PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVn,LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Society, AtewA Jane Shelton, Society Editor f Phone 4461 LOVELY CONTRAST Layelle Shower Fetes Mrs. Burl Wilson 15..guests met at the home al Mrs/ Leroy Ross on Parkway last night to honor Mrs. Burl Wilson flith a layette shower. The' group spent the evening In games and Informal entertainment. Prizes In the various games were won by Mrs. pat Chitmon. Mrs. Carl Blackard and Mrs. Rufus Simpson. During the evening's entertainment, assorted gifts u'<-rc presented Mrs. Wilson Mrs. Ross was assisted in serving Mrs. Buck Rouse and Mrs. Freddie Terry. Terry Welenkamp Feted With Going-Away Party • Sue and Ann Robinson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Robinson, arc entertaitmiK this afternoon at their home on Walnut Slreet from 3:30 to 5 p.m. with a going away party feting Terry Weten- ^amp who will leave soon with her parents, Mr. ami Mrs. A. R. Wetcn- kamp, to make ihcir home In Memphis. Guests at the party will be neighborhood children. The afternoon will be spent In games and informal entertainment after which going away gifts will be presented the lltlle honorce. . Assorted party foods will be served from the pink and white bedecked refreshment table. Gay balloons will festoon the home. Mrs. Conway Hostess For Chapter "D" Meeting Twenty-one members of Chapter "D" of the PEO sisterhood met at ths home of Mrs. Aubrey Conway for a 1 o'clock luncheon-meeting yesterday. The two course luncheon was served from the main dining table .which wa^ decorated with touches of yellow. A low bowl holding yellow chrysanthemums flanked hy glowing yellow tapers centered the table. A buslne-ss meeting was conducted following the luncheon by Mrs. E. R- Lancashire. Mrs. E. B. Gee was In charge of thfl afternoon program which was entitled, "Education." . During the business session plans were made for a Joint meeting with Chapter "N" of the PEO sisterhood for a 1 o'clock luncheon to be held at Hotel Noble Jan. 20. »• • • Mr. Weedman Honored At Surprise Dinner A lurprls* birthday dinner honoring Edwin Weedmnn was given last night at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weedman. Gifts Irorrt the guests were presented Mr. Weedman after which the group attended a movie in Steele. Guests attending were Bryce Layson, J. L. Johnson, J. A. Lloyd, George Green and Larry Daniels. '"Housewarmmg" Honors Mr. and Mrs. Burns The new home of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Burns, 529 Parkway, was the setting Tuesday night for a "nous- j the home of Mrs. E. J. Cure, warming" attended by nine guests, ] Centering the main dining table co-workers of Mr. Burns Franklin Prtss. During the evening the group i Mrs. o. S. Crowcll, and Mrs. Mnr- played canasta during which time vin Robinson, were seated was a served candies and j zlistenlng snow scene. Tiny tndl- ; vitiual snow nien marked each gills' place. In the bridge game following Mrs Crov-pll won high and Mrs. L. E By Sue Burnclt Particularly suitable for extra special occasions Is (his gracefully feminine yoked dress that combines two fabrics with such charm. Edge the yoke with narrow lace or ruffling. Pattern No. 8453 Is a scw-ritc perforated pattern in sizes 32, 3-1, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44 and 46. Size 34 3;»yards ol 33-inch; 1 yard of contrast. For this pattern, send 25 cents, in COINS, your name, address, size desired, nnrl the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 530 South Wells Street, Chicago 1. III. Send 25 cents today for the new Fall and Winter FASHION. 64 pages ol smart new styles, special features. Free pattern printed inside the book. Mrs. Poelz Hostess To Club Eight, Guests Mrs. O. O. Poetz was hostess yesterday to Club Eight and two guests when she entertained at her home on Chickasawba. The guests for the meeting were Mrs. S. C. Owens and Mrs. Ralph Nichols. Preceding the bridge game Mrs. Poctz served a dessert course. Mrs. Owens won high score. Mrs. C. C. Lungston second high and Mrs. Otto Scrape, bridge. Winter Wonderland Theme Of Bridge Club Lunch eon "Winter Wonderland" was the chosen theme of the table oppolnt- ments for the luncheon honoring the Wednesday Club and lour guests yesterday when the group met at the j at which the club and guests. Mrs. I M. A. Isaacs. Mrs. J. Louis Cherry, Mrs. Burns punch. The group showered zilu on Mr. and Mrs. Burns for their new home. Mrs. Burns served colftv.- and cake during the evening. O!d second high. WED. NITE JANUARY 18 One Big Show Only The Sensational M-G-M Recording Slar *HANK WILLIAMS* Singing His Latest Itccord Hits * "Lovesick Blues" • "Wedding Bells" • "My Bucket's Got a Hole in It" And Many Others — You'll Love Them! * CURLY WILLAMS and His Great Columbia Recording linml * GEORGIA PEACH PICKERS tt DRIFTING COWBOYS AND MANY OTHERS LOW ADMISSION ADULTS $1.00 CHILDREN 50e (Under IZ) Tax Included OFFICB OPKN'S 6 P. M., WED., JANUARY IS LEGION AUDITORIUM Russia, A New Civiliation Discussed By Delphians "Russia, a new Civilization," was the subject discussed yesterday nl the meeting of the Chlckasaw chanter of the Delphian Club, nt the Hotel Noble. Mrs. W. L, Moxlcy. program leader, pointed out that the objective in yesterday's study was to examine the character of the Soviet system, with a view to acquiring an understanding of the role that country plays In world affairs. The four discussion leaders traced the background and trends in agriculture. Industry and culture Mrs W. R. Campbell discussed the background of contemporary Russian developments. Mrs. Walter I3ay discussed "A Revolution in Ac tfon;" Mrs. Hays Sullivan ••Anri- citltura! and Industrial Revolutionists:" and Mrs. J. E. Crafton, "Aspects of Soviet Culture." Calf Meeting Held By Woman's Club A called business meeting of the Biythc-ville Woman's Club yesterday p.m. resulted In at the Club at 1 work" 1 " CW yMrs ' THtmSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1950 The meeting, which was attended by 46 members, was preceded with A potluck luncheon. Bowls of trailing Ivy adorned the serving tnblc A bronze bowl from which spilled salmon gladioli centered the dininp table. b Mrs. K. P. Blomeyer. district menial hygiene chairman. Introduced the guest speaker. Mrs. Floyd Hnr- alson who spoke briefly on' mental hygiene. In the business niceLIng presided over by the president. Mrs Kendall Berry, money-raising plans f or the redccoralion of the Club house were submitted by Mrs. Homer Wi'l- son. Financial allocations fur the Crip- - ^.,,,.,. pled Children's Home. Little Rock. Condition of Mrs. Essie Da.vis. who !,»r I rT l ' b u rC " I "'! i , s Fl '"! 1 an <L the Unl- 'is a patient at Memphis Baptist """ ""' " " " ' Hospital, Is satisfactory. Mrs. Dn- Mr. and Mrs. James R. Rowcn of Memphis left today for their home after spending several days here a.s gueits of tlicir daughter. Mrs. C L. Jolene, Mr. Jolene and family. Mrs. Allies Lane was removed to Memphis Baptist Hospital by ambulance je.stcrday afternoon where .she will undergo treatment for a heart condition. Her condition is said to be critical. Her daughter Mrs. Charles Stewart, and Mr. Stewart are will; her. Mrs, Cecil Earls underwent an operation this morning at Campbell's Clinic, Memphis. Cpl. Frank McGrudcr left today by plane for Mobile, Ala., after standing a 15-day furlough here ILS guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan McGruder. Corporal McGriul- er will leave Mobile Sunday lor a flight to Fairbanks, Alaska. Mrs. Harold Thompson. Sr,, left this morning for Little Hock where she will .spend the remainder of the week with her husband, the Rev. Mi 1 . Thomix-xtn who U conducting a revival there. While in Little Rock she also will visit her brother, Gene Syhes, formerly of Blyihcvillc. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Smith have returned from Covington and Brighton, Tonn., where they visited relatives and friends. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Smith's sister, Mrs. E. R. Weir. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Low:ant of Sike.ston. Mo., were the overnight guests ol Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Chandler. They wore rn route to Memphis where they will be the weekend guests ol Mr .and Mrs. A. D. Taylor. Mrs. Jack O'Kecfc and daughter, Darian, left yesterday for their home in Memphis after being the holiday gue.sls of Mr.s. O'Kcefe's parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Burns. Condition of Mrs. Josephine Hall, who underwent an emergency operation at Walls Hospital Tuesday Is satisfactory. Fashion Show To Be Feature Of Press Group LITTLE ROCK, Jan. 12. (AP) — Something new and different is on Ine agenda when (he men and women who edit and publish Arkansas' daily and weekly nevv£|iai)r;rs convene here tomorrow ior a two-day ic.«lon. It's a fashion show. A Little Rock dcparlment store b> giving its version of what the well- dressed newspaper woman will wear tills year. No mention Is made about styles for the masculine side being displayed. The preview of fashions is one of the highlights of the first meeting °f the Arkansas Newspaper Woman, organized last June It will be held Saturday morning while the Ark- i-crsity HospKal of Little Rock wen made. vis Is unrlerfioinj; treatment. a check-up and Dogwood HD Appoints Committees for Year The Dogwood Home Demonstration Club met yesterday In the Club house for a business mcetin" (luring which time committees were appointed [or the year. The meeting was opened with I he singing of the hymn, "Tis So Sweet To Trust In Jesus" after which the eye opener for the afternoon, pot holders, were shown, Roll call was answered by each member telling what he plans to do for the community during the new year. Psalm Eight was read by the group after which Mrs. P. S. Parker read the poem, "My Mending Basket. Committees appointed were Mrs Harry Lutes, song: Mrs. Bob Scott historian; Mrs. Jime Lutes recreation; Mrs. C. p. Michael, home grounds; Mrs. P. S. Parker, garden- Mrs Mary Scrapes, poultry; Mrs'. Walter^Lutcs, home dairy Mrs CharlepLutes, foods and nutrition-' Mrs. Clarence Davis; home furnishing; Mrs. Sue Davis, home Industry and handicraft; Mrs Ira Koonce. clothing; Mrs. Claude O'Neal, home management and safety: Mrs. R. L. Payne, child development and family life; Mrs. P. u. Jarratt, food preservation; Mrs Raymond Stringer, education; Mrs! D. S. Hay, citizenship and Mrs. ansas Press Association be conducting Its 19th onnual midwinter business session. The APA also holds sessions tomorrow. Tom Allen, Brmkley publisher and state representative, is slated to be elevated to the presidency, succeeding w. H. Love of Warren. It is customary to elevate the first vice-president to the presidency. A third vice-president and two directors also are to be named. The women also will elect officers, Mrs. M. P. Jones. Jr., Scarcy, is president of that group. Missco Baptists To Hear Address On Mission Work Dr. C. W. Caldwell, member of the Baptist slate mission board of Little Rook, will be the principal speaker at the Workers Conference to be conducted at the First Baptist Church in Osccola at 10 a.m. tomorrow. The Mississippi County Association conference was delayed because of bad weather. It originally was scheduled for last Friday. Dr. Caldwell's address will follow the devotional to be given by the Hev. Percy Herring, pastor of the Osceola church. The theme of tomorrow's program will be "Let's Go," and the Rev. liussell Duffer, pastor of the New Liberty Church and moderator of the association, will preside at the business session. Approximately 100 Baptist workers arc expected to attend ihe New Member Meets With Gosnell WMU One new member, Mrs. Walter Grissom, met Tuesday night with the 10 members of the Gosncll WMU at the home of Mrs/Robert Williams. The meeting was opened with the singing of the song, "Bring Them In" followed hy player which was led bv Mr.s. Lewis Rhymes. Mrs Rhymes alfo gave the devotional "To Whomsoever Much Is Given." A Royal Service program was presented with Mrs. Cecil Gray using as her topic, "Advance in loso." "A Spiritual Revival" Mrs. Grissom. M: w.is gi' 111 by Jack Moody Dell PTA Plans For County Meeting Plans for the County Council meeting to he held in Dell Jan. 13 I Ca 6°were discussed by the members of A nominating committee for the the Dell PTA at the meeting of sc| ection of officers was appointed Mrs. Watson Speaks At Sudhury PTA Meeting "The Fine Arl of Being Informed" was f the topic used by Mrs. Carrol Watson of Osceola, district director of the PTA, when she was guest speaker al (he meeting of the Sudbury PTA yesterday at Sudbury school. "We can do this by reading good material and by talking over our children's problems with their teachers," said Mrs. Watson. Mrs. Roy Johnston read the president's message, "Together Let Us Build," A poem, "The Housewife's Lament" was read by Mrs. Jesse M White. The business meeting was conducted by Mrs. George Stilwell, president, during which Mrs. Vance Henderson gave the minutes of the previous meeting. Mrs. Harry Bogan gave the treasurer's report. The need of a new PTA national headquarters was discussed by Mrs. Tim Esies and the group agreed to send a contribution toward the construction of this building In Chi- the group yesterday afternoon. "Children Need To Be Understood" was the title ot the program which was given by Mrs A B. Caldwell. Mrs. R. Griffin gave the afternoon devotional alter which a special musical program was presented by five clarinet members of the Dell Band. The group which was vulcr the direction of Miss Patsy Billinger, played "Beautiful Dreamer." Miss Gail Overtoil chose as the topic for her discussion, "Momma, Spank Me." "Development of The Child" was the subject on which Miss Molly Guard spoke. In the room count prizes were presented the rooms or Mrs. C. R. Harmon and Miss Guard who tied for first place In the clementery school. The high school award was presented the rom of W. T. Stewart. In the social hour followim: hostesses were Mrs. James Tldwell and Mrs. Russell. Odis Seratte. health. In the social hour following the meeting the hostess. Mrs. Scrapes, served refreshments. by the president. Those appointed were Mrs. Joe Trieschman, Mrs. Barter Trade Conducted At Kashmir Front Line SrilNAOAR, Kashmir —i/J->— Barter trade is bein» conducted across the cease-fire line in Kashmir despite restrictions on the AFTKH FIVK COTTON — New; movement ol people and goods, .siiurt length dri-ss for gkiinnnins j Ka.smiris living along tile line arc evenings friini five p.m. on. The; repoi ted to be using difficult exotic gold on white (otton print is] mountain p;is.<;e;; for the unauthor- worn over a bright |iilik cotton j i/ed trading;. People on Jle Pakis- cho.se as her subject -The Duties and Works ITiroiifih Stewardship" Mrs. Robert Williams discussed "Co-Operation." Mrs. Tom Grimes spoke on the ••Proportion Plan" alter which Mrs. W. C. Maxwell discussed the "Twenty-Two States" The closing address was given b!f Mrs. J. T. Karnes, she spoke on "Spearhead of Advance." Mrs p E Lucius led the closing prayer Refreshments were served by the hostess, FOR SALE iinclrr.skirf. An apple srrrn huvn tan side usuallv rock salt. hankie nml little gold linttnns are i wlvjat and snuff while residents of lorfu! highlights. My Sara Itipanll., Indian-hold Kashmir supply sugar, j cloth, rice and vegetables. 4R Concri'le rutverts. 12 inch hi till, (ihitn nr rc'CdforiTiI . Concrete Uuilflinf; mucks cheaper than lumber for burns, chicken houses, pump houses, tenant houses, tmil sheds. We deliver. Call us (or free estimate. OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO. i'hotie GDI. Coming Events Social Calendar Thursday | The Mary Martha Sunday School ; Class of the Fir.st Baptist Church meets at 7:00 p.m. with Mrs. j. a Barnes for a potluck supper. ' The Girl Scrut Lone Troop Asso- ! cation mrets ai 7:30 p.m. at the Little House in Walker Park. I'riday Alpha. Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meets in Room 110 of j Hotel Noble at 2:30 p.m. ; Mr.s. Raymond Schmui'k, Mrs. Zal Harrison, Mrs. Arthur Webb and Mrs. J. G. Barnes entertaining at Hotel Noble in the Colonial Room with a tea-shower from 3 to 5 noil- i oring Miss Mary Jo Natters, bride- i elect of O:car Elliott, Jr. I Mrs. Leadennie Fowler hostess to CKC Club. Friday Contract meets with Mrs. George Pollock, Jr. MLssls.sippi county Coimcil of Associations meet John Mayes, Mrs. Fred Salib'a and i P ' 1rc " t - T enchcr Associa Mrs. E. F. Fry. at Del1 Baptist Church. Mrs. F. E. utely was appointed chairman of the summer round-up. Mrs. Stilwell urged all mothers to attend the County Council meeting to be held in Dell Friday. In the room count pri7.es were presented the rooms of Miss flea- trice Hareell and Miss Alma Peters. Mothers of the third and fourth grades were hostesses lo the group for a social following. Green and silver were the chosen color scheme with a low bowl fillet! willi green and silver greenery centering the white clothed refreshment (able. Individual white cakes, nuts and iced drinks were served. Green candy letters spelling "PTA" topped each of the cakes. Al The Hospitals Bljtheville Hospital Dismissed: -ijlin Shu<npert, Frenchman's Bayou Mary Dolan, City Special Reductions On All LADIES FALL "STYLE SHOES" • 2 Days Only • FRIDAY AND SATURDAY To Bring Down House CHICAGO — UTt— The last act soon will go on at the old Haymarket theater. The theater, on Madison street near Halsted. opened in 1887. Legitimate drama, vaudeville atitl ^movies were featured at one time or another. But it probably was best known as a burlesque house. The building will be torn down to make superhighway. way for n There arc certain ••.soldiers" among ants whose duty is to defend tiie colony. LOT 1 Suedes, Combination Black. Flrnwn. Green. Twccdies and Vitality. Si/.es 4A lo U. VALUES 10.95 to 13.95 $T95 7 LOT 2 Tailored Pumps. Straps, Sandals. Life Stride ami Charm Step. Si/.es 3A to C. VALUES 7.95 to 9.95 $/195 4 LOOK FOR A SPECIAL, ANNOUNCEMENT NEXT WEEK ALL SALES FINAL e*_ SONS SH O EE S ALL SALES CASH Box Office Opens fi:l5 Kurgain Ni«]it livery Night Except Saturday No pushes honored on Sun da 5 a I The ROX1 Thursday & Friday A Fjrifrwcnl PU1*e DOKOTHr DAN iTtBtlNG lamour • Duryea • Mayden Selected iJhnrt Suhjccls Continuous Shows Box Office Opens I :15 Show SI arts 2:00 10:00 a.m. IS:-]5 p.m 4:30 p.m I.ISTKN TO KI.CS Thursday & Friday " Paramount News A Selected Whorl ConltnaovR Shnwlnt Everyday lEDEL'S Slashes Prices to the Bone With These Specials All First duality, Hriiiwleil iMcrchi Prices Good 3 Days Only—Fri.-Sat-Mon Men's DRESS SHIRTS Fancy patterns, 14 to 17!/ 2 Children's Outing Sleepers 1 & 2-pc. garments, 2 to 8 Boys' Sport Shirts Long sleeves, sizes 4 to 12 Boys' Knit Polo Shirt Long sleeves, 8 to 16 Boys' Wool Sweaters Large sizes, button front Children's Anklets Dark shades, 7 to 81/2 Childre's Coats and Snow Suits .. 1.50 79c 79c 79c 00 15c 1 Ladies Fall DRESSES i Price Men's Jac Shirt All wool, solids, plaids ___ _ oys' Leather Helmets 7fi r on and brown ................. § JT V oys' Flannel Shirts \ otton plaids, all sizes ........... | a Cotton plaids Children's Chenille Robes Pink, blue, 1 to 5 only . . . : Children's Rubber Boots \ Black with red top, 5 to 1 1 ........ | Men's Leather Coats i A ftA Button or zipper ............. | UxV V Children's Galoshes \ AA Snop fastener, 6 to 3 | ra "^) Ladies Sweaters ip r : r|l Short - long sleeve 2 r llvv I ED EL'
What members have found on this page
Get access to Newspapers.com
- The largest online newspaper archive
- 8,600+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
- Millions of additional pages added every month