The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 28, 1950 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, January 28, 1950
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVrLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Jane Shelton, Society Edito* Phone 4461 Club and Guest Meet With Mrs. Farris McCalla Mrs. Toby Long was giiesl yesterday with members of the Friday Club when Mrs. J. Farris McCnlla was hostwi for the weekly dessert bridge. Potted plants decorated the rooms In which the bridge was ployed. Mrs. R. A. Porter won first, Mrs, Long, second and Mrs. Oscar Fendler winning bridgo. * + • Mrs. Hardy Honors CBC Club, Guest The CBC Club and one guest met yesterday at the A. A. Hardy home on Clear Lake Road for an afternoon of rook. Mrs. J. D. Smith was the club's guest. In the game Mrs. C. S. Dowdy won high, Mrs. Haul Byrum second high and Mrs. Ross Moore rooko. During the afternoon Mrs. Hardy served a sandwich plate with Iced drinks. * « • Mrs. Whit taker Hostess To Friday Contract Members of the Friday Club were entertained at the home of Mrs. Loyd Wlilttakcr yesterday for the weekly meeting. Spring flowers, Dutch Iris and Jonquils, were placed In the room in which the members were seated for bridge. High score went to Mrs. G. O. Poetz with Mrs. W. F. Mc- Danlel winning second high. During the afternoon Mrs. Whittaker served refreshments. WMU, Guests Meet For Study Lesson Two visitors met Thursday with 11 members, of the Clear Lake Baptist. WMU for a study of the book, "The Little shepherd of Lone Creek." Mrs. W. Worsley taught the lesson. Following the lesson a politick luncheon was served In the church basement. Mrs. J. B. Cox dismissed the group with prayer. At The Hospitals Blytherllle Hospital Dismissed: Patricia Ann Helton, Stecle. Meal Shotwell. City. Mary Louis, Llixora. John Nelson, City. Walls Hospital JMnry'IJoyd, m. 3. Mrs. Bill Simmons Luxora. Michael Fitzgerald, Air Base. and * baby. A GOOD BEGINNING 8546 \ 34-48 By bue Burnett Start the day with n smile In this neat frock that is well cut with comfortable raglan sleeves. The handy shaped pockets can be omitted, if you prefer. Pattern No. 854G Is a sew-rite p:r- forated pattern In sizes 34, 36, 38 40 42. 44, 46 and 48. Size 30, 4 yards' of 35 or 33-inch. For this pattern, send 25 cents In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Suo Burnett, Courier News 530 South Wells Street-, Chicago 7 Illinois. Don't tniss the Spring and Summer FASHION. This lalcst Issue Is TO BECOME BIUDK— Miss Fay Aberhethy, daughter of Mr. and .1rs. Monroe Abernethy of Carutli- er.svllle, will become the bride of Jeorge Merrcll, III, son of Mr, and Irs. George Merrcll, Jr., of Hayli. Miss Abernethy's engagement is announced todaj by her parent's. The wedding will be performed In early Spring. Osceola News Mis.) Ruth Farley, bride-elect, was nonoied Thursday night when Miss Vivian Scurlock entertained with a Incn shower at her home on South Broadway. Miss Farley will be marled Saturday to William C. Ellzcy if Lauicl, Miss., at the First Chrls- ian Church. The sucst of honor's place was marked \vlth a chair decorated In he bridal motif and satin ribbons She chose for the occasion a trous- cau frock of green crepe and matching accessories. She wore an chld, n gift from the hostess. The hostess was assisted In scrv- ng by her nintlicr, Mrs. J, C. Scur- ock. Among the 14 guests who al- ended was Mrs. Cicnrge Williams of El Dorado,] Dinner flivrn Mrs Ely Driver. Mrs. R. H. Kendrick and Mrs. Billy Driver ellter- alned Friday with a rehearsal dinner honoring the Farley-Ellzey redding party and members ! of the mmedlate families. The guests were seated at Individual tables overlaid with linen cloths, ' ,^,f, • The-,home was decorated In e'lirly spring flowers In low bowls and -ases. Those from out of town who RI- ended included Mrs. Roy Bryan, aunt of the bride-elect. Princeton. Mo., and B. O. Barklcy of Mllllng- on, Tenn. Coming Events Social Calendar .Monday Mrs. Jne Evrard entertains GEO Jlnb. Lake Street WSCS meets at church at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday Mrs. Newton whltis entertains Tri-Town Chita. La Petite mels with Mrs. Max Usrcy. TLE entertained by Mrs. Otto Scrape. Mrs. Charles Crlggcr hostess to Tuesday Bridge. Weilnrsdity Mrs. Graham Sudbury hostess to Club Eight. Wednesday Club meets with Mrs W. J. pollard. Thursday Avnlon Bunco meets with Mrs W. j. cupplcs. Mrs. A.E. Henry hostess to Double Four. Thursday Rook entertained by Mrs. Grover Wren. .Thursday Contract meets with Mrs. o. V/. MrCutchcli. Mrs. Marvin Nltnn hostess to Oc- tette Club. Miss Miu-y Vnn Snced hostess to Nu Phi MU sorority. Mrs. Monroi Besharse co-hostess. Friday Mrs R. A. Porter entertains Fri day Club. CISC Club meets with Mrs. O. O Elkins. Friday Contract entertained b Mrs. Russell C. Farr. Concrete Culvert Tile Sizes up lo 36 m Corrugated Metal Culverts Si7cs up to 81 In. Automatic Flood Galra Concrete' Scplic Tanks Mcl-al Septic Tanks Sewer Tile Best Prices We Deliver A.H.WEBB Hishwaj 61 a | Slatt Line Phone 714 Expert PLUMBING Service • AU, WORK GUARANTEED » Blan Heath Co. PHONE 828 HARRY MYERS in charge of 1'UJMKING DEPARTMENT SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 1050 Mi. and Mis. nay Cole spent Thursday in Memphis and points in Mississippi. Lieut, and Mrs. Robert Kershnw of Dcnrcr, Colo., announce the birth of a son. Jan. 21 at the base ho.spl- Inl In Denver. The baby, who Is Uielr first child, lias been named Roberl 'Wnddlngton Kershaw, If. Mrs. Kcrshaw Is the former Miss Lavonla Huth Peterson of Blythe- ••'llc. Ueut. nnd Mrs. Kershaw re- •ntly returned from three years i Guam. Mrs. S. S. Patterson and daugh- :r. Miss Vivian Patterson, are lending today in Memphis. Neal Grscll. who Is employed In Jiicsboro, Is spending the weekend ere with Mrs. Oescll. I Marlon Randolph Smith, who Is I student at Arkansas State Col- Be, Jonesbnro, Is the weekend nest of his grandmother. Mrs. M. '•. Goodwin, nnd nister. Kny. Mr and Mrs. John W. McRnln I Dellnn, Mich.. Announce tlie birth r a son, Jan. 22, In the Community o.spital In Hnttle Creek. The bnby. ho Is ttielr second r-liild, has been lined John Rodney They have a inghter three years old. Mrs. Mc- »ln Is the tormer Miss I.ystra rackln, daughter of Mr. and Mrs [imes T. Brackin. Miss Joanne Campbell, who |» a udent at the University of Ark- usas, Fnycttevllle, h the semester Dlirtny guest of her parents, Mr. id Mrs. Russell Camptjcll. Mrs. R. M. Logan, Mrs. S. E. Time nd Mrs. Harmon Taylor are spcnd- j today In Memphis. Mi-, and Mrs. Harold Frazler and 'r. and Mrs. Ben Abbott were in (miplils last night where they at- nrtcd the performance of "Holiday n Ipo" at Ellis Auditorium. Miss Robbie Jean Young of Hun- nglon Beach. Collf., arrived by ane Thursday for a visit here as lest of her undo. Henry Young, nd foni'ly. Miss Yonne was Joined i Memphis for the trip to Blylhc- ile by Mrs. Roland Howard. Mrs larcus Oalncs, Nolan Young, and cnry YOUIIK. Charles Crigger in 'arrived home estcrday from the University of Fnyetteville, to spend the Dniester holidays as guest of his arent-s, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crlg- =r. Jr. He was accompanied home y.Bcn Lincoln of Little Rock, also 'student at the University., MUs Rosemary Johnston Is '.spend- ng the weekend In Greenwood, iiss.. as guest of Miss Betty Lee :nrtin. Miss Martin joined Miss ohnston in Memphis for the trip 0 Greenwood. They are former assmalcs al Birmingham Southern. Mr and Mrs. K. B. Wooctson are 1 Knyctteville today where they re attending the graduation of iclr daughter, Miss Betly Wonrt- on, from the University of Ark- nias. —Courier Newi Pholo HOBBY SHOW EN'TRIKS—Among the entries In the annual hobby show sponsored by the Woman's Club yeslerday were left to right, Early Americn glassware, a Swiss music box, over 100 years old, some hammered trays and a crayola drawing of the.Matt Monaehan family, Varied Collections Reveal Interests Of Residents In Annual Hobby Show lantation Auctioned; ecomes Small Farms GOULD. Ark.. Jan. 2B. OT>> — The nce-fabnlous South Bend planta- 'o» of Southeast Arkansas Is now number of small forms. The last unbroken block of the Imitation, started in 1851 by a Dr. 'aylor rnd formerly running 16 nles along the Arkansas River in a and _ Lincoln counties, wits old at public auction yesterday. Tlie Boron and Albro Company f Memphis received S1G7.056 for ie 7,140 acres, inch-din? (he man- ion, sold to various individuals. •/ig/ty way Bids Run .ower Than Expected LITTLE ROCK. Jan. 28. Ml— x>w bids received by the Arkansas "tale Highway Commission Frlda> n 12 road projects were 19 per ent below the estimated ccst. Alf E. Johnson, State Highway Deportment engineer, said the low 'Ids total about 11.317.000. which s about $32:!.000 under the depart- nent's estimate of cast. Bids were received on four pro- ects in Pulnski county and others n Lawrence, sharp. Poinsctt. Garand. I7ard. Sharp, Crawford anc Jefferson counties. Varied Interests ranging from sluf- , lections, Ihosc who came only to ling pheasants and hammered tool- | view left determined to begin a hobby, a hobby for such shows, and also for the owners own pleasure as Lhe years past and the hobby grew During (he show tlie hostesses foi ing to retouching antique vases and crayola paintings were oxhibited yesterday in the annual hobby show indcr the .sponsorship of the Woman's Club given at the club in connection with R regular meeting the afternoon served aborted foods from the refreshment table, bei , e- -- ............ i ••- ...... j ~. .....*, ».Preceding the informal showing l decked in complement to the Valen- v ' an J °'"*- Margery Hale, Bon- were talks by the guest speakers | tine theme. Hostesses for the meet- nle Neil McCormick. Laura Hemby, "' John Wilks Tops Honor Roll for First- Semester W. D. Tommey, principal of Bly- hcvllle High School today an- otiuced the honor roll for the semester. He listed the following students: John Wilks, Murray Smart, VI- * WE. THE WOMEN * By Bltb MlllcU, NBA SUfl Writer Check Compliments, Men; Wives Need Right Kind A word to husbands: pleate do not. read.) In order to remain isfactory husband ( Wives, » really sa t- man should every now »nd then, check up on the quality of the compllmenlj he pays his wife. , Plrst off, he ought to think back to Ihe first year of their marriage and remember the kind of compliments he used to pay her. The kind that made her eyes sparkle and her head lift. Then he ought to check up on the kind of compliments he Is handing her today. If he finds that whereas he used to admire the tilt of her nose or tlie shine of her hair he Is now telling her she is a wonderful cook or that he's glad she Isn't a scatter-brain like Mrs So-and-So, he's Zellner, Harold Daniels, Betty Sue Lovelace, Nancy Shivley, Patsy Pope, Tommy Dowdy, Fruma Borowsky' Johnny Loggins, Ann Perry, Louise Sullivan, Robeson. slipping. And he needn't think she isn't conscious of the change, wives like, of course, to be praised for their cooking and other home-making accompolishments. They like to be • admired when they arc all dressed up ready for a party, Kemember Those Courllng Days But Die kind of compliments that keep them fc-Ulng young and loved arc the kind Ihey remember from the early days of their man-Jaffa^ Compliments that come at u^9 expected times. Compliments that make them feel more glamorous than they are. Compliments that' are strictly man to woman stuff. Those are the kinds of comnil- • ments you p.iid your wife at ihe beginning of your marriage and If they've lurned into something much, much more pro.salc, then you ' can be sure she misses the kind of admiration she used to get from you. ! Think It over, men. when that cute little file clerk In the offlt-e the afternoon, Mrs. Gertrude j |, lg wcrc Mrs H ollman Mrs Dcd- Snlrlc y King. Ruth Hale. Vivian iman, who discussed the differenl i ,„„„_ Mrs L E B akcr, M-s Haral- Pil "erson, Irene McCook, Charles methods of painting and finishing j >on j^, Jean g;, r i)e-' ^j rs j, H Prichard, Marilyn Daugherty, Vir- in.,.ri*... „„,! »,.„ n i „....„ ...>.„! ... •• • • ".•„;..,. Pcm , eri , ien Borowsky, Clovls Igurlnes, and Mrs. B. A. Bupg, who j Alken. Mrs Glenn Ladd Mrs Jess ' °' ni!l Pc Irscussed hobbies, the definition, seeman and Mis. J. R. Smothcrmon. I Grimctt - P°8S!' how a hobby is born and the hobbies of famous people. Entering the large room In which .he hobbies were placed along the wall line one first glimpsed two colorful pheasants, mounted by Tom Halter. Scout Awards nisphiyeil A collection of almost every badge, iward and handiwork made by a Joy Scout were displayed by Mrs. R. L. Dcclman, who explained her icyis were her hobby, and -scouting heirs, so why not help in their col- .ection of their hobby? ' Mrs. Dcd- mnn-s collection ranged from handmade moccasins to honor bfidgcs. Glimpsed In the show were tiny 'tgurines. which had been painted with a "professional" air by Mrs. ene Dickinson. Not to be overlooked was Ihe crayola drawing by Mrs. Alex Shcl- >y. of one of the members of a mem- >er of the Woman's Club's family, Mrs. J. C. Droke, who exhibited picture revealed the identity of ;he family as that of the Matt Mon- aghans'. ' A table filled with delicate flowers, hand painted turtles, used for decorations and flower ' holders, caused ohh's and anil's from the .ntercsled viewers. Mrs. Jim Crafton, Mrs. Jim Oats, and Mrs.- George Barhain contributed their works to make up the display. Claiming the Interest of the admirers of art, were the colorful and varied paintings, copper tooling, anci hammered trays attractively arranged. Among those contributing to this phase of the exhibit were Mrs. O. A. Vtnson of Armorel, Mrs. W. O. Anderson, Mrs. Lee Stiles. Mrs. Gene Dickinson and Mrs. E, H. McClure. Glassware Holds Interest An interest catching arrangement of early American glassware was exhibited by Mrs. Gelrge M .Lcc. Her collection Included pieces in Egyptian paltern datin gback prior to the 1800'3. Reminding the group of the days long ago was the Swiss Music Box, over 100 years old, also displayed by Mrs. Lee. Mrs. Floyd Haralson cxiilaincd lo the group about her extensive coin collection which included rare pieces of years ago, which included three-cent piece. To thrill the heart of any needle lover was the collection of all types of handwork ranging from a daluti dress to quilts and even a rug. Contributing to this varied nnd abilltj revealing collection were Mrs. W C. Whlttaker, Mrs. C. A. Taut, Mrs. J. A. Saliba, Mrs. E. F. Blomeyer, Mrs. L. F,. Bakci, Mrs. George Barhain and Mrs. Paul Pryor. Glimpsed In the collections was n speller which dated back to 1854, owned by Mt* v J. G. Barnes. Chinese cup anci saucer from ground rice, owned by Mrs. W. S. Johnston, and a breath-taking collect ion of delicate plates, exhibited by Mrs. C. L. McWnlers. Jr. In such varied and Interesting col- Gilmer. Jimmy . Mrs. B. A. liugg was in charge The number "two" once was re- the first departure from unity. Wcldman, Albert Falrficld, Vivian S^v R H!»iuS,7 M*."" t :,"? k !« « i >•"",« '*-'i •*"•«* ' J -ou've told her how efficient sh« ' s, but because you've said some- hing flattering about HER. And your wife is no _ different. Tay your wife the same kind of compliment— and see if you don't of the afternoon program. Mrs. Ken- ' l 'W l ° r - La"? Bakc1 '- Johnny Log- da,, Berry Is president of the club. *& J^'j^rV^S Bailey. Shirley Lovelace, Edward Pipkin, Betsy Bell, Nancy Hamilton, Max Hill, Maxine Htpp. Bobby Orsburn, Linda Bunch, Stanley Zellner, Dixie Sutlon, Charles Klnntngham. Delano McMillin, Mary Sue Watkins. Allen Bush, palay Pope, Fruma Borowsky. Sondra Long. Wlnl- heth Buckley, Tommy Dowdy, Rosemary Monnghan, Mary Ann Hobe- son, Alan Berry, Dona Sue Core. Lois Cruse, Ann Perry, Dlanna Zeller. Bob Btodgett, Louise Sullivan, nick Reid, Lula Wayne Llslon and Nancy Shlvlcy. Sue Orsburn. Honorable mention for 'the first semester went to Graham Sudbury. Patty Bartholomew, Shirley Wade, Aleda Freeman, Joyce Ingram, Betty Sue Lovelace, Sally Trieschmann, Millie Ann Mallory, Nancy Damon, Martha Nichols. Pat Hearn, Mary Jo Eaton, Shannon Langley, Billy Dean Jackson. Barbara Ann Johnson, Peggy Freeman. Melba Pryor, Mary Lynn Smith, Howell Boyd, Harold Daniels, Betty Arney, Emadell Suearengen, Gwendolyn Rhoads, J. B. Riggs, Frances Robinson, Dallas May,'Betty Harbor, Merry Nell Lane, Bonita Slankard, Eva Jane Cox, Nita Rose Halt, Charlene Cameron, Velma Sharp Jane Wilson, Reba Beasley. Joan Earls, Granviilc Cooley, M o n Goodrich, Billy Bert Mayo, Juanita Hall, Warren McClure, Carolyn Llnlzeliich, Charlie Belknap, Larry Ashley, Sue Craflon, Dorothy Rice Jerry Berry, Buddy Phillips, Gary Mason, Tommy "Young, Jimmy Culberson, Reba Bailey, Emma Blanctmrd. Tommy Holder, Tommy Harrison, John A. Mitchell, Billy Crafton, Jerry Jo Lewis and Buel S tire s. The honnr roll for the third six weeks of the first semester includes Bonnie Nell McCormick, Johi Wilks, Murrary Smart, Ruth Hale Irene McCook, Vivian Jones. Ben Borowsky, Laura Hemby, Margery Hale, Virginia Pepper. Lurry Baker Vivian Taylor. Allen Bush, Pcggj Jo Gilmcr, Howard Higglnson, Edward Pipkin, Jimmy Wcidman, AI bert Fairtield, Max Hill, Charles Prichard. Melbaline. Hill. Shirlt King, Jo Alice McC.ulre, Vlvlai Patterson. Carol Bailey, Alan Berry Marilyn Daugherty. Maxine Hipp Bobby Orsburn, Sue Orsburn, Clovi Garnett, Shirley Lovelace, Sunle Sue Watkins, Velma Sharp. Billy Crafton, Millie Ann Mallory, Sondra Long, Reba Beasley, Betsy Bell, Melba Pryor, Bob Blodgclt, Joyce Ingram, Charles Kinnlngham, Linda Bunch. Billy Dean Jackson. Diana Zellner. Merry Nell Lane, Shannon Langley, Dallas May, Shirley Wade and Graham Sud- btiry. Receiving honorable mention for third six weeks were Lois Cruse, Mary jo Baton, Carolyn Lintzenich Dixie Sulton, patty Bartholomew, Mona Goodrich, Larry Ashley, Kvn Jane Cox. Winlbeth Buckley, Nancy Damon, Dona Sue Gore, J. B. Riggs, Betty Arney, Betty Harber, Pat Hearn, Charlene Wicker, Jane Wilson, Emma Blanchard, Dorothy Rice, Juanita .Hall, jerry Jo Lewis. ommy Holder, Rose Parrish, Charne cnmeron, Annie Louise Hop- !r, Billy Bert Mayo, Jerry Phillips. Icda Freeman, Lula Wayne Liston. eggy Freeman, Bobble Jean Scy- ore, Howell Boyd, Delano Mc- lllln, Martha Nichols, Bonita lankard, Tommy Harrison. Rose- ary Monaghan, Wilbur Nichols, atsy Bartholomew, Nita Rose Hall, dances Robinson, Kilty Plunkett, 'lendolyn Rhoads, Tommy Young, mmy Culbertson, Kathryn Mnr- n. Sally Trleschmann, jo Ann xjbtey, Jan Raydcr, Lottie Pearl tilwell, Warren McClure, Sue rafton. Mary Lynn Smith and ommy Callls. TAKES THE PLUNGE — Designed to insure proper Ml ol outer garments is ibis strapless, deep-plunge, long-line bra atop a lace-trimmed black half slip. The plunging lingerie was shown by designer Lady Marlene in New York. mis Continuous Shows Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 0:99 ».m. 12:45 p.m 4:30 p.m LISTEN TO KLCN All this week the iMarcJTor Jimes Polio Campaign will lave a gpedal collection at he Rilz and Roxv Theaters. CHURCH of CHRIST Main at 6! Hiway • H. F. SHARP Evangelist SERMONS: Sunday Jlornin.e—"The Way That Sce^icth Right" Sunday Evening—"The rower of The Word." "WHERE CHRIST-" and CHRISTIANS MEET KLCN Radio Program Daily 12:15-12:30 Sunday 2:30-3:00 CHURCH of CHRIST m iity SON'AM) WRHI,ER Roulh Hiwav Gl This coming Sunday Blytheville's newest florist will formally open . . . the Flower JMart. Drive out on South Hiway 61 (just a mile from town) and see us. We offer complete flower service . . . with wedding and corsage flowers our specialty; but nil our work is designed to meet your most exacting requests. Slythoville ^MACT W. C. STILKS Phone 6002 as bright a twinkle. Box Orrice Opens 6:lb Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday No passes honored on Sunday at The HOXV All (his week flic March Til', Dimes I'olio Campaign wit) have a special collection at the Ril/ and Koxy Theaters. Saturday Susanna Pass with Roy Rogers Serial "Sir Galahad" No. 3 .1 Short Cont. Sh<m!n( Sal. 12:30-11:30 Saturday Renegades of the Sage , with Charles Slarrclt ( Serial "James Bros." ,Vo. 12 A Short Conl. Showing Sat. 12:30-1] ;3(J Sumlny & Monday — IMHJHJ.K FEATURE— Cont. METRO NEWS Showing Sun. 1:30-11:0 Sunday and Monday STAHWYOpeOfcEY .HAIMUISU, \ 0 t ^^ ^Irh &*v ^e\S^ PAUL ELY- Directed by Robert SiodmaX Ib fnnp • from i ilory tr » KoUi'-l I I'aramounl News antl Selected Shorts Continuous Showing Sunday .1 Ma—11 ;00 • _|

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