The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 24, 1950 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, January 24, 1950
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TAtff FOUR BLYTireVTLLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS 3 • Jtn« Sheltun, Society Editor f Mew* Phont 4461 ""Valentine" Theme of Seventh Birthday Party . The Valentine motif of red and white was effectively carried out in the birthday party given recently by Mrs. Fred S Saliba In honor of her daughter, Linda Kaye. The affair, given at the Saliba home, 101 W. Kentucky, was attended by approximately 30.of Linda Kaye's s'oung friends, and was in celebration of her seventh birthday, • Following an hour of games the guests gathered around Hie dining table from which were served a red and white birthday cake and Ice cream. Later the guests presented their gifts to Linda Kaye, and received favors as mementos of a gay afternoon. Mrs. Saliba was assisted in serving by her sister, Mrs. Andrew Moses, and by Mrs. W. J. Pitzhugh. Circle Two Meets; New Members Present - Mrs. L. A. Henry and Mrs. Gcrald- :.jne Hindi became new members of Circle Two of the Calvary Baptist Church when the nine members 'attending met at the home of Mrs. Caray PruiU jcslerdny. Four vlsit- ' ors'<Mrs. Hugh Wheat. Mrs- T. E. Johiuon, Mrs. H. T. cozart and Mrs. Lehman Rounds, were present-. The meeting was opened' witli prayer which was led by Mrs. Sam McGee after which Mrs. R. E. Smothers presented the program. '•Teaching Them to Observe," was the title of the afternoon's discussion with the following participating: Mrs. James Rambo, "The Twelve Nuggets of Gold"; Mrs. H. J. Fondren, "Glimpse Back But Ijook Ahead"; Mrs. Jack Attaway, "Share In the Training School Achievements"; and Mrs. Sam McGee, "How Can We Be 50-50?" Devotional was given by Mrs. PruiU. The-closing prayer was led bj' Mrs. Lizzie Henry. Baptist Circles Meet For Business-Study Circle members of-the First Baptist Church met yesterday in the home of members for business and study meetings. '• Circle One met with Mrs. Roy Head with 11 members present, Mrs. Alvin Huffman, jr., gave the opening prayer after which Mrs. Murray Smart presided over a business session. The mission study was lead by Mrs. E. E. Stevens. Circle Two with 14 members present met at the home of Mrs. Ney Hunt. The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. Ted King. The meeting was presided over by Mrs. M. C. Outlaw after which the mission atudy, under the direction of Mrs. C. S. Lemons, was taught. During the afternoon prayers were given by Mrs. Ebb Carson and Mrs. H. H. Brooks. Circle Three met at the Marvin Razer home with Mrs. H. J. Prit- zius co-hostess to the eight members present. The business meeting was presided over by Mrs. Razer after which Mrs. Frilzius conducted the mission study course. Mrs. C. L. Evans led the closing prayer. Circle Four met at the C. W. Afflict home with 11 members and one new member present. Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon presided over the meeting which was openecMvith the group's repeating' of the watchword. Mrs. T. H. Haynes led the group In prayer after which Mrs. Afflick taught the mission study. Mrs. Joe Evans led the closing prayer. Circle Five was entertained by Mrs. C. E. Edds with nine members present. The meeting was .presided over by Mrs. M. W. Lewis with the opening prayer and mission study being given by Mrs. W. Marlon Williams. Mrs. Cecil Brannan led the closing prayer. Circle Six met at the home of Mrs. J. T. Westbrook with H members present for the meeting which was opened with prayer led by Mrs R .G. Cash. Mrs. Ivy W. Crawford presided over the meeting. Mrs. R L. Thompson gave the mUsion study followed by the closing prayer by Mrs E. H. Brown. At the conclusion of each meeting a social hour was held. At The Hospitals lilyllicvillc Hospital Dismissed: Mary Mathis, Arbyrd. Mo. Mrs. Edna Dohns, Alburnett, la. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Andrew Pace and baby, Keiser. Dorothy Jean Lockrldge .Stcele. Baby Jimmy Burris, City. Herbert O Foshee, City. Gayther Lucker .Steele. Bob vcach, Manila. TO BECOME IlRliiu—The engagement of Miss Nancy Levcsque Little of Memphis, daughter of Hamilton Evrard Little and the hue Mrs. Little of Memphis, to Andrew Cecil Oliver, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Cecil Oliver of Proctor, was announced recently. Plans lor the wedding of Miss Little, who is a frequent Blytheville visitor'in the homes of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Little, and uncle, Tom Little and family, will be announced later. Coming Events Social Calendar Wednesday Lange. Centra], Sudbury PTA Study Courses at Lunge at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. H. H. Hollchius, and Mrs. C. P. Rambo entertain members of Chapter "D" of PEG with 1 o'clock luncheon at Houchlns home. Miss Mary Jo Nabcrs becomes the bride of Oscar T. Elliott, Jr., at 4 p.m. at the home of her parents on Main. Delphla Society meets at Hotel Noble at 10 a.m. Mrs. Otto Scrape entertains Club Eight Wednesday Bridge meets with Mrs. L t Old. Jr. Thursday Phc'oean Class o! First Baptist meets at 7:30 at Theodore Logan home. Mrs. Farrls McCalla entertains rhursdn 1 . Luncheon, Mrs. Leon Sclicrer hostess _tf£ Thursday Rook Club. "^f^ ilvthrllte Rook meets with Mrs G. V. Daws. Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester entertains Thursday Night Club. Avalon Bunco meets with Mrs. Raymond Shamlin. Mrs. R. F. KIrshncr entertains Thursday Club. Octette Club meets with Mrs J imcs Hill, Jr. 20th Century Club meets at Legion Hut. Supper served at 7:30 followed by election of officers. Hosts and hostesses are Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hughes, Mr. and Mrs Jack Hal.. Dr. and Mrs. N. G. Jerome. Mr. and Mrs, Coleman Stevens and Mr, and Mrs. A. R. Olsen. Friday Mrs. Loyd Whittaker entertains Friday Contract. Woman's Club meets at 2:30 p.m. at the Club. Mrs. A. A. Hardy entertains CBC Club. Study Course Planned For Tomorrow at Langc The study for the members of the Langc, Central and Sudbury school PTA'S will be held Wednesday afternoon a t Langc School beginning at 1:30 pJii- Followmg the study course the Laoge PTA executive board will meet at 2:30 p.m. and a general meeting will be held at 3 p.m. in the auditorium. Mrs. Miller President Of Ladies Bible Class Mrs. Lester D. Strubhar was hostess Saturday nt tier home to mern- ocrs of ths Ladles Bible Class of the First Christian Church for a business-social meeting. During the business meeting which was presided over by Mrs J, C. Ellis, Mrs. V. O. Miller was elected president. Mrs. John c. McIIancy vice-president, and Mrs. George W. liarham, press correspondent. Mrs. H. A. Alley Is secretary of the group. In addition to the 12 members present two special gucsU. Mrs. J. C. Ellis and Mrs. C. A. Tant. attended. Mrs. Ellis and Mrs. Tant arj members of the Teachers department of the Sunday School. Following the social hour the group was dismissed with prayer. Mrs strubhnr Is teacher of the class. Circle Five Meets; 10 .Members Present Mrs. Joe Candllsh was pttest yesterday with members of Circle Five of Calvary Baptist Church whicl met at the home of Mrs. Woodrow Wilder. The opening prayer lor the 10 members present was led by Mrs Luclan Galnes after which Mrs! Porter Miller gave the devotional. The afternoon program was presented by Mrs. Wilder. Mrs. Ri'by Priest and Mrs. Harrell Cavishcr. Following the dismissal prayer by Mrs. P. H. Jernlgnn, the hostcsser scrved refreshments. Mr. and Mrs. W. O, Geurin announce the birth of a daughter Sunday at Walls Hospital. The )aby, who Is their first child, has icon named Sarah Kay. Mrs. Geu- In Is the former Miss Dorothy Wright, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. i'crcy A. Wright. Mrs. Inez Trimuc and daughter, Nancy Virginia, have returned to Blythoville from Forrest City where hey attended the funeral of their husband and father, Jack Samuel IVIm lie- Mr, and Mrs. John McDowell and ions, Johnny and Jimmy, have re- urned from Maugham, La-, where hey spent the weekend with rela- .ives. They were Accompanied there >y Mr. McDowell's mother, Mrs. J. D McDowell, who remained for a visit of several weeks with her sis- icr. Condition of Milly Ann Bradley, who has been III at her home on •Valnut for several days, Is improved. Mrs. F.. M. Regenold left Sunday 'or Baltimore, Md., to be with Mr. ii-rcenold who is undergoing treat- ncnt at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Keith j. Hllhrcy returned last nifiht from Joncsboro where he had icen for several days with his fath- r. Lacy Bllbrcy, who ts a patient it St. Bernard's Hospital there. His "alher's condition Is improved. Mrs. Pearl Myers of pigRott is •Isitlng here as guest of her daugh- cr, Mrs. Gene Bradley, Mr. Bradey and daughter Milly. Mrs. Myers was motored to Blythcvillc by another daughter, Mrs. Ralph McNeal. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Richardson and. sons, have moved to their new lotne on parkway Drive in the Loan-Wright Addition. They formerly resided at 111 E. Vine. Condition of Mary Christine Lloyd, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ~ lydc Lloyd, who underwent an appendectomy yesterday at Walls Hospital Is satisfactoi^. Graham Partlow and Jimmy Henry will arrive home tomorrow from the University of Arkansas, Fayctte- ville. to spend the mid-term holidays as guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. 'Partlow and Mr. and Mrs. J. Wilson Henry. Mr. and Mrs. R, E. Blaylock have gone to Nashville where Mr. Blaylock will attend the Masonic Grand Lodge Meeting and Mrs. Bluylock will visit witii relatives. They plan to return tomorrow.. The Rev. W. J. Fitzhugh and Fred Saliba arc in Hot Springs to attend, the annual Diosccnc of Dioces meeting of the Episcopal church. They will remain through Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Wlllinrd H. Pease have moved to their new home on Pecan Street. They formerly lived at 003 Watnul. TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1950 NQVKMHKK 11KIDK — Mfs.i Arthur Wilson-WAS before her mnr- riase Nov. 18, Mrs. Clara Mae Palmer al OsceolA. Mr. ind Mrs. Wilson are now at home in Osceola. ' Mrs. Whittle Hostess To W/'.U, Guests Mrs. Raymond Whittle was hostess yesterday at her home to 13 members and seven visitors of tne Number Nine WM.U of the Baptist. Church. Visitors'for the afternoon were Mrs. Billy Johnson, Mrs. Gerald Johnson, Mrs. Ruth Franch, Mrs. Herbert Julian mid the Rev. Gene Shultz. From Cootcr were Mrs. Cooper and Mrs. Thomas. The meeting was opened by the president, Mrs. T. N. Johnson, after which the group was led in prayer by Mrs. Nellie Northcutt. Following the group's repeating of the watchword Mrs. Bob Stovall gave the devotional. In the Royal Service program Mrs. Billy Johnson discussed "Playing Fair with Others"; Mrs. Herbert Julian, "Advance in 1950"; Mrs. Tom Kelllck, "Co-Operation"; Mrs. Josie Ray. "Proposition"; Mrs. Alice Coiite.s. -22 States," and Mrs'. Whittle. "The Spearhead of Advance.' The afternoon devotional was given by the Rev. Mr. Shultz. In the social hour following the dismissal, the hostesses served cookies and Iced drinks. Mrs. Billy Johnson, guest, was honored with a miscellaneous shower. • 'Symphony Hall' Film to Be Shown At BJytheville 'Y' Symphony Hall will be in Blythe- vlllc via 90-inlnute musical films featuring renowned symphony orchestras nnil operatic stars In a nev,' program to be Initiated by the Blythevllte "Y" Symphony Hall will be the first in a series of fiims being considered by the "Y" directors. J. Wilson Merry, chairman of the project, said If sufficient interest wns shown In Ihe first film that ao'riitionnl ones will be obtained. Symphony Hall will be presented at 8 p.m. February 2 In the "Y" Auditorium. Mr. Henry said film music programs were to be .selected with a view toward meeting the approval of young musicians as well as more accomplished music critics and enthusiasts. Vera Apploton and Michael Field, duo-plan'sti: Mildred Dlll'ng. harpist: the Metropolitan Siring Quartet; Jose Ituvbl. pianist; Yehlldl Meiii'liin, violinist; and the Radio Philharmonic Orchestra of Italy are to be included on the first program. The films are being procured through the Eastm Picture company. Films of most well-known operas and symphonies are available for a small rental fee through the company. J. P. Garrott, supervisor of the Biythevllle "Y" said that, the films uil! be shown free. In 1930, tcabags accounted for less than 10% of the total tonnage of tes sold.. Today sales of tea fn the U.S. diVlde almost 5D-50 between teabags nnd loose packaged tea. nett, la., R passenger In the same car, was dismissed from the hospital yesterday after treatment for similar Injuries. Three other persons received minor injuries In the collision but were not hospitalized. The U.S. Department of Agriculture has demonstrated that baby chicks may be carried by air high as 20,<XX> feet. C/rc/e One Meets In Jim England Home Circle One of Calvary Baptist Church met at the Jim England home yesterday for a brief business and program meeting. Two new members. Mrs. Roy E. Ford and Mrs. Elvp. Bcechmon. xvere present wiih the H members attending. Mrs. Faith Bratton led the open- lug prayer after which Mrs. W. F. O'Neal presided over the business session. Mrs. -Buck Germany, who was in charge of the afternoon program, also presented the devotional. Those assisting Mrs. Germany 'A'iCh the piogram were Mrs. Jim England, who discussed, "The Twelve Nuggets of Gold," Mrs. Henry McCain, ••Glimpse Back But Look Forward," and Mrs. Mabel Luiis- ford, "It All Depends on Who Gets Him First." __ Mrs. McCain"~Ied'Hhc dismissal prayer alter which the hostess served refreshments. THREE TO EIGHT By Sue Burnett Designed to please a lot of three to eight is this cute little outfit that features a simple sleeveless dress topped with a tiny button-on jackei. it will be a perfect warm weather twosome. Pattern No. 8544 is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes 3, 4, 5, 6, 7and 8 years. Size 4, dress l*k yards of 39-inch; jackot and trimming, 1 yard. For this pattern, send 25 cents, In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUM- Canada has approximately 146.000 moose, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service estimates. Blessed Relief from Cramp Pains Scores of happy girls *.nd women are finding Ihat when they Uk« Carclu! each month the/ (ret hl*iscd rslief they never knew before, from funetinnal periodic paina. That'j became unlike pnui-df miemnjf drum, pill* arut lahlels. Car.Lul helpi tor«et pain^ ful contractions of the orpan miucles and thus help* Nature reaume a. more normal ihyth/n. In this wny it actually aidi in overcoming a. frequent cause of painful cramps. It your pains *r« due to eimpLt functional dJEturbanees - don't walt-»»k /or H Hottle of Car.lui. You'll hles» tht day •ou first tried this tested relief. Honorary Titl* Bestowed Upon Mrs. J. C. fills Mrs. J. A. Luckett and Miss Neal Luckett were hostesses at their hom« yesterday to 23 members of the Women council of the First Christian Church for • business meeting. During the business meeting Mrs J. C. Ellis was Delected honorary president of the council by the group In respect to her years of faithful work wltli the council and her work In the church. Mrs Ellis was for several years president of the group. Mrs. J. C. Lowe presented th» worship service. Mrs. Ellis, program leader for >h» afternoon, also presented the program which was a study of the World Call. Those assisting with the program were Mrs. c. A Tant Mrs. James Terry. Mrs. L £, ward' and Mrs. Lester D. Strubhar ' The meeting was presided over by Mrs, Tant. president. Following the benediction hostesses served refreshments HER to Su» Burnett, Courier News 530 Soulh Wells Street, Chicaso 7 Illinois. ' The Spring and Summer FASHION offers many ideas for a smart new wardrobe. Special fabric edition — more American Designer Originals—easy to sew styles—gift pattern printed inside. 24 cents Continuous Shnws Uox Office Opens 1 :.[5 Show St;ir(s 2:00 10:01) i.m l?:45 n.m 4:30 p ni. 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