The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 6, 1949 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 6, 1949
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS 9 Jane Shelton, Society Kdilor Phone 4461 Miss Hatcher Becomes Bride of Navy Man Miss Irene Crocvder is today announcing the marriage of her niece. Miss Jane Hatcher formerly of Blytheville and now of Memphis to second class petty officer Albert George Bush, son of Mr. and Mrs A.'R. Bush o( Okmulgcp, Oklft. Tlie double ring cf-mnony was rend by the RRV. Nnsscn nf the First Methodist Chmrh in Hovnan- do. Miss, Nov. 33. " The bride's only attendant was Miss Gloria Mceks of Memphis, The bride wore a suit of Rrcen gaberdine with blnck aorc.vsoric.s m complement. She pinnrrl ut htir shoulder n cnr^ne of yellow rn--t\s. Nenl Barkley of Memphis served Mr Bush HS man. Mrs, Bush is n grartnntc of Blytheville High School where she was n member of the Red Pepper?; • and Garden Clubs, She is now em-; p'oyed as a •technician flt Itaptht Hospital in Memphis. Mr. Hush attended schools in .Jennet te, Penn., aiuj OKimil^re, O'-:l:i.. sui'l Is now stationed nt the Mil- lln?ton Naval Base. Mihin^ton. Tenth Mr. and Mrs. Bush will make their home In Memphis. Miss Douglas GucsL At GEO Club Meeting Miss Wilma Douglas wj\s yuest with members of the GEO Club when Miss Jetty Clnlr Huffman was hostess to the group nt her home last night. The members nncl guest were seated In rooms which were decorated with nnndlna berries and boughs of holly. In the bridge Barnes, Mrs. T. H. Caraway won high and Mrs. Joseph W. McHaney brldso. During the evening, Miss Hufl- man served a dessert course. Coming Events Civic Calendar FOR MOTHER-TO-BE 1 Tuesday Epstlon Sigma Alpha sorority meets wlih Miss Alma Cain at 8 p.m. Alpha Alpha Chapter of Bctn Sigma Phi meets with Mrs. Eddie B. David at 7 p.m. with Miss Mary Gray co-hostess. American Legion Auxiliary meets st Legion Hut at 8 p.m, Wednesday Garden Club of the Woman's Club will meet at the Club at 2:30 p.m. Women's Guild ol the First Lutheran Church will meet at 8 p.m. with Mrs. Lewis J. Heller. 2008 Chickasawba. Mrs. R. M. Logan hostess to Town and Country. Thursday Nu Phi Mil has cull meeting at the home of Mrs. Gilbert Hammock Jr., 1610 Holly at '1:30 p.m. Ladies Bible class of the First Methodist Church will have a covered dish-Christmas parly at the Church at 5:30 p.m. Blytheville nook Club will be entertained by Mrs. Roy Head. Mrs. P. D. Foster entertains Thursday Club. TN club meets with Mrs. George Ford. Avalon Bunco Club entertained by Mrs. Bill Gilbow. Thursday Night club meets with Mrs. Burks Barker. Friday Mrs. A. R. Wetcnkamp hostess to the Friday Club. Mrs. C. S. Dowdy compliments C. B. C. Club. Friday Contract meets with Mrs. Doyle Henderson. 1 2.42 By Sue Burnett This neatly styled maternity dress is so pretty and comfortable. Two deep pleats on eacii side of the pointed belt allow for needed adjustment. Tie the belt softly in back. Pattern No. 845S is a scw-rltc perforated pattern lor sizes 12, H, 16. 18. 20; 40 and -12. Size H, 5«; yards 01 30-inch. For this patcrn. send 25 cent.s. in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News. 530 South Wells Street. Chlcauo 7 111. The Fall and Winter FASHION is a dependable guide for your winter wardrobe. Special designs. fabric news free pattern printed inside the book. Send 25 cents to- dav. 23 Attend Meeting Of Council Study Group Mrs. A. R. \Vctenkamp was hostess to 23 members of the Missionary Study Group of the Woman's Council of the First Christian Church yesterday nt her home. Mrs. W. D. Cobb, program chairman, led the afternoon program. "Williin The Family of God" was the topic'of the devotional which was given by Mrs. Rome Hi\rp. Mrs. Harp's subject WHS taken from Acts 21:14. "We Co-operate In Home Missions" was the pmsrarn topic led by Mr.s. Cobb who wns assisted by Mrs. O. S. Crowcll, Mrs. Elauley Hays, and members of the group. Mrs. Crowcll discussed, "The Home Mission Council of North America 1 ', Mr.s. Hays discussed, "Voices Heard and Answered" \vith luembcrs of the group discussing, "Voices from Other Americans." Mrs. Harry Bradley spoke to the group on the Christinas customs ol ^>thcr lands. Following a short business session t-he benediction was pronounced on Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. Don Burton announce (he foirtii of a daughter this morning at Dr. Ticln-cll's Clinic. The baby, who is Iliclr second child, hits been named. Audra Frances. Their other child. Is Donald Burton Jr -go 10. Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Rowon of Dy- ersbure left Monday for their home after having spent several days here as guest of Mr. and Mrs, W. O. Ilrminlngway and family. Mrs. Homer Ellis and (laughter. Dorothy, nnd Calvin Davis of West-' point, Miss., were '.he weekend guest.-; of Mrs. Ellis' sister, Mrs. Tommy Reid and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Oren and daughter. Miss Imogen Oren. of Paragoulcl are spending several days here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Jerin and son, p. R. Jcrin. Jr. Miss Sue Elk. Mis. H. c. Graciy. Mr anrt Mr.v. Bob Carter and Miss Pauline Stevens spent Monday in Memphis. Christmas vacation at Stephens College. Columbia, Mo., will begin Dec. 15 with classes resuming -Jan. a. Following the series of formal and informal affairs planned in compliment to the students. Miss Ardcn Ferguson of Blytheville and Mi.;s Peggy Flceman of Manila will arrive home to be the holiday guests of their parents. Condition of Mrs. Agnes Lane, who has been a patient at Blytiie- ville Hospital for several days following a heart attack, is Improved today. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Wrenson and son, and Mr.s. H. B. Greig are spending today in Memphis. Mrs. L. B. Parks spent Monday in Memphis where she consulted her specialist. Kir. anrt Mrs. Phil Strnblc of aillsbiirr;. HI., left this morning for their home after spending several days here as guests of Drs. Carl and Edna Nies. Mr. Struble Is a nephew of Dr. Carl Nies. Mr. and Mrs. s. F. Floren left last night for Chicago, 111., after having been the guest of Mrs. Flor- cn's mother, Mrs. A. H. Lipforcl for several days. Mr. and Mrs. A. Karbort of Dunnellon, Florida are visiting here as guests of their daughter. Mrs. Louis Hubcner, Dr. Hubener and family. Mr. and Mrs. Harbort plan to remain through the Christmas holidays. . Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Norman and .son, Mi?s Scminola Austin, Fred Fowler anrt Ed Mayo spent Sunday in Cleveland nncl Greenville, Miss. At The Hospitals nirlhcvlllr Hospital Dismissed: George Moss, City. Robert Stewart, city. Walls Hospital Dif-missed: M. J. Campbell. City. Mrs. Gten Harrington and baby City. Mis. J. W. i5imp:;on. City. Mrs. A. W. Robinson and linby Air Base. Mrs. B. T. Chalk. Cunithersvillc. Eleno Pijerino. Osccola. Miss Cole Is Hostess To Calvary YWA, Guest Miss I.ucinda Cole was hostess to 12 mp.mbcrs and one guest of the YWA., of: Calvary Baptist Church last night at litr home. Miss Barbara Pruiti was guest. Following the. opening prayer by Miss Joy Chandler the Lottie Moon Christmas program was discussed. Mrs. Woudrovv Wilder led the closing prayer after which Miss Cole served refreshments. Read Courier News Want Ads the group. During the social hour following Mrs. Wetcnkamp served refreshments. Continuous Shows Hox Office Opens 1 : 1f> Show Stiirls 2:011 10:00 a.m. 12:15 p.m. 1:3(1 p.m IJSTKN TO KI.CN Tuesday & \Vctlncstlav Selected Short Subjects Continuous SUnnlnc KverrrJas as Bazaar WED. DEC. 7 Legion Hut Starting 10:30 a.m. lifftire you selutt. Christmas gifts, ho sure to see these beautiful homo-niiidc ai'tides: S I''ancy-\Vi)rk Kootlt . . . pillow cases, lirirljfe fi'i.;, crochet pieces of all kinds and numerous other articles. © Apron Booth . . . fancy party aprons to large cook aprons, in many lovely styles. © Raby Rooth . . . haml-dresscd maple skin doll?, crocheted Barque?, booties and caps; K owns & dresses . . . everything for the baby. © Sweet Shop . . . delicious home-made cakes and candies that will delight you and your family. © Country Store . . . dressed chickens, home- canned goods of all kinds, and liome-grown vegetables in a wide selection. ALL GIFTS VERY REASONABLY PRICED The Public I s Inviicd T 0 This Christmas Iteaar Sponsored Hy The Ladies of the Catholic Church Six-Weeks Honor Roll for Junior High Announced The honor roll for the second six weeks of the first semc.sler nf the Junior HiBh School year Is announced today. Seventh grade — Jean Beat-ham, Many a Kay lllankenship, K a y nlackrnd, Jean Uradlcv, Lawtr-nce Bradley. Milly Urruiley. Linda Byrd. Carmen Gary, Dany C'obh. Joy Colemail, nonna Dcriman. Jerry Edwards. Martha Foster, Carol Fui'mtlll, Leroy Hall. Jeanelle. Huey. Early Hyde Jack Jack.son. Rue Johe, Janice Johnson. Charles LaiiRston, Sam Lum, Olu Mantye, Julia McCall. Jim Moore, Pa'lye Scott. Ann Seay, Carmnn Simpson, .Sherry Sparks, Patricia Speck, Yvonne fiianlcy. KllBi-ne Still, Iji- N'cal Slldbmy, Dona Hykrs, Carl- enc Talc, Jimmy Tompklns. James Tubbs .Barbara Watkins. Hetty Watson. Gail Whitsctl. Patli Decn WrlBht and Mary Allfe Wrotcn. Eighth srade — Betty Barber. Cnrl Hro\vn. Fs-elyn Bowen. Patsy Calriwell, iiol) Childless, Mary Kay Crnfton, Marjorie^herty. Martha Dyer. Eddie Eakcs. ' Bertha Gallies, netly oarrott. Billy Gilbow. Iconise Onll. Churls Ootorth. Wheeler Ciracy. Mary Ann (/rimes. Barbara Griffin. Charles Hull. Nancy Hainby. Annie Louise Handley. Charles Kenson, Ann Hester. Bobby Hill. Nancy Hollis. Carol Ann Holt, Freddie Holt. I.orila Horner, Betty Johnson. Fiondal Johnson, David Jones. Kelly Jonc.i. Dorothy Lanulcy, Shirley Lovelady. Harry Lnmin, James Mills. Billy Nelson. Jumcs Nelson. Dre\vcy O'- Dcll, Brill Owens. Wanda Owens. Edna Presncll. Frances Rose. Mjry- lyn Shivlcy. Gailya Stillwell. Jcre Strickland. James Walker and Patricia Weaver. Business Meeting Held By Lake Street WSCS Nino members n ( the WSCS of Lake Street Methodist Church met Monday afternoon at the church nt 2:30 p.-in. for a business meeting. Following the opening song. "Dear U>rd Forgive," Mrs. W. L. Green led the group in prayer. In the business session presided .'er by the president, Mrs. Billy ing, the resignation O f Mrs. Cecil usk as secretary was received and accepted. Mrs. L. B. Gay was clect- •I by the group to fill the vacancy Plans for (he group Christmas parly to be held at tile church Dec IJ were discussed. It was agreed to invite members of the Wcsleyan Guild to attend. Mrs. c. T. Shamlin cave (he devotional -The Closed Door" which was followed by the group singing of the song, "You Must Open the Door." The scripture reading which was given by MI S . shamlln was taken from the Mtli chapter of Revelation. Mrs, Adrla Uc'agan led the closing prayer. Wcsleyan Guild Meets With Miss Mary Hubler Members of the Wesleynn Guild of the First Methodist Church met last niehl with Miss Mary Hubler lor a business-study meeting. The. meeting was opened with the evening devotional which was given by Mrs. Fred Stcadmrm. "Christmas Throughout the World" wns the program topic which was led by Mrs, Vance Henderson. Assisting Mrs. Henderson were Mrs. Hildred Bunch, Mrs. .Jack Bishop, Miss Hubler. Mrs. Dan Bell and Miss Avis Howard. Cecelia Henderson presented the Christmas favorite. "T'was the Night Before Christmas." During the business meeting two committees were appointed. They are. membership-Miss Golda Rinks Miss Hubler. Mrs. Stendmnn, Mrs. M. S. Edwards and Miss Howard Finance—Mrs. Jnck Owens. Mrs. Roy Barley, Mrs. Bunch and Mrs B. F. Scott, A dessert course was served following the dismissal to the members who were seated in the entertaining rooms which were decorated in the Christmas theme. Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS 111 Dec. 6. <AP>—IUSDA) — Hogs 13.000: steady to 25 higher than Monday's average: good nnd choice 150240 Ibs 15.75-16.25; top 16.25 paid freely for 1EO-200 It) weights; 250300 Ibs 14.15-15.50; odd lots 1CO-HO Ibs 13.50-16.00; good and choice s.iw.s 400 Ibs down 13.90-14.00: heavier sows 12.00-13,2.5; stags 9.50-11.50. Cattle 4000; calves 1700; good cows around 17.00-50: common and medium 14.50-16.00; canncrs and cutters lt.00-14.CO. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1949 All-Day Meeting Held By First Baptist Women The Lottie Moon offering program and a covered ctLsh luncheon was given by women of the First Baptist Church at the all day meeting held yesterday at the Church. Tlie morning program was opened at 10:31) a.m. with Mrs E II Brown loader of the "Week of Prayer for Foreign Missions" program topic. Theme of the meeting was "Unto Us is Given—Give Ye." Assisting with the morning program were Mrs C. W. Afflick, Mrs rhcodorc Logan. Mrs. M. C Outlaw Mr.s. Marion Williams. Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon and .Mrs. re. E. Blaylock. Mrs. R. E. Van Hooser gave the scripture and devotional. Mr.s. Harry Piilalus sang. "Beautiful Japan" after which Mr.s H G. Cash led in the closing prayer! Immediately following the covered <iish luncheon the afternoon program began with Mrs. H. il Brooks, leader. The meeting was opened with an organ selection, "Sweet Peace" by Mrs. Murray Smart. J Mr.s. Brooks read the scripture after which the afternon discussions of the program topic were presented by the following, Mrs. E. C. Brown. Mrs. Tom Jackson Mrs. E. P. Hardin. Mrs. Marion Williams. Mrs. E. E. Stevens. Mrs. M. C Outlaw. Mrs. C. E. Evans, Mrs. George Ingram, Mrs. Ted King] -Mrs. Ebb Carson and Mrs. Stick- mon. A Lottie Moon offering was taken for the foreign missions. The 12 mlsion countries were remembered in trie group's prayers. Two Guests Attend Yarbro WSCS Meeting Two guests. Mrs. Victor Mallorv and Mrs. W. p. Kimble. met with 23 members of the Yarbro WSCS last night at the home of Mrs. L. T. Burnham. Mrs. Elza Wheeler gave the devotional followed by the evening | pi-dsrrum. "Influence of The Home" ' -AInch was led by Mrs. Walter Barnes. Assisting Mrs. Barnes In this discussion were Mrs. Denny Hammond. Mrs. Calvin Holling- wortl, and Mrs. Nita Bunch. In the short business session. Mrs. Paul Abbott gave a report on the Joncsbmo conference which she at- j tended last Thursday. ' Following the dismissal a social hour was held during which time Mrs Burnham served refreshments. Central Perfect Attendance Is Announced Perfect attendance for the second six weeks of the school year of Central School Is announced today by Miss Sunshine Swift, principal. First grade — Miss Betty Cox. teacher: Teddy Beal, Wendell Chitman, Edna Sue Davis. Patty Fowlston, Ira Lambert. Martha Ross Mead, Nancy Newcomb, Homer Gene Council, Bobby Dlckerson, Richard Hall. Robert Howell. John Mattes, David Seymore, Joyce Tillman. Linda Bennett. Patsy 'Ann Gtirno, Gary Mayo. Richard dates, Louise Shields. Carolyn West a 111 Carolyn Gentry and Jimmy Noblr Second grade—Mrs. Robert Lipscomb, teacher: Gary Carter. Thomas Chapman. Harding Cure, Jimmy Killett. Louise Lm-clndy. Raymond Mayo. Lester Sheals, Jimmy Slil- well. Martha Arends. Mary Ann Bateman, Carolyn Ann Byniim. Ruby Chandler. Nellie Coleman. Sonia English. Mickic Ix>u Hinck, Jane Terry and Sharra Via. Third grade — Miss Itozard teacher; Bill Tom Brooks. David Burnett. Harold Coleman. Ricky Dednian, Dennis Fisher. Gary Gill Ronald Holiday, Billy Holt. John Logan. Ronald McManus. James Push. Saminv Kay Shields. Jackie Woods. Shirley Brnanscum. Donna Sue Byrd. D. K. Gentry and Nancy Keeling. Fourth grade — Miss Kalheryn Rowel), teacher: Paul Beale. Donald Burton. Rdivln Cure. Marvin McMahan. Bobbv Peek. Dan Rambo. Robert Lee Stiles, James Michael Terry. Jerry Dee Wade. Carolyn Sue Arllcy. Frances Geraldine Baker. Evelyn June Davis. Lou Ellen Gay. Barbara Ann Gurnow. irby Lvnn Hodge, Margaret Lncretla Hobbs Mary Susan Huffman. Hose Joyce Ingrtmi. Georgia Ann Marr Judy Lee Regan, and Mary Jane Scvmore. Fifth grade — Miss Sunshine Swift, teacher: James Buchanan David Lee earner. Billy Dallas, Jimmy Lee Hall. Alvln Huffman III Jerry Lovelndy. Charles Mattes, Eddie Blan Perry. Donald Wilson Patricia Bates. Gail Brogdon. Anice Chandler. Betty Garvey, Patricia Hurley. Beth Johnson, Sally Mc- Cnteheil, Paula Palmer. Patricia Willingham and Wanda Wren. Sixth grade—Mrs. Lillian Prank teacher; Don Brown. Jerry Holiday. Joe Hughes. Bobby Jones, Tom Him Raymond Miller. Warren Moxley' Bruce Patton, Billy Peek, Bobby GeiiB Price, Roger Sudbury. Robin Walsh. Omega Alexander. Marilyn Bnker. Diane Buck. Carole Burnes Donnic Carner. Carolyn Crafton Barbara Eagan. Eva Lee Graves Dclores Harris. Sara Jo Strickland and Ray Lynn Via. THE WOMEN * Uy liutll MlllcU. NKA Staff Writer These Tips May Help Keep Husband Happy '•Since yon seem to believe in keeping the men happy. ..." be- Kins a letter from one of my readers who says she has followed the colutnn for several years. That phrase of hers made me feel pretty good. I'm glad I've managed to give that impression over a long period of time. For I do believe strongly that a woman's harmless depends on her ability to keep her man happy. And by that 1 don't mean she ought to be a mere yes-woman, or a door mat. or a martyr to his moods. But I think the chances are lav- oriible that a woman will be happy if stie keeps her husband happv in the following ways: Ways and Means One By doing her own job cheerfully and well. Two. By going out after what she needs to make her happy, instead of sitting around feeling sorry for herself because her life is so drab. Three. By appreciating all that he docs for her and letting him know she appreciates it. Four. By hanging on to the pleasant disposition she used to land him. instead of becoming bitter, sharp-tongued or long-faced. Five. By managing to keep pace with his progress, never. hanging hack or trying to hold him back by showing resentment of the demands his career makes on hint Six. By seeing to it that the children love and admire him. Whether or not Junior thinks his Dad is a wonderful guy depends to a large extent on whether or not that is the idea his mother has built up In him. Finally, by staying as attractive as possible through the years, to that he husband can continue to be proud of Ms wife at whatever a°o she happens to be. ° City's islands Twenty-three islands are Included in the City of Ne;v York. In 1668. the Duke of York decreed that all islands in the harbor which could be sailed around In a day should belong to Neiv York. Show Starts 7:00 Km Office Opens li:IS Bargain Xifihl Kvery Night K\rc|il Saturday No uasscs honored nn Sunday at The ROXY Tuosdiiy & Wednesday POVIER • BAXTER Selected Short Subjects Calvary GA's Meet In Cecil Steel Home Joan Tedlock. president of the World Missionary GA croup of Calvary Baptist Church.'presided over the. meeting of the group last msht at the home or Joyce Steele The opening prayer was led by Dorothy Rollison after which the minutes of the previous meeting was read by Bonnie Lou Glover. Billie Fay Sanks, proeram chairman. Introduced the program speaker, Mrs. Vernon Bvort. who told the story of the "Tower of Faith." "Do You Know This Man Jesus?" was the title of the poem read by Joan Tedlock. Following the dismissal prayer which was led by Joyce Steel refreshments were served. Joyce was assisted in serving by her mother Mrs. Cecil Steel. HARVESTER NEW... Entics!/ Ke\v 1950 REFRIGERATORS Prices start at Big 7A cu. ft., Model H-74 They're here! They're beautiful! Four sizes... four big-value price-tags .. -four great new refrigerators, that women dreamed and home economists planned foe you! Come in today and see them.Sec the big freezer lockers,the spacious shelves, cbc extra-roomy meat trays and vegetable crispcrs. Sec the new, exciting, "shad'owline" styling — no ledges, no crevices to catch dust and make work. See the Egg-O-Mat, clevef new egg- dispenser. Sec the new Diitus-O-I.ilc for sha- dowless interiors- Don't miss the exclusive, built-in bottle-opener. And Ice us sbovv you how "Every Feature Has a Function" in these new International Harvester refrigerators, Buy on convenient terms. \ CHRISTMAS CARDS One-Day Imprinting Service STATIONERY And Other Attractive Gifts.. .All Moderately Priced PARTY INVITATIONS Confetti Tallies WEDDING ~~~ Iiiviliilions anii Announcements Calling Cards. Jnformals...Stationery ... Birth Announcements Imprinting Service on Matches, Napkins, Pencils, Bridge Sets, etc. Samuel F. Norris Across From City -Hall Stationers — Office Outfitters — Printers GIFT SUGGESTION for Miss or Mrs. ,^•^7 I • V; *H Ux^u^. Other models 8.4 to 9.5 cu. ft., $239.95 to $299.95 3/2 SOUTH 2™ ST. PHONE863 lounging pajama of Celaneae .jersey. ... in fresh enchanting colors of eir,erald and geraniur, contrast, trim....tie belt.... sizes 10-30 799 Oilier Nice Pajamas As I,ow as ?:).!>!) Use Our Lay Away. Plan FEINBERG'S

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