The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 28, 1950 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 28, 1950
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEriLLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Jane Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Mrs. Slone, Honoree Al Miscellaneous Shower Mis. Elmer Stone was presented gifts for her new home from the '21 guests who attended the miscellaneous shower given In her honor. Tuesday evening at the Kelton Francis home. Mrs. Theodore Logan and Mrs. L, A. Dougherty were co- hostesses. Mrs Slone Is the former Miss Dorothy Began, Bridal games and contests were conducted with prizes being presented Mrs. H. C. Blankenshlp and Mrs. Henry Dodd. Tho entertaining rooms In which the guests were seated held bouquets of mixed fall flowers in autumn shades of orange and sold. • A bridal doll centered the refreshment table from which the party food* and drinks were served. The honoree chose for the occasion B red Irock worn with bfemi- ing accessories. Pinned a hrr shoulder was a gift corsage of asters. * • • Guests Allend ['list Fall Meeling of Club Two guests were Invited to attend the Initial meeting of the fail social fcason of La Nueve Club, following a three month dlsbandment. Mrs. Melvin Halsell was hostess at the Razorback yesterday afternoon to the dessert bridge club members and guests. Mrs. Bill Boyd and Mrs. John R. McDonald. Mrs. Boyd won hi«h l corP ^'"1 filso bridgo, with Mrs. N. G. Jerome winning second high. It was decided by the group to change the meeting time from night the afternoon. The meeting day has not been decided. BEGINNER'S SPECIAL Science and the World Discussed by Delphians "Science and the World" was the topic of discussion at the bi-monthly meeting of the Delphian Society yesterday morning al Hot*:] Noble. Mrs. AMn Huffman, Jr., was leader for the study. '•To consider some of the most important effects of science upon our modern world. To weigh Us benefits and'Its dangers and to inquire what privileges and responsibilities Hbrlnps to individual" was Introduced as Ihe object of the lesson, by the study leader, Mrs. Alvin Huffman, Jr. Participants hi the lesson discussions were Mrs. James Terry, Mrs, W. R. Campbell. Mrs. W. L. Moxlcy, Mrs. James C. Guard and Mrs. James Crafton. Mrs. Ruth Nate of-Denver, Colo., and Mrs. Ruth Putnam of Monrovia. Calif., hoij.segiiRsts of Mr,, and Mrs. P. D. Foster, ivere ^uesks Vor - the meeting. * * • Dessert Bridge Given By Tucker HouseguesLs Mrs. M, B Cocke of Memphis and Mrs. Hnttie L. Johnson of Maude, Mtss., housegnests of their sister, Mrs, C. F. Tucker, entertained two tables of dessert bridge guest s, Tuesday afternoon at the Tucker home. Vases filled with fall blossoms in •vivid tones, were placed nroimcl the reception and entertaining rooms of Ihe country home. Mrs. James Hill, Jr.. won high score in the. bridge game, with second hjgh being won by Mrs. R. C. Rose and traveling by Mrs. W, L. Hardeman. Mrs. Hardeman who is from Columbia, S.C., Is the houseguest of her ai.nt, Mrs. Hill. Mrs. Cocke and Mrs. Johnson returned to their home;, yesterday. Sue Burnett This smoothly fitting skirt Is ideal for the beginner in sewing—it re- ciuires just one yard of fabric, can be finished in a few hours' time, You'll wear it all winter w ith a variety of blouses and sweaters. Pattern No. 8527 is a sew-rlte perforated pattern in waist sizes 2-1, 25, 2li!-j. 28. 30 and 32. Size 25. 1 yard D f 54-Inch- For these patterns, send 25 cents, In COINS, for EACH pattern ordered, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Rurnett Courier New.^ 530 South Wells Street, Chicago 7, III. Ready for you now—the new Fall and Winter Issue of FASHION. 48 page. 1 ; of smart new styles, special mil-resting features, tree pattern printed inside. Send 25 cents today for your copy. Fall Flowers Provide Setting for Bridge,Game Suggestive o/ the fall season, were the vases of chrysanthemums arranged In . (he entertaining room of the J. Graham Sutlbury home yesterday for the weekly meeting of Club Eight. Mrs, Smn Owens was a guest with the club members. Mrs. Owens was high scorer In the bridge game, Mrs. Jesse M. White, second high and Mrs. Sudbury. bridgo. Mrs. Sudbury served refreshments. Bits of Newt Mrs. O. M. Baxter Is now at her home. 212 E. Kentucky, following a major operation which she underwent recently at the Blyt'nevllU 1 . Hospital. Her condition Is reported satisfactory. Gary Wayne Is the name selected by Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Scrape for their son, who was born Monday at Memphis Methodist Hospital. He Is their second child. They have a daughter, Janet. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Glenn of Sikeskm are visiting here as guests of tlwir daughter. Mrs. Elmer C. Marshall and family. Mr.s. M. B. Cocke of Memphis and Mrs. Haltie L. Johnson of Maude, Miss, hrve returned to their homes nftir several days visit here Rttests of their sister, Mr.s. C. F. Tuckei and Mr. Tuclcer. Ri-brrl J. Donncr, seaman recruit. USN, of Route 4, Blythevillr, is undergoing recruit training at the world's largest Naval Training Center, Great Lakes. 111. Mr. and Mr.s. Gerald Wheeler announce the birth of their third daughter. Virginia Ixmlsc, Saturday uiRlit at Walls Hospital. Their other two daughters are named. Jerry Lynn and Gale l.ce. Dr. and Mrs. Frank Luckctt and daughters, Nancy and la Nelle ol Ilcteir.i, were the weekend guests ol Or. Luckett's mother, Mrs. J. A Luckctt and daughter. Miss N'cal LlltkeU. Site Stanfield was removed lo her hcme on Davis yesterday from Walls Hospital, where she had undergone an appendectomy, Friday. Her condition is reported BS satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. William Branton left this morning for their home in Greenville, Miss., after having been the overnight guest-s of B. F. Brogdon and family and Miss Eunice Brogdon. Dr. and Mrs. James L. Guard are In St. Louis attending the ball games. Harold B. Wright spent yesterday In Memphis. Mr.s. Lucille Church is now at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Eugene Davis, after having been a patient at the Blythcviltc Hospital for several days. Her condition Is repotted as satisfactory. Mr.s. Adolph Helnickc and Mrs Cecil Shane are spending today in Memphis. Al The Hospitals nlyiheville Hospital Dummscd: Mrs. Lucille Church, city R. N. Barhan, Rt. 3 Mr.s. M. p. Brownlec. Sr.j Dell Mrs. E. S. Calvert, city Walls Di.smLs.scd: : Mrs. Carrie Shrader. slcele Mr.s. C. B. Kettinger, City E. H. Caltlwell, City Estimate.^ of. the U. S. dog population run from 15.0CO.OOO to 25,' 000,000. Uslen lo KI.CN «t 10:10 and 4:00 p.m. Daily for out pro gram announcements. Bn\ Office Open* at lilj Show Starts 2:00 p.m. Continuous Shi'NinB b/i'rytla> Thursday & Friday BOB u'ciu.r BALL Fancy Pants" Srlrclcd Short Subjects GEM "AIR COOLED' Box Office Opens 6:15 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Thursday & Friday ALL THE KING'S MEN *.*!• b- IN* Vim M e*n!td h » Selected Sitovts 90 PTA Members Attend Initial 1950-51 Meeting Mrs. Harry Bradley. 1350-51 president of the Lange Parent-Teacher Association, presided over the Initial meeting of the group for the school year, yesterday with 90 members attending. Mrs. R L Wade, Jr., presented the devotional followed by a brief outline of the program topic, "Responsibility of Parents to the School," given by Mrs. Fred L. Steadman, program chairman. Superintendent W n, Nicholson was principal speaker for v the at-' tprnoon and In Ills address he stressed th r need for elose cooperation of Ihe parent and teacher to assure (he pupil of getting the most from the educational program. All PTA members were urged by the magazine chairman. Mts. F. L. Austin, to subscribe to the national PTA ma-razlne. A skit, showing the value -jf the magazine, was presented by four sixth grade members. Mrs. K. E Hardln. principal. Introduced the faculty members after which prizes In the room count were presented the first grade of Miss Elizabeth Halstead and li>e fifth grade of Mrs. Roy Brantley. In the business sess'on the group recommended that a delegation be «>nt lo I'-n pTfolv meel"i« to be' held nt Hotel N-blc. Oct. S It was announced that In the Executive Board meeting preceding the general meeting. Mrs. Ben Harpole was appointed chairman of welfare. Mr.s. J. F-irris McCalla. chairman of safety and Mrs. Kelt) APcn. historian Refreshments wsre .served bv the sixth urnde mothers in the social sir following. M, 1«M Mrs. U. Newsom Hostess to WMU Mrs. Udell Newsom was hostess to I'J members of the Dell .Baptist Women's Missionary Union Monday night for n business session and election of officers. Group singing and a prayer by Mrs. Curtis Downs, Jr., opened IMp. meciltig followed with prayer by Mrs. C. A. Smith. Mrs. Ed Hardin was named as president, with Mrs. Udell Newsom, selected vice president; Mrs. Downs, second vice president: Mrs. Smith, secretary; Mrs. E. H. Pruitt, corre- suonding secretary: Mrs. Clinton Smith, treasurer; Mrs. A. E. Cald- \vell, community missions; Mrs. M. R. Griffin, stewardship; and Miss Martha Crocker, young people's director. Miss Crocker adjourned the meeting with n prayer. Refreshments were served by the Jn tile social hour following. Mr. and Mrs- G. '»V. Goodson and son, Billy, returned Thursday from Water Valley, Miss., where they visiled her mother. Mrs. A. J. Lalc- ey, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Wiley and children, Billy Wayne and Mary I^ou, spent the week end with relatives In Troy and obion, Tenn. The condition of Miss Fontn Mae Jerome, who underwent a tonsilec- tomy Tuesday at the Memphis Ear Eye Nose and Throat Hospital. Is satisfactory. After she recovers from the operation, she will enter Memphis State College for her junior year. II. W. Jerome and son and M. C. Jerome have returned to their homes in Blairstown, MO., and Lawrence, Kan., respectively, after visiting their brother, Dr. J. N. .Icr- omc. Miss Grace Brandon and Warren Meyer of Memphis attended the Wilsoii-Luxoru football game, and dance here Friday night. The dance, .sponsored by the Wilson High School Student Council, was held in the cafeteria following the game. Students of Wilson who have entered universities, colleges or prep schools for the fall term include Lester Hale .Jr.. Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tenn.; Charles Harnclen, University of Missouri, Columbia; Baker Springfield, unl- •versity or Arkansas, Fayettevllle; John Ellis. UnivcrsUv of Tennessee, Knoxville; Harold Tray lor, Unlver- .sity of Chattanooga. Chattanooga. Tenn.; Hob Amundson, Missouri School of Mines, Rolla. Mo.; aPt- ricla Campbell, Claudia Campbell. Memphis State; i.ewell McAfee and Martha Mlincy, Ouachita College. Arkarielphia; Joanne cultoin and Mary Melody, St. A^nes, Metnpnls; a n d .Martha Traylor, Mississippi Southern, Hattlsbnrg, Miss. Little Cheran Elizabeth Conner of Monnelte is spendnig this week with her grandpa rents, Mr. and Mrs. Buford Boyles. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Conner of Monetle announce the birth of a son Sept. 26 at St. Bernard Hospital in Jone.sboro. Mrs. Conner Is the former Miss Elizabeth Boyles of Wilson. The baby weighed fuor pounds, 13 ounces. Rev. A. F. Muncy, who for the past si* years has been pastor of the First Baptist Church here, has accepted a call to the pastorale in Lake City. He moved his family to Lake City Monday. Coming Events Social Calendar Thursday 2011- Century Club meets .In Mirror Room of Hotel Noble. AV .9'tun. Hosts and hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Russell H. Farr, Dr. iuul Mrs. N. J. Jerome, Mr. and Mrs. Colcman Stevens. Mr, and Mrs. Lynn Hughes and Mr and Mrs. Rudy Vrska. "Back to School Party" for Phebean Sunday School Clas-s o( the First Baptist Church at the home of Mrs. Raymond Zachry at 7 p.m. Swearing Burns Fingers VANCOUVER WV-Buddilist Eng Yew burned his fingers while taking Hie oath at a coroner's intiuest. He lit a pifce of paper on which he had written his name and held it while the coroner Intoned the oath. The paper burned down to his fingers before the coroner finished. The oath, recognized by the Criminal Code of Canada, reads: "You must teil the truth or your soul shall burn in hell as this paper is burning away." Pot luck supper will IK served. Kriciay Peggy Allison hostess at her home for a social honoring G. A. of Calvary Baptist church at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. George Pollock. Jr., entertains Friday Club. Executive Board of the W.M.U. of First Baptist Church meets for 1 p.m. luncheon at the home of Mrs. C. S. Lemons. Retiring and Incoming officers will attend. TODAY IS THE DAY TO LAY AWAY YOUR COAT (PATENTED DtSICH AND PROCESS) i\ "scene stc.ilcr" «.•«!> Us easy comfort, cuddly vvinmh, and smart styling ... slip inlo (lie iVew Mimiehaha Sue in Mac iliac fcaliircs a removable soft wool stocking and "fitted" moccasin. BETTER THESI $3995 Other Lovely Coatt Both Lang & Shorties Priced from $16.93 FEINBERG'S I Fan Styles Go Hand Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, III., Sept. 28. (AP)—(USDAI— Hogs 9,- OlXt; active, barrows and gills steady to 10 lower than Wednesday; top 20.85 very sparingly; bulk good and choice 200-250 H> 20.65 to mostly 20.75; a few 260-325 Ib 20.25-50; 110190 Ib 20.25-50; 140-60 !b 18.50-20.00; sou's spotted averaging steady to 25 lower; a few light sows 20.25; bulk 400 Ib down 19.00-20.00; over 400 Ib 16.75-18.50; stags unchanged 12.5015.00; boars 9.00-13.00; good early clearance. Cattle 2,500, calves 1,100; little more than half a dozen loads of steers oflered; 'most of these .common and medium In flesh; heirers and mixed yearlings also In relatively small numbers; and very few good kinds Included: olher trade slow; generally bidding unevenly lower; cows making up approximately 30 percent, of receipts; opening slow but generally steady; common and meciiLlm cows 19.0021.00; odd hc.ld good to 22.00; canners and cutters 15.50-19,00. Morristown, N. J., had 45 turning for the Continental during the Revolution. M O E S I Good Shoes & Hosiery : : : . fine cleaning ', • ,-\ .• • ;•..;. • . C. & W. CLEANERS 300 S. Division Dial 4343 V M. C. COOKE, JR. Owner A Mjrr. WANT ADS 1° KENT SELL BUV TMDt £TC. '*2/0 POSTAGE! That s Ihe price you would have lo pay fur poslag* nlone if you sent a Iel1*r hearing a ihretr-cetU slump to every subscriber ot th* Couriei News. Hut you ran reach all ol these people through a WANT-AJ) costing u little *• .. 50* Is t( any wonder that people prosper who lake advantage of Ihis outstanding bargain offer! Think of it! .Being ahle to tell 7000 iM-ople about anything you may want to buy. sell 01 renl at such » low cost Start Todayr fJet ihe WANT-AD ha!>il and you will have money in your iwckels for purchases. Ads placed before 9 a.m. will appear same day. All classified advertising payable in advance. BLYTKEVTI LE COURIER N E WS

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