The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 29, 1949 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR lU.YTHEVUXE (ARK.) COURIKR NEWS THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1949 QCA Jane Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Surprise Party Given At W. R. Overtoil Home O. E. Salncrs, minister of the Church of Christ in Hell, was honored recently nt the W. R. Overton home hi Cell when members of the church met fur a surprise shower nnd jmvly. During the evening, games, under the direction of Miss nail Overton, wore played with prizes being .warded. At tbe conclusion of the evening the host and hostess served a sandwich plate and iced drinks. Miss Sawyer Is Wed In Christmas Eve Rites Miss Billie Jean Sawyer, rtaiiRhter of Mrs. Annie Mac Sawyer, of Blytheville. ln'cnme the bride of Dennis Campbell of Memphis In a single rinjr ceremony performed Christmas We in osceola. The bride wore a street length dress of powder blue faille with black and white accessories. She wore a corsajjc of pink rosebuds. Mrs. Campbell Ls n graduate of Burdette High School and his since that time been employed with Shibley's Hesb Flour Co., and S. H. Kress C.O. Mr. Gampbell attended Memphis schools and is now employed in Memphis. The couple will make their home In Memphis. G//ts Sent to Veterans By Legion Auxiliary Members of the American Legion Auxiliary contributed 23 sifts to be sent lo veterans at the LaMarr Veterans Hospital in Memphis during the Yule season. It was announced today by Mrs. E. A. Rice, welfare chairman. Mrs. Hice also nnnonnced thnt. during the past year 1200 used Chrismas cards have been sent to the Crippled Children's Hospital, Little Rock and the Slmner's Crippled Children's Hospital in St- Louis. These cards are used for occupational work. Two Small Residents Undergo Tonsilectomies Today is lonsilcctotny clay at Walls Hospital. John Bryant Pill. son of Mrs. Annabel! Fill, and Florence Ambrose, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Ambrose, underwent ton- silectomies this morning nt the hospital. Their condition is satisfactory. MAKI(U:i) UlX'KNTl.Y — Mli. Dennis Campbell of Memphis was before her manJ..S4C Christmas Eve in Osccola Miss liillic Jean Sawyer, daughter of Mrs. Annie Mac Sawyer of ijlylhcvilic. Mr. and Mrs. Campbell are now at home in Memphis. Out-of-Town Residents Attend Butt funeral Among the out-of-town visitors in lilythcviHe Monday for the funeral of Mrs. A. M. RulV were Mrs. Ku[;ent! Do/.irrr and Mr. ami Mrs. War-lie Black of Little Rock, George Cross. Jr., of .Sacrcmeuto, Calif.. Bill Cross, Tayetteville; Mrs. Estelle Conk Volltncr, Memphis; Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Harp;r. Stccle, Hubby Jne Harper. Rrgcnoltl Harper. p.:id Baxter Reulhern of Sleclo. and Mr and Mrs. Frank Harper of Hot Springs. Attending from Cariithersvllle ft'erc Judne and Mrs. M, R. Rowland. Mr. and Mrs. Hd James. Mrs. Pete Peterson. Mr. ;nid Mrs. Iver- jon Michie. Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Castles, Mr. and Mrs. Ncal Helm. Mr and Mrs. John White, Dyer Byrd James Reeves, Geoige K. Reeves. James T. Ahern. Leonard Lin- ijough and R. C. Mnlliniks. SIX TO FOURTEEN Coming Events Social Calendar rrid.xv Mrs. G. O. Poet/, entertains Friday Contract. C. B. C. meets with Mrs. Pau Byrum. Saturday Club 28 has Nc\v Year's ]?v Dance at Hotel Noble nt 9 p.m. Of Ikers will he hosts and hostesses. At 'Hie Hospitals niytucvitle Hospitals Dismissed: Wiiliam J, Canirell, City Mrs E. B. Byrd. City William Robert Wylie, City James Kavris, City Annie MHC Jac'ri-on, City Murray Hamtnock. City Mr*. Archie Edwards. Cooler \Vnlls Hiispital Mr.-i. Bl^n Heath and baby, Cit> Olaii Johnson, Steele Mrs. ' B. J. Wright nnd bab, Steele Mildred Muslon, City Bits of News * WE, THE WOMEN * By Kulh MIllcU, HKA Staf! Writer Work, NotWhining, Will Get Girl Things She Craves Mi.ss Joyce Gill, who Ls R student t Southwestern Hnptist Seminar" oil Worth, Texas, Is the holiday ucst of her mother, Mrs, B. G. GDI, ml family. Miss HiiiTiet Woodsurn f OUlstown, Maine, who Is also n ludent at the Seminary, is a house- up st of Miss Gill nnci family. They Ian to return to school Jun. 2. M r. a j id M rs. Ray Pr j cs t- am auglUer of Sheffield, Ala., speni - holidays in Dell as pucst o. . A. J. Signian anti other- reJa- ive.s. M r. n nd Mrs. J Im Picket t a nd amiiy of Chicago, were the Yutc uesls of Mr. J'iekell's aunt, Mrs 3. O. Gilt and family. Edwin Siubblefield of McKenzic 'eim., is visiting litre as guest of •ILss Millie Chambers and family if. ami Mrs. VV. C. Shear in ant Mr. and Mrs. Buster Sigman of lemplils were the weekend guesb f Air. Sicilian's family, Mrs. A. J iginan and family. Daniel H. Arney, Jr., son of Mr, M\ Mrs. D. H. Arney, returned VednWiday to Brooks Air Force asc. San Antonio, Texas, after be- IK the holiday guos-t of his parent* nd family. He w»s motored to Icinphis by his mother, Mrs. Aroy and sister, Miss Betty Arney Mr. a nd M rs. Russell G111 n nd on, Jimmy, and Mrs. B, G, Gil l>cnt Tuesday tn Memphis as guests f Mrs. Gill's nephew. Sol Cox, •ho is u patient at Kennedy Geneal Hosullal- Mr. nnci Mrs. A. J. Ellis and fam- y of Mm [ihfreesboio, Tenn., are Sailing here as guest of Mr. and Mrs. Quinuy O. Alexander. Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Stupes of lacksou. Mi.ss.. announce the birth if a son Dec:. 26 in a Jackson hos- >ital. The baby, who is their second ,hild, has not been named. They e smother son. Hob Tipton. Mrs. Mr, and Mrs. Hugh Harbert of -.ubbock, Texas, and Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Bmmdrant of Fort. Worth. J'ex., have returned to their homes ifter having visited here as guests )f Mr, and Mrs. Charley Lutes and family and other relatives. While n Blylhevilh! the group also visited relatives in Lutesville, Mo. Mrs. Udell Ncwsoin mid son, Joe, ind Miss Joyce Gill spent Tues•lay in Tunica, Miss., as guest of Mr. and Mrs. J, I,. Newsoin. Dr. and Mrs. John Q. Elliott re- Lun\ed home lust nigh I from Grossc Pqintc Farms, Mich., where they vcre called following the denlli of klrs. Elliott's mother, Mrs. B. K. Taylor Saturday. The funeral wns conducted Tuesday wilh liiu-inl In :he Wcitultau'n Cemetery. While in Grossc E'ointc, Dr. and Mrs. Elliott were the guests of Mrs. Elliott's brother, B. E. Taylor, Jr., RECKN'T H1UI1R — Mrs. P a II Story was before her marriage liisl week Miss Emily Turner, elaugliici of Mrs. Mary 'I'urner of PovtiVi;! 1 ville. The couple were marrier Thursday In a ceremony pcrformcc in tlie Methodist Church i>f Pis- KOlt. Ark. Mr. Story, a student :it Cape Giiavttcau Tcucheis College is the son of Mr. ami Mrs. D. w Auhlcnbcrg of Jackson, Mo. Betty Lou Retains Courage and Faith But Gives Up Hand MEMPHIS. Tetin., Dec. 29—MV- Betty Lou Marbury. ^ ten-ye-.u-okl picture of courage and faith, lay resting today from the ope •• ft lion, that took her diseased right hand. by 1 Sue Burnett Couple Married After 'Delay' of 46 Years KANSAS CITY, Dec. ^l-f,7V- romance interrupted after they m 46 years HZO in Gentry, Ark., ended | In the marriage of lien F- Coiley, i St. Joseph, Mo,, and Mrs. Kihcl Thompson, Long flench. culiE. The cmiplE met in 100') but lo.st track of each other. Last Fall, Mrs. Thompson, gointf through fin album, ran across Corley'.s picture and wrote to him at Gentry. HP was unknmvn there, but the postmaster checked and Fin ally for- warcird ilic letter to Coney at St. Jo.sr-ph, v.heie he o]K.T,v,rs a restaurant. Vile \vet1 din s took place here nt the home of Corley's sou, J. Hud:-,on Corloy. Here's a darling school or party chrss for girls of four to fourteen years vho like their clolhcs to be up-to-flic-mimito. The pietty yoke is in contrast atui is trimmed with tiny ruffling to match the sleeves Pattern No. 8401 is a sew-rite perforated pattern in s\?,e.s 4. 6. B, 10. 12. and H years. i?\7.e 6, 1 r -i y»rds of 39-inch;" '•'* yatd contnisl: 2 yards purchased ruffling. For this lifittcrn, send 25 cents TU COINS, your name, artdvcw. si'/,e ntisircn and the PAlTRRN NOM- KKR. to Sue Burnett. Courier News, 530 South Wells Street. Chicago 7, 711. Send 25 cents today for the new Frill a n d Winter FASHION (M ]j.^s;('s o; smart iunv styles .special hMtnrcs. Pri v e patU-rn printed In- sldc the book. McClellan Honored in Camdcn '. Ark, Dec. 2!)—M'r - F'YHniv to'iviiMnrn of u. K. S»'t\- Jolin L. McClellan honored iiirn hen: last nii:ht. Dr. and ^^^K. K. J. Uyrd rntn- Inined nf. a dinner, which some 100 FCT.POHS attended. Afteiuard McClcllan spnkc to a larac lUidiencc at Municipal Auditorium. Tlie senator said that tin \vill r.'k for a billion dollar cut in MtUMiaU plan muds in 13.iO, mri family. Dr. anri Mrs. W. F Brewer have /e turned-"" fro m Dallas. Texas, where they spent Ilic Yule holidays with : rehitivcs. j Mr. aiid Mrs. Charles Ray New- I comb were in Hayti yesterday for the funeral of the mother of Mrs. Lloyd HiU of DPS Mumts, Iowa, formerly of Blythcville. Tiie Rev, and Mrs. W. P. Cooley and children. David and Carol, of ltn:-:.selh'ille, rctni'ucd to then* home yesterday niter being the holitlav guests of their parcMiUs. Mr. imil Mrs. P. E. Cooley and Mr. nnd Mrs M. T. Moon. Mrs. Ebb Spradley left Wednesday lor Long Bench ami Simla Monica, Calif., when; she will he the Riicsl of her niece. Mixs Kathy i AUuerti. Mrs. Spradley plans to rc- 1 lurti in about two weeks. The Rev. and Mrs. W. P. pu/.- liii^h and children. Jorthm and \Ta- ricm, nHurncd Wednesday from Pine BhifT wlicre they hu'd spent several days as guests of relatives. Mrs. Kate Tui-ck rcluvncd yesterday from Rayville, I.a . where :.he was t)\e holiday guest of her daughter. Mrs. Henry Cocnen and family. She wr»s Rtcouijianied to BIylhoi-Jllc by her daughter who plans lo remain for several days Lloyd Stith of Kansas City. "MO.. ... visiting here as gue.s' of Mis-s Vi ruin in SwciirenKen and her parents. Mr. n n d Mrs. Herbert N T SwearejiKCii. Kr. and f;iniily. Miss Rwe.'irctigen aii(i Mr. Smith nre stLi- <Jenl.s nl the- University of Arkiin- sas, l-'ayetteville. knowing it was "the wilt of God The CAH.C Iiro\vnsviHe, Tenii.. furui girl's condition wns tltveribed good. Slie was beiny aucnded three special nurses. T h e amputation, net:essjiry save her life, was <Umc yesterday. A malignant bone tumor was the caiiic of the trouble. Doctois here nnd in Bn:.ton were 1 consulted before it \VH.S dcculed that to take the hand, between the wrist, and elbnvv, was impunitive to keep the malignancy from spread- [ intj. Betty's childish faith didn't wa- ; ver befove or utter (.lie ojteiatlon, \ which came nearly a month from j the day she wrote a letter to the j Commercial Appeal asking tlie nu- \ lion's prayers that she wouldn't , have to lose her tmiul- i After shaking off the effects of : anesthetic, Betty greeted her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clay Marbury, and the hospital chaplain, (be Rev. ; K. P. Lomtin, with one ol her I typical smile.'?. Loman said her spirit nnd shnpk' faith throughout the ordeal could "be an example to the nation." She was calm from the time her father told her its was ncce.^iiry to amputate. She expressed her attitude in these mortis; "If the Lord wants my liiinci that's all right with me. 1 * "Whul cun we> do aiwut ourselves? It\s aljnost like a fever to crave attention, pretty clothes aiul attractive .surroiimlings, 1 * writes 16-ycar-oM yir] in answer lo a column T wrote recently about, an- oihcr teoti-ai^er who Is making her mother rnisraniblc lay her contempt for everyihiiiH hfr family is ;ibte to offer hf-r. Kou* Ihej-f'.s a .sensible question The whole family t-an't chanyc tx suit u diNsuLi.-iiJt'd teen-a(?cr. IIu 1 a t-ceu-iiiior {.-.m do a lot to fulfil or still that feverish ctavinff foi ''attention, pretty rlotlies and ul tractive .surrrninriinfts." Let's .start with the craving fo atteniii'ii. To lie sine some teen uijt'ra got attention from other, their own »ue because tlieir parent for spreading prujjt around", slip ances, fancy cars, and loU o parties. But that isn't the kind of at tention that i. s lasting or leads t real fripitcbhl]>s or gives n lecri-agc real self-eonfidencc- The kind tha comus Itas to ho. worked, for nnd won by the tecn-ascr. Tn every school there are .sludents w h o, without being pushed by their parents, make themselves popular through their own work, initiative, ability and personality. ; Xulhiiij; Wroiiff With Wanting AS for pretty clothes. It's only nnrtnal for a f-irl to crave those. And if she is smart and up-and- coming sht'U do something about getting them. If there isn't enough money for pretty clolhes for you, how about earning a little extra money yourself? And do you sew? If not— you'd better learn. Plenty o£ teenagers today are well-dressed bc- CEUISC they make and make ov,-r the clothes xhey wear. Also, a lot more than clothes poes td make the well-dressed look. Such thinE-'.s as ^roomin« and graceful cai'iiaur; itnd knowing a thiiu; cwo about color. Those don't jammm • \ :„ Resort Sun Beams^BOn New Designs ^ ..^.^ 7 ^..,-^—-i*-?..,... , ~ .,..........,, Htunnr breaks inlo print tn add its fun to new playclothes. Anuising roosters, hens and chicks in vivid colors srainjifr over the wliite cotton plav shirt sho\vu (Icfl 1 wilh green rayon pedal pushers. On the halter-styled blur linen bra. which is teamed with culled snurb and ^wc^vci-style CMXtlj^LUi (riijlil), is cniblaionetl a grinmng sun gotl Jn yellow print. make some plan-s I '"stead of feeling sorry for your- to co.it anything, except in time and tails. i A daughter who offers to help fix Now nhrmt vour borne. It Ixn'i \ IJ " lu ' r ho«ic. instead of just com- enou^'h to think rcbelhoiusly "Mo- 1 plaining hccau.se it doesn't s\ht her, thc'r = ;mrt n:td ousjht to do sume-| i! > S oin s at the problem in a con- thiny." Isn't there something you}-'*™ 011 ™ way. can do yourself? | W° pilch in and do something If you i\ould time,>. when there never seems lo covering furniuire, etc.. and agree tn help hue the work tnroiiRh. you inii;iit RC*. snino real co-operation frcin your mother- Mothers get discouraged some- IhevilU? ami O->cei>la for March. be ejiou^ii money for everything nnd never enough time to do H! yourself the next. minute and ashamed of 1HJS KILLS ITS DIUVtR MARSEILLE —f>V>— Doinlnlquo Fiiggiani, 41-year-old trolley b u .j driver, was checking his motor when the vehicle star ted moving, ran over him and killed him. His wife, who was conductress o[ ih6 same bus, witnessed the accident. dt- ! tut; things that need to lie done. Style 3251—14Vz to 24!i Brown with Blue Red with Grey Green wilh Grey Welfare Department Payments Not to Be Cut LITTLE ROCK, Dec. 20 (A v \ A move to slash expenses by the Arkansas Welftvvc Department not affect payment to needy clients Tiiis \\a.s explained by officials o: the department after Governor M<:Math reported yesterday the a^'oncv pspucts a Sl,B'.i<),000 savings Ui it.- openititig budget. Welfare Coinmis.siotier Mi's. Itrn- ry Bcihell said money nnt .spent ioi relief purposes this year will lit 1 carried over until the 1050-51 tLsui year and \viil be di.stril)iited thi-n. Most of the department's savinf;- will be a matter of biK>kkcrpiih; . . . retaining money for spending next year. Welfare Finance Officer i>makl A, Bripgs, however, the departJiicir hopes lo save about S'J5,00!) in administration and other expenses. Arkansan Killed WEST MEMPHIS. Avfc., Dec, ? —,,1',— Keilh Kaiinard of I HI Rock was killed last ninht win h i s automobile sir nek a 1 abutment on Highway 10 some 10 miles west of here. In the United Stales. R7 per cent, of the farmers ha^e automobiles and 36.5 per cent have trucks. l 0 " uve >°" r mnnc Y h «^- CREOfVlULSJON forCouglis.CliestColds.Bronchiti* SAVE MONEY nith GUARANTEED SHOE REPAIR Shmv Starts l-.OO Ho.v OITice Opens 6:(S narjjain S'lfilil Kvcrj Nighl K.^cepl S^tllril.iy No passes honoreit on Sumla; The KOXV Thursday & Friday mm CLDRIA mm BIU mm Selected Short Suijccl Conlinuoii.s Shows Box Office Opens 1 :-Vn Show Slarfs 2:00 \0:f)0 a.m. v;:ln p.m. 1:30 ri.m l.1ST!:.\ TO KLCN Thursday & Friday FRIDAY NIGHT, DIG. 30th *%?%*&<>** ,M ,^ -~11 t-.Vn 'J-m ^J?_Jf Paramount N"c\ts *t 8cltr,lctl Sl>nrls Continuous Showing Everyday Fine Broadcloth A now nnd Tiinisu.il luillon treatment to make slim and Ivim llio wnist of tliis : J'[ coat dress. Nnv.4 pockets and collar. Beautiful color tones in exclusive broadclolli print. So young looking IN PERSON! The Sophislicaletl Swing of , ranc UL and his * ( So u the r nai res x 10 PC. ORCHESTRA, FEATURING Ray McCann — Drums "Spud" Capers — Vocalist Per Couple $ 2 Per Couple THE FLY-INN Blytheville Air Base

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