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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 11, 1950
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (AUK.) COURIER WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1950 Jane SliDlton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Miss Howard To Wed Mr. Gene Osselmeier The engagement nml approaching rnniriiige of Miss Wanda June Howard* daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Howard' of Dell, to Gene O.sselnHler, Ron of Mrs, Gene Os- fclnulcr of East St. Louis and Hie late Mr. Osselmeier, is announced • today by tlie bilrtc-etcct's parents. Miss Howard Is a Braduatc of Dell High Srliool and attended Central Junior College, Conuay, nnn tVK- University of Mississippi. Oxford. She is now a senior at Arkansas State College, Jonesboro. Sliu Is a member of Alpha Omlcron ri and Zota Pi Social sororitira. Mrs. O.vsclmeier is now n senior in the school of Business Administration, Arkansas State, Jnivs- lx>ro. The wedding u'ilt be solemenized in n Dell cercmonv January 21, with the Ittv. Eugene H. Hall officiating. Miss Ann Orr of Blytheville will attend the britic as mnid of honor nncl only attendant. Csrl Grccrtwcll of St. I/mis will serve Mr. Osselmeier as best man. Miss Fowler Is Wed To Mr. Bill Kimbrel Miss Acia Laura Fowler, daughter of Mrs. Jim Fowler, of Blvtheville "became the bride of Bill Kimbrel, of Birmingham. Ala., in a double ring ceremony performed Dec. 23 at 6 p. 111. The service was read at the home of the Rev. Leroy Henry, pastor of the Promised Land Methodist Clvurch. Immediately following the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Kimbrel left, for a wedding trip to Alabama. Mrs. Kimbrel, who is a graduate of Blytheville High School, attended Arkansas State College, Joues- boro and is riov.' leaching in the Promised I,and School. Mr. Kimbrel has been in the Navy for the past six years and is now stationed at the Millington Naval Base, Millingtoil, Tenn. Ff)f IR TO "nv/n VF W R I) •) 5 YUAHS— Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Glenn celebrated their -15th wedding; anniversary Jan. 8. They had n f|tiiot day at Inch* homo, 301 Lake St. in Blylh c v i I 1 L- . 51 r. Glenn is 70 and 5Irs. Glenn OS. They have made t li c i r home in Blytheville for the past 32 years. By Sue Burnett Luncheon Meeting Mcicl By Cliavlevoix Chapter The Charlcvolx Chapter of the DAR met yesterday in (lie Colonial Room of Hotel Noble for a lunch- con-nieetlnd. Hostesses to the [rroup were Mrs Fred Rutherford and Mrs. W. A Afflick. Luncheon was served from tiibtes which were arranged in a "T" shape. Centering the long tables were clusters of magnolia leaves centered at Intervals with lighted candles. Nandina berries were placed throughout tlie room. I n t h e business meeting immediately following which was conducted by the regent, Mrs. George Pollock, Jr., a paper prepared by Mi's. James Hill, Jr., was read to the group by Mrs. E. n. Woodson. It concerned the Hoover Commission and Government Reform. The tfroup voted to prepare a copy of the document and send it to the Congressmen of Ark. A So donation wax voted to the. American Red Cross. The group elected dclegabrs to attend the State Convention to be held in Texnrknna Feb. 22-23 and 24. Those from Blytheville to attend will bf Mrs. Pollock. Mrs. J. Louis cherry, Mrs. E. J. Cure, and Mrs. Jnrnes Hill. Jr. Alternates selected were Mrs. K. 11. WoodFon, Mrs. R. C. Rose. Mrs. O. W. Mc- Cntcheii and Miss Codelia Wilhite Mrs. Young Clubs, Guests At Country Club Ln Nwvo and Tri-Town Briflup Clubs were cornplimenfed yesterday when Mrs. M. N. Young of Danville. Va.. ho' of her parents. Mr and Mis. C. M. Biirfc. was hoslcsi to the clubs al thp Country Club While visiting In Blytticville Mrs, Young has been a frequent guest of the groups. Guests meeting with members for tile dessert bridge were Mrs. cnorie; Aiflick, Jr., of Steele. Mrs. O. G Hilbbard. Mrs Rouse Harp, anr Mrs. Jack Chnmblin. High was won' by Mrs. Ncwtor Whitis. second hiRii by Mr3. Wortl Holder and britlgo by Mrs. Garrac Caudlll. | ... Mrs. McDaniel Hostess I To La Petite Club ' La Petite Bi-idge Club met yes| lerday with Mrs, W. h\ McDanic tor the v\"e_et;ly meeting. Hie members were coated in tlu entertaining 1*00111 in which was | nnum;e(l bowi.s .holding yellow { chrysanthemums suul greenery. In the Rnmft> Mrs, MeDiUMc! won hii?«, Mrs. Eric Whith'y .second lush uiui Mrs, J. F. briclco. Dnvincr thp afternoon Mrs. Mt;Daniel scrvcrt a dc.s-snrt course. Tuesday Bridge, Guests VIeel Wilh Mrs. Slickmon Mr.s. Chester Caldwcll, and Mrs. Russell C. Farr were 3ue.sls yesterday with the Tuuday Bridge Club when Mrs. Lloyd Slickmon enter- talncci the group at, her home. • E'receding the game Mrs. strick- non served a deisert course. High score wius won l)y Mrs. 3oylc Heiirierson and second high by Mrs. C. II. Smart. 75 Arc Present for Ccr/varx YWA Meeting Jorm Methincy was guest with he members of the Calvary-YWA which met Monday niglit at tlie iiome of Mrs. Woodrow Wilder. The meeting was opened with ;iraycr which was led by Mary Agnes Peoples. The evening program was entitled •Vou'rc on the Spot." taken from YWA magazine ''From The Window." The devotional was given from Luke 10:38-42. The closing prayer was led by Mrs. Wilder. Following the dismissal the hostess served refreshments. Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Talbert of DeMoplyn. Wyo., spent, several days here as guests of Mrs. Talbert's cousin Mrs, J. E. Heal and Mr. Neal. Mr. and Mrs. Tal'nert ave en route to California tn visit relatives. M:'. and Mrs. Talbert arc now spending several flays in Bolivar, Tenn., bt-Joic continuing to California. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Speer, Mrs. James O'Lluger and Mrs. I^iura Miller of Memphis are spending; today In Blytheville as cuesUs of Mr. and Mr.s. I.ex Chamb)-n. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cnllihnn an nr> :nr-e the birth of a rhmirhler this morning at Blythcville Hospital. The baby, v.'ho Is their second child I has been named Susan Kay. They I have a son, Jimmy, Mrs. Callihan Is the former Muss Dorothy Marshall. Mr. mid Mrs. S. E. Stewart of New Madrid, Mo., are spending several days here as guests of Mrs Stewart's sister, Mrs. I.arry T. Main Mr. Main and family. Mr. and Mrs. John fl. Normal- have returned to their home ii Archer City, Tex., after spending three weeks in Blyttieville and Hayti as guests ot relatives. Miss Sue Frances White and Mrs Joi.n Webster of Memphis speni Tuesday In lilyttieville as the Buest: of Miss Donna V.'ilkms and he: parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Ilealoj and family. Mrs. Vance Alexander and infan daughter. Haze! Brook, of Mem phis arrived today for a vhlt will Mrs. Alexander's parents, Mr. ant Mrs. Russell Phillips. Mrs. Alexan dor's son, Michael, lias been thi guest of his grandparents for sev oral days. Mrs. Clarence Webb and infan daughter, Donna Patricia, have beei removed from Memphis Methodis Hospital to the home of Mrs. Webb' | parents for Mr. and Mr.s. Lloyd V PTA Increase Wins State Office Recognition Increase in membership year gained for tlie Bly- A 290, over last theville High School PTA state recognition, it was announced at the meeting or the group yesterday at the High School. Mr.s. Can oil Watson of Osce district ilircctor of the PTA. was the guest- .speaker for the alternoon. Mr.s. Watson us her .subject, •A Child's Need To Be Understood" * WE, THE WOMEN * By Ruth Mllletl, NEA SUfl Writer Why Girls, It's a Cinch To Get Along With Men HECIiXT ".KIHK-Mrs. Walter J. Anders is the former Miss Velma Calhoun of lilylhcvillc. Mr. and Mrs. Anders were married Dec. 10 in Hernancio. .Mi.s.s. They are now at home in Blytheville. It's easy for a woman to get along with a man if she Just remembers these important facts: That a man likes comfort. Never rob him of his comfort unless you have to. If he's feeling good, don't remind him of any worry or problem he has put out of his mind for the lime being. If he's enjoying the evening paper, don't ask him to do an odd job that 'could be put off until later. That a man likes women. That means that even though he is married, he still gets a pleasure out of having some other woman play up to him a little. You can jxiil it all by running down the woman who listened to him fascinated at a party or by telling tiitn he made a Cool o[ himscll paying- so much attention to her. Out why turn into a shrew in order to punish him for something he can'i help—liking the [lattery of a woman's attention? That a man hates to have to answer questions. Just, don't pin him down. Lot him tell you just as much as he wants to tell yon You'll never really find out any mure than that anyway. Nip Quarrels In Tile lluil That a man like.s peace. A woman Jury Gets Case of Men • Held for Hauling Liquor HARRISON, Ark., Jan. 11-(,T,_ ; A Boone County circuit court Jury today beean deliberating for a verdict 1 in the trial of three Chicago men charged with unlawful trans- jwrtatloii of intoxicating liquor. Testimony in the triul was coti- clnded yralerday. Charged with Ericllc Cynianskv _ Ray Johnson nn d Norma'n John-' rienly seeing something Iiiiiny in so »Hie situation or by remembering Arkansas State Troopers arrested that she ought to look at the the lillw hcle last Dec. 5 mid roast or make a phone call or seized a truckload O f whiskey, valu- by siutrienly noticing Hint her poor eti !lt SO.OOO. clarllns looks as though he has I 1'roscculor Gene Moore said ..,„ had a hard day. (liquor was purchased from the Sun That si man likes flattery. This Export Co., Lake village. Ark was- shouldn't b? spread so thick that It ' '"fended for Ncwb:-rn, Tenn. Moore' can ward off a lot of quarrels before they ever get started by sud- loses all Us zip. But a well-aimed and well-time compliment now and then dries as much of well-being Coming Events Social Calendar Wednesday Sx'dbllry PTA Executive Board inccllnft at 2:30 p.m. General meeting at 3 p.m. Thursday The Mary Martha Sunday School Class '>'. llie First Baptist Church , Stalin Called a God meets at '1:00 p.m. with Mrs. J. G. j Bsmics for a pollack supper. ' | LONDON. Jan. 11—l/l'iAlbnuin Mrs. O. O. Klkins hostess to Bly- t called Joseph Stalin a. god today, thcvillc Rook Club. The official Albanian Tel-'graph Thursday Niyhl club meets with j Agency said the Albanian People's Mrs. J. A. Saliba. \ Assembly voted to erect a static of The tJDC will meet for B 1 o'clock \ "the rticty Joseph Vissarinovic.h luncheon at the home of Mrs. J , Stalin." Said Albanian Premier Enver Hoxha, as quoted by the agency: '"Die great Stalin is our people's glorious saviour.'• Mell Drooks. 1618 W. Main. Co- hostesses will be Mrs. Charles Al- foid. Mrs. J. W. Adams. Sr.. Mrs. Henderson Flail. Mrs. John Smotll- ermon ^ud Mrs. Ralph Bcrryman. Wise for .several days. Their con dition Is satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. E. n. Stewart an nounce the birth of a son Tucsda at Walls Hojpilal. The l>:>by. who i their second child, has not bee named. They have another soi Ronnie. Mrs. Stewart is the former Miss Ernestine Hnlscll. Miss Gcorgiua Arcc has returned from a three weeks visit in Cieu- fupgos. Cuba, where she visited friends ami relatives. Mis? Arce IF a member oi tlie high school faculty Mr. and Mrs. Lex Chaniblin and Mr. and Mrs. Ben W. White will leave tomorrow for Hot Springs for a two weeks vacation. The Girl Scrnit Lone Troop Adoption tracts at 7:30 pin. at the 1 I ittlc House in Wnlkcr Park. ">• Bfyt/ievil/e Women At W. 5. C. 5. Meet Anuraximately 11 person.: from j Blytheville were scheduled to be on Mrs. Wat.son -said "A parent should j hand in Wilson today for an area !ove his child but. be willing to tet him go." The devotional wns Kiven by Mrs, George Ingram after which Kobert McGrnw. faculty member. sa\'C ihe president's message. Li Avalon Bunco Club entertained by Mrs. Hugh Gentry. Mrs. Harold Hinston hostess to Thursday Rook Club. Octette Club plays at the R. C Hose hntne at Roseland. Mrs. Aubrey Conway entertains Mid-Week duo. Thursday Club meets with Mrs. E. B. Gee. Mrs. Ed B Cook hostess to Double Four Bridge Club. Friday .ivesfock Mrs. Raymmui Schmuck. Mrs. [ j er sows NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. 111. 'Jan. 11—U'j—<USDA>—Hugs 12,000: : uneven; weights 180 Ibs up steady : to 25 lower; sows steady to wcuk; j bulk good and choice 180-240 Ibs If). 1)0-25; .several loads 1G.'.{5-50; top j 10.50; 250-JOf) Ibs. mostly 1450-15.15' 1 few 300-:i25 Ibs 13.75-14.25: most, j 140-170 Ibs 14.50-1G.QO: few down to ' 14.00: medium to choice 100-130 lbs 12.00-14.00; good ami choice sows 400 Ibs down 12.75-1350; he.iv- Zal I'.arrLson, Mrs. Arthur Webb and Mrs. J. G. Barnes entertaining at Hotel Noble in the Colonial Room with a U'a-shower from 3 to D honoring Miss Mary Jo Nabtrs, briuc- clcct of O-car Elliott. Jr. Mi*s. Lendennic Fowler hostess to cnc club. Friday Contract meets with Mrs. George Pollnck. Jr. Mississippi County Council of oi the Women's Society nf i Parent-Teacher Associations meet you i woman's. And iiuch lhat is. That a man likes icver belittle a man inn what his faults nrelcssly disregard his opinions Never remind him of past mistakes Make It easy for him t o like hlni- clf—if you want him to be easy o get along wilh. said when Die , n en were nabbed', they were e.n route to Misiouiij. •' llox Office Opens 6:15 Bargain .Viglil Kvery N'iglil Hvcciit Saturday \o passes honored on Sunday at The HUXV !.;isl Times Today Forever Amber liilli I.iiHln Darnell anil Cornel Willie Selected Short Subjects Thtii'Fdav <S- Fridav Conliiuinus Shows Box Office 0|ietis I -.45 Slunv Sliii'ls i!:llil 10:110 I2:-J5 p.:n i;^u p LISl'i;\ TO Kl.t:\' L;is( Time Today Reckless Moment with J;unes Muson and Joun B time it Selected Short SugjecU Continuous Showing Llveryday Thui'sday Duryea STEHIING Hayden A HilHolt Prad:;c1ion*Rele»»d t, Jflth Ctr.luiy.fn ondfpl' ahd cBRce 1,181 steady; few nice: heifers and LUC; about steady at so druggy and bar*ciy steady; common and medium beef holding cutters 13.CO-I5.25. Paramount News & Selected Snort; Oonliiiurms Showing Kvcryilay \ Lake Mrs. Young announced that R year's subscription to th<: niuiouat Christian Service at Wilson Mcth- Church. Slate ti to represent the Street Methodist W.S.C.S. were Mr.s. Billy Kitif;. Mrs. DJU LuU, Mrs. Joe Strickland, $Mrs. C. P. Shaiulin, Mrs. George Sli;itiJ:.s and ai Delt Baptist Church. PTA nia»nzJnc had been presented j Mis, j. W. Maloncy by thtr-stnte offico to Mrs. W. B. Muyo. monihcrship chairman, and Mrs. Don IAHZ co-chairman tor their woik in enlisting new members. In gaining the additionnl 340 members Mr.s, Mayo and Mr.s. Lxit?. set an all time high for the locjil PTA. Individual contributions were! a.m. today, made by the members toward a ' „.!...„ wlio v.'ern to attfnd from First Methodist Church were Mrs. \V. A. Hollincsworth. Mrs. Roy Racley. Mr.s. Hush WhitMlt, Mrs, Paul Jobc and Mrs. Rohind Green, The meeting wns to begin at 10 Here's a darling school dress for B pre-teen miss that you can put together in not, time! The shaped yoke is made oi crisp white, draw- tiling at the waistline makes ironing a cinch. Pattern .\o. 8554 is a sew-ritc perforated pattern for sizes 4, 6. 8. 10 anri 12 years Size (>. rircss, 2'.1 yards of 30 or 39-inch; % yard contrast. For this pattern, sr-nd 2ri cents, in COINS, your name, address, size desired, nnd the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, courier News, 530 South Wells Street, Chicago 7, III. Don't miss the new FASHION. The Fall and winter issue will de- 3igh(, you with its iip-to-tlle-mimite. easy to make frocks for all the j family. Free pill pattern printed I inside the book. 25 cents. ' Mrs. Davis Elected Group Captain of Class The new home of Mr.s. Pat, Chit- nion was the setting last night for the meeting of the Friendship Sunday School class of the First. Baptist. Church. The opening prayer was led by Mis. Forrest Moore. In n short business meeting presided over by the president, Mrs. Nathan Marshall. Mrs. Harold Davis was elected group captain. A report on the class' work was given by the secretary, Mrs. Charles FniMcr. "Soul Winning", the second in a .series of this devotional, W,K; given by Mrs. C. L. .Evans, teacher o! the group. The closing prayer "was led \>v Mrs. Marshall. Tu ihe social hour following the luvMcss served a desert course. Has Meeting parents of the nation. This build- j In Roy Head Home ins will serve as national head- T))c YWA (lf lhc Firsl nn:)l ^ t ', quarters. | church met Monday at the home o[: Mrs. J. C. Droke. finance chulr- j Mrv Roy H cad lor a business meet- \ man, lirsed all mothers who wan-jjj^ ted :i PTA cookbook to conuct her.! The meeting was opened with tlie The members were ur>>c;i by tlie j devotional which was given by Ami > At The Hospilals Rlythcvillc Huspllal Dismissed: Claude Hriley. City. Mrs Don Eslcs and baby, City. Joe Russell. Cooler. Mr.s. L.iey .Smith. City. Mrs. \Voodrow r Wien and baby. City. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. F. N. Craifi and baby, City. G. W. Thompson, City. Mrs. Olive Jolona and baby, Ar- niorel. president to attend tlic County Council meeting to be held ai Dell, Jan. H. In the room count the prize was presented the Junior Class. Baptist Auxiliary Meets With Joan Buckner The Juncko Hnrn Auxiliarv of Die Number Nine WMU of the Hnptist Clivirch met last night in the hurae of Jonn Buckner for a bv.siuess ses- 5 ion. Opcnini; prayer was ^ed by ^trs. Her.schcl Rustin after which a brief usinnss meeting was helrl. The closing prayer wns said by SkcHon A short business mcctinR was conducted after which Lounrl! Overman presented the program. Tn the social hour following the ! hostess served refreshments. i Mrs. Tom Kelly, counsellor. . Tn the social hour following Atrs. j Fiu.slin ser\ed re fresh men Us. 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