhe j same birthday. To mark (his un-1 usual occurnnce, Mr. ar.d Mrs. Lloytl . entertained with a party last night for a group of teen agers at the Fly-Inn. Mary Christine and Martha Krnestine observed their nth birthday, George Edward marked his 14th. The evening was spent informally, after which Mrs. Lloyd, as«,ted by Miss Frankle Lloyd, served party foods and iced drinks. Gifts from lhe group were presented the guests of honor. Methodist Youths Meet :For Weekly Play Night Eighteen metnbcrs and guests of the Methodist Youth Fellowship were entertained last night at the home of Sandra Long for the weekly play night. ' Folk games and fnfornial entcr- 'tainment made up the evening's activities after which the hostess, assisted by her mother, Mrs. Toby .jLpng, served punch and assarted • cookies. : Margie Franlz of Arkadelphia. ;hpuseguest of Mr. and Mr.s. C. L. Wylle, was an out of town guest, • * • .Mrs. Reed Marries :In Florida Nuptials Mrs. Pele Thomas of Blytheville, ;has received announcement .of the imarriage of her sister. Mrs. Lula .. Reed to Matt Hunt in Dundee. Fla. ,'. The ceremony was performed July l ' "Mr.' and L Mrs. -Hunt will be at 'home in Dundee. ' 'The World Health Organization's definition of health is "a state of complete physical, social and mental well-being, not just the absence ;of disease or Infirmity." Mr. and Mrs. Charley Lute.s nnrt son have returned from a vocation :rip In Chicago, Wichita, Kans., New Mexico and Fort Worth, Tex. They were accompanied by Mrs. Lutes' niece, Miss Vivian Bcacham, who left today for her home In Ohi:ago. Mrs. Kyle Phillips and children of Bloomington. Ill,, arc visiting here guests of Mrs. Phillips' parents. Mi-, and Mrs. Lee Cava.shere <,nd (laughter, Joyce. Mr. and Mr.s C.iv- n-sliere also have as their guest their other daughter, Mrs. William Allred and Mr. Allred of Alton. 111., who were accompanied here by Mr. and Mrs. Leon Thorp and children of East St. Louis. 111., who will visit Mrs. Thorp's parents. The Thorps will return to their home tomorrow afternoon, Alan Berry, who is attending U'.e summer session of Ole Mis?, Oxford, is the weekend guest of his parents, Mr. and Mr.s. Kendall Berry and brother, Jerry. By Sue Burnett Young and pretty all-occasion dress for teen-agers that Ls certain to please with its crisp white yoke to frame your face prettily and narrow belt that tics pertly in front. Pattern No. 8534 is a scw-ritc perforated pattern in sizes 11, 12. 13, 14. 16 and 18, Size 12. 3% yards of 39-inch; yoke, !i yard. for this pattern, send 25 cents, in COINS, youi name, address, size dc- sireu. and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Blytheville Courier News 530 South Wells Street Chicago 7. III. Don't miss the latest Issue of FASHION—just off the press] This Fill! and Winter catalog is planned to guide yon smoothly in sewing smart, wearable fall clothes. Free pattern printed inside the book. 25 cents. STATELY QUEEN - Doleen Bourgois, 20, of Ontario. Calif., will queen it over the city's famous All-Stales Picnic, Au- gu.M 12. Former rcsidems of every state in the Union corn- prise most of the 50.11(10 to 100,000 who annually Rock lo the picnic. They will dine at lhe "world's largest tnble," a mile- long slrelch o! Iswn-carpeled, tree-lined parkway. Queen Doleen was born in Pembin.i. N.D. ,-,8534 Lll 18 Coming Events Social Calendar Monday Mrs. James Rogers hostess to GEO Club. Lake Street Methodist WSCS meets at the church at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday TLE Club meets with Mrs. Otto Scrape. Mrs. James L. Brooks entertains Tri-Town Club. Wednesday Club Eight meets at the home ol Mrs. Jesse M. White. Thursday Mrs. Eugene Brown entertains Thursday Rook club. Ocelte Club plays bridge at the home of Mr.s. C. Modingcr. Friday Mr=. .]. O. Hucy hostess to Lucky Rook Club. Baptist GA Hears Program The Armorcl Baptist Intermediate GA met Thursday nlylit at the Churcn for a program meeting, "First Meeting Africa for ChrUt." Peggy Bourland opened the meeting \v!tli prayer after which Joyce White presented a devotional The program was presented by Geneva Chonschair, Peggy Bourland, Louise Garner and Alene Ray, after which a business : CM ion was neld. Marine Beard was elected by the ?roup to nil the position of secretary. The meeting of the eleven members was closed with prayer by i .lover: White. Bits of News SATURDAY, JULY "29, 1950 Maternity Clothes she wore before her new son was .born are still in actress Jane Greer's posi-prer- 1 Miss Virginia Bowen of Card\vcll, j nan «J wardrobe—after a few changes were made. The skirt at left was slimmed down by cuttinjr out lo, is the weekend guest of her JJ E t b ? w !S*/?J. 0i " {f br |5;* nd ^I?'"^** tl)e s^es. The boaty blue linen suit jacket it rifht was beltetf nrpnf.i; Mr nnrt Mr* M/».<'>i-ri «,*»»_ al Uie WWil W flVC H a blOUSttl Si" " * 1 " ' • " ' M parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bowen and sister. Evelyn. Mi.ss Bowen Is a member of the Cardwell faculty. Mrs. Russell H. Purr and ion, Oary are spending a month in 'Ashdown as guests of Mrs. Farr's parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Plercy. Mr. Farr motored them to Ashdowu and will return tomorrow. He will join them later for a visit. ' ' . silUouette currently seen in many the weekend guests of Dr. Lind- .quist's brother, Dr. T. Lindquist. Dr. Llndquisr, is past president of the Fort. Smith Junior Chamber of Commerce and was selected' outstanding citizen of Pert Smith for 1050. He is secretary of the Arkansas State Chiropractic Examiners. Shirley Ann Bailey left this Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips left [ morning for her home in Htiytl afl- for Memphis yesterday to visit with their daughter, Mrs, Vntice Alexander and Mr. Alexander who recently returned from a six weeks tour through England, France and Italy. While abroad Mr. and Mrs. Alexander spent two weeks a-s the quests of Mr. and jvirs. Jack Pulton of Memphis, at their summer home on the Reivera. Mr. and Mrs. Phillips were accompanied to Memphis by their grandson, Michael, who had been their guest while his parents were abroad. Mrs. Pearl Albritton of Paducah, Ky.. Ls the guest of her niece, Mrs. J. A. Leech for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Foy Etehicson and daughter, Ronnie Fay, are visiting in .Harrison as guests of Mr, and weeks visit here as guest of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mahon. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmle Edwards announce the birth of a daughter, Dolores Anne, yesterday at Walls Hospital. The baby is their third child. They have two sons. Mr. and Mrs. Qulncy Alexander Proposed Budget* of Expenditures Together with Tax Levy for Fiscal Year Beginning July l. 1951, to and including June 30, 1952, for Dell School District No. 23, of Mississippi County, Arkansas. The Board of Directors qt said school dntrict, in compliance with the requirements of Amendment Mo. 40 to the Constitution ol the State of Arkansas, adopted November 2. 1948, has prepared, approved, and hereby makes public the proposed budget of school expenditures for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1951, to and including June 30, 19ri2, together with the lax rate, Mrs. J. W. Shinn and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Hughes, Mr.s. W. B. Tanner^and Mrs. Margaret Bell left yesterday for Fort Worth, Tex., where they will visit with Miss Nnncy Hughes. Miss'Hughes Is connected with the Aluminum Company of America. Mrs. R. M. Chandler and daughter, Joan, of Hugo, Colo., are the gwsts of Mrs. Chandler's sister, Mrs. Nora Spradtey. Mr. and Mrs, Fred Sandcfur and son, Robert, of Norman, Okln., are t he -^h on s eg n es ts of M r. and M rs. HeVman Ilcsharsc. -Mivnud Mrs. Louis Salmons have returned to their home in Detroit after a three weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. Y. A. Bailey and Mrs. Annabell Brown. Anna Lee Barhani of Memphis. daughter of Bruce Barham of Memphis, formerly of Blytheville. underwent n major operation Tuesday 'morning at Baptist Hospital. Her condition Is satisfactory. Mrs, Don Chamblin Is spending several days In Little Rock. Mrs, Rosa Hull of Parma, Mo. ' Is the guest of her son. Ray Hall . and family and brother. Judge George Bnrhum and Mrs. Barham Mrs. Hal! is postmistress at Parma Mr. and Mrs. Bnrney Coznrt and Mr. find Mrs. Chnrlie Coznrt have returned from a two weeks' vacation in Miami. Fla. En route home they nlfio visited points of interest along the coast line. Mr and Mrs. Gus Phillbs of Pas ndcna, C-»ltf.. announce the hirth of , a son. Wednesday morning In i- I Pasadena Hospital. He Is their firs' j child. Mrs. Philh'os. whn is a nioc* | nf Mrs. George Bnrham, is a Ely- 1 f'^vllle visitor. Mr and Mrs. Worth Holder and children will leave tomorrow for Richmond. Ky.. where they will visi f as guests of Mr. Holder's parenli 1 the Rev. and Mr.s. Charles B Holder Dr. nmi Mrs. KT! Lindquist aiu' son. Karl James, of Fort Smith, are hnve as their weekend guests Mt'3. ° lO '^ s A. J. Ellis and son, David Alton ot f^., Control Murtrcesboro. Twin. Instruction Operation of School Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bickerslafl of Building the University of Arkansas, Pay- Maintenance of School etteville. are spending the weekend P ] ant and Equipment. . . in Dlytheville. Mr. Bickerstaff,: who Auxiliary Agencies is attending the University, . Is a dncludhi" formerBlylheviUeresident. | transportation) 7300 Glin .Harrison will spend Sunday ! Fixed Charges 1GOO in Dexter, Mo., with Ins son Glin Harrison, Jr., and family. Mrs. Charles /Haynes-; returiied last night from Kennctt where slic had silent several days with- erecting and equipping elementary school and gymnasium. This 15 mill tux will constitute a continuing annual levy until the principal and interest of the proposed bonds are paid in full, with the provision tliat the surplus revenues from the building fund miilage may be used for other school purposes. GIVEN this n day of July. 1950. Dell School District 23 of Mississippi County, Arkansas By w. H. Griffin, President and R. B. Crawford, Secretary' 7122-29 -B>5 Marriage Licenses Blytherilfe Ho*ptUi Dismissed: Mrs. Ed Davis, City. Ralph Barber, Steele. Walls HMpiUI Dismissed: Judy Trimble, City. Mrs. E. P. Shelton, City, Mrs. Howard Franklin and baby Snowflake. Solon Discouraged In Thrift Campaign WASHINGTON, July 29 (fl>j — Senator Douglas (D-Ill) said yesterday he is "damn discouraged" at results so far in his 'campaign to cut down on non-defense spending, but will keep trying. The Senate handed Douglas and some other economy advocates a .sharp setback yesterday in refusing to reduce appropriations for river, harbor and flood control projects. "When you start a fight you have got to finish it," -said the World War II marine officer. Stock to Get Windows TOLEDO, O. (AP)—cows, chickens and pigs soon will be gazing out of big picture-windows Just, like city loiks do, If farmers take the advice of agricutlural engineers They may not enjoy the view »ny more than if they were peering through small, dirty panes, but the animals will be healthier, according DO YOUR FEET BURN? In the: summertime many people. who are on their feet quite a few hours during the day, suffer with the soles of their feet burning and their arches hurting, and, if they have corns, Oh, My! Try a good rubbing with Bob's Gypsy Rub Liniment. You will be amazed at the relief you will get. At all drug stores. Capital Outlay . .. 958-1 Debt Service . \ 12800 .To provide for the foregoing proposed budget of expenditures, the Board of Directors propose a tax father, Bill Samples, who was quite j levy of 29 mills, divided as follows: ill. Mr. Samples is reported is im- nroved. Donald and Raymond Holmes !e!t 15 mills Ls a continuing tax voted for bonds now outstanding which _—,iun through 1952. 14 mills is for today for their home' in Memphis I the operation of the schols. and 15 after spending the week here as the i mills beginning with taxes collsct- gue.sts of Billy Shelton and his j ed in 1952, will be a tax for a proposed bond issue of $68.000, which \vili run for approximately 15 years, • grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. -B, S. Shelton. Mrs. Ed Davis was removed to the C. A. Richards home on Clearlake Road from Blytheville Hospital, this morning. Mrs. Davis had NOTICE Hy this announcement we wish to inform you that our offices will be closed from iMondiiy, July 31 to Thursday, August 10, inclusively. Dr. J. E. Beasley to be issued for the purpose of been a patient there for eight weeks foltovvimj an automobile accident. CHURCH of CHRIST Main at Highway 61 Daily Radio Program • KLCN 12:15 (o 12:30 Weekly Sunday 8:30 (o 9:00 A.M. BIBLE CLASSES FOR ALL Sunday 9:50 Hopkin's LAHDRY-ALL 414 EAST SYCAMORE Pickup & Delivery Service DO YOU OWN A HOME? HERE IS A SUMMER SPECIAL: Any ordinary hous* «P ^^ || treated for termites - ^J \J We don't. have to practice or experiment on your job—we have had 12 years of experitnce All our work is done according to regulations, our work is licensed by the Arkansas State Plant Board. FREE INSPECTION & ESTIMATE—IF NEEDED SUPERIOR TERMITE CO. 53a N. 6th. H. C. Blankenship. Call 6086 1'hone 2350 . . L. J. Zeller Call 3579 SERMONS Morning: "Hell, Its Cost." Evening: "Heaven, Hs Beauties." Wh«r« Christ and Christians Meet : CHURCH of CHRIST A WHITER AND BRIGHTER WASH Enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner in airconditioned comfort at the brand new Blylheville Molor Griil Really GOOD Food . . . pre pared the way you like it. Open Day & Night Except Sunday Blytheville Motor Grill Enjoy delicious live Mrs. Marie Meaharg, Mgr. Just North of Hlylhevillc Molor Co. on llroarlwav Maine Lobster Try (his special (real when you dine out . . . whole lobster as it's enjoyed in flic Kasl. Served \vi(h jug of bufler, combination snlad or cole slaw, frcnch fries, hot rolls and choice of diinks. For Expert Laundry Dry Cleaning — Call 2.50 and 4.00 The RUSTIC NU-WA > Everett Eakln, Libbey-Oweru. ord Glass" Company director of inn research. Studies on experi- lental farms during the last year how livestock fares better In build, igs that have windowi big enough • admit germ-killing sunshine. REPLACEMENT CRANKSHAFTS! • When having your truck's engine reconditioned by our expert mechanics, have them install an International fac- tory.rebuilt crankshaft New unit warranty! DELTA Implements, Inc. '512 South 2nd. Street INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS isten u KLCN >( 10:1« a.m. and »:(H) p.m. Dallj for our pro- Kram announcements. Box Office Open, at 1:45 Show Starts 2:0fl p.m. Continuous Bhowini Everrda; Saturday The 4HK>rde Selected Shorts ; :l ' Cont. Showlinr" ;S»t. 1Z:30-11:38 I Sunday & Monday 'Singing Guns' Vaughn Monroe & Ella Raines ' Selected Short Subjects Cont. Showing Sun. 1:15-11:00 GEM "AIR COOLED" Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Saturday AlUN ROCKY LINE Serial: Invisible .Monster No. 2 and Short Cant. Showing Sat. 12:30-1 l:3i Sunday & Monday —DOUBLE FEATURE— —PLUS— ' METRO NhWS Cont. Showing Sun. l:."0-ll:»

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