The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 2, 1950 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 2, 1950
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PAGE POUR Jano SheJton, Society -Editor BIA'TITCVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2] 1950 Bridge Club Named; "B:;jh Two" Selected Oivj of BlyLlmJllP'.i; newest bridge chib.; hus bei-ii named lift "Hifch Two." The club will meet on alU*r- luue v/cdnt'.sday nights. L:ist night .Mj's. Kj-;ink Svciy v/as lo the uliflj .iiid Lv.'o piK-M", Mrs. Robert I. T!;OJ. pyim <mn iNiis. KimrfulJ Hawks ccola. Miss Helen Ruth Fniriey, tit Itr'r home tin Pecan SliK-t. rimiRhler of Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Pic ?ed/tig the game, fhe Fail ley of Osccnla. hecrune the r-eive.L a desert, course. In the bridge • ^irin. ,^e \\n\n.,,~ mi AAiss Fairley Wed NEAT AND SMART To Mr. Eilzey In Osceoia Rites In n double rinfi candlelight ccie- iiuny per/cnncd at ^ p. ID. .Saiur- cluy fit the Christian Church in Os- Uoyd won high ( ii!<l Mrs. fcjc:iy second hiyh. At. '..nso.' 01 jvllov,' lo^c;. fti rcon; in which tfU: uVfimig v.'as op?M. * * * Mrs. Pollard Honors Luncheon Club, Guests Tiv ec fiuf-sts in ft with m embers of ti!'j \vrrlncstlny Clnh when Mrs« \V. J, Poltard v.-us hoi-tfss to the £;r-"'Ui'. yon to nifty -IT Oie Country Club for uneheon ;it;<i brJdt;r. GUI/Ms \\\'\'< Mr;r. t'.ai -'/in Robin.son, Mr;.-, Sui:V(>) F. morris :iiiri Mrt. Gf-:ui At.-:i': -on, T3v- mcmijc-rs and RUM'S \vt>re sc?U\i at ;i Jong table for iti? luncheon vith ft LM1 vase holding as- so"t<-'.". gUidioH centering the table. • In the bridge game briclc of William Clifton Ellzcy, son of Mr. and Mrs. William B. Ellzcy of Laurel, Miss. The Hev. L, H. Still, pastor nf the church, officiated before an :il- iiit 1 df? ear Filed with baskets of white yladtoll, white tapers and greenery. Preceding the ceremony, Mrs. Ckiirncfi Grigsby, pianist, presented ;* | ir o:; ram of nuptial music Jnelud- iri:4 ''At IXr.vuItig," ''Sons o/ SOURS'," "C!;iir ilo I .tine" and "I Love You Truly." During the pirmo prnhide, [ho aisle tapers and altar canriol- abja \vrre HgMrcf by the ushers. Dr?. Eldon and Julian Fairley, brothers of the bride. Mrs. William W. Oliver of Blythe- ant! ;.irs. l-ove Thee" and "Because." During the. 1 exchange of vows "The? Lord's Prui-er" was softly ]>layed, Miss Vivian Fiurley served her sl'.lc-r ns maid of honor ami only . aftendiitit Slio wore a golden col- Mrs. .Nv.rri.s vvoy lii;;n! oj,:H dross with matching Jia(. Her y Kirby iecond Uign, bouquet was of pale pink rosebuds mending two brown orchids. The bride, who was given in mar- ace by her father, Mr. Fairloy, chose for her wedding costume :in . in dress with matching hat. She carried n bouquet of gardenias surrounding two white orchids which Mi's. Owens Comphmenls Club Eight, Guests ?,Irs. S. C. Owens rnjjjjjJiinpntcd nu?rii T f:rs ot Club Eight and one ^, Mrs Jess Hornor, yestcrljiy at Iv r home for the vreckly dessert iJ'Vcjue-ts of atniirylH.s were nr- r?-::!;;"i at intervjiis iu the room in wLiir'- bridge pluypcl. Potted phru;; completed the ffnral decora- ivlv-. G. O. Poetz won high and Mt ij >. '. r G. P[irtlow second high during t :ie afternoon. * * » Explorer Post Feted With Spaghetti Supper Th,=. Explorer Post ot Boy scouts, whir!' Is composed of Senior Scouts, were complimented last night when Mr. uiid .Mrs. R. L. Drclman cn- terci^nert the 17 menvDers and tv/o nt:vv ;\iembers with a spaghetti supper at the First Christian Cliurch. New members me Billy Jackson and Oliver Coppcdgc, Jr. Tin: affair, which served as a kick- >fi gauquct for Scout Week, v;:cs l-.cld in the cnlcrlaining rooms of the church. The- group was seated E'A a aiugle banquet table \vhi?h '.v;^ ccntf:ri?d with vo\vs of girenery. O'ii»a1 Dcciman, son of the host iuid jostcss, is a member of the Post. TI-,3 grou]i spent the remainder of fnu evening infornmlly. PTA Groups Meet; UNltSCQ Program Topic Thr second In a series of Joint study courses £or senior and junior iliSh PTA Kro;ii>5 M-as coneiiiclcd Tu'.'sr'ay night in the Home Ec- onom.cs building. The subject for the evening's study "United Nations Educa- c- tional, scientific and Cultural Or- , gsnijUion. h-^ panel dificn^sion v;»s des- to discuss all angles of the oiitai.uatton.' la nddition to the pane.' five short talss which had !1S a b.vrkgrouuri for the opinion of the .;roni> v.ere !:i\( 11. it'.'.-!. C. L- MrW.-iters gave the prPa.n-.Ble to the UNiSSCO conslilu- iion iter whioh Mrs. J. P. Oarrott part the National Con- irents and Teachers took in ii e organization of UNESCO. E. K. Van HmiFer di-russcd UMESC O a-, work after which Mrs. Hugh \\n.-»!t reviewed a Umvrraity of the cake with the satin tied -Mrs. R. H. Kendrlck. Mrs. rested on a white Bible. Dewey C. Hartley of the Naval Hospital at Millington. served the bridegroom as best man. Ushers were Drs. Eldon and Julinn Fnirley. Mrs. Fairley, moUicr of the bride, was dressed in a black crope jiflcr- noon frock on which she pinned n purple orchid. sirs. Ellzcy. mother of the bride- proom, H'iis^ unable to attend the ceremony. A reception was held at the bride's parents' home immediately follow- In? the ceremony. The brick's table was centered with a tiered wedding cake with the base of the cake completely encircled In n lei of fern and white carnations. Gleaming white tapers in crystal candelabra flanked the ike. After the bride and groom had cut knife. ..— Floyd noise, airs. James Billy King, Miss Ada Sanders, Miss Opal Gratis and Miss Melanec Tate served the guests, Miss Vivian Scurlock assisted with tlie bride's book. Immediately following the rccep- lon, the britte and groom left on n southern wedding trip after which they will be at home at Jacksonville, Fin., where Mr. Eilzey Is sta- tjoiied at the Naval Air Installation. Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brooks, Mr. and Mrs A. B. Lee. Mr. and Mrs. R. p. Hamilton, Lt. and Mrs. Jolin W. Ethrldge Lt. Martha Hallmnn and Lt Ver- Eliall A. Ray, all of the Naval H6TSS; piial at Millington. Mr. and Mrs.-1 E. K. Gabriel. Mr. and Mrs. J. B ! King. Miss Hilly Knte Roach, Mrs. C. K. Teaguc, Miss Margie Roth Miss Opal Cratts, Miss Meliince Tate. anil J. o. Wigley, all of Memphis. Mrs. George Dayno Williams and daughter, Mary Arm of El Dorado, Mrs. E. J. Pharo of Birmingham.- Miss Martha Ann Moore of University of Arkansas, Mrs Floyd Reese and Mr. and Mrs. Car- keep you jonkfiig ue!t groomed. This -- - -, ...... fortable yok'j uiid sleeve:- nil m one, two liaudv pockets which arc op- tionr.i. Pattern No. gofH i s a seu'-rite perforated pattern In sizes 14, Hi. IB, -0; ^0. 42. 44 and 40. Sue 16, 4 yards of 39-inch For. this pattern, fend 25 cents, in COIN'S, your name, address, si/.c desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Hurnett, Courier News 530 South Wells Street. Chicago 1, 111. Scnr! 23 rents now for the Spring nnd Summer FASHION, in p i( «es of new style*, fabric news, special features. Free pattern printed inside the book. Guest Speakers Address Garden Club Members Mi.=. H. L. Hirkey of Jnneslmrn. formerly president, of the Arkansas lion, the britl'e and groom left'on' i j Stilt " ''"fderaJIcin nf Gavd™ C'nbs ! southern wedding trip after which ".'. ',""'' l"' ; ' SKi " !i " r »"• r i'v coun- ] Condition of Claude Eiipene Alexander, six-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Alexander, v;ho undrr- u'ent an erjK.-i'i-ieiu'y appc-niit-CLoniy Tuesday at VS'alls iioapitul, i.-. .vuii- lactory. Mlrs May ni/.oi', and .M|<s r:hci:,l- ille Gl-jUiy ,-i[H-jlt Llie -.M'-rki [id in Memphis, while thc-io thty ab.o aitendu! the |-.fjrjii:muiir-c <.f "Hnll- dny On Ice," at Kill, Auilii'iiinm. Mr and Mrs. \v. T. Shcllo:,, Mrs. W. L. Green, Mr;, dene- o'.i:rk- land. Joy and JIMII Kheliim are ^pendinii lonoy in Mfjnph;.s Ur. nnd ]. K. ,loiii'..-ni, v.'iil iF'ltiril Sunday from a three v.«.•]•:* '..n..moil JH poill'!; Ci', ihU-i-e-.t lit Tf.K-.'.-.. Ann HojFJn.-;i/t, :J;ni :f:tr r t:f .Mr. and Mrs. V'ic-.::ina!l Rohii, .111, is ;.)>cndtiu; tod:iv iti .Memphis .1:.- • ur-sL of Terry V/r-tYnk.unp. daii:;l:!i r of Mr. find Mrs. A. K. v/i'tcns.'!i:;i Mv. and Mi i. v.'t-li ak:i!iiti ;uu1 ii.itj-::lii fr made ilicir iion;e in Blytht-villc cni'.il rerenUy. CQiidtt|.i:i nf Ctvclc South! rn. v ho undfrv.'ent rtn c-mrr^iMir-y ar^triit'ro- 1omy vc.sterday n!;<-moon :u '.VLtlls Clyde rikhid^e is ni Atl.,n;;;, r.;?.., for several ri.-.vs nn bn-iti-..:-M;,-:•'.- Mire I rip Mr. Eldridw '.vn:- ii'.v:ir<ii'(l '.he trip by the Fuller Usu-li (;:iinii- any |oi- hnvin;; one of the Uiii ;-cc- Mrs. D Vf. BlHc-k'nf Ml'-.',., h;i.- r(Hii;'! after ;:;:ci;(iiii!; i,-n L'St of her sister. :.H Hn. Hr.. nnd family. iriivi Joyce D.'iuoi h(>nie from n!f-:iiril CHANGES CURE T'F' WARDROBE SLUMP ~ ~ .-..~........_.;,.^w^...-.: •••••!« tmHimum ninni iiai, i m I iii^*^--c hurc-firc cure for a mid-winter wardrobe slump are these (ricks with velvet ribbon, 'f he puliover (leit) 'fc-'i . i "' i'"? vo 'y ct , bow s lacked over front. Buttons tied with velvet ribbon'(center) revive a ,K, 1 ', AiT",',,? * "ouseeoat comes to life with the help of ascot (right) anil cuffs, boll, in M'lw-l. All changes are easy t« make and inexpensive. Ce5t?Ttd Screiesfer Atts^dsncc List- Is Amioimcsd The (K'rtYa til'. 1 !i:;,l yri'H'S for C.:n'.!Mt G lihuiRT'i tiKl:i aUfiidnncfi list for tor of the tichuol year ;artr> Geliool was an- u 'F r -.-. L i) r y \ C!iL:vni.!n, :lliatrd, tfF .^n^ixj :t'-.'m\i\ ii:i-..s hi as guest of In-,- psi-rii: :, :>\r. :• Mrs. E. M, 15,1111,111 oli'l fiimily. .lames r rur*-r Eiiijiinka. --on f( Kn'urinks. v M;,i't!i:i by Ghiinrih-r . - !'ti>!:rrt Howcll, Jim, Ridi;tid Oalcs, Edna i Yoyce Tilman. r^fle — Thomas Lynn KUlett. Jimmy Ims been ill ;>.i. hij. honir v. iih chicken inx. i.s iiHiivnvcfi t'(h\v. Bllfoid Yfiunr, :n:i oj :.{\ _ ;i !lt i \I,- L: . foi-ii Youim. ai'sivccl home vi-s- | •rrtay to be the ?!• ,tcr ln/til.iV j Sll?.st nf his pnrelits. Mr. Youn.; i.s student at Soutlnveitrrn, Meii:;;;,i.j- : Luther cm Guild Has Business Meeting Eight members of \\\ f Lulliernn Women c i hi mer 11 i- ui.ti n :he Fclln\ hip KM m i r tn (in h lor i Inis i ntc n Dm uif, ilic bit n e o i i t 1 n motion was mrtcle to (ijsp t ;n^e wUh illrthei 1 acti\itios duruig Lent but the group azreetl to continue meeting for ludy k ons A eifii \\ is in idc ( i t'tL [ i i con which the croup s-nrvccl Ii day fo the 82-voice choir of t n. j o Ui nci n v ( i on i \ o [nd fin ^ oiij l-'rance.'i Arenris, Jane Terry. Tiiivd ^r;u.1i' -Bill Tom Brooks, j David Burnett. Ricky Dcxlnmn, Denv full, Jnme.s Pngh. h 1 ',' Br.ur ' uin. Donna Site i. I'm! fii-ni Gi-utry. ;;;j:!) <u; -rip -- Pn;:l Edwurd ii!"l Ti-rrv. Carolyn .Sue Ar- yi;niCL'S Gei-akline Baker, Lou i Clay, Barbara Ann. Glirnow, •isvrt i.uurc'ia jtohbs, Irby Lynn .". Rfiss Jfiyc' 1 Inm-utn. Judy J'.'.-i"j-in, and Mary Jane Scy- h i H ^ T uiirs Biu-]:annn, Lei- Hall. Alvin Huffman, !<nv Pic \ Bites, Anice i In I uicli lluilev and Pa- F \ 111 hin n t i - 1 L III hcii. Rnbby s. Tuni (Aim. Raymond Milbr, :e Pauon. Bobby Gene Price. :i DF dl> i ^ Mniljn Baker, Di- Bi Ci nlMi Clifton, Saru Jo 1 1 nd ii 1 I o> Lynn Via. $£*%?&*m& * WE ' THE «i!» WOMEN isi RUTH jin.i.fn A! The Hopnirals •. thcvillr t! cir purpose the building of f rold Ray nf Wilson and Jfrs rtoy ••'"" ' J) '.i : '» of Mercer, Mo., aunt of the cil cf Garden clubs of Jnnesboro. | !hi> u was guest fpenkor yesterday at the Blythevillc Garden Club meetm-;. Mrs. Ilickoy gave an interpretation of Hie program of the Arkansas Federation of Garden Clubs in which toe Blythcville Club is apply- in:; for sffillntinn. Rodney Danlster spoke to the cii.s.sert the flow-er. Immediately follov.'lng ttie adjournment, the hostowes fur (he Kftcrnoon. Mrs. J. L. Nabors. Mrs. Rnyniond Schmi'ck and Mrs. Ncy Hunt, served rpfrcslirncnts. They presented each member ,n colorful cladli'.i corsacn in compliniMit to Mr. Banister's topic of disi.ussion. NKA Slafl Urrter v nulh MlllcU Tile mother of Lisa Kirk, star ot the Ilrouci'.vay show, "Kiss Me, Kate," has fUeci suit to have iier- sell declared a partner in her daughter's e.irnines. The suit is based on alleged agreement whereby the mother wr.s to furnish a musical and dramatic education for her daughter in return for a full partnership in all contracts and earnings. Carry that idea to. Us logical conclusion, and there wouldn't be much need foi old-age pensions-. Mama and Papa could keep books on the cost of bringing up and educating their various offspring from birth until tile kids go out into the world on their own—and then demand a cut on the earnings of the younger generation. r can sec the old folks now. sitting avound in the sunshine at various winter resorts comparing notes on their "investments." II Mishl Conic To This "Junior." confide.s Mrs. Jones, "was a pretty poor investment. He cost us S-0.000—and he's only pay. ing off at the rate of S30 a month. ' But Sue turned out to be a mighty sound investment, we put a lot into sending her to the right -schools, buying her the best clothes, etc. in the hope that she would pet herself a rich husband. And she did. If it weren't for our investment in Sue we wouldn't have been able to retire." Of course it would be mighty hard on the kids if all parents who invested heavily in then- upnring- ing and education c-xpectcci to be cut in on the children's earnings. Maybe the olil-fashioned notion is belter. That as parents we owe our children the very eciuca- Coming Events Social Calendar Friday x Mrs. Alvin Huirman Jr.. hostess to Chapter "N" of PEO at her home . at 2:00 p.m. .Mrs. W. P. pryor and Mrs. W. S. Johnston hostess to the Aliilia Delta Chapter of Beta sinma Pill in the Colonial Room of Hotel Noble at 2:30 pm. Friday Contract entertained by Mrs. Rus.scll C. Farr. !>hcbc-an Sunday School Class ot f * First Bantist Church meets at. 2;3j»' |>.m At the Church. Mrs. J. T. Ashley ami Mrs. Beulah FJannlghan ho.stC.s.vf.S. Mrs. R. A. Porter entertains Friday Club. CBC Club meets with Mrs O O. Elkins. lion mil training we can give them. And that (he only reward we hope lo reap from such investment of our money is pride in seeing our children succeed. ttn\ Orrfce Opens (i:-l,S Bargain Nislit livery SiKlit Kxccrit Saturday \o passes honored on Sunday al The BtOXY Thursday & Friday f^f G M'S TECHNICOLOR Musical^ Continuous Shows liox Ol'fit-c Opens 1:45 Show SIiirls 2:00 l'J:OU a.m 12:-15 n.m. 4:30 p.m. LISTEN TO Kl.CN Thursday & Friday 'aramounl News & Selected Shorts C'tinUiiuous Showing Everyday cure and trails of ti'.e bricle. To be legally taken, a blue whale must be 70 feel long; finbacks 55 feet: sei 40 feet, humpback an-i sperm 35 feat. group in Kansas under the direction of Dr. .Milton Eiscnnoncr. ilc _ discussion on Al the conclusion of the ninety- Ciiif. , UNE.--CO. Mrs- JDC Ferguson closed j nrniite study Icison. refreshments .r... ,,-icc.ins with n discussion of' wore served by the Junior Hi"!i me \-orx no-.v Being <j o no i>y the i PTA. Manila's Paul Davis On l-lcndrix Dean's List CONWAY. Feb. 2 - Paul Di-nn Davis of Manila Is among the K Hendrbt Collece students riii for the drnn's list durinn the semester, nrcordir.? to Dr. W. C. Buthnu.n. doan of the college. Kc-quirrmenl-i for ll-,e dean's list : at Ifcndnx mcl< clc c);e making of n f sr.irie nvcragc of "U-p]us" in all j subjccls during the scm ; ?;-t"r. Mr. D:ivi.'- ! :i the son of Mr. and i\frs. llershel D.ivis o[ Manihi. % WMZS& $ ^€fi ;| Ertai • ^ **• —:/• ^AVTINAL"^, '5 ViTAMEKS "?„ 2£c PERFECT10» HAttD CREAM •^V T-- I I- J 5 •£?-_ rcigrant) ianohzcd . . ^ ",^. ao\v, 3i one-third of!' *?" "' Glanl 9-01. J« •§• »> Chrk City. I)u\ill -nd baby, Os- Mrs. J. F. Johnson and baby. City with ANTI-H15TAMINES K Taken at First Sign of a Cold Remember me promptiy for bcit results Oicy're so easy to take in tiblcr form. ANAHIST, istcbkis.. INHISTON, 12 lahlols . NEOHFfRAMINE, ^ KRIPTIN, SOlablota.. ANTAfrtiNE, 12 mbioia. RES1STAB, 12 tablel, . .55 . SB .39 ..43 85c Size 59c 40cSiie 29c REVLON Lotion ruf'es the EASIEST PATTERN EVER DESIGNED! In (liis uiniili'i fill IHMV lUillcrirls ]>;illcrn lliorc arc only T\VO main pirccs' .\n<| uh;i| is even move surpi-isinK, look Jit what liilU- ni;ik>rial is rtiniiicd: just 1'--j yanls of any 51 in. fabric (for si/t-s 1'J to Mi), or I-7--S yards of :i!) in. fal.ric (for size M). \\ r siiRKi'Mt any line nf Iliesc fine fabrics. . .plain crepe, printed pure sill; taficin. rayon, or wool Jersey. You'll NCO Ifti.s same !!ulk'iirk fabric advertised in the February llth i-^ue ol LOOK. AVheii you come to (be store, ask for Uiillcvick 5210. Hi/.i-s 12 to IS; 30 lo 36. Price, 75c. i.&XU£^JBUa with Matinee I On the Stags in Person € featuring MffiSSSkSSlS Cindy of the Ozarks and her Comedy Dancing Mule—"Jitterbug"! This mule was featured with Ken Jlaynarcl and Tex Killer in their Rodeo -Shows.* e ALSO e • Jieverly HnrncH and her Canine Revue O Cow Pony willi a Human Mind • Shooting and Hoping Kxhibilion 0 One Hour of Fun for Everyone 41 Plus "Up In Central Park" with Deanna Durbin and Dick Haymes ADMISSION: 25c & 50c (Tax Incl.) SPECIAL flf.ATINKK TUESDAY starts with (he picture al 2:;5() p.m. .. Ihc stus;c show starting at 3: ifi » in SCHOOL CHILDREN will he ;ihle to see a complete show if (hey me in (he theatre l>y 3:.J5 p.m. show and the picture.)

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