The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 2, 1950 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 2, 1950
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FAOBTWO Society, J*0« Shelton, Society Editor fj BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS .-•..; . • . I > lion«r4461 Delta Kappa Gamma Has Initial Fall Meeting The Eeta Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma, honorary teachers .sorority, held it* Ilrst meeting of the school year, Friday night at the home of Mrs. Ulllan Frank, with ten members attending. Plans for the year's activities and * rush season for-prospective members were discussed. • * • Luncheon Bridge Given At the Country Club Two tables of luncheon bridge . guests were entertained Saturday at the Country Club when Mrs. P. D. Foster entertained In compliment to her houseguests, Mrs. Ruth Nate of. Denver, Colo., and Mrs. Ruth Putnam of Monrovia, Calif. Low bowls filled with roses and aster centered each of the small , tablet. In the bridge game following luncheon Mrs. C. Modlnger was high score winner, with second high go- Ing to Mrs. j. c. Ellis. Mrs. Foster presented the guests ol honor with gifts. • * • At The Hospitals Rlylhevtne Ho«plUl Dismissed: Ruth Woolrldge, City Mrs. Martin Panltey and baby, City ' . * Letha Williams, City Pearline Rogers, City Patsy Ann Hollingsworth, Cooler Evans Wilson, steele Mrs. Fred Nutt and baby, City Walls Hospital Dismissed: ; ' Fred Faughfc. City Mrs. Manley Jackson and baby; Luxora ' ' ' Curtis Ash, steele ' Donald Enderson, City Mrs. J, D. DeJarnatt, City MARRIAOK ANNOUNCED — Mrs. Avery Burton, Jr., was until her marriage Sept. 29 In Piggott Miss Wanda Humphrey of Blytheville. Sgt. and Mrs. Burton will be at home in Evansvllle, Ind. Wanda Humphrey Marries In Piggott Ceremony The marriage of Miss Wanda Humphrey of Blytheville to Set. Avery Burton, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Burton of steele, is announced today by the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Humphrey. Judge C. A. French of Piggott officiated at the exchange of vows. Sept. 28 In Piggott. Miss Frances Marsh of Blythe- Bits of News attended ax maid of honor, was dressed in a two piece •ONE YARD APRON :• By Sue Burnett A welcome addition to your apron •wardrobe _ this handy bib style • pron requires Just one yard of colorful fabric In the smaller sizes Make several lor shower gifts bas- »ars. etc. Pattern No. BS49 Is a sew-rite perforated pattern tn sizes 32. 34 36 38. 40, 42. 44 ,nd 46. Size 34, 1 yard of 39-inch. For this pattern, send 25 cents in COINS, your name address, size , —• desired and the PATTERN MUM-! Th » program was presented by •o,™ ._ c. .. _ . w|lma Wehb an(J Mfs D|ct ,. on In the brief business session, following Barbara Gall Fanght wns elected ns president, other officers are Rose Ann Erimonrlson, vice president and Zindn Wright, reporter. Repeating of the Lord's Prayer closed the meeting. ville She black taffeta frock with which 1 she wore black accessories. A corsage of red and white carnations pinned at her shoulder, A pallmlno frock worn with matching accessories was chosen by the bride. Red and white carnations were her bridal flowers. Leon Funderburk of Steel served the groom as best man. Mrs. Glenn Humphrey, mother of the bride, chose a beige tailored suit worn with harmonizing accessories. She was also presented a corsage of red and white carnations. Sgt. Burton Is stationed at Camp Breckenrldge. Ky.. and he and his bride will be at home In Evansville, Mrs. Burton attended Blytheville schools. Sgt. Burton is a graduate of Steele high school and is a veteran of alx years service with the' army. ? * • Mission Program Given at Church The monthly mission study program o/'the Intermediate Girl'.'; Auxiliary of the Armorel Baptist Church was held Thursday night at Ihe churcjh, with twelve present. Ann Kellick presented the devotional followed with prayer by Mrs. C. C. Elliott to open the meeting. "Opening Blind Eyes" was the program theme with Peggy Hour- land, Palsy Smith, Ann Kellick, Lav-erne Hatley, Doris Hicks, Nor- tnn Gene Stadomn and Mrs. Elliott, taking parts. Joy Parrish wa.« named as stewardship chairman in the business meeting following the program. Ann Kellick will serve us program chairman. Joyce White and Peggy flour- land will compose the social committee. Mrs. Kellick closed the meeting with a prayer. Junior>GA Meets At Baptist Church A stewardship program wns presented at the meeting of the Junior Girls Auxiliary of the Armorel Baptist Church Thursday night at the church. Mrs. Ira Dickson opened the meeting with » pr?ycr followed by the devotional given by Marie Edmondson. -.,...j . Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Weldman ol Chaffee, Mo., and Mrs. Marshall Mounger of Houston, Tex., are the houscguests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weldman and family. Mr and Mrs. LeRoy Ross anr* Jausjhter, Palsy Lee, were the Sun day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bur Wilson and son. Johnny at thei home In Campbell, Mo. Mrs. B. A. Biigjr left (odny to Unity, 111., where she was callei due to the serious Illness of he brother, Charles W. Jones. Mrs Hugg had spent the weekend li Unity with her brother, she wil remain there this week. Condition of Mrs. Clyde Lutes who was admitted to Wells Hosplta Friday, remains unchanged Mrs Lutes underwent surjcry Severn days ago nt Memphis Baptist Hos- >ltal and had been removed to her home Wednesday, she Is unable to receive visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Jones and amlly spent yesterday with rela- •Ives near Jonesboro. They were accompanied home by Mrs, Jones' sisters. Yvonne and Helen Byrrt who will remain for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Jontz and «r y and Mrs. J. M. Jontz were the Sunday guests of Mr; and Mrs Robert Jontz and family of Memphis Mr. and Mrs. Joe Macom niid Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Dees of Austin. Tfx., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. Boone Hnll. Mrs. Macom is a sister of Mrs. Hall, Mrs Deea Is a niece. ' Mrs. B. F. Gay returned Saturday from Memphis where she had spent a week as guest of her son, B F Gay. Jr.. and family. Mrs. Ruth Nate of Denver. Colo and Mrs. Ruth Putnam of Monrovia Calif.. left yesterday morning tor their homes after visiting her- ns guests of Mr. and Mrs p n" Foster. Tommy Gammill, son of Mrs Frances GammllJ. I, undergoing treatment at Campbell's Clinic in Memphis. BER to Sue Burnett, Courier News 530 South Wells street, Chicago 7] Ready for you now— the new Fall • nd Winter Issue of FASHION. 48 pages of smart new styles, special interesting^ features, free pattern printed inside. Send 25 cents today for your copy. I«P-ACTK)N relief from cough, tuffiness wiHi tvery single breath! »OON TO MOTHIRSI r ..-Discover how millions l mothers relieve miseries of this spccial wa y y sam « Vicks brings Sl ! ch S""d en you rub it on. iy . . . M ,ff. tri v.| VirSfn K" 2 good s P°"n'uls of *•"•'» N't Hie soothing, medicat congested large bronchial lubes Brings relief in fl <* hurry! -A ' To the r ho u i l vapors. HOM MMUr TO KUiVE l Of COUU Betty Dodds returned yesterday from Newbern, Tenn., where sne had spent several days as Kiiest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Dodds, Sr. Charles Myron Brown, son of Mr and Mrs. Charles Albert Brown of Litxora has enrolled as a freshman at Hendrlx College. Conwny. Miss Florence Moore was In Memphis Saturday. Miss Virginia Bowen left today for her home in Cardwell, Mo., after having been the weekend guest of her parent.s, Mr. and Mrs. How«rd Bowen and sister, Evelyn. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Bush, and Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Evrard were In Starkville,' Miss., Saturday where they attended the Mississippi state, University o f Tennessee football game. Mr. Find Mrs. Everett Eubanks and Mrs. Frank Byrd spent yesterday in Alicia^Perry Rot.hrock, who is attending Ole Miss was the weekend guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs P c Rolhrock. " ' Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Blankenship and son. Koehler, spent the week- en in St. CharlM, Mo., as guests of their daughter nnd sister, Miss Charley Ruth Blanfcenshlp, who is a freshman at Lindenwood College. Mr. and Mrs. Dcwey Sheppard have as their guests Mr. nnd Mis R. O. Shepparri of Paris. Ky The group spent yesterday In Memphis. MLvses Virginia Swearengen and Barbara Cullison were in Rector yesterday. Mfss Vnilima Sheppard and sister, Mrs. Lamarr Wilbourn were in St. Charles. Mo., this weekend as the guests of their sister, Miss Bonnie Shepp.ird, who Is a student at Lindenwood College. Miss Mary Jo Enlon and Bob Blodgett, both freshman at Hendrix College, Conway, were the weekend gucst.s of their parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Condy Enton and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Blodgett. Mr. Eaton motored them to school last night. MONDAY, OCTOBER 1, These ire fall fashions bndget-prked under thirteen dollars A woven strip* (left) In dark brown and Hold Is wool-and-rayon Collar flaps buttons and belt »re velvet. A dark brown and roy«l woven check (center) i« alw woal-and ray**, has Mandarin collar, full raclan sleeve,. The fine pinw.te corduroy drew (rifht) !• >piee krewn h a classic coal dreu with convertible collar. Coming Evenfs Social Calendar Monday Wesleyan Service Guild meets at the home of Mrs. Fred Stearlman m. - Street WSCS meets at the cnurch at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday TLF. Club meets with Mrs, Jerry Scrape. I. O. o. P. meets at 8 p.m. Woman's Club entertaining teachers ol Blytheville school r.ys- tcrn with a re.-eptlon at the Club house from 1:30 to 9 p.m. American Legion Auxiliary meets at the Hut at 8 p.m. Ladles Day at. Country Club observed with 1 p.m. luncheon and bridge. Wednesday Mrs. Fred Steadman entertains High Two club. Mrs.- Cleo Langston hostess to Club Eight. Thursday Mrs. George Hubbard Is hoste>s to Kibitzer Club. Avalon Bunco Club plays at the lome of Mrs. Bill Gilbow". Mrs. James Hill, Jr., hostess to . Octette Club. 1 p.m. luncheon at the N. H. Blakomore home entertains Thursday Rook Club. Friday Chapter "N" of PKO sisterhood meets with Mrs. Charles Crigger at p.m. Mrs. Loy Welch hostess to Prldav :lub. Deportment AAeet s Postponed The meeting of the American Home Department of the Woman's lub, which was scheduled to lie eld tomorrow nftcrnoou al 2:30 .m. at the Woman's Club on West Iain has been pcstopned, It was nnounced today by Mrs. B. A. Bugg, chairman. Members will be notified of the DXt meeting date. Rock veins at or nenr the surface In the Belgian Congo produce cobalt, tin, zinc, lead, cadmium, silver, gold and diamonds. Alice Saliba to Speak At National Meeting Miss Alice Saliba. daughter of ir. and Mrs. j. A. Snliba of Dly- hevllle, Is to be a speaker on the irogram of the National Congress for Recreational Workers In Cleveland, o.. this week. Miss Saliba will speak on hos- pitnl recreation. She is director of recreation at the convelesccnt center at Jacksonville. Ark. Film to Show History WILLIAMSBURG. Va. W>—Mo lion pictures will soon show the | history of this restored center of I American Colonial lite. Scenes are ' being mndc using the authentic reproductions of colonial .slrutures. About 300 citizens of the community, many of them In costumes from before the American Revolution, arc Inking part In the documentary presentations. An important part of the film- Ing has centered around tht Josiah Chownlng tavern. Between sccivr. the costumed ncfors aud modern visitors often sat side by side at the tnblcs and were served by costumed waiters. STATEMENT OF THE OWNERSHIP, MANAGEMENT. CIRCULATION ETC., REQUIRED RV T 1(K ACT OF CONGRESS OF AUGUST 24, l!)12. Of Blytheville Courier News, published dally except Sunday nt Blvthc- ville, Ark., for September 30. 1330. 1. The names and addresses of the publisher, editor, maimglni; editor, and business mnnager arc: Publisher, Harry W. Hnines, Hlylheville. Ark Editor. A. A. Fredrickson. Blytheville Ark Managing Editor. A. A. Frodrlckson. Blylhcvllte Ark Business Manager. Hurry W. Halites, Blytheville, Ark 2. The owner is: Courier News Company. Inc.. Blythcvilte Ark Harry W. Halites. Florence G. Haincs. Harry' A. Hnines. Bl.vthevi:> er, EdTr <f hnu" 8 C ? mplvn - v ' FrR " k w - ^"'W "tate, Guy Rogers. Edw. C. Schilling. Stevens Point, Wise own!.' Th h l trti°' V "i bondh< > w <' r <' mortgages, and other security holders nr .ti.!. noltl| nR I per cent or more of totnl amount of bonds, mortgages, ui oiner securities arc: None. rr Vie two paragraphs next above, giving the names of the owners ers, and security holders, If nny, contain not only the list of crs and security holders as they appear upon the books of the rnrm, ,1,1 ri (" TT Vh " e "" stock "<>Mers or security holders re.allnn ^v, ? C( "»I«ny as trustee or in nny other fiduciarv is acting is hc™ C R °so ^"^ " corporall °" for whnm sllch trustee I knowledge and belie! as to Ihe circumstances and h stockholders and security holders who do not ol the company ns trustees, hold stock and spcuri- r than that of a bonatide owner, and this afT!::-,; e Hint any other person, association, or corporation number ~— ——• —- ' -~v**~~. ,t ;»»• •uv r *»C'*^'. ,T* r\ rullerette Helen Fddy, feminine eounterpart of the famed Filler n **"* to * lwusewift ' M "- WllfM Hleli" Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARI>S. HI. Oct. 2. (/Pi— UJSDA)— Hogs 15,500; active, barrows and gilts mostly 15 ower than Friday; sows steady to 25 ligher; stags and boars unchanged- bulk 2CO-2SO Ib 20.35-50; top 20.WI- popular price 20.35; few 260-325 Ib [ 20.00-25; 170-190 Ib 20.00-25; 140160 Ibs 18.50-19.50; sows 500 Ib down 19.00-20.00; over 400 Ib largely 17 5018.50; stags 12.50-15.00; boars 90013.00. Cattle 7,500, calves 1.700; lupply of cattle Included about 80 loads >f steers; no westerns; approximate heifers: bulls opening steady; common and medium cows 19.00-20.50; odd head good 21,50; canners and cutters 15.50-19.00. Winnipeg largest city. 1* Canada's fourth WJion Natty Coldi loov* You TIDEH WEAK AND IIKEIf RUNDOWN S.S.S. Tonic Coei Di'roct/y to Work on ffco Utual Cause of / . i .. u ^..,.. lll .- ** -' cur B y Rt cni ia wcaken«d by cold*. ly 15 percent of receipt.? cov.-s" opc'n. put S '?' S ''." wor » ri|th ' " wa y •"<! look fns stow on steers and heifers- a , .""xi"' ""P' 0 *""" 1 " 1 '»'"• «»yyou ,„„. „,„, „, . , ' M- N t on'y dow S.S.S. fight Ihe ™i- ,, „ ° 8 °° d Stccrs SlCnd >' at mi^rta and ,l«lrc» that follow cold, 29.2o-31.CO; and a-smnjl lot of high but »l» buiM. up yom-re.i.l«n« good yearlings 31.50; little done on i nHIV S S S CIVF? 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