The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 3, 1950 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, February 3, 1950
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PAGE FOUR Society, Jane Shclton, Society Editor f Phone 4461 Miss Damon Honored At Nu Phi Mu Meeting A miscellaneous shower compli mentlng Miss Joyce Damon, bride elect of Edward Townscnd, Jr., o ChHrlcston, Mo., was given by he: sorority sisters when Ml;,s Mar) Van Sneed and Mrs. Monroe Bc- sharsc were lioslr.'.'.es last night for the bi-monthly meeting of Nu Ph Mu. Tlie members were seated in the living room of the Sneed home which was decorated with pottet: plants for ihe brief business meeting. During (he se^fon plaits for .try? year's work was discussed. Immediately following the traditional Nu phi Mu dismissal, the group showered Ihe honnrc wilh gifts. Duruig the evening the hostesses served a salad course. Valcnline Motif Used Tor Avalon Meeting • . Mr.s. W. J. Cupples was hostess at her home yesterday to members of liie Avalpn Bunco Club for the weekly meeting. 'TThe motif for the afternoon was the Valentine theme wilh tallies and other (able appointments In compliment to the chosen motif. .'..-.During the game Mrs. Harold Wright won high, Mrs. Cupples low and Mrs. BUM Kctttnger bunco. :Mrs. Cupples served a dessert course during the afternoon. Marvin Ross Host TO Church Group, Guests '< ftMarvin Ross was host last night . at his home to members of the In-. termediate BTU of Cnlvary Baptist ' Church and two guests, Mrs. Janie .- I?oss arid Mrs. Johnny Hocott. V yThe group spent the evening in : games And Informal entertainment \ JYith Mrsfl Ko&s in charge of the ac•'.. tlvitics. During the evening refreshments , were served by Mrs. Ross who was ; assisted by Mrs. A. D. Priest and - Mrs. Hocott. [ Mrs. Priest is the BTU leader. * * * .'. Two Guests Meet With .Thursday Club Members i Mrs. Richard Ware, of Tallulah - La., houseguest of Mrs. Harry Kirby, • ; : and Mrs. H. C. Sinuns were guests .yesterday-for the luncheon bridge -meeting of the Thursday Club - when Mrs. Kirby was hostess lo .i the group. -.; A bowl filled with scarlet cariia- f. tions and interspersed with grccn- l ery centered the dining table at which the group was seated for ' luncheon. + During the bridge game follow. Ing Mrs. R. D. Hughes won high and Mrs. E. B. Gee, second high. ^ " * • Z Mrs. Houchins Entertains " Luncheon Club, Guests ;' Mrs. Gean Atkinson and Mrs. M. .. A. Isaacs were guests ycsierday i -with members of the Mid-Wecfc , Club when Mrs. H. H. Houchins entertincd the group at her home. • Preceding the afternoon bridge a ; two course luncheon was .served the , group at the main dining table. A • low bowl holding vivid yellow jonquils centered the table. i Immediately following, bridge was ' played at individual tables with ; high score going to Mrs. Isaacs and • second high to -Mrs. C. A. Cunning' ham. Ocfelle Club, Guest Meet •\Vith Mrs. Nunn Hostess ."'Mrs. Marvin Nimn entertained members of the Octette Club and one guest yesterday at her home for . the weekly dessert bridge. Mrs. Loy Welch was guest for the meeting. Immediately following the dessert course bridge was played with Mrs Welch winning high and Mrs. Nunn second high. i.OVELY CAPE-DRESS By Sue Burnell This exciting sundress Is certain o bring you a wealth of components w i[), its slimming princess incs and darling little button-on ape. So easy to sew, you'll want 0 make several versions for warm vcathcr. Pal tern _N'o. 855!) is a sew-ritc icrforated pattern in sizes 12, 14 IB 8, 20; W and 42. She 14, dress, J i yards of 39-Inch; cape, I'/, nrds, or this p.-dtern, send 25 cents, 1 COINS, your name, address, size esired, and the PATTERN NUM- 1ER to Sue Burnett, Courier News 30 South Wells Street, Chicago 1, The Spring and Summer PA- H1ON offers many ideas for a niart new wardrobe. Special fah- ric edition—more American Designer Originals—easy to sew slycs —Rift pattern printed inside. 25 cents. Kibitzer's Club Meets; Mrs. Carson Hostess Spring flowers were arranged In tlie Hi-ing room of (he Rube Carson home yesterday afternoon when Mrs. Carson was hostess to members of the Kibitzers' club for thetr weekly bridge game. High score prize for the afternoon was won by Mrs. Charles Afflick, Jr., of oteele, and second hii,h went to Mrs. Harry A. Hainesi The hostess served a dessert" : course at the conclusion of the afternoons games. ' • * • Mrs. Wren Hostess To Thursday Rook Bouquets of pink gladioli decorated the rooms of the Grover Wren Home In which the members of the Thursday Rook club were seated for the alternoon game yesterday. In the game, Mrs. Leon Schcrcr Mrs. McCulchcn Fetes Thursday Contract Club The Country Club was the selttn yesterday for the meeting of th Thursday contract Club when Mrs O. W. McCiilchen was hostess fo Ihe weekly meeting. Preceding the afternoon bridg luncheon was served Ilic guests wh were sealed at a long table center wjlli a copiously arranged bouquc of white gladioli in which was en twined red chenille hearts In com plement lo the Valentine theme In the game immediate lollowin Mrs. Mi'Cntclieii won Wgd and Mr; Edgar P. Borum .second high. Mrs. Henry Entertains Bridge Club, Guests Three guests were entertained yes lerday with members of the Doubt I'Olir UrldRe Club when Mrs A K Ifcnry was hostess at her" home Guess for the meeting were Mrs M. K Day. Mrs. j. w. Rayder and Mrs. Harvey Morris. Polled plants were placed'In loom in which bridge was playet wilh Mrs. i,ovc Adams winnlnj, hi? i. Mrs. Theodore Log an , socon ~ n ,' ,"'"',, Mrs - Kaytlcr, guest high During the afternoon Mrs Henry served a dessert course. Armorel HD Meets With Mrs. Adkinson lUrs. G. O. PocU and Mrs. Ger- iriirtc Holunan, home demonstration agent, were guests yesterday wilh members of the Armorel Home Demonstration club when Mrs H L Adhmson was hostess to nine members at her home. Preceding Ihe afternoon meeting a potluek luncheon was served immediately following the session was opened with the group .singing of Arkansas" after which Mr.s. Sam Hanley gave the devotional taken from First Cor. 13. Mrs. C. C. Elliott read the hostess poem after which each member answered the roll call by tcll- I"K Hie first thing she noticed about a farm home. Mrs. Holimun spoke to the group on the subject of slarlhu; a Home Demonstration club library after which a group vole was taken on the possibility of the project. Mrs. Buck Germany, Mrs. Elliot- 1 and Mrs. N. C. Patterson were selected by the group lo be in charge of the details f or the library to be organized by Ihe group. In the program following Mrs. Elliott reported on poultry. Mrs. C. A. Vinson. gardening, and Mrs. Holmiaii. the first and second years of landscaping. Mrs. Holiman concluded the session with a discussion of the pruning of trees. The group was dismissed with the repeating of tlie Woman's Creed. Bits of News BLYTKEVILLEJARK.) COURIER NEWS I Pearls For At The Hospitals Hlythcvillc Dismissed: _ Mrs. R. C. Hodge, Armorel ;;~ B. L. Gardner, Osccola Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Travis Powell. Rt. 3 Mrs. L. Lawhorn .Stele Walter Kirk. Huffman •Mrs. H. A. Boole-s and baby. 1U. 2 Mrs. Frank Crawford, Jr., and baby, Cooler Jamie Mizell, Air Base won high, Mrs. Eugene Brown second high and Mrs. George Saliba, Jr., rooko. At the conclusion of the game the hostess served a dessert course Jesse Webster of Detroit, Mich., Is spending days In Armorel and surrounding community as finest ol Curl Webster and family, Mrs. Bessie Rustln and family and Mrs. Jimmy Webster. Mis. T. II. Caraway and Mrs. Mike O'Keefe spent Thursday In Memphis. Mrs. Fannie England returned Wednesday from Memphis Baptist Hospital where she had been a patient for a week. Mrs. England's condition following a minor operation Is satisfactory. Miss Freddie Garner nnd Miss Mary CJIasscock motored to Memphis Tuesday night lo attend the "Hollc'ay On Ico" performance. Mrs. fiichard Ware of Tallulah La., is visiting hern as guest of Mr.' nnd Mrs, Harry Kirby. Mrs. Jimmy Gill and daughter Sharon, and Mr.s. C. E. Hilburn spent Thursday In Memphis, Mrs. C. M. Smart nas motnred to Meii.pnis je.lterdny by Mr. Smart and son. Murray, where she boarded a train for Temple, Tex., to spend •wne lime with her sister, Mrs J A. Orr of College St.itlon. Tex., wrto indent-out a major operation Thursday at l):e Scott am! White Cllni 1 rerr-,jc. AnncUe Whislle. daughter of Mr ind Mrs. C. if. Whistle, has been elected as maid of honor to al- end the May Queen In ceremonies it Fassifern, Henderson. H.C., where - is a senior. . D. Foster, Jr., will be the vcckcnd guest of his parents, Mr •mo! Mrs. P. D. Foster. Mr. Foster s a student at Mississippi Slate ollege. Starkvillc. Condition of Edna Lou Norwood aughter of Mr. and Mrs. W H Norwood of Osceola. who under-" •cut an appendectomy Tuesday at Vails Hospital, is satisfactory Mrs R. A. Wall of Slcele Is spcnd- ig several -.lays here »s guest of fr. and Mrs. C. H. Whistle and imily. Mrs. C. S Birmingham, who has ecu III In (lie Baptist Hospital In lemphis since Saturday, undercut a major operation Thursday lornlns. Her condition Is K ood Mrs. B. w. Caldwcll left Monday Ight to join her husband. Sgt. n. '. Caldwcll. who Is stationed at apld City, SD.. wilh the Armv. Irs. Caldwcll was before her mar- agc Jan. 3, Miss Frances I.ovcl! •nighter of Mr. and Mrs. E G ovcl! of Blythevllle, W. D. Colcman, branch manager I Midwesl Dairy Products Corpor- tion. attending a tliree day conven- on being held in Cape Girardeau lo. Bill E. Branscmn, son of Mr. nd Mrs. Berlin Brar.scum. or Carway, has enlisted in (lie Air Force or four year's service. He is a gradate of Caraway High School. Mrs. J D. Barksdale Is In Wilson. here she Is guest of the Rev. and Irs. H. Lynn Wade. She was accompanied lo Wilson earlier this week by Mrs. P. E.'Coolcy. who Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. E. D. Beall. Mr. Bcall and family. Rube Carson and Tom A. Liltlc. Jr., lett this morning for Atlantic City. N.J.. where they will attend a Dodge convention. Audrey Wayne Marshal, son ot Mr. and Mrs. Audrey Marshall of Caraway, has nilislcd for a four year service In the Air Force. He is a graduate of the Caraway High school. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1950 Princess * >,:~ Movie star Oale Storm models tricks of giving onc pearl necklace three new fl mgs at glamor! Necklace becomes (left) a handsome dog collar when tied with black vclvcl-bow and adorned with sparkler. Necklace worn around wrist (center) is excuse for looping in a jay chiffon handkerchief. Used to rim the neckline of i. dress (right), long rope of pearls, shoulder clipped .nth riimcsloncs, glamorizes holiday gown The Encyclopedia Americana says minute diamonds occasionally have been found In meteorites, as in one found In Canon Dlnblo, Arizona, by G. A. Koenlg In 1891. 16 Future Teachers Are Initated In Formal Candlelight Ceremony In a formal candlelight cerc-*- mony, sixteen high school students! muiiy, ai,MLCJl I11K1I scnoui SLUtlenlJi I became new members of the Rosa j Sunbeam Band Meets • ^.^w^iteTHUMTtoch- Specm/ Program Giver, ers of America in a service at the local high scbaol T\iosday. The cluu was organized in Blytlie- „ „.,,...,.- Fourteen members of (he Sun- villc for the high school students l)<lam Baml 0[ tnc Number N'inc plan to tench after college Haplist churci LU uii; i!cv. - iiiL-[jiui;r5, wno are: m^utu; wn.i uiiciiuti wiin me •idfl Eaton. Stanley Zellncr, Mil- J " p ]W»'i"« of the wncchword find ,nn Mnloiy. Alien Priest, Char- tllcM Sineing of the Sunbeam liymn. Vn i-hrci ^ (a vino r^rli.m ci^,._.« TflC aft^rnflOll «irntri''irti "f.nn J who . ... ^ The colleges of the nation are recognizing the members of the club In giving them preference in work. Miss Hardy presented the FT A pins to (he new members, who are- Rhofi ' " -' ' lie A . ... ^ 4 _ tcne Yarbro. Mnxlne Oduin. Pruma Borowsky, Nancy Hamilton, Betty Mtlllins, Jeanne Campbell, Joyce Buchanan, Vivian Jones, Ann Perry, Edna Wamble, Delores Penny and Ernestine Holt. The president of the club. Ben Borowsky, presented Miss Hardy vith an honorary member pin. Miss Hardy, for whom the cluster is lamed, is the first honorary member. W. D. Tommey, principal, presented the 1350 charter seal and made a short, talk concerning the club and its activities. Club officers for the years arc Ben Borowsky, presdent: Sue Craf- fon. vice-president; Diana Zcllcr, •secretary: Alcda Freeman, hlstor- nn; and Janet Nelson, treasurer. Janet Nelson was in charge of the nitiation service with Harrv Fril- ais in charge of the music for the occasion. Following the pin ceremony, Mrs. O. E. Quellmalz. who is club spon- "or, led the group In the Teacher's ^ledge. There are now thirty-two "future" teachers in the organization. c orm Agent Is Homed 'n Washington County FAYF7TTEVTLLE, Ark., Feb. 3. \P>—David Vernon Bostian, recent graduate of the University of \rknasas, lias been appointed assistant count yagcnt for Washington County. A native of Morrillon, Bnstlnn attended the University of West Virjinia while serving with the Army tlurlng World War :i. He received bachelor of science degree in agriculture from the Mniversity of Arkansas at mtd-scmc.stcr. :h met yesterday at the school for a community missions program. Mrs. T. rj. Johnson, president of the W.MU, was the group's The meeting was opened with the Continuous Shows Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starls 2:00 10:00 a.m. i* : « ,,.m. 1:30 pm LISTEN TO KI.C'N Last Times Today SANDS OF with John Vfaynf anil Ailclr, Mara Paramount News i Selected Shnrtj Continuous Showing Evcrjri.ij Saturday JIMMY WAKilY Scrinl "Sir Cial.ilurt" No. 4 Jt Short Cnnl. Sliowlnjr Sal. ]J:30-:i:30 Sunday & Monday MAN WITH A PAST... MEETS WOMAN WITH NO FUTURE! Starring ) : SHELLEY WINTERS-MACDONALD CAREY HELENA CARTER lUTBiR ADUR • FRANK WtM mi LIBERACE! Paramount News & Selected Shorts Continuous Showing Sunday 1:15-11:00 FRL, FEB. 2,7:30 P.M. at the Shrine Club AIR BASE Sponsored by the Wives of Shriners DELICIOUS HOME REFRESHMENTS . The afternoon program. "Good Shepard" was conducted by Mrs Bessie nustiu, counselor of the group. Mrs. T. N. Johnson opened the program with prayer followed by a scripture reference which was given by Hulon Hay Kirk. Those participating on the program were Teddy Reed, Joyce Lou Cooksey, Betty Gail Coats, Jennie Prcsly, Eugene -Northcutt, nnyford Whittle, Patsy Julian and Raymond Whittle. A IXRTO was read by Betty Jean McGce after which Miss Ernestine French showed Ihe film, "Good Shepnrri." The meeting was adjourned with the repeating of the Lord's Prayer. Not Star Bill Tilden Registers as Convict BTVEHLY HILS, Calif.. Feb. 3. (AP)— Former Tennis King Bill ilden has registered as a convicted sex offender and officials say that probably no further action will be taken. Tilden. 56. signed up after his ar- ro;t under a new state law Wednesday. City Attorney R L. sicg said Box OlTTce Opens G:4S Bargain Night Every Nisht Except Saturday No passes honored on Sunday The KOXV Last Times Today, Barkfeys of Broadway with Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers Serb) "Kadar Patrol" vs. Spy King" Xo. 1 and Short Con(. Showing: Saturday 12:30-11:30 Sunday <S- Monday llOUIil.E FKATUIIE tflOD FIELD CfllW HUSSEU suiiivfln Dflpfl The GREAT Gatsby Selected Short Subjects Conl, Slmwin? Sim. 1:30-11:00 New Arkansas Firms Are Incorporated LI'lTLE ROCK, Pel). 3, (AP) _ Articles of Incorporation on tile today nt the Ecc/retary of state's office included: Peoples General Service Company of Magnolia; authorized capital 12 shaves of stock at no par value. Iiicoriioralors B. Stevens, Robert W. Mullins snd James II. Jones, all of Magnolia. Morris-Ellis Production Co., Pny- ctteville to prortuce still and motion pictures. Authorized capital $5,000. Incorperators: Dwight Morris Ray J. Ellis. Eva E. Morris and Sallye Margaret Ellis. Mid-South Supply Co., of Jone.5- boro; authorized capital $10000 Incorporators: Harry If. Pierre N.. nnd Anna Mae Latouritle, all of Jonesboro. that his scheduled court appearance Monday should not be necessary and J100 bond may be exonerated. Tilden has served two county jail terms in recent years for contributing to delinquency of a teen age boy and violation of his parole. * WE, THE WOMEN Bl KUTU MILL£T7 KK* Writej Krtk MIDHI Here are a few facts about women that every man should know: Jliat s woman w m wor |( he , head off for a little praise froi a man, but that the feminine reaction to frequent criticism from a man is "What's the use trying to please him?" ' * That it is hard for a woman to maintain her feminity if she li married to a man who assumes that she is perfectly capable of looking out for herself. That a woman likes to be »bl. o give some concrete evidence to her women friends that she is loved A mln< coat will accomplish thU -but treating her like a queen In public Is a lot cheaper and geti the same results. * That a woman, like an elephant never forgets. She may be the first to make up a quarrel—but she'll n-e slways with the words hurled in^ her at nngcr. That it shatters a woman's self- confidence to have her husband ±^', ally doubt °' lw abi '"y t« handle any social situation Th lv f ! iP rave Sume K « 0 « n ino«i . That the way to turn a brid» when* ?°°? hous( * ( *P"- « to notice when she has spent Ihe day getting the house in shining order. That it's not Jealousy that »o often makes a woman low-rats other u-omen. even her best friends, but a sure sign that she Isn't getting enough recognition and 10- prcciatioii from the man who should be giving it lo her. Her critical comments on odier women arc a childish attempt to'build ue. her own ego. jf That the wife who knows sh« l» well-loved is easy to live with So long as she feels certain that her love is returned in full measure there is little chance of a wile's being a nagger, a shrew, or long- faced martyr. No Bath Night Observed In Montana; Like Big City CUT BANK. Mont. —f,p,_ When 21-below weather burst » water main, many Cut Bank residences were left without water and on. householder quipped: "Kew York has nothing on us. . . but it's too cold to take > balh, sny. way." TUE5.-WED., FEB. 7-8 with a Special Tuesday Matinee i On the Stage in Person 4 "WESTERN CARAVAN" featuring Cindy of the Ozarks and her Comedy Dancing Mule—"Jitterbug"! This nuilc was featured wilh Ken Maynsnl and Tex Ritlcr in llicir Rodeo Shows. • ALSO • • Hcvcrly Hornet t and her Canine Revue • Cow Pony wilh a Human Mind • Shooting and Roping Exhibition • One Hour of Fun for Everyone • Plus "Up In Central Park" with Deanna Durbin and Dick Haymcs ADMISSION: 25c & 50c {Tax Inct.) SPKCI.U, MATINBE TUESDAY stuvts with (he p] c (lire a( 2:;!0 |».m... the stinieshrw slni'lini; al .Vis n m SCHOOL Cim.lWKN will be alilc to sec a complete show if they are in the theatre by 3:,Jf, p m* show and (he picture.) *

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