The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 28, 1950 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, August 28, 1950
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FACT Jane Shelfou, Society Editor 4461 Surprise Party Given For 81st Birthday A surprise drop-in was given ye«- 'terday afternoon from 3 to s p.m at the Roy Koonce home In compliment to the 81st birthday of MM Koonce's mother, Mrs. Sue Caldwell. The Koonce home was filled with bouquets of assorted shaded summer flowers for the occasion. Throughout the afternoon birthday cake.and, iced drinks were serv ^ed the 36 relative. 1 , and friends ot Mrs, Caldwcll's who called. The large birthday cake, which was topped with 81 pink and white 'burning candles, centered the refreshment 'table, which was laid with a lace cloth and centered with an arrangement of dainty blossoms in a low bowl. * • . • Initial Alumnae Meeting Js Held at Razoi'back - A luncheon at the Razorback Saturday preceded the Initial meeting 'of Zeta Tau Alpha Alumnae Asso- -ciation. Ten members of the nation;'al social sorority, attended the ai- If air. . ' . •' In a business session immediately following the luncheon Miss Luclla Barnes was named secretary . of ;rush days, with Mrs. Floy Brantley and Mrs. Hugh whltsltt named as chairmen for the next alumnae 'meeting. Mrs. Helen Saunders and Mrs. Ramon Morton were selected 'as chairmen of • arrangements for ;'out of-town guests. .. ... .- Mrs. Harold Underwood ol Har- 1 rUburg was a naut of town guest. ;Mrs. Huey High Scorer .'At Meeting of Rook Club !,' Mrs. J. O. Hiicy was high score ,swinner, and Mrs. W. D. Mayo, rooko ''winnei, Friday afternoon hi the •'weekly game of the Lucky Rook Club. Hostess to the club members was r ;Mrs. W. F McCann. A dessert .'course was served by the hostess following the game to the guesis '.who were seated In the floral bedecked entertaining room, Events Feting Cherry 'Houseguest Are Continued • Continuing the affairs honoring 'Mrs. Alex Caven of Little Rock and Sewanee. Tenn., houseguest of her J Kisler. Mr i J Louis Cherry and Mr Cherrj. was the dinner parly Saturday evening at the Rodney L. i;Banister horn*/ ' . ' Charlotte:. Armstrong roses set. in 'a lov; bowl ' topped the table ct »hlch the eight guests were seated •for dinner, ; Immediately following, the remainder of the evening was spent •in playing canasta in , the entertaining room o( the home which ,held vases filled with asters In a myriad of colors. , NEAT HOME STYLE '??,<? to&-?$a&'\ ' * • *^ s'T-****** iffy? i" ^ x-fvr* ; • W,^;/i ••'-^v^vrf,!-*- &f* ii&«Mit_iU4Si! MM. John B. Harvey Miss Glasscock Says Vows With John B. Harvey Announcement of the marriage of Miss Ma-.-y Elizabeth Glasscock of Blythevllle to John B. Harvey, grandson of Mrs. Beatrice -McMurray, of Blythevllle, Is made today by ihe bride's mother, Mrs. Joe Glasscock. The ceremony was performed Aug. at the home of the Rev. D. H, Blcdsoe. Miss L. V. Bolin was the couple's only attendant. She was dressed In white pique frock trimmed in navy blue and completed with white accessories. She pinned red carnations at her shoulder. A navy blue' frock worn with matching blue accessories was selected by the bride,.Her bridal flowers were red roses? Mrs. Harvey is a graduate of Blytnevllle'High School. Mr. Harvey attended Blythevllle schoils and Is now connected with the Blythevllle Canning Co. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey. will make their home In Blythevllle. . Houseparty Given For County YWA's Five auxiliaries were represented »L the YWA houseparty given for ,he Young Women of the Baptist 3hurches of Mississippi County at the Dogwood Club house this weekend. "Sailing" was the theme selected 'or the meeting with decorations of the rooms being in scenes of ships and docks in thf Association's colors, white, green and gold. Miss Francllle Maloch, associa- lonal YWA president, was in charge of the-banquet' program, with each auxiliary presenting a stunt on the program. '-• '•= • • Miss Doris DeVaull of Little Rock, state Yoving People's Leader, was :uest speaker for the occasion. Miss DeVault discussed "Christ Our Pi- A recreation hour, directed by Miss Alice Priest, followed the banquet, with the Rev, Russell Duffer, pastor of the New Liberty Baptist Church, closing the Friday evening session with the devotional, "Sail- ,ng Our Ship in the Right Course." In the Saturday morning session Mrs. Clyde Webb spoke on "Dcliver- ng Our Cargo." The .New Liberty Baptist WMU was hostess for UIR county meeU, UK, which was attended by 50 young' women. Here Comin-n Events Social Calendar Mrs. Joe Evrard entertains GEO :iub. Wednesday Mrs. F. B. Joyncr and Mrs. A. F. Jermean entertaining In honor of Miss Rosemnry Johnston, bride elect of James M. Williams. Jr. Thursday Miss Rosemary Jnv.nston to be complimented by Miss Virginia Swearengen. Promised Laud WSCS meets at .lie church at 8 p.m. Dorcus Class ot the First Baptist jliurch meets at Ihe home of Mrs. Frank Simmons at 2:30 pm. with Mrs. O. W. Glllesoie as co-hostess. Friday Lucky Root: Club meets at the ionic of Mrs. Cleo Wrcnn. County Council PTA meeting nt the Manila Library from 10 a.m. to 2 perforated pattern for sizes U. 16, 18, 20; 10, 42 and 44. Size 16, 471 yards of 39-inch. For this piticrn, scud 25 cents. In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and Ih; PATTERN NUM- HER to Sue Burnett, Cruder News. 530 South Wells Street, Chicago 7, 111. dress to keep you looking pretty and Ready for von now—the new Fall elficient while you work. Narrow and Winter Issue ot FASHION. 48 ruffling trims the shoulders, bold pages of smart new styles special "" """' "*— ' J ' Interesting features, tree pattern printed Inside. Send 25 cents today . ric rac edges sleeves pockets. Pattern No. 8636 ts sew-rite for your copy. PRESCRIPTION R R R R I R | R ROTHROCK'S DRUG STORE 205 W. Main Phone 4451 "Precision" in our profession means accurate compounding, precise mcasur- I"I, and no marRln for error. Where precision It Important, depend on us! Bit* of News Mr». John Buchanan, Mrs. Blanche Someri and R. V. McFall have as their gueit their brother. L. B. McPall of 6«nt« Barbara, Calif. This I> Mr. McFall's first to Blyiheyllle in 2J yearj. Yesterday,- Mrs Buchanan, Mrs. Somers and L. B McFall viiited in Car- utheisvllle with their nephew, h, B McFall. Mrs. McFall » n d infant son, L B. McPall, Jr. •Mr. aiid Mrs. Don 'Chamblln announce the birth of a son, Don Edward Chamblln, Jr., Saturday at Memphis Methodist- Hospital The baby Is their first child. Mrs. Cham- blln is the former Miss Ann Gallaway of Augusta. Miss Mary Van Sneed of Memphis was the weekend guest of her mother, Mrs. Ethel Sneed. Mr. and Mrs. Russell H. Parr and son, Gary, returned yesterday afternoon from Ashdown, where they had been the guests of Mrs. Parr's parents, Mr. anil Mrs. C. R. piercey for several weeks. Linda Lou Collum Is undergoing treatment at Memphis.Baptist Hos- plUl. Mr. and Mrs. John Moses and children of Mounds, ill., were the weeeknd guests of Mrs. Mos-s pir- ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Shlbley and family. Mrs. J. W. Dunn and children, Jimmy and Mary Ann. arrived today from Union city, Tenn., to spend this weclc with Mrs. Dunn's mother. Mrs. Pearl Hires. Frank Nicholson of Walnut Ridge was the weekend guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B, Nicholson. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bryant of Memphis were the 8unday guests of Mrs. Bryant's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. s. Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Sharp and ion, Bill of Little Boclc, are the hous-- guesfj of their son and brother, H. F. Sharp and family/ Miss Polly Stewart and Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Stewart, jr., arrived Saturday morning from the University ot Arkansas. Fayettevllle, to be the guests of-Mr. .ana Mrs. B. r. Stewart, Sr. Miss Stewart and Mr. Stewart had .been; attending ihe summer session ^t the University. The Rev. and Mrs. R. B. Smith and family have returned to their home In Grenada, MI:s., alter several days visit here with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Sallls. Mrs. H. E. Lawson left yesterday for. Memphis .to be with her husband, H. E. Lawson, who has been patient at , Kennedy Veterans Hospitals for the past three weeks. Mrs. C. L: Pulton. Mrs. Virgil' Crane and Olan Blackburn of Tuck- : erniann were the Sunday guest.; of their sister, Mrs. C. R. Orsburn and tatnily. They r?re ?.cc:?[v.;>f.r.'ci! home by Darryl Vickcrs who had been jpending the week here as the C. R. Orsburn family. '--%£**> James Kennedy has return- id from .Hnrpervllle, Miss., where she visited with relatives. Mrs. A. G. Morris of Murray, Ky.. has arrived lor a two weeks visit with her daughter. Mrs. Billy Boone, Mr. Boone and family. Mrs. Elva Foe and Mrs. Albert Endcrlin' were in Memphis Friday night to nttcnd an al fresco party given by their nephew. Robert Med- crins at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Mcdcrias. The affair was given for the MOAT cast (if which Mr. Mederias is a member for the second season. Cliff Cavit of Flint. Mich., arrived Saturday to *pend a 'week with his aunt, Mrs. c. A. Ridingo. Mis? Rosemary Johnston, Ivlr.i. Jack Hale, Mt« Gay darrlgan and Miss Arden Ferguson were In Jonesboro Saturday where they attended a rmh party ol Pi Beta Phi, social sorority. Mlfses Garrlgan and Ferguson nttcndcd as ruslices of the sorority. Following the luncheon at. Holcl Noble the giie-ls were entertained at a drop in at the home of Miss Jean Stuck. • Miss Barbara Monashan and her houseguest. &MM (Catherine Wheeler of Caraway, are In Little Rock today to attend the state Trl-Dclta sorority rush pnrly. Ruslu-ss attenrt- Bridge Winners Are Announced Ivy W Cia»rtord and O, 8. Crow- f\\ won «rat In the Matter Point Tournament held Saturday afternoon at the Noble Hotel by members of the Duplicate Brdge League Other wlnnern were Mrs.- T. J,. Barnei and Mr«. Foy Ecchlson, second ind Mri. o. W. McCutchen and Mrs W. D. Chamblln, Ihlrd. In the business session preceding the tournament. Mrs. Chamblln waa selected to serve as a member of the Board of Directors of the Ajkansas Bridge Association to represent the Blythevllle Club. Plans for the City Tournament, were also announced. The tournament will be played in two sessions. Thursday and Friday, Sept. 7 and 8th at 7:30 p.m. at the Hotel Noble. Trophies and Master points will be awarded the winners. MIS. Dick White «nd Mrs, McCutchen will be In charge of ticket sales. MONDAY, AUQU1T M, 1MB ing the two members are Mi.wes Gay Garilgan. sue Crafton Martha Dell Dlxon of Sikeston and Dorothy Ann Girdlcy of Kriier. The group will return tomorrow afternoon. Mr. and Mis. Roland Bishop and Mr and Mrs. Dill Banister have re- Guests Attend HD Club Meeting Fourteen members and two guests, Mrs. Frances Gammlll and Mrs. Gertrude B. Holiman, of the Promised Land Home Demonstration Club, met Friday afternoon at the Tollle Gann home. Mrs. Gann and Mrs. J. M. Vearey were hostesses for the bi-monthly meeting. Mrs. Lewis- Bali, vice-president. conducted the meeting which was opened with the discussion, '"Hie Importance of Having Cows Tested for Tuberculosis," given by Mrs. Gammlll, Mrs Holiman. county home dcm- oiiFtratlor agent, spoke briefly on hobble.i. The meeting was adjourned with the Joint repealing of the club collect. A sandwich plate was served by the hostesses immediately following. Marriage Licenses- The following couples obtained marriage licenses Saturday at the office of Miss Elizabeth Blythc county clerk: • Mark D. Richards of Bristol, Tenn.. and Mrs. Betty I: Thomas of Blythevllle. Eugene Lamor Arlene Meissler, vllle. Aycnck and Miss both of Blythe- baby, At The Hospitals Blytheyille Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Ralph Connor, and Holland. Charles Pritchard. City. Walla Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Fred Nichols, Steel'. Mrs. Roy C-.lvin and baby, City. W. D.iRodden, City. , Linda Kay Cassldy. Rt; 1. Mrs. B. T. Brookner, City. . The ribbon-tailed bird of paradise lives only in the high Mt. Ha- School Days Ahead r Back-lo-school clothes for small fry stress practicality. Brother and sister (left) wear washable tot- tons. His trousers are jwarl rr »y pinwale corduroy; the pullover la cotton jersey. Her one-piece cotton jumper dress is plaid (infham; she carries m fireman red cotton jersey cardijin. Small bo, (upper right) wears checked vest and trousers in worsted-type rayon fabric while little sisler (lower riiht) U ready for rain in belled plaid raincoat and neece-lined red rubber boots. - , Sylvester Gets National Fraterniiy Office Tommy Sylrc:tcr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rnlci;;h Sylvester of Blytlie- villc, has been named deputy director for Ihe Midwest province of Sigma Phi fraternity. States included In this province nre Arkansas, Missouri, Louisiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigna .Illinois nnd Nebraska. He will hold this office until the 1952 Sigma Pi national convention. Mr. Sylvester was president ol the Arkansas State College, Joiics- boro, chapter of Sigma Pi prior to his graduation this spring. Livestock gen district Guinea. of east central they apent a week. : Mrs. Charles Lahgston and family have returned from Bowling Green, Ky.; where they .were the guests of Mrs. Langston'i mother, , turned from Morfork Lake where Ross D. Hughes. Mrs. Beulah Dukes. They were accompanied to Bowling Green by Miss Sara Brown Baatln, who had been their houseguest for three weeks. Claude Sparks has returned from New and Mississippi where he spent n week with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Benny Cook and daughters of Memphis were Sunday visitors In Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. Orvtlle O. Elklns. Jr.. and daughter. Teresa, of Brinkley, were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Elklns and Mr. nnd Mrs. O. V. Daws. Mrs. Elklns and daughter remained for a week's visit. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kitchen and daughter. Kathleen of Sikeston were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Woodrow nnd family. Miss Luclla Barnes will return Wednesday from Hughes, Ark., where she Is spending several days ns guest if Miss Jackie Jones. Miss Jones nnd Miss Barnes were classmates this summer at Arkansas. State College. Jonesuoro.. I Mrs. Byron Morse and her niece,! Miss Nancy Hughes, left this morn-' tng for Washington, D. C., where Mrs. Morse will spend two weeks as guest of her son, Capt. William Morse and family. Miss Hughes, who has been making her home In Dallas, Tex., for the past year, has accepted a position in the office of Hep. E. C. Galhings in Washington. She has spent the past two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. NATIONAL . STOCKYARDS, III., Aug. 28. M'j—(USDA)—Hogs 10,000; active, generally 25-50 higher than Friday's average: bulk good and choice 2M-240 Ibs 25.2o-50; top 22.50; heavier weights scarce; few 250-275 Ibs 24.25-25.25; 180-180 Ibs 24.75-25.25; 1SD-170 Ibs 22.50-24 75' 120-140 Ibs 19.50-21.15; < few 100110 Ibs 17.50-18.75; good and choice sows 400 Ibs down 21.50-22.75; good 410-500 Ibs • 20.25-21.00; heavier weights 18.25-19.75; -stags 12.5015.00; boars 8.00-11.50. New i CnUIc G.OOO. calves 1.800; about j 80 loads of steers offered, including 15 cars of southwest grassers; approximately 14 per cent of the run cows; opening trade on the slow side with prices about steady • on all classes; a few high good and choice steers 30.00-31.00; one load common and medium south'.vcst grass steers 23.40; good heifers and mixed yearlings 28.50-30.00; common and medium 24.00-28.00; common and medium cows largely 19.5021.50: odd head good 22.00 and above; canners and cutlers 15 5015.50. Stephen Music Studio • Piano & Violin • Lessons will be resumed Monday, September Fourth. 207 if. Fifth Phone 3191 Rockie Smith School of Dancing Announces Fall Registration Aug. 28-29,2-5 pm. 911 No. Sixth Sr. Pre-School Ages — 3i-5 Classes for Boys & Girls Adult Ballroom GOSPEL MEETING It's Only Money REGINA. Sask. - W>j — Indians have been attending the horse races here and race officials say they are getting a great kick out of It. The red-skins sit solemnly !n one corner of the bleachers and watch the pale'"'" '° Se money ' H. F. Sharp Aug. 28-Sept.7 Services 8:00 Nightly Luxora Church of Christ proudly announce their appointment as a hised dealer for We invite you lo see our complete line of exquisite Heirloom Slerlinj. Three young-spiriled pattern!... famout lor Ineir freshness and orismalily. Here it solid silver enduringly slyled with the richness of museum piecei ... jl prices even a "young" budget can afford. Expert on Birds Colls Owl Stupid CHICAGO—{.T^—The owl Ijnt «o smart. Austin L. Rand, curator of bird] at the Cblcsro Natural History Museum, grants that they make quite an Impressive »pp«arance. "But owls don't seem to hay* much behind the front they pot up," he says. "People who h»r» studied them find that the young are very slow to learn to feed themselves. One saw-whet owl that wu kept captive refused to eat Uv«r put Into Its page, apparently not recognizing the meat aa food. 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