The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 26, 1950 · Page 4
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POUK (Anic.y-.COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER *«, 1950 J«n* Shelton, Society Editor Mlw .Boswell'.Wed To Paul McDaniel Mr. ind Mn. Tom Boswerl of Blythevttle lodmy made known the »«rriM« "' thelr daughter, Mlw Ann Bo»well to'Will McDnnlel of Blyttieville, son of Mr. «nd Mis. W, N. McDtnlel. The double ring ceremony waj performed Sutunisy nfternoon In PiSloU, with Judge c. A. French offtclitini. Mr. »nd Mrs. Boswcll were lh« couple's only attendants. For her marriage the bride chose t r«yon tatfeU soil, fashioner! In rimea pink and worn with black accessories. Mn. McDaniel attended Blythe- vllle schools and at (he time of her m«rrUg« was employed with Klrby Brothers Drug Co. Mr. McD«nl«l was graduated from Blythevllle High School in 1950 and Is now connected with the Courier Nen. Mr. and Mrs. McDaniel will make ttietr home In Blythevllle. Joint Birthdays Marked With Party at Lynch Home A froup of friends WAA Invited to Ih* 2. A; Lynch home Sunday nlghtj to Attend the }oint celebration ot th« birthdays of Mr. Lynch and Mr». Max O. Usrey. For several year* Mrs. Lynch has been hostess to a'group for the Joint affair. i Aatorted fall flowers in vivid Bhtd«* were placed around LVse room* In which' the guests were weired and entertained. Traditional ice cream and cake was served throughout the evening. MARRIAGE REVEALED —Mrs. Paul McDaniel was until her marriage Saturday in Piggott, Miss Ann Boswell of Blytheville, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Tom Boswell. .Mr. and Mrs McDaniel will be at home in Blylheville, PRETTY ACCENTS Bits of News Circles Convene For Final Session The final meetings of the church year lor Circles o! the First. Baptist Church were held yesterday nftcr- noon it Homes of members o! the group. During each meeting, gifts were presented the Circle leaders. New Circles are liclng formed and lenders named for the coming church year. Mrs. Russell Marr was hostess to 11 members of Circle One. Mrs. W. O. Maxwell opened the meeting with it pr»yer followed by A devotional given by MM. E. E. Stevens. Sentence prayers led by Mrs. Leslie Moore closed the meeting. Ten members of Circle Two met at the home of Mrs. R. L. Wade.'The meeting wns opened »'llh prayer by Mrs. C, S. Lemons after \vhlch she taught the lesson. Mrs. Billy Woolen Ittl in the closing prayer. Circle Three, with 13 members and two guests attending met with Mrs. Theodore Logim. Prayers were •ffered during liie afternoon by Mrs. E. H. McClure and Mrs. Walter Bishop. Mrs. Bishop taught the lesson. . Mrs. E. I,. Boggs was hostess to 12 members of Circle Four for a meeting which opened with prayer Mrs. Ted King followed by the lesson study taught by Mrs. Lloyd Stlckmon. Mrs. Alvln Huffman closed the'meeting wlth.a,prayer. ;, Circle rive met at the home of Mrs. E. D. Swaner, with 12 member? and three guests, Mrs. Burks Barker, MrsJ-'J. C. Edwards and Mrs. Jim Jordon, present. Ms. M. W. Lewis opened the^meeting, with a prayer followed by'the lesson study, which was presented by Mrs. W. Marlon Williams. Mrs. George Ingram worded the adjourning prayer. Mrs. Ebb Carson taught the study at the meeting of ten members o Circle Six at the home of Mrs. J By Sue Burnett Particularly pleasing to the you Infill sewer Is this clever date frock that's so simple to put together. A row of tiny, buttons accents the front closing, shallow pockets add internt >t the hlpline. Pattern No. 8614 is a sew-rile perforated pattern for sizes 11, 12, 13. U, 16 and 18. Size 12, 4'i yards «f as or 39-inch. For these patterns, send 25 cents In COINS, for EACH pattern order«<l, your name, address, size desired, »nd the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett Courier News, 530 South Wells Street, Chicago 7, 111 Send 25 cenU today [ov the new Fall and winter FASHION. This iaiest Issue Is filled with news and styles for * smart winter wardrobe; interesting features; free gift pattern printed Inside the book. Pageant Given At Baptist Church A mission pageant, "Christ for Arkansas" was presented last night at a combined meeting of Circles Three and Four, the business wo- mcas circles, and the Young Wo- nen.s Association of Calvary Bap- L«;(, Cliurch held at the church. Mrs. J. D, Widner was In charge of the program, with the YWA members presenting the first por- ion in connection with the Dixie Jackson mission study. Parllclpat- ng were Alice Priest. Barbara ruttt, BeUy Michael, Bonne Webb and Jean Norman. The sirl'* trio :omposed of Alice E^lest. Barbara ?niltt and Betty Michael, accom panied f\l the piano by S'^erry Sparks, presented several selections Mrs, Jim Ro,v, Mrs. Hubert Pols- rove, Mrs. Ellen Conley and Mrs *. H. JernlRan took part in Ihe second portion of the pageant. Throughout the evening selectee T. Westbrook. Prayers were led by Mrs. Charles Ray Ncwcomb i Mrs. Johnny Horner. A social hour followed each meeting. B.etsy Bell Elected To Head Class Bet-sy Bell was named presldcn of the senior young people's Sunday school class of'the First, Presbyterian Church, Sunday In ar election ot officers conducted at thi weekly meeting. Ben Young was named to serve as secretary and treasurer. Thi class discussed Christmas gilts to the needy, which they will assunv as a class project. Miss Eulille McDowell of Washington, D.C., h»s arrived for » visit as the guest of Mrs. Betty Thomai and her parenti, Mr. and Mrs. M, A. Isaacs. * Eugene O'Brien, who attends Arkansas State College, Jonesboro, spent the weekend In Blythevllle. Condition of Mrs. Clyde Lutts, who Is a patient at Memphis Bap list Hospital following surgery Is reported as satisfactory. She will be returned to her horn* the latter part of thU week. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hollis and daughter, Nancy of HlcXman, Ky., were the weekend guests of their daughter and sister, Mrs. Nathan Devers and family. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Dowdy will spend Wednesday and Thursday in Hot Springs as guests of Mrs. Dowdy's brother, Sgt. C. E. Carroll and latiiily, Vernon Thompson has returned :o his home In St. Loul.i after several d^ys v!-lt bcre. as euest of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Olllesple. Mr, and Mrs. Harvard L. Furman are now at home at 60S Camp Moul- rle Drive. They formerly made .heir home at 618 Hardln. Mr. and Mrs. Johnston Btacksvcll are now at home, at 618 Hardln. They formerly resided at 523 N. Division: Mr. and Mrs. F. J, Marian and son, D.icis of Memphis, were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Branam. Linda Lou Cullum returned to school yesterday after having been patient at Memphis Baptist Hospital following surgery. She is In tiie fourth grade at stitibury. Mrs. A. O. Hagen arrived this afternoon from SI. Louis to spend the week as guest'of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. c. V. Branam. Mrs. Oeorge Kubbard. Jr., and son. Oeorge Oalnes. are spending several days in Senalobla, Mi. r .s., as gite.sU of Mrs. Hubbard's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. t. Shcddan. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch left at noon today on another tour in the serle/i being made by Mr. Lynch In connection with his office as district governor of the 200th district of the Hotary Club. Mr. Lynch will speak to the Rotary Club at McCrory tonight and to the Augusta club at noon tomorrow. Tomorrow night he will address the Little Rock group. Fttltowinp each speech Gunman Takes $15,000 from Female's Girdle NBW YORK, Sept. 26. (/P) — A" 1 lone gunman forced his way Into a Bronx apartment late last night and made a young Polish woman yield $15,500 she had hidden in her girdle. The victim was Mrs. Aaron Zad- erman, who was alone with her three-year-old son. Her husband was away on business. The couple, originally from Poland, had come to this country on^ a month ago. JA Mrs. Zaderman told police tmr' the gunman, who seemed to know all about the money, knocked on the apartment door. Then, she said, he pushed his way Inside and pulled the gun. He Jorc- ed her to go into a bedroom and produce the money, and then fled immediately. scripture was read by Mrs. Widner Prayers for mission workers were offered by Mrs. Conley and Mrs H. J, Pondren after which a succla offering for missions was made. Rofrc.shmenU were served by th circle* in the social hour following the adjourrinient. FIVE GENERATIONS—Shown left to right, at a family reunion held recently in Slccle are, Mrs. E. P. Barbour, 84 of Steele, great great grandmother of the youngest member, .folly' Lynn Bible of Memphis; D. Garrett of Steele, great grandfather of Polly Lynn; MYs. Polly Stewart of 2111 York Ave.. MempFiis, grandmother; Mrs, Patsy Bible, Memphis, mother o[ Polly Lynn and Polly Lynn, aged two and one half montns, thus completing five generatlohi. Church Women Meet in Home The Christian Women's Fellowship of the First Christian Church met yus'errtay afternoon at the home of Mrs, R C. Rose for a business session, with Mrs. J. C. Ellis co- usce-is to the group. "Strong Son of God" was the text selected by Mr*. Lester Strubhar, who was worship and study leader for the meeting. Mrs. Rupert C rat* ton, president, conducted a short business session after which the "meeting was adjourned, Refreshments were served by the hostesses In a social following. 5 New Members Join Dell WSGS Churches Plan Communion Day Sunday, October 1, Ls World Communion Sunday and will he observed in the calendar o£ churches oC all lands. The First/ Christian Ohurch will observe. thU day with regular com- mu'niorrrjieTViccs especially emphk- si7,ed'."a?Afch« morning worship. The Rev.* Lester D. Strubhar, minister .announced that communion would be served to all shut-in and sick person. 1 ; during the afternoon who desired the service. Fn accordance with,the world em- phasta, churches of 'the lands wilt be observing-the day with communion each hour. Mr. Lynch has * conference with the club leadens. Jimmle Sanders will return Friday 1rom Chicago where he IA attending an Executive Board meet- Ing of the Pepsi Cola Company. J. Cecil Lowe returned yesterday from St. Louis where he had spent the weekend as guest of his son. i a mes Cecil Lowe. Jr., who Is a tudent. at Washington University. rfr. Lowe, who Is A sophomore, is k premedlcal student. BIU Oeurlan of BoonevUle, Miss,, x visiting here as guest of Mrs. GuerUn and daughter. Mrs. A. R. Wetenkamp and dau- jhter, Terry of Memphis' 1 will spend Thursday in Blytheville^ as guests of Mrs. Wetenkamp's mother, Mrs E. M. Terry and othen relatives. WelcnViamn and family are former Blytheville residents. Mrs, Vowell Heads Circle Five Mrs, Elsie. Vowell was namec chairman of Circle Five of Calvarj Baptist Church yesterday at a Bible study-business meeting of the Rroup at the home of Mrs. Porter Miller. M;s. T. C. Hopper and Mrs Gcoige Cochran were stiests with the 14 members for the meeting which opened with the Bible study Other officers named In the bus! ness session were Mrs. Jimmy Davis program chairman; Mrs. L. D. Marr secretary and treasurer;'- Mrs. Bob Coleman, social chairman; Mrs Miller, community missions chairman and Mrs. Christine Jackson, assistant secretary. The group agreed to elect the mission study chairman at the next meeting. Mrs. Helen Hitchle : closed the meeting with a prayer. ; rive new members met last night with 27 members of the Dell Wo- mens Society of Christian Service of the Methodist Church at the church for the final session from the s'tudy course. "We Seek Him Together," Misses Carolyn Pearigen. Mary Lou King, Rebecca Hood, Mary anma Steadman and Carolyn Vance were the new members. Mrs. Quentin Tarver and Miss Ann McDermott were guests for the meeting at which Mrs. Boyce Russell and Mrs. Elgir Dickenson served as hostesses. I Mrs. R. A. Greenway were in' charge of the filial study lesson. "Church Structures", with Mrs. O. E. Hunnlcutt, Mrs. R. G, Edwards and Mrs. R. B. Crawford, assisting. Miss McDermott presented . the solo. "The Church's One Foundation" after which the meeting- was closed. The hostesses served a sandwich Comino Events Social Calendar Tuesday Odd Fellows Lodge 200 r No: 18 meets at & p.m. Wednesday Chlckasjiw Chapter of Delphian Society meets at Hotel Noble at 10 ,m. Lange PTA has meeting at school at 1 p.m. Executive Board convenes at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. J. G. Sudbury entertains Club Eight. Thursday 20th Century Club meets in Mirror Room of Hotel Noble at 9 p.m. Hosts and hostesses,, Mr. and Mrs. Ru.ssell H. Farr. Dr. and Mrs. N. J. Jerome, Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hughes and Mr and Mrs. Rudy Vrska. Mrs. Charles Afflick entertains Kibitzer Club at her home in Steele. "Back to School Party.for Phe- bcan Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church at the home of Mrs. Raymond Zachry at 7 p.m. Pot luck supper will be served. C and N Birthday Cl»v> meets al the home of Mrs. P. S. Parfcer. Mrs. J. Farris McCnlla hostess to Thursday Luncheon Club. Promised Land WSCS meets with Mrs. A. A. Hardy. Mrs. Eugene Brown hostess to Wilson PTA Has 150 Attendance WILSON. Sept. 26—One hundred fifty members of the Wilson Parents-Teachers Association met Thursday night at the school for the Initial meeting of the school year. Mrs. Carl Bird, president, presided with Miss Norman Anderson directing the program. ' Mrs. Ed Williams save the devotional and W. O. Harris read the president's message. Superintendent Phillip J. Deer Introduced the faculty members after \vhlch the group was taken on a tour of the 5150.000 new addition to the school which was completed earlier this month. Refreshments were served by the hospitality committee. Memphis Judges Turn Attention To Shorthorns MEMPHIS, Tenn., Sept. 26. W>— Judges at the National Shorthorn and Polled Shorthorn shov,' here today turned their attention to the "fair B ex," Females, entered In the big exhibition came up for a critical going over to pick the grand champion. The herd goes on the auction block Wednesday. In opening day judging yesterday, Sunset Bounce 25th, owned and exhibited by Hollis Hanson of Connersville, Ind., was declared grand champion bull. The reserve grand champion wax awarded to Aldie Apex, owned by Mathers Brothers 0£ Ma^on Cl*-v. III. The show, said by sponsors to ^ the largest shorthorn exhibHVfP! ever held tn the south, is underway at the Midsouth fair and live-stock show. There are 386 entries from U stales »nd Canada. Weekly Meeting Held at Church Thursday Octette James Hill, Jr. Rook Club. Club meets Fridrtj Mrs. George Pollock, Jr., entertains Friday Club. Executive Board of the W.M.tl. of First Baptist Church meets for 1 p.m. luncheon at the home of Mrs. C. S. Lemons. Retiring and Incoming officers will attend. Mrs. Ivcrsori Morris presented the 1 devotional. "Prayer" last ntghl at the weekly meeting of the Women's Society of Christian Service of the Lnke Street Methodist Church. Mrs. Billy King president, con- with Mrs. ducted the meeting which was held at the church. Mrs. Jim Davis became a new member of the gToup. Mrs. King presided over the brief business session during .which the members agiecd to continue meeting each There are more than 50 known species of (uschta. mostly natives . . __ ___________ . plate In the social hour following, of tropical America. Monday evening at 1:30. Mrs. with Morris closed prayer. the meeting King GustAv V of Sweden succeeded to the throne Dec. 8/ : 19(n. on Ihe death of his father, Oscar IT. -WEAK NERVOUS cranky 'tvtry month'? 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(fPl— (USDA)—Hogs 11,500; market moderately active; barrows and gilts steady to strong, although top 10 lower than Monday at 21.2o;* bulk good mid choice 200-250 Ib 21.10-25; popular prtee 21.15; few 260-325 Ib 20.50-21.10, -bulk .170-190 Ib 20.75-21.00; 1W-I6C. !b 18.50-20.25; sows strong to ft qui.rter higher; A lew light sows 20.75; bulk sows under 400 Ib 19.50-20.50. heavier kinds 17.00-19.00; stags 1250-15.00; boars 9.00-13.00. Cattle 5.500, calves 1,800; aboufc 45 loads of steers 03 sale, mainly medium ~to low gooi; some early sales about steady wifti choice medium weights 33.00; a few medium to low good 28.00-25.2J; good quality heavy feeder steers 29.00; heifers and mixed yearlirfg-s sbw, a few early sales about steady; iows, bulls ano 1 ^ vealers unchanged; common 'af^jP medium cows 19.00-M.OO; a few good 21.50; canners 1 : and cutters 15.50-19.00. Model H-92 . . . Model U-76 . . . $139,95 We'll Give You For Your Old Ice Box or Refrigerator When You Trade for a 1950 International-Harvester Refrigerator — No Other Down Payment Is Necessary! This Month Only i 312 South 2nd Phone 6863 Jsten U KLGN at 10:10 a.m. nd 4:00 p.m. Daily tor our pro- Iran 'annoanccnent*. Box Offic* Openi it 1:U Show SUrU 2:B p.m. Centinaoa* Cathy O'Donnell Tuesday Oily Farley (a ranger They Life By Nighj" Selected Shnrt Wednesday, Thtrsday and Friday. BOB HOPE lUCH.LF, iBALL Fancy Pants" Selected Short Sukjecfs GEM 'AIR COOLED" Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Tuesday & Wednesday '..-<

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