The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 28, 1949 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 28, 1949
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PAGE TWO AlewA (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Jane ShoJtun, Society Editor 4461 Missouiians To Wed In Late Spring Ceremony Mr. and Mrs. J, E. Hughey of Lilbourn, Mo., have announced, the enfiBRement of their dnusbUT, Florence Evelyn Hughc-y, to James Henry Workman Jr., .son of Mr, Bnd Mrs. J. H. Workman of Porlagcville, Mo. Mt&s Hughcy attended school at Southeast Missouri State Teachers College Jn Cape Girardeiui, Mo., ami also at Murray State College at Murray, Ky. She is an instructor in ihe CanatJy Switch .school near CanUhersville. Mr. Workman Is a student at State Teachers College, Cape Girardeau, Mo. Plans for the wedding, to be solemnized on May 21 nt the Methodist Church in Portageville, will be announced Jnter. Mrs. Sylvester Feted At Morning Coffee Mrs. David Sylvester of Slilhvaler, Okla., who with Mr, Sylvester arc housegucsts of his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Raleigh Sylvester, was complimented Tuesday morning when Mrs. Sylvester entertained with a morning coffee. Approximately 35 guests called between the hours of 10 and 12 a.m. at the Sylvester home on Davis. Mrs. Sylvester was assisted by Miss Louella Bar tics, Mrs. H. R. Alkcn and Mrs. C- A, Taut. Holiday season decorations were placed throughout the room with the mantel portraying a Yultide Hccne. A cutwork cloth overlaid the table from which Ihe party foods were served. Centering the table was a • complementing Yule season scene. Miss Barnes presided over the refreshment table. The honoreej who was before her marriage this summer MLss Mary Margaret Culver of Pawhuska, Okla.. Mrs. Sylvester and those assisting all pinned gardenias at their shoulders. MORNING FROCK 8538 By Sue Burncft smash Aetaoi shrd Ishrd incmfw As a pretty and Iresh-looking as can be is this neat frock lor morn- Ing duties about the house. Cut ^pn simple lines It features colorful "ric rac trim, handy pocket, narrow softly tied belt. Pattern _ No. 8538 is a jew-rlt* perforated patern in sizes H 16 18, 20; 40, 42, 44 and «. Si7C 16, •»!4 yards of 33-inch. For this pattern, icnrl 25 cents. In COINS, your name, address, size aesired and the PATTKKN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier Ncw.s, 530 south Wells Street. Chicago 1. III. Don't miss thc new FASHION. The pall and Winter is;uc >,ull delight you with its up-to-the-minute, easy to make frocks for all thF' family. Free gilt pattern printed Inside the book. 25 cents. TO BIC MAKRH-D— Miss Florence Evelyn Hutihey. dani'liti-r of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ilughey of Lilbuurn. Mo., will be married to James Henry Workman, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Workman, Sr., of Portaecvlllc. Mo., in the late spring. Gregg Mammock Is Felcd Wilh Third Birthday Party Red, white, blue and silver were the chosen colors for the birthday party yestcrdny afternoon at the Women's Club complimenting the third birthday of Gregg Hammock, son ot Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert D. Hammock, Jr. Suspended from thc ceiling and wall throughout the large room in which thc afternoon was spent were red, white and bine streamers. Bine table appointments were used on the long table nt which the 25 little guests were seated for the assorted party foods. Centering the table was a mammoth cake or red, white and blue shaped to resemble a mammoth drum. Plunking the cake were silver-foiled lolly pop tree with assorted lollypops placed In profusion on the silver branches. Tiny handmade place curds made to resemble miniature drmns complete with drumsticks In complementing red, white and bine murk- cd each guest's place. Marching down the center of the long table were pairs of miniature aluminum figurines representing different countries and famous people. During the afternoon favors of story books, lolly pops from the trees, and red and blue popcorn balls, .wrapped In silver foil tied in pufts;<if,red ribbons, were presented.';, : .; - t - -. '-* ' »•.Coffee arid, cake was served buffet slylc (o thc moiheraof thc young guests attending, from the blue and silver serving table. Special gticsl.-, for thc affair were Gregg's paternal grandmother, Mrs. G. D. Hammock, his maternal grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Rlg- ney. Miss Barbara Stewart and Mrs. Unwell Brewer of S(. Louts, house- of her daughter, Mrs. Coleman Stevens. Blylheville Gucsls Attend Drop-In At Michie Home Approximately 100 guests called at the Simms Mirhic home in Steeie yesterday from 3 to 5 in compliment !o Mrs. Joe Marion Micliie of Culhnan. Ala., who, together with her husband, are housegiiest of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Mlchic. Mrs. Michie WHS before her November marriage Miss Martha Jo Smith of oilman. Receiving the guests as they entered the holiday decorated rooms of tl,t home were Mrs. Mlchic the pnest of honor nnd Mary Anna Michie. A Yule tree and a Christinas mantel scene were the central points of Interest in the living room Those assisting during the afternoon were Mrs. G G. llllbbard. Jr, of Blythcvllle. Mrs. l.ois Smith and Miss Lilln Jones of Stecic and Mrs. J. E. Beaslev and Molly Jo Heasley of Blythcvillc. The honorce, hostess and those as-listing, were each presented cor- saecs of white carnations. Mrs Hiibbiird presided at thc mndcria cuhvork clothed table from which assorted partv foods were served during thc afternoon. Ccn- ! tr-rim: (lie (able was a vivid poln- i setli;t flanked by gleaming red tap[ ers. An exact replica scene topped ; the bi'ffr-t. Those attending from Blythevill? vrrr Mrs M. O. Usrcy. Miss Mary Dixon. Miss liosemnry Jolmsirm. Mrs. Hubert Scymore. Mrs. O. E. Hanna. Mrs F. L. Ilnsbnnds. Mrs A. F. Dietrich, nnd her honsegnest. Mrs. John Bucbmlllcr of St. Louis. Bits of News Mr. and .Mrs. It. D. I,yle and daughter, Jean Marie, of Cookeville Tcnn., visited Mrs. Lyle's father', R. J. Collier and family during the' holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Ottis Rotlsh and daughters .Sandra and Jlonda, ol Nashville, spent thc weekend here as^gucst ol Mr. Rouen's father, o. A Roush and Mrs. Iloush's mother Mrs. Myrtle liylee. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph East of Richmond, Va. ; are spending the holidays here as guests of Mr. Bast's sister, Mrs. Thomas Via and family and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Rkclton. Mr, and Mrs. Claude Quertcrmous of St. I/mis spent the holidays here as guests of their daughter, Mrs Gulluic I'enn, Mr. penn. Jean Pciin returned to St. Louis with them for * weeks' visit. Charles Ocne McUanlel loft Tuesday night for Urbnna, 111. to attend thc Methodist Youth Foundation Conference. Mr. McOanlel was one of 20 students at Northwestern, Evanston, selected to attend the conference. He wilt return to schoo Jan. 1. Miss Shrlley F\:nk nnd David Morelock of Memphis spent Tuesday In Blylhcvillc as guests of Miss Gay Garrigan and her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Garrigan. Miss Funk and Miss Garrigan arc room-mates at Lindenwood College, St. Charles Mo. Mr. and Mrs. B. p. Gay. Jr.. and family returned to Memphis Tuesday afternoon after spending the holidays here as guest, ol Mrs. B. F Qay, Sr., and family. S-Sgt. Walter Collier is spending a 30-day furlough with his father H- J. Collier and brothers. Cluy am: Everett ami sisters. Miss Lee Duncan and Mrs. child liritey. S-Sgt Collier Is Mnlioncd with the 301sl Air Refueling squadron at Barksdale Air Force Base, Shrcveport, Iji Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Moore am children, Barbara and M. V. Jr. of Cullinan. Ala., returned to theh home this morning after spending several days as guests of Mrs Moore's -parents. Mr. and Mrs. D. G Ciracy antl other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. James Dell anc son, Billy, of Stuttgart will rctun to their home the latter part uf tin week after being thc Yule guest; of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Harold Anderson am son, Harold Edward, jr., of Mariana ,w'e~re:riEb guests during the holidays of Mr. and Mrs. Anderson. Mrs. An- (lerson and son, Harold Edward. Jr left Monday for Dallas, Texas, t. spend several days as finest ot he parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Pau Martin, she went especially to b with her sister who will arrive fron Arizona to Join the group for scve ral days. Mr. and Mrs. Keith nilbrcy am. sons, returned Tuesday from Si- loan Springs where they were the holiday^'Blit'Sts of Mrs. Hilbrcy's parents.; Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ross. En route home they visited Mr. Bilbrcy's parents in Imboden. Condition of Kay Shearin. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. shear- In, who underwent a tonsileclomy Tuesday morning at Blythcvillc Hospital, Is satisfactory. She was removed this morning lo her home on j\sh. Mrs. John Buchmlller of St. Louis is the houseguest of Mr. anci Mrs A. 1>. Dietrich. W. J. Rlgncy left tills morning for I.IItie Rock, where he is night manager of Hotel Marlon, after spending several dnys here as guest cf his daughter. Mrs Gilbert D. Hammock. Jr.. Mr. Hammnck and sen Gregg, and Mrs. Rlgney who Is visiting here as guest of her daugmcr and family. Mr. and Mrs. George Hammock and dnughtcr, Mary Ami. of Hughes were the holiday weekend guests uf relatives in Blythcvillc. FOR SALE Concrete culvert* 12 Inch (o (j inch plain or recriforred Als< Concrete tlinhliiiR llhirk> rh«-.ip- ei tti;*p luiTiUri Ini hams ch:,-krn hiniscs pump hfimrs. trnnnl tuu'sr-s tool shrrls \\> drllvcr (.'all n* lin free esllmatr . . I'liour Sill OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO. / JBSSIF, SRITE MAHKt, HOGAN \Vo tmlli \visj, lo tlianfc all of you for your generous \,n\ numge during the year which is nearly over, H li» s been a pleasure lo kiuiw you . . . nml Ui serve you. ccesso^y Shop MISS COKKIl ])ONOKI-:i>—Mia Sue Coker, daughter of Mr. Mr.s. Obye Coker, of Cariilhersvillc. I Mo,, who l.s attending the Univer- ' slty of Missouri, Columbia, lias recently bpen honored will) a membership In Uclta Tail KH|>!>». English honorary fraternity for women, chosen on grades In English. Miss Coker Is scholarship ehalr- man of Pi Beta Phi, social sorority, and is a member of Head Hal] Recreation Committee, which plans entertainment for students. She Is also a University cheerleader and feature writer for Missouri Student, school newspaper weekly. Four Missco Victims Of Polio Return to Convalescent Center Pour MLviKsljip! County children will return soon to the Children* Convalescent Center at Jacksonville 'or further post-polio physical therapy, after spending Christmas holidays with their parents. Two other Mississippi County children were discharged from the center, which is operated by the Arkansas Association for the Crippled, and were home In time lor Santa Glaus. They were: lietty Jo Askew, four, and Nctii Fayc Rowland, two. Bctt,y Jo had been hospitalized since September fi, ami Neta Fay since September 10. Parents are Mr and Mrs. Charles A.skew n( Blythcville and Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Rowland of Manila. The young victims on furlough from the ccnuu are: Johnny Fr*---h- oitr, t'.vo .son o! Mr. and Mr.s. Lloyd 1-Vc.shoitr of Kt'iwiih; Teddy Mc- j Lean, two, son of Roderick McLean WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1941 Mrs. Jones Enlcvlains I uesclay Bridge Club Mrs. Riloy Jones entertained members of the Tuesday ElriclKC Clul) yesterday at the Country Club with a dessert bridge. Groups of nandina Ixirrie.s and vivid pohiseltias were placed in the room in which the members were seated for the afternoon bridge. la the game. Mrs. Max Field won high, Mrs. Uoyd Stlckmon second high ant! Mrs. C. E. Crigsjer brltlgn. Calvary Circle Four Has Royal Service Program A Royal Service program was conducted by members of tin 1 Business Women's circle Four of Calvary Baptist Church last night at the proyi win-business meeting at the church. The meeting was presided over by Mrs. J. D. WUIner with Mrs. Bill Shanks directing the program. "Christ. The Answer For the World." "The. Hoses and Fears of All The Years" was the title of the de- of KeL-ier; Martha Helms, eight, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Helms of OH'eohi; am! a live year old Nefu'o boy, Jamc.s A. Cook, sou of Annie Liaua Cook of Btylheville. votional which wa Shanks. Mrs. Vcrnon Doyd given by Mrs. discussed. "Planning For Peace. flic Light That Leads To Peace" was the topic discussed by Mrs. Wtclner. Mrs. Raymond Bclknap spoke on "What,' 1 Can ,1 Do?" Jfc]lowed 1 by prayers by Mrs. Boyd and Mrs. Belkimp. Refreshments were serve:! during thc social hour following the dismissal. Hamhy Family Has Yule Day Reunion Mr.and Mrs. Harry Hamhy, who recently moved to Blythevillc from Joncsboro, had a family for their children and Few New Names Listed Among World's 10 Best Dressed Women of 1949 NEW YOI1K, I3CC. 'J8. M!>j — The 1Q49 list ot the world's 10 best- dre.sscd women was ont today, antl il metis u lot like last year's list. I Only two newcomers are on ihe | roster of fine fashion. They are! Broadway stugc slar Mary Martin and Mrs. Kinuman Douglas, Hie former Adrtc Astaire, of Midiheburg. MILK AND A HONEY—Who cares about the New York water shortage.? Not this comely Golhamile who gives the city's "baihless Friday" edict a big ha-ha as she resorts to an age-old beauty rite— a milk bath. Heading; thc list for the second consecutive year is Mrs. William '•. Paley, slender, brunette wife of the I head of the Columbia Broadcasting System. Runnersup, as announced by the New York Dress institute yesterday. arc: 2. The Duchess of Windsor, of New York and Paris. 'J. Mis. Harrison Williams, Now York. 4. The Diu-hess of Kent. London. 5. Mis. Upland Hayward. the former Mrs. Howard Hawks, of Hollywood. [>. Mrs. William Randolph Hearst. Jr.. Washington and. New York. 7. Miss Martin, star of ••South Pacific," of Norwalk, Conn., and New York. 8. Mrs. Byron Foy. New York. 0. Mrs. Louis Arpels, Paris. 10. Mrs. Douglas. Except for Miss Martin, Mrs. Douglas and Mrs: Foy, all were on the 1948 list. Mrs. Foy was on the 1947 roster and several previous Airs. Graham Becomes Circle Three Member Mrs. Haskell Graham met as a new member with Circle Three of Calvary Baptist Church last ui«ht at the Herman May home. Mrs. Bessie Oarrett wns the group's only guest. Mrs. Lee Powell presided over the brief business session after Wftich fie program chairman. Mrs. Hubert Poh;grove, led the Royal Service program. Assisting with the program were Mrs. lla/el Aycock. Mrs. I.cland Hodge. Mrs. May and Mrs. P. H. Jerniijan, Mrs. Grace Calriwell gwt the Pible study. Dunn; the evening prayers were offcie.l 1-y Mrs. Aycock. Mrs. Hod;;-' an.l Mi-., Polsgrovc. In the social hour Iollow:nt; tie i!ir»!inii Mrs. May served rc.'resh- mens. I hose attending and I Mrs. Castleman Guest Withgosnell WMU Group Mrs. Cnrl Caslleman was guest, with .seven members of the Gosncll WMU at the meeting hist ni<;ht at. the Ciovsnell Baptist Church. Mrs J. T. Karnes presented the Ttoval Service program ami the de- VUtimiill. A .short business sc^lon \va.s cor.- ciiK:!or; by Mrs. I.. T. Karne.s during winch a program was nuLlined for c-nii.stim; new members. The Hireling was closed with .sen- Theronpwm meet a, the home [ M[ . s Robcrl W illiams Jan. 9 'All the King's Men' Voted Best 1949 Film NEW YORK, Dec. 28-MV-Ncw York film critics have voted "All the King's Men" the best motion picture of 1949. Other best-citation.';, voted yesterday by the group of 17 film critics of New York metropolitan dally newspapers. Included: Best actress — Olivia de Havll- land (for the second successive year), for her portrayal of the title role in "The Heiress." Best actor — Broderick Crawford, for his role in "All the King's Men." Best director — Carol Reed, fot his direction of (he British film "The Pallen Idol." Best foreign language picture — "The Bicycle Thief," an Italiai film. Coming Events Social Calendar Thursday Mrs. R. A. Copetand hostess to Blythcville Rook Club. Mrs. Ocoree Saliba. Jr., compliments Thursday Rook. Thursday Night Club meets with Mrs. Holland Akin. Avalnn Bunco plays at Join Clouse home. Friilaj Mrs. G. O. Hoeu entertains Friday Contract. C. B. C. meets wltli Mrs. Paul By in tn. Saturday Club 23 has New Year's Eve Dance nt Hotel Noble at 9 p.m. Officers will be hosts and hostesses. uthersviiic: Mr. and Mrs u M. Burns of Farmim:t«ll, Mo.'; , Mr and Mrs. joe L. llamby and dang Her. Nancy Jo, of Blytheville: .Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hamby and fam- kii'l r'l'-VT; H(! . lc " A ""- V"' 1 l> Chares of Leaehville; (u ,<l ftr. and Mrs Jew V. Hninby niui child. ren, Michael, Greg and Julia Aim. of lyler. Texas. Guests atlendinr; the reunion were Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Patterson and Mr. and Mrs James Hicks of Joncsboro. Baby List Grows; Teresa Ann Elkins Born Cm,li,u,in K the new habv Ynlc s-ift list L, the dauehter Ijorn' to Mr. !j,, lc | Ml . s . orvlllc O Klkins Jr of Hnnktey Dec. 24 at Walls Hospital. | The baby has been named Teresa | Jean. Mrs . Klkins )s thc torn , cr MISS Willn B cnc Daws. Mrs. Elkins is now at thc home of parents 914 Hc.irn. Teresa .Iran will remain In ! an incubator at the hospital for Mime time. Ar I'hr hW'-i^ls Blythcville Hospital . Baby Autcn, Citv. Kay Shearin. city. Jim Price. City. Glen Healy. Citv. A. R. Davis, city. Mrs. Mi'iide Collins. City. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Marilyn Colcman, Dell. Mrs. James Morgan and CarnthersvlHe. Mrs. O. O. Elkins. City. Mrs. a. E. Tiner and baby. Car- uthersvillc. Mrs. Paul Lipford and baby, City. Bobby Ashmore. City. Mrs. Pat Raourk, Rt. 3. baby. Japan has 8.000,000 radio receiving sets. norrow's Paper For Our Announcement of the of SHOES IN BLYTHEVILLE'S HISTORY FAMILY SHOE STORE Marriage Licenses The following couples obtained marriage licenses at the office of Miss Elizabeth Blythe. county clerk yesterday: Avon Wilson and Miss Dorlee Thorp, both of Dell. Thomas Lynn and Miss Cartene Wright, both of Manila. German Actor HI VIENNA, Dec. 2S. (AP) _ Em ,, Jamilngs, famous German K s:lor was reported critically 11) today at his country home on the \Volf. gangssee In the U.S. Occupation Xone. Continuous Shows Box Office Opens 1:4J Show Starts 2:00 10:00 a.m. 12:« p.m. f.3« D! LISTEN TO KLCN Last Time Today Always Leave Them Laughing ivilii Milton Brrlc and Virginia Mayo Selected Shurl Subjecta Continuous Showlni everyday Thursday & Friday Paramount News 4 Selected Shorlt Continuous Showing Everyda)W Once a forest country. Great Britain now has less than five per cent of its area classed as woodland. Head Co W Stuffiness For almost instant relief, put a few Vicks Va-tro-nol Nose Drops in each nostril Va-tro-nol works right where stuffy trouble is.' | It opens up cold- u clogged nose . . . relieves stuffiness . . . and lets you breathe again. Try it. VICKS DROPS Show starU 1:00 Box ORice Opens 6:45 Bargain SMjIil Evcrj Nllhl '•" Except Saturday iSu passes honored on Sunday at The KOXY Last Time Today Cry of the City wilh Victor Mature and Richard Conte Selected Short Subject* ^^ Thursday & Friday MJU1REEN mm GLORIA mm. em mi\m Seleclcil Short Subject FAMOUS ONCE-A-YEAR EVENT! 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