The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 4, 1950 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 4, 1950
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PAGE TWO KI.YTTTKVnXR (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Jane Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Mrs. Regenold Joins Tuesday Bridge Club Mrs. E. M. Rcgciiold met as B new member of the Tuesday Bridge Club yesterday when Mrs" O. M, Smart was hastens to the club at her home on Walnut. Centering the dining table was a low silver bowl from which brimmed carnations, snapdragons and spring flowers. In the bridge game, Mrs, Charles Crigger won high and Mrs. Doyle Henderson second high. During the afternoon Mrs. Smart served a dc&scrt course. Surprise Shower Given At Sorority Meeting - Plnns lor the new year's work wore discussed by !he eight members present nt the meet in R last night of tlie Alpha Beta Chapter of Ep.sllon SigniR Alpha sorority. The group met at the home uf Mrs. Ray Ewincy. Immediately following the dismissal the group honored Mrs. Hus- scll Blackwell with a surprise shower, Mrs. B] tick we 11 wa s bs f o re her recent marriage Miss Peggy Reed. During the evening Mrs. Swiney served n salad course and iced drinks to her guests who wore seated in the entei taining room which was decorated with holly and poln- Bettias. Demonstration Presented Beta Sigma Phi Group Household cleaning preparations were demonstrated last night at the meeting of the Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Pin when Mrs, Richard Osborne was hostess to 14 members at her home. 1611 Hearn. The demonstration w,\s presented by Mrs. Alma Scherer. • A short business meeting was | conducted by the president, Mrs. : Frances Gammiil, following the. , demonstration, ' During the evening the hostess, j nssisted by Miss Mary Gay, served ' refreshments. Mrs. Gesell Fetes Club, Guests At Country Club Two guests met with members of LR Petite when Mrs. Nenl aesell was hostess to the club yesterday at the Country Club. Mrs. O. p. Blakemore and Mrs. Lloyd Whltta- ker were the club's guests. In the game. Mis. Blakemore won high and Mrs.' Whlttaker second high. . ' During the afternoon Mrs.'Gcscll eerved R dessert course. SMART TWO PIECER a^fr-y, 3 Sue Burnelt A well styled two piece dress to pep up your winter wardrobe. Slanted 'lines are accented with large novelty buttons, the slit shirt is pencil slim. You'll rate a round of applause. Pattern No. 85HC Is a sew-rlte perforated pattern for sUcs 12, 14, 16, Ifl. 20; -10 Hllil -12. Size 14, short sleeve, 4!« yards of 3ft-lncli. For this pattern .send 25 cents, In COINS, your name, address, sii^e desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News. 530 South Wells Street, Chicago 7. Don't miss the new FASHION. The Fall and winter issue will delight you with Us up-to-the-minute, ensy to make frocks for all the family. Free gift pattern printed inside the book. 25 cents. La Nueve, Guests Meet At Melvin Halscll Home La Nueve and three guests met last night at the Melvin Hnlsell home for n dessert bridge. Guests meeting with the group were Mrs. Jimmy Lee Brooks, Mrs. Jack Charnblln and Mrs. M. N. Young of Danville, Va.. houseguest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Buck. Preceding the evening game, Mrs. Halsell served a dessert course, to her guests who were seated In rooms In which was arranged greenery and potted plants. In the games Mrs. Brooks won high and Mrs. Coleman Stevens second high. Mrs. Young was also presented a gilt from her hostess. • • * DC// WSCS Has Meeting In C. H. Whistle Home Twenty-five members of the Dell WSCS of the First Methodist Church met Monday night at ihe O. H. Whistle home. Mrs. Mavis Settlcmlre gave the devotional which was based on the sixth chapter of Matthew. Following a short business meeting Mrs. R. A. Orecnway. assisted by Mrs. R. B. Crawford, iamrlit the evening's study cour>o which w,i>; taken from the book. "Mln-ion At The Grass Root." The closing prayer was led bv Mrs. E. H. Hall. The hos'rss. asskted by Mrs Sr-ttlr-mire, served a de<.sr-rt co.i^o In the social hour following Officers Are fleeted At Circle Four Meeting Mrs. Charles Lipford was hostess to members of Circle Four of Calvary Baptist Church last night nt her home for a Bible study and business meeting. Mrs. Vernon Boyd presided over the business session during which time officers for 1050 were elected. Those elected were co-chairman or the circle. Mrs. Henry Bunnell; program chairman, Mrs. J. D. Wlrt- ner; social chairman, Mrs. Charles Lipford; secretary and treasurer, Mrs. Raymond Bellcnap: community mission chairman. Mrs. Dill Shanks: and stewardship chairman. Mrs. Mark Anderson. Mrs. P H. Jernlgan was elected advisor of the group. Mrs. Bclknap led the Bible study which was taken from the lourth chapter of first John. The evening prayers were led by Mrs. Bill Shanks and Mrs. Bclknap. Refreshments were served by the hostess during the socinl hour. j At The Hospitals ' Blythevillc nisrnlsscd: Arlie French, City. Payne Flowers. Dyess. Mrs. Paul Harbaugh. City. Mrs. W. T. Davis, City. Fred Heblln. City. Joseph Smith. Portngevtlle. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. C. L. Blnyloek. Rt. 1. Mrs. H. E. Orcen. Steele. Mr.-. Floyd Kincatd and bahy ConU'r. Mrs. W. H. Johnston and baby Warden. Betty Fay Bennett, Lu.\ora. Continuous Shows liox Office Open? ! :J5 Show Slitris 2:(t() 10:00 j.m |V: 15 ,,. m .,.;,„ pm LISTEN TO KI.CN SclcclfJ Shiirl Sulijfcls Conllnutiiis ShnnhiK Kirryila; Sliu\i Shirts 7:00 Ko\ OITirr Opens 6: IS ll;ii!;;i[]i Nithl (]v<ry Nigbl Nn p.isst's hnmirrd on Sunday al The HO.\Y Time Today Unfaithfully Yours nilli Itc\ Harrison anil I.iiula n.irncll Srlerlcri Short Subjects 'I'lnirsdiiv cv- Triday Son of Frankenstein Srlrclnl Slinrl Subject Mrs. if. E. Graham lias returned 'rom Colcyvllle, Tex., where she •islted as gurst of her daughter tlrs. Tommy Tinker, Sgt. Tinker "«d family. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Hodge, Jr., have returned to Lexington, Ky' after being the holiday guests of their parents. Mr. and Mrs. n. B Hodge. Sr., and Mr. and Mrs, W M Hnynos. , Mr. and Mrs. J. [,. Caraway and daughter, Diane, of Washington, D. C., lins returned to their home after visiting here ns guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. LaFcrncy of Blylhevllle and Mrs. Kva Tengue of Manila. Mrs. Alllc Hughes has returned from Mounds, 111., where she visited as guest of her daughter Mrs. J, ». Mr. and Mrs. Bill Drode nnd Mr. and Mrs. James Thompson and son Ronnie, will leave tonight for Miami PH whore they will attend the National Air Hares. They plan to return in 10 days. Howard Bailey has returned to Arkansas Slntc College. Jonesboro after being the holiday guest of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. nailey and family. Howard, who is a freshman, was motored (o school Monday night by his father. •Miss Annette Whistle left Monday for Hendersonvllle, N. c to continue her studies at Fassijcrn where she Is a student. Dickie Edwards, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Edwards, was ndmlttocl to Memphis Baptist Hospital yesterday to undergo treatment. His condition is unchanged. Jim Lowe left last night for St. Louis where he Is a student at Washington University after being the holiday guest of his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe and family. M. T. Nance has returned from East St. Louis and SI. Louis whore M South Carolina Girl Is Named Maid of Cotton MEMPHIS, Tcnti., Jan. 4. MY-A South Carolina beauty. Kli/abetli \. McOce of Spartanburg. is 1950's Jmid new "Maid of Cotton." She won the title here last nlghl. making the judges' nod over 20 Klrls ~epresentlug the nation's 12 cotu>n belt states. TJie judges chose Grorge Ann Hicks of Edinond. Okla., as first alternate maid. Emma Cain <>f Nashville, Tenn., was named second alternate. Elizabeth, a 13-year-old student at Holton Arms Junior College in Washington, 13.C,, will act as King Cotton's goodwill ambassador during the next six months. She'll cover some 40.000 miles by plane and train, visit 40 cities in a coast-to-coast tour and make flights to England and France. Her prizes as maid, besides (he tour. Included a shiny new convertible mid a complete wardrobe '!<•signed by top-HIght fashion experts —with the accent on cotton. The new maid, who succeeds suo Howell of Hakersfietd, Calif., leaves for New York City tomorrow. . he spent several weeks as guest of 1 relatives. Condition of o. O. Matthews who has been seriously III at Ills home on Ash for some time Is unchanged. Manila Represented At Auxiliary Meeting Bight members of the Manila Legion Auxiliary were guests of the Blytheville Auxiliary at the regular meeting held last night at the Legion Hut. The Manila group, which was recently organized, visited the Blylhevllle Post to observe procedures. The meeting was opened with .he advancing of colors by the scr- jeant at arms, Mrs. Oarland Moody. Opening prayer was given by the •haplaln. Mrs. Ben Clune. after which the group repeated the Pledge or Allegiance to the Flag and the Preamble of the Constilu- lon, .... Mrs. Jess-Russell, president,, prc- ;lded over: the .business meet ing during which the secretary. Mrs. Sam Godwin and the treasurer, Mrs. James Niersthelmcr, made rc- porU. Two new members of the Blythc- vllle Post were present [or the mcet- "g. The meeting was closed with the retiring of colors by Mrs. Moody. In the social hour following the dismissal refreshments were served. Calvary Circle Elects . New Officers for Year Officers for the new year wore elected last nlcht at the nieetliiR of the Bmluess Women's Circle three of Calvary Uaplist Church when the group met with Mrs. Don Aycock. "Christ for The World We Ring Then" was the opening song followed by prayer which was led by Mr S J. M. Ross. "Missionary Work" was Ihe title of the devotional which was givci by Mrs. Herman May. Mrs. Hubert Polsgrove, progrnrn chairman, presided during the busl ness meeting whcin the group elected new officers. Those elected were chairman, Mrs. Hubert Polsgrove membership chairman. Mrs. Let; Powell; program chairman. Mrs. Howard Caldwell: secretary and treasurer. Mrs. I,, c, Hollison: mission study chairman, Mrs. Herman May: community mission chairman. Mrs. J. M. Ross: and social chairman, Mrs. Don Aycock. The closing prayer was said hv Mrs. May. In the social hour follnwing Ihe hostess, assisted by Miss Dorothy Lee Roni.irm. served a salad plate and iced driuks. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1950 RAIN-CATCHER - Tuned to New York's water short;ij(o Is this hat of paper cups and plalos worn by "Miss Water Conservation of 1B5U." Miss W C in real life is Belly liridgers imd her tipsy topper was designed lor an "all-paper" luncheon where new water-saving dishes' wort; introduced. Coming Events Social Calendar Portageville News By Mrs. lUymond Toombs Phone 220 Nru- year's Party The Carter and Hayward Home Economics club.s entertained Saturday with their annual hot tamalc supper and wateh party. Guests were husbands and members and the and Mrs, Clark Leonard to Mrs. Huzold Wright hostess Avalon bunco Club Thursday club meets at the Country Club. Mrs. H. ft. Akin hostess to Thursday Night Club. Blythevtlle R<x>k meets with Mrs Russell Wcrl. Mrs. Neville Bkikemorc hostess to Thursdav of Hayward and Mr. and Mrs Floyd Hamlett of caruthersvllle. The supper was served at 11:15 and the Res'. Mr. jjconard offered prayer as the new year came in. Illllls-Ciirlls Wedding A marriage of Interest to many In this area occurred during the holiday season when Miss Venlta Hlllls became the bride of Bill Curtis in a quiet crrcmnnj at Piggott, Ark. Mrs. Curl is. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Hlllis, Is a graduate of Murston High School. Mr. Curtis, son of Mr. and Mrs E. A. Cuni 1 :. i.s employed hy the Walker Plumbing and Heating Company hei C-. r'I'A Adonis I'rnjrct For their second project the Por- ..igerille PTA voted to assist 111 . seeming a county health unit for i iVe',v MjxdrUl County, The organlza- ! tion will have to secure a petition | CNiryiii!- 7 the names of ten per cent ' of thf'.-e \vho voted In the last glib*: inuorial election. This petition [ will call (or an election on the health unit, it must be approved by ! a uo-third.s majority If Its Is to be ei^ihle for state assistance. Tiie unit would be composed of , oj:u (Nn tor. one icgistercd nurse, j O;TC s:init,uion officer and one clerk i I)P!:I:!« of tlie organization's ef- ] forts will be announced later. j Surial .Vnlos Ha/rl Sutherland entertained uitii a dinner, theater and bii!]'r:ii<tf i:f<!tv Thursday evening Onrsts iiv'hided Mary Lynn Marr. Marv Kllen Merrill and Rosemary De Lisle. Miss Lillian De Lisle entertained with a bunking party at her home Kiuurciay niuht. Tlie girls attended ' the midnight show and enjoyed IriU' snack before retiring. Guests j Lou Luker, Betty June Mary . In the liome at Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Drcrup Wednesday. Guests of Miss Nancy Poster at a watch party In her home Saturday night were Patricia Hawkins. Dora Woods, Betty Phillips, Rodney Reaves, Joe Carter and Roy Henton. The Dobc club met Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Drerup. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Francis Teroy. Pmes went to Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Workman and Mr. and Mrs. Teroy. Guests at a dinner In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Marr were Mrs. William Burch and daughter, Julie, of St. Louis; Mrs. Lil Sapor- Ita of Riverside, Oallf, Mrs. Helen May and Mrs. Ida Marr. Tlie New Madrid County sub- district of the Methodist Youth Fellowship will meet Monday at 7:30 in the Methodist Church her* The Sunbeam Band of the Ban list Church will meet Thursday at 3:30 pin. In the church. Thursday the quarterly meeting of the associatloual WMU win hj held at (he Baptist Church here The Musonio Lodge will meet Thursday evening. The missionary 'society of tli» Baptist Church will meet Monday at tiic church and the Brotherhood will met Tuesday night. Missionary society officers will be Installed at the Sunday night worship service, Mrs. Dick Wilson, president of the Carter Home Economics club, will have an 6 o'clock breakfast Friday morning for new officers. 37 Attend Baptist WMU Business Meeting Thirty-one members of the WMTJ of the First Baptist Church met Monday afternoon at the church for a brief business meeting During the afternoon officers rc^f ports were made and work for 1950 was discussed. Prayers were ted by Mrs. Walter Bishop and Mrs. Charles Evans. -..,. Rook Club. : .. ,,... ......,.< .^ Nu ] J h] Mu .sorority meets <,vith ' included Mary Miss Jane Shelum at 7:30 p.m. ; JnniKan. Joan Simmons. Mrs. M. O. U.srcy hostess to Mid- Catlicy. of Slkeston, and Week Club ; Ellen Merrill. Friday I Ml.-s N'micy Foster and Cadet ' Dorcas Sumi;:y .School Class tif the n^'by Bullington were at a First Baptist Church will meet at <!n "«' ;1 < 'he Maiden Air Base Fri- | 2:30 p.m. for the regular business cl ">' niKnt when Mr. and Mrs Guy 1 and social incctiiig. < Haskins entertained for their riau- Al])ha Delta Chapter of Beta Sig- ishter. Ann. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Regular Meeting Held By Lake Street V/SCS "Sweeter As The Years Go By" was the opening song of the WSCS meeting of the Lake Street Methodist Church when the group met at the church Monday afternoon. Mrs. Billy King, president, presided over the business session during which time reports by various officers and committees were made. Mrs. Iver.son Morris was the lead er for the study session which was entitled, "Japan Begins Again." The meeting was dismissed with prayer which was led by Mrs. J. W Maloney. Concrete Culvert Tile Sizes up lo 36 in. Corrugated Metal Culverts Si/cs up lo 84 In. Automatic Hood Gales Concrete Seplic Tanks Aluliil Soplic Tanks Sewer Tile lies! Prices We Deliver A.H.WEBB me'm-nr ni ni S(:l , r Mnr Phone 111 ma Phi meets in the Colonial Roo of Hotel Noble at 2:30 p m Chapter "N" of PEO Sisterhood . . . . Bisrkovitz accompanied the couple. Miss Helen May Clarahan of St Louis, hnmc for the holidays, en- mets with Mr.s. John Ca\idi!l at 2 . tcrtamed memliers of the Merry p.m. [ Matrons bridge club at the home of her parents Friday afternoon with C. B. C. Club meets Alvin Hardy. Friday Contract Club meets with Mrs. G. O. Poeu. her ; Mrs. Jess Marr was guest. Prizo 1 went to Mrs. Marr. Mrs. Arthur i Drcrun. .Mrs lienard De Lisle. Mrs J. H. Workman and Mrs. Leo Kllll- Oovernme.U statisticians estimate ^"Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Dacus and hat the rat population of the U. S. children of Slkeston Mr. and Mrs Is at least MO.000.000. about equally Bernard Reckcr and Mr and Mrs divided between farm and city. Vincent Hecker were dinner guests f HOUR SERVICE • • ("• V SPO/CS stcfp rowGHr.^ /" J 1 Itcllcvn stuffy head tiiis e<;,».y wny. Put a few Vicks Vn-tro-nol Nose Drops in cucH noslri!. 2 Vu-tro-noI brings relief i/iscL-oHrf-T.. nwkes breathing easier... invites rcxtful steep. Try it I ¥!CKS NOSE DROPS Drivers Ask for cither while or colored driver Nine cabs al your service. 2100 CAB CO. A friendly liost to wherever you go, refresh at the familiar red cooler ,t for It ftl/lfl' l:/JV . , . }H •marks n:f'>>i \nt ti. fi O T T I E n Unfits AUTHORITY OF IHE COC*-COIA COWPAHY OY BLYTHtv'iLLE CGCA-Cu^A i,o COMPANY WALLY Presents GOSPEL & SPIRITUAL ALL-NIGHT SINGING -LEGION HUT- TONSGHT8P.M. Four Famous QuarSeifes: WALLY FOWLER And His Oak Ridge Quartet THE RANGERS Famous Quartet THE GOODMAN FAMILY Famous Kentucky Singers FRED MAPLES, Hormoneers Of AHanta, Ga. Gen. Adm. Child 50c—Adults 75e Reserved Seats $1.20 Doors Open at 6:30 p.m. In England It's the Chemist Shop In France It's the Apothecary Shop In BlytheYtlle It's BARNEY'S S For Expert Prescription Service ^OPENING SOON Blythoville f LCWER MART & Corsage Flowers Our Specially SHEET METAL WORK- * - — — - - OF ALL KINDS Custom work for s i,.s. alfalfa mills, nil mills. Custom Shearing up ID 1 | j nc h Frank Simmons Tin Shop H7 - S """' 2(i51 PRIVATE ROADS OR ANY EXCAVATION S.J.COHEN faontmctor LYNCH BLDG. BLYTHEVILLE ARK. ( f :

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