The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 9, 1950 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, January 9, 1950
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FACE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, JANUARY », Jsne Sholton, Society Editor Phone 44G1 Miss Nabers' Engagement To Mr. Elliott Told The engagement of Miss Mary Jo Nabers to Oscar Thomas KllioH, Jr., was announced today by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Nab?rs Mr. Elliott is the srm of Mrs. Matt Scruggs of Blythcville and Oscar Elliott, Sr.. of Memphis, Tenn., and the grandson of Di and , Mrs. F. B. Elliott of IJlylhevlHc. Flic formal announcement was' made Saturday afternoon when! Mrs, C. L. Nflbcrc auci Mrs. Melvin Halsell, entertaining nt the N'aber.s home at 1026 West Walnut, were hostesses to about 40 guests. Plans for the wenMlng, to bo nn event of late January, ^l De atl * nounced later. Miss Nabprs is ft p,rartntit£» of the Blythevlllc High School And Ward Belmont junior college at Nashville, Tcnn. While In hipji school she was a member of the Rvp Popper Club, Garden Club and Beta CJub. and nt Ward Belmont was a member of the Osiron Club, and secretary-treasurer ol Turf and Tad\vark, riding club. At present Mr. Elliott 1.s a student at Arkansas Stnte CoHege at Joncsboro. but will transfer to Arkansas Tech at HussellvHIc at the close of this semester. Tic Is a rm»m- ber of the Mu Phi Sicma fraternity He attended -St. Paul's School at Concordia, Mo., nnd was graduated at BlythevJHo ttiRh School, and served with the Marine Corps for several jnonths. Guests were greeted Saturday by Mrs. C. Ij. Naber.s and the engagement- announcement told by indi- vi'.ual silver foi' wedding bells, bearing the couple's names. The twin bells were tied with blue satin streamers, carrying out the silver and blue color ^scheme that dominated the decorations. The announcement tokens wore placet! on a stiver tray and passed to the guests by Miss Rosemary Johnston. Mrs. Halsell headed the receiving Jlne, Also receiving the guests were the honorce, her mother, and Mrs. Scruggs, the groom-elect's mother. Each wore shoulder corsages of white carnations tied with silver ribbon, and the honoree's was distinguished by gilt-tinged base of maline. Presiding at the table, covered with an Irish linen cutwork cloth was Mrs. Marion" Williams and Mrs. W, S. Johnston. Silver service., com- MORNING STYLE TO mzroaiK Him)*:— Miss Mary Jo .Vabers, daughter of Mr. Find Mrs. J, L. Nabers, will become the bride of O.scar Elliott, Jr., in a ceremony to be performed in late January. Miss Nabers' betrothal WAS made known at a party given Saturday afternoon by Mrs. C. L. Nabers and Mrs. Melvfn Hakcll. \IJss Damon Will Be Wed In February Ceremony Coming Events Social Calendar Miss Billie. Made Damon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Damon, is Monday today making known the plans for Band Mothers will meet at Higl her marriage to James Martin School at B p.m. Barnes of Memphis, son of the late I ' rll e Gleaners Class of the Pirs Mr. nnd Mrs. G. S. Barnes of Blytheville. The double ring ceremony will be solemnized at 4 p.m. on the alter- noon of Feb. 5 at the First Baptist Church with the Hev. E. C. Brown officiating. A musical program will he presented by L T. Moore, Jr., organist and Worth Holder, vocalist. Tapers will be lighted by Miss Alma Cain and Miss Bulonnc Jag- Bcrs. Damon h;is chosen as her matron of honor and only attendant, her sister, Mis. Eilon Poster. The bride will be. given in marriage by her father, Earl Damon. William Burroughs of Memphis will serve Mr. Barne.s as best man. Ushers will be John Charles Bright. Herbert Chilis. Jack Foster and Bob Damon all of Blythcvitle. Immediately following the ceremony, a reception for the (runtlic.s of the couple and friends will be held In the Colonial Room o! Kntel Noble. Baptist Church will meet nt 7:3n! p.m. at (he home or Mrs. C. L. Mc- Walers, 025 w. Main. Tuesday The Friendship Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church will meet at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Pat Chitmon. 3IB Walker. Mrs. Uoyrl Stickmon entertains Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gene Kstes announce the birth of a daughter >orn yesterday at Blylheville Ho.s- >ital. Tl.e baby, who Is their first child, has been named Donita Rene. Mrs, Kste.s is the former Miss \Vilene Anders of Portagevillc. Miss Billie Damon is spending :oday In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Fielder Pecry had is their weekend guests, Mrs. Peery's brother, L. I. Passmore of laldwell, Idaho. Mr. Passmore ai- •ived by plane Saiurdny In Mem- iliis and was motored lo Blytheville by Mr. and Mrs, Peery and their nephew, Hilly Passmorc Marked Tree. Other weekend guests were Mr. mid Mrs. Menl Passmore and family. Billy and Betty o Marked Tree and Mrs. Peery's mother. Mrs. Lyda Passmore Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Pecry and Billy Passmore were the Thnrsdn ind Friday guests of Mr. and Mrs Charley Brown of Greenwood, MLss Mr. "and Mrs. Everett Eubank. ind son, Jnmes Tucker, left yesterday lor Litlle Rock where Jame: Tucker \',in undergo a post-poli< :-heck-up today. His condition I v-uy good- ' Mr. and Mrs. Joe R, Friend of Memphis have returned to their homes after being the weekend giie.sts of Mr. and Mrs. Pat Layton and family. Mr. and Mrs. Friend were accompanied to Memphis by Sue I.ayton, who will remain for several days. Heard Wylie has returned to Phoenix, Art?.., to continue her studies at Brownnioote School for Girls. Sire was accompanied to Phoenix by her mother. Mrs. Hiriam Wylie, who will remain for the month of January. Miss Betty Jo Carter of Sikeslon was the weekend guest ol Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Band and family. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wc:ivcr of Elaine, Ark., were tire weekend guests of their daughter. Mrs Cecil Earls. Mr. Earls and family. Mr. and Mrs. Weaver are now visiting in Stcele and plan to return to Blythevlllc for several days' visit before their return home. Mrs. R. I. Thompson o{ Hlythc- ville accompanied her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nute Masscy. of Vina, Ala . to Fort Mead, Fla., lor several wft:-ks visit. Mrs. Dwight H. Blackwood, District President of the Arkansas Women's Missionary Union: Mrs. R. II. Jones, Associational Superintendent of Mississippi county; Mrs. Emmctt Cross, Keiser, Youug People's Leader, and Mrs. Ebb Carson BIythevillc. Association^ Mission Study Chairman; are in Little Rock this" week attending the annual Leadership Conference being HKCOMKS BKIDR—Mrs. Hurley J*. Schultz was before her marriage on Dec. 30, .\Ms.s Judy Hensoli, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marlon C. Heiison of Caruthcrsville. Mr. Ark. * WE, THE WOMEN IIY KUTH MIU.KT'l NEA Staf! Writer Ruth MillrU just how much right to happiness docs a 7,'oman have? Says Ingrid lierKitmii who left her husband and the father of her 11-year-old daughter so that she can nutrry Ilalitm film director Roberto Ro.s.sellini: "People write me 8s though 1 did not have the same risht that they have—the right to happiness," Maybe those people are old-faj-h- ioned enough 10 consider ihat a woman's right to persona) happiness comes after her duty as a win? ana mother. Sure, n younfi girl lias a righl In happiness. She hns a rlnht to full in love with ant] marry the man of her choice. .-- J Hut from there on duty come. 1 ; Schultz is the son of Mr. ant) Mrs. j before happiness. From the minute] Daphcn Reid, dai'ghter of Mr. nnd W. P. Schultz of Tulsn, Okla. The that she becomes a wife, she is a I Mrs, W, L. Held of Shady Lane was performed in Piggott, woman with a woman's fu<l re-1 Road. Air. I.owery i>; the .sou of sponsibilitifis. | Mrs. Jennie Lowcry of Dlythevillc She is no longer a girl in search ; and Gene Lowcry also of Blythc- (or tin? will-'o-tlie-wLsp of hapni- j -.-jite. Mr. and Mrs. Lowcry will be . .she is a woman destined to | a t lumr En Hlythcvillc. MAKK1AGK ANNO UXCKD—Mrs. Ray Lowory of Blytlievillc was bc- fo e her marriage Jan. \, Miss Joyce Steele-Cooter By Kranklc Aslicraft The Women's Blhk- Class of the M. B. Church met in tho home of Mrs. Lucille Stephen's during the holidays lor the annual social. Miss Putty S<:ott greeted the t'ue.sts as they cub*red. Mrs. Goodman, class teacher, ?ave readings and Mrs. Morgan history of the class. Phillip Kouvy presented several on<;s and a report on his trip to •yrla. Miss N'ora May \\ns game leader. Holiday decorations were placed throughout the entertaining rooms of the home. During the afternoon the group exchanged gifts- Refreshments of chlken salad, cake and punch was ierveti by the hostess. held nt Central College. Miss Alfreds Stovnll o; Blytheville has been placed on the honor rol for the second six weeks of the fall semester of Central College with a 4.53 rating- Receiving hon- arable mention are Miss Adaline Lee with 3.6! rating, Miss Sue Cassidy with n 3.22 rating and Miss June Buchanan with n 3.20 rating. Alburnicrque. N.M., founrtc<l tn 1706. was named for the viceroy of New Spain, the DuV:c of Albur- rjuerque, but the first "r" of the name fell into disuse. By Sue Burnett A delightfully simple dress to get your da.v started right! This neat buuon front style has a pretty shaped collar, scalloped sl-tcves and a practical pocket. Nice enough for 7,?.rm weather ^ear. too. Pattern No. 3549 is E tev.--ritc perforated pattern In <.;7i:-.- p 14 15. 18. 20; 16. 38. 40. 42. 44 &rd <?' Si?e U. S', yardj of J'j-i.-.ih. P^-Vr this pattern, s nd !;:• c'.-.-jV. In COIN'S, your name. sdri:«-->. MM desired, and the PATTEK:.' .wi.j. BEH to Sue Burnett. CVjr:«- V. •„• .HO South Well; stn-tt C- •'•••' ~ III. ' ••--•• Send 155 cc:it.= ton;iv ;<ir :: • : < -A Fall and Winter FASHION C! pages of smart r:r-,v ,si:.]>.,v <;>*.• ;a] features. Free paucrn prin-id ui- side the book plemenUng the color arrangement, was ii^ed exclusively at the table, wiiich was centered with a striking arraneemrnt of stiapdracoiis nnrt chrysanthemums in a low silver bowl. White tancrs frinced with blue maline and plmnosis were placel on cither side in silver holders. Three small tapers were plowing from amid the. gladioli arrangement on the ninnlel, which was Kariamrixl in greenery. Camillas floated in silver bow],- completed the floral dec- or:U:ons. M ,<s Nabers, who chose for the event a d^sky blue velveleen dress frrniinng back dranc panels, with m;)trliiriE accessories, was presented a eift nf silver by her hostesses. Special quests included Mrs. F. B. l-~]:'-"'i. crandmother of the groom- Tuesday Bridge CUlb. La Petite meets with Mrs. w. F. McDaniel. Tri-Town coinplimctited by Mrs. Gene Teaford. Mrs. N. G. Jerome entertains Lu Nueve. High School PTA Executive Board nwetine at 2:30 p.m. General meeting at 3 p.m. Jayccottcs meet In Club room at 7::i(J p.m. Wednesday Delphian Society meets at Hotel Nobie nt 10:00 a.m. • : —Club Eight entertained by Mrs. O.'O..Poetz. Mrs. E. J. Cure hostess to Wednesday club. Mrs. Aubrey Conway to Chapter "D" of PEO sisterhood with a 1 o'clock luncheon. Thursday Mrs. O. O. Elklns hostess to Bly- thevillc Rook Club. Thursday Nipht Club meets with Mrs. J. A. SaJiba. The uoc will meet for a i o'ctm-k! To Meet Tuesday luncheon a I the home of Mrs J j Mell Brooks. 1G1B W. Main. Co- I ne nrst me eting for 1050 of the nij-thcville. High School PTA will Budget lnr'"des Fur?ds for River Jobs in Arkansas WASHINGTON. Jan. 9. M'I K.x- penditme of S35.720.000 on dcvcloi)- mcnl of Arkansas rivers In the next fiscal year is recommended in the national budget submitted to Con- gvess today. The largest amount proposed for work directly affecting Arkansas is $13,000.000 for the Bull Shoals Reservoir on the While River in Arkansas and Missouri. Here is the list of Arkansas projects R]icl nmounls recommended for '' u'ork DHL her own happiness in re| lati'iM-sIsip to the happiness of her ! huMiamt and of any children they | jnay bfln« into the world. Her Life Is N'n l.nngor Her O\vn She hasn't Uie riyht (.o hap- i piness any more. Instead she should : set herself to the lifelong task of I creating a liwpn\- marriage, inakins I a home in which the children can i be huppy, and tiiking pratofiilly j u'luit happiness crimes her way and j what she can wovh out tor herself. Too many women to tiny lecl as Miss Bergman apparently does— that happiness is their due and that they have a right to chase it where- evcr it may lead thrui. II it' means tho break-up ol a ma triage—okay—then the marriage Koe.s. That's the- stud of which soap operas, movies, ntul the sappy stu- rio.s in women's magazines are made. But reality js--or should Ijc—made of stonier stuff. In real Hfc we should expect ojily the happuK'-ss thut come.s to us while minding our main job in life—not what we may tnal> on to while running nway from tlic main job, Power Workers Labor In Wake of Ice Storm MEMPHIS, Tenll., Jan. 9. I AP) — A small army of trouble shooters labored today to clear up the communications and power mess left by middle Dixie's worst ice storm in 17 years. Just a few (latches of ice remained, but thousands of telephones were. sUU out—four thousand oi Al The Hospitals Rlythcvllle Hospital Dismissed: Wilma Kurney. Cooler. Mrs. Agnes StroLld. Manila. Clyde McGroorn, Monette. Baby Earlis Austin, City. Dismissed: \Valls Hospital Mrs. Joe Singleton and baby FU- 2 Paul Byriun. the 12 months hcHinnlng next July 1: tncm in Memphis alone. Flood control: Other thousands of hornet were Blakely Mountain Reservoir, S3.- without electric power over the 500.000: Bull Shoals Reservoir. Ark.! area - The lin es were snapped by ami Mo.. S18.000.000: Narrows Kcs- j tlie heavy clinging ice wiiich eoat- ervoir, $1,750.001); Ninirod Reservoir f C( ' them lost week—or by falling SI50.000; Norfork Reservoir, Ark. and Mo., $170,000; Red River levees and bank stabilization below Dcni- son Dam. Ark.. Tex. and l,a., S700,- 0011: west of Morrillon, $000.000. Rivers and harbors: Arkansas River and tributaries. Ark. and Okla., 5850.000. I ivesfrock High School PTA 1G18 W. Main. Co- I he Mrs. Charles Al- I Brooks, hostesses will ford. Mrs. J. W. Adams. Sr.. Mrs. Henderson Hall, Mrs. John Smoth- eriuon nnrl Mrs. Ralph lierryinan. The Girl Scrnt Lone Tronp Association meets a! 7::i(l prn. at the Little House In Walker Park. Avalon Bunco Club entertained by Mrs. Hugh Gentry. Mrs. Itarold Hinston hostess to Thursday Rook Club. be conducted tomorrow flftcrnoon nt ,1 o'clock at the high school audi torium. The general meeting will he preceded by an Executive Board meeting nt 2:30 p.m. India Slows Building NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. III. Jan. 3—(/PI -<USDA>— Hogs 18.000: market active, strong io 25 higher: later mostly 25 higher; bulk gorid and choice 180-240 Ibs barrows and gilts lfi.25-75; top 16,15; 2S(1- 300 Ibs M.75-10.00: few 3IM-325 Ib.i 14.25-50; HO-170 Ibs 15,00-1025: medium to choice 100-130 Ibs 111.00- U nO: good and choice sows 400 Ibs down 12.75-13.50; h:avicr sows 11.00-1250: stags 8.50-10,50. Cattle 6000; calves 850; medium and good heifers and mixed year- lines largely 21.00-26.50; common and low medium n.50--0.00; com- rmm and medium cows largely 1550-17.00; odd head pood 18.00 and above; canners and cutters 13.00-15.50. week tret's and limbs. The weekend of sunshine—the first briglr. days of 1!I50—thawed other ice-stricken Kectioils in West Tennessee, Arkansas and Mississippi. And the thaw helped bring rivers in all three states to the Hood, stage. Weather forecasters, with a close eye on watershed conditions, suid most of the floods would be of the annual variety, with little damage expected. Pin-chased iron and steel scrap consumption in the U.S. Unalcd 21.250.000 gross tons in 1049. 2T per cent less than in 1948. Octette Club plays at the R. C. Rose home at Roselanri. Mrs. Aubrey Comvay cnlci talus i discourage all non-c.s-:cnlial cmi- Mid-\Veck club. structions. as part of ils economy Thursday Club meets with Mrs. i drive and because of scarcity ol In winter the lynx grows lulls ol NEW DELHI. India (API — Tho hair on its feet that, act as snow- govcrnmctlt of India has decided to shoes. all RENT A CAR E. B. Gee. Mrs, Ed B. Cook hostess to Double Pour Bridge Club. Mrs. I.endcnnie CBC CUib. Friday Contract meets with Mrs. George Pollock. Jr. building material. Minister for Works NVV. Ga:if:i] told the legislative assembly recent. I but not sports stadiums if ihc-j Fowler to | 1y that this included cinema IIQIIM were not luxuriously Oesigned. Drive Viu Anywhere 1'lcasc Simpson Oil Co. Phone 937 For Little Fellows With Big Colds alil*i bcncUt-s. Sf ot of tills type for wo a lou^ record nT su Regular tise »f Compound hrlps boi anrp ngnJnst such distress. The woman %oii:= Or v- "• L ?< li» r. rinVF.^ ct »ir<Uclnc en lias such rfU LYDIA E. 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