The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 28, 1949 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 28, 1949
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MOKDAY, FEBRUARY J», 1949 BLYTHEVn.LE 'ARK.) COUTUKK NEWS PAGE rrvt Amelia Saiiba, Society Editor 1'hune 4101 iiusicians Entertained T.t Several Events I'James Pease, bass baritone of ;w York and his accompanist, Os• Eieremann were the overnight sis Friday of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. i''f licit They also visited with I lends here over the weekend and • guests of honor at several in- I resting events. I'Mr. pease was stationed at the 1 lytheville Air Base and appeared •fore several groups here. He mnde I is debut with the Philadelphia I pcra Company In 1S41 and will •esent the final concert In Jones- |->ro tonight for the Community I oncert Association. I Mrs. J. Wilson Henry entcruln- I1 Saturday with a 1 o'clock limch- l-m at her home, 2310 Margaret Ihe was assisted by her mother I Irs. A. C. Haley. 1 The dining lable was covered ith a handmade cloth of lace am Uitered with an arrangement o I prlng tlo'Aers and greenery In i 1.-ystal bowl. Bouquets of othe I owers were used to decorate th I ? Guests Included Mr. and Mrs. V II. Pease and Mr. ,and Mrs. L. E I ild 1 Mrs. John W. Caudill was hos |« at » drop-in at her home 10! Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Rivers of Eli, Tex., arrived yesterday to spend o weeks here as gucbts of their lighter. Mrs. John W. Caudill nuct Caudtll. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Miller and n. Randy of Tacoma, Wash., spent I vcral days here with his brother, lair Miller and Mrs. Miller and amlly. They will spend several days n Hot Springs with relatives before eturning home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Flccman re- urned from Hot Springs where they pent a months vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Ram of Newport were the weekend guests of his brother, Marvin Razer and drs. Razer, nnd Mr. and Mrs. N. J rlumphrey. Mr. and Mrs. Humphrcj ilso had as Ihclr weekend Bursts. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Massey of Ncl- lieton. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Haley and Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Helm attended the I Mrs. Stecle Is Honored By Mrs. J. D. McDowell Mrs. J. D. McDowell enlcrlalmfl at her home Friday with an In- lorimil nllcrnoon party honoring Mrs. C. W. Stcelc, who led Salur day will) Mr. Sieelc lor Cleveland fcnn.. where they plan to ma'i their home. Fifteen guests attends the aityir. The home was decorated with at tractive airnngeinenl-s of sprin llowers in pastel shades, Mrs, Sttele was presented a RI !rom her hostess, after which 11 served refreshments of crt couise. \!. Holly honoring Mr. Pease an Ifr. Eieremann. Guests called u |*een the hours of three and fi\ I Jonquils and gladioli m vario Itiacks were arranged In the ente F'lining rooms of the home. Cente I ig the dining table, from which I ssorted party foods were served, !;»» a striking arrangement of I ladloli in a low bowl. Mr. Pease and Mr. Eieremann I'lere guest* at a dinner Saturday I light, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. luvtn Huffman Jr., before going to liennett. Mo., where he presented I. concert. Guesls were Mr. and Mrs. Ivilson Henry. I The home was attractively dec- l)rated with Spring flower* in pas- ihades. concert of James Pease, bass baritone, at Kennett, Mo., yesterday. Don Huey, son of Mr. mid Mrs. P. B. Huey, arrived In San Diego, Calif., where he has enlisted with the Navy. He will bo stnlionrd at the U. S. Naval Training Center there. Mrs. Dale S. Briggs, Mrs. Dick White. Mrs. Jack Hale, Mrs. R. W. Nichols and Mrs. E. L. Hale were In Memphis yesterday where Ihcy al ended the Piano Quartet Concert at the Ellis Auditorium. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Horner havr: returned from a vacation spent in New Orleans and points in Texas. Enroute home they stopped al Coming Events Sociol Calendar Monday The Alpha Beia Chapter o[ L silon SiKina Alpha are having Invitational dance at Lonnle's Ca al 8:30 p.m. Tuesday The Alpha Alpha Chapter Br-la Sigma Phi "ill mect '» clubrooms at 7:'.10. The Y. M. B. Club will meet with Mrs. 1'iT.ston Ootf at 1 p.m. Mrs. Olto Scrape will be hostess i club Eight members. The Til-Town Bridge Club will licet al the home of Mrs. Russell H. Fair. Mrs. Woldon Rainwater will be hostess to the La Nueve Club. Wednesday Mrs. James Rhoads, will entertain members of the L. K. W. Club. Town and country Club will be entertained at the home of Mrs. P. D. Foster. Mrs W. J. Wunderllch will be hostess to the Wednesday Club »l her home. Thursday Mrs. Loy Welch will entertain the Octette Club at her home. The oosnell Methodist W. S. C. S. Sane Hats Mark Sp these new bonnets shun daffy effects In favor of sleek uncluttered styllnr Paired with plain 'bubble' sailor (left) of polka-dotted crepe is an umbrella with malchlnr fabric covered bundle and tip The,model (rlj;hl center) wears a ribbon-trimmed, broad- brimmed, natural-colored straw sailor. She Is tryini a »llver-iray straw with adjustable brim on the Hille clrl si.ilue. A dimpled double brim gives distinction to the natural-colored slunluns straw flaUop (lop rlclit). 1'iilc blur doeskin Jersey Is used >o make the sm(-dr:ipnl vlsoreil list (btiUom right). Blue silk |M>l>py adds profile Inlcrcsl to lacy straw bonnet (bottom center). * WE, THI WOMEN •i EUTB H1LLETT r NBA SUB WrHv f WISH my mother didn't h»v« thai old Job," sal^ » second- grader who gees trim school'to ills grandparents' home to lUy until 0 o'clock when he Is picked up by his working parents. There must b« loUi of school *f* children who have th« same he»rt- fclt wish, a wish that ,thelr mothers were on the main Job full tlmi. And yet there are many moth'eri of school chHdrcn who don't K- lually have to work, but who think Ihey have a right to, so long » they make adequate prpvlMon tor Ihelr children. .'''; I'hcy've been told over and ov»r cy have the right—that once ;m oninn's children reach school »(• ic Is free to do AS she ple«se». Buys K*lru OF course they may tell them- Ivos, too, that while It m»y ol be nusoliilly necessary for tnu to hold down a-Job, the ex- n money buys luxuries the fam- v rnuldn'l otherwise iiave. Uul If the chlUlrcn In such f«m- Ir-s were iiivcn » hearing, th» inlliers mlKht get a different slant, n whether or not they have a Chi to work outside the home. The light society has bestowed ;i mothers to work outside th» mine so long as they can havi heir child ren cared for may not ID « right the children. themselves would grant l( lliey had their way. nut most of them don't have any say-so in the matter. H they had a vole there »r» probably few children who would vole to have their mothers »w»y when they get home from school, tnrou'.e mime LIU:J OLV,^^ QV -pj le Qosnell ivieLnoaiiu vv. ^- v>. vj Fayetteville and visited their son, I w!n mccl al the church for a busl William Lawrence Jr., who is i stu- nw!s meeting at 1:30 p.m. dent at the University. -- .„--... ~~j,...n., ,,-m H*. tin* I Birthday Dinner Given (Honoring Henry Morgan Mrs Otho Btanfield enlertainet I Saturday night at her home, 209 ISast Davli, with a dinner honoring l-ier father, Henry Morgan of Ca 1-uthersvllle, Mo., who was celebrat Ing his birthday. Dinner was served at the dining liable, which was covered with a lurhite linen cloth and centered with 1m arrangement of Spring flowers. Various potted plants were used decorate the entertaining rooms IX the home. I Guest* who attended were Mrs. Itlenry Morgan of Caruthersville, Mr. l»nd Mrs. G. H. Morgan and son; • Ronnie and Mr. and Mrs. J Mack I Morgan, all of St. Louis, Mo.. Mr. l»nd Mrs. Farris Walker Jr. and son, I Jimmle of Braggadocio, Mo. • * * * •Dinner Party Is Given IBy Mr., Mrs. Sheppard Mr. and Mr«. Dewey Sheppard I celebrated their 28th wedding an- 1 niversary Friday night when they I entertained with a dinner party for ] Intimate friends and relatives al I their home. Following dinner, l.he remainder I of the evening was spent Informal- 1 ly by the guests. I Attractive arrangements of mixed I flowers were arranged in the home. 1 Guesi.s were Mr. and Mrs. Arnold I Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Oran Hunnl- | ciitt, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kennett I and Mr. and Mrs. Lamarr Wilburn 1 and family. I • « • [Mrs. White Entertains IWith Informal Dinner Mn. Godfrey L. White entertaln- Lfd Saturday night with a dinner Sfcarty complimenting Miss Peggy I Leal St. John of Little Rock, who was their guest over the weekend. I Miss St. John Is the bridde-elect I of Moreland Boyd White. Those from Blytheville who attended were Mr. and Mrs. Charles I Afflick and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Dyess. To Conduct Revive/ The Rev. David King will conduct a youth revival at the Clear | Lake Baptist Church (his week | assisted by the Rev. J. E. Cox pastor. The services will begin a I 7 p. m. Committee chairmen are, Howard Taylor visitation, Jane Woodhouse, eniertainmcnt and Max Gurley. nshcrs. Miss Billie Jane Rodgers, student at Ole Miss in Oxford, spent the weekend here us guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Rodgcrs. Albert Saliba ,who is employed in St. Louis, Mo., spent Ihe weekend here with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Saliba. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Nabers and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Nabers -spent the weekend in New Albany, Miss., with relatives. Mrs. Jane Phleiger-of Memphis spent the weekend here as guest of her riece, Mrs. Lillian Frank. Mrs. Jimmle Edwards and soils, Jimmie and Freddie returned yes- Mrs. Albert Enderlln will be hostess to the Blytheville Rook Club. Mrs H. H. Houchtns will entertain the Mid-Weck Club at her home. Mrs. Phillip Frel will be hostess to the Avalon Bunco' Club. Mrs. John Tyrone will entertain members of the G. N. B. Club at her home. . , ,,, i The Thursday Rook Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Leon Schcrer. Mrs. E. P. Borum will entertain he Thursday Contract Club. terday from Little Rock where they spent several days with their husband and father, Rep. Jimmle Edwards. While there, Rep. and Mrs. Edwards were entertained at a d"m- ner by Gov. and Mrs. Sid McMath. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Krntz and children Danny, Garry and Larry and Mrs. E. S.. Krutz and son, Johnny spent yesterday in Kennett .\fo,, as guests of Mr .and Mrs. W R. Bunch. Miss Gwendolyn Orr, daughter of Mrs J A Saliba will entertain Night Club at her , Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Orr of Yarbro, was named on the honor roll of the University of Colorado during the first quarter. She is a senior at the chool in Boulder this year. James Leon East, a seaman in the United Elates Navy and the •sou of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Leon . . East of Dyess. Is making a world he Thursday home. The Jayceeltcs will have their regular meeting In the clubroom at 1:30 p.m. Miss Joyce Damon will be hostess to the Nu Phi Mu Sorority at her home al 8 p.m Friday Mrs. ROM Moore will entertain the C, B. C- Club members at her Mrs. Lloyd Whittaker will be hos^ less to the Friday Contract Club. The" Adult World Day of Prayer Service will be held at the First Christian Church at 2:30 p.m. with Mrs. John Fields BS leader. The Childrens Service for the World Day of Prayer will be at the First Christian Church at 3:4a p.m. with Mrs. Paul Jnbe as the leader. tour aboard the destroyer U. S. S. Hawkins as a member of the crew. More Workers Designated for Red Cross Drive Five new workers for solicitation during the fund campaign to be started here Thursday by Ihr- Chlck- asawba District Chapter of Ihe American Red Cross were announced today. William Wyntt. chairman of collection in otltlyliiK. districts, wild that --GcorRe Hamilton would direct the campaign activities nt Gosnell. Fred Alexander nt Leachvlllc. B. B. White at Forty and Eishl. and T. J. Green, Negro solicitation nt Clear Li\kc. W. P. Pryor. chairman of the campaign in Blytheville, snid Hint Mrs. A. C. Haley would be chiilr- mnn of collections for Ward Four, or Pride Addition. A quo!a of S13.7-I3 tins been set. for North Mississippi County's fund quota, with $B.143 due to be collected in Blytheville 'nml $5.000 set for outlying 'commltlees' quota. Chairmen for 13 outlying communities were announced by Mr. i Wyntt Saturday, and Mr. Pryor. at the same time, nnnipd 21 workers for Blythevllle's solicitation program. The National Campaign is scheduled to begin tomorrow, but the solicitations hrre will not bepin unlil Thursdny. Jack Finley Roblmnn, fund chairman for the entire chapter, said. At The Hospitals niythcvlllr HusniUil ifmlFsert: Mrs. Canny Herts, Strele, Mo. Carol Mills, city. Minnie Lc-c 1'owcrs. Horucrsvllle, \lu. Mrs. E. J. Hrntnn. city. Haltio 1^-c Talc. Armorcl. Mrs. Cecil l.usk. rily. U.ills 1(ns|iil:ll Olsmissfd: Murvin Ooff. Hornersvillc. Mo. Mrs. Gilbert Mnuii nnd hnny, city Wylic Smith, rlly. Mrs. Curtis Downs. Dell. Mrs. J. A. Fuller, Kennett. Mo. Mrs. Carl O. lieshnrsc, city. Mrs. Don Shanks, city. Hobby Duffer, city. A German alchemist named Oeorgiiis Acrlooln accidentally di.s covered when, in the Ifltli Gen tury, be was treating ores for leu and copprr.' nsurancc Firm Reports .argc Goiri in Assets l,l(r Insurance CumpuiR' of Ooor- n, which luis uuency olnci's in Kill lies In Arknniiiis and Icn nlhor nuthein states, made a rccorrt- rcakliic Bnin of $l()0.a:«.Wil in Ilk- isuriinre 111 fiirrc dliriiu! 10IS. while icrcaslnu asscls 'J:t per cent to The Pacific Ocean covers one third of the earth's surface. PIN-WORMS CAN CAUSE SERIOUS TROUBLE 1)13.651). Cicurgp Cl. Hodges, m tlu-vllle district nuinnter, nnnouiK- here toiluy. Mr. lloilsos Mild the compim .imiul repm'l fhowrd $515.1fi2,-l'iS Inlnl life Insurance In [nice, n 21 per I'f-nt Kiiln over 19-17 iind thn Kic:it<'.sl Increase In the company's ft'I-yrnr history. The report. h»s been lilccl with the Arkunsiis fusm-ancc Drpiutinenl, Our word "mnglc" Is derived from the muni, who fell from • prlentlf ill learned caste of th« «nclent iMSlans, to strolling Jugglers »nl oothsnycrs reputed to practice th« ack arlA. 1-3-1 ' I T .1 J II 1..J ,4. 4 i/ \ BEST-DRESSED LADY IN BLYTHEVILLEI Continuous Shows Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Sturts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:00 ».m. 1Z:*S p.m. Last Time Today That Wonderful Urge with Tyrcin* Timer and C.nne Tferney News * Short Subject! 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