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

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 3, 1950
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r »*«• iw* BLYTHE^TLLE (ARK.)' COURIER TUESDAY, OCTOBER t, Jan* Shelton, Society Editor Phon* 4461 Pink and White Party Fete« Dell Bride-Eelect Pink »nd while were !he colors cho*en ta predominate In the decor- »tloru of the Dell high school Home Economics Cottage last night tor th« bridal shower feting Miss Bet- tyt R»j'« Wilson. Miss WiUon Is betrothed to Ernest Baker. - Mrs. E. W, Nolan and Mrs. A. E. C»ldwen vere hostesses to the 30 guest* who Attended. Th« evening was spent Informally •ft«r which punch and party foods wer« served from the lace laid re- frwhment (able. Suggestive of the chosen Iheme w*rt the Individual cikes, iced In pink and white and topped in the l«tt«rs, "Betty and Ernest." Table appointments used were In further compliment to the scheme. A tiny bridal doll dressed In the traditional whit* satin irown and flanked by white ispers burning In crystal candelabra centered the table to complete the scene. Mrs. Helen Sanders assisted by Mrs. James Tidwell presided at the punch bowl. A black and red plaid frock worn with black accessories was chosen for the occasion by Miss Wilson. She was presented ft gift corsage of white carnations Interspersed with tuberoses. . Assorted gilts for her new home were preeented the hohoree from the group. ' Mrs. Raymond Wilson, mother of the bride-to-be, was a special guest. Shower Precedes Weekly Dessert Bridge Meeting Preceding the weekly evening of bridge of the GEO Club the group •howered a member, Mrs, Johnson Blackwell, with assorted layette glfra. Mrs. James Kogers and Mrs. Joseph W. McHaney were hostess to the club and four guests at the Higjinson home last night. Mrs. Harold Davis, Mrs. John . Ferguson, Mrs. F. A. Rogers and Mrs. W. H. o'Keefe were the club's guest for the occasion. A dessert course was served by the hostesses after which the remainder of the evening was spent tn playing bridge. Mrs. Blackwell was high score winner, with second high and traveling being won by MM. Terguson. Mrs. T. H. Caraway won bridgo. • • • Girl Scouts Plan Sale for Saturday Girl Scouts of the city will sell forget-me-nots Saturday to Blytheville citizens, with proceeds going to disabled veterans, Mrs. Glenn Ladd, announced. . • : - :The city ; wlde sale will begin it ' '10 a^rrj.' with 'each leader, in/charge of her troop. Leaders who will aj- tiss with the sale will be Mrs. Fred SteKtmsn. Lunge; Mrs. W. R. Campbell, Central; Miss Billle Sue Burks. Sudbury, and Mrs. Glenn d, Junior High. , TINY DOLL CLOTHES Open House Is Held At A, S. Harrison Home The newly completed home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur s. Harrison was opened Sunday afternoon to approximately 120 gucsU who called to view the new home and wedding gifts. The play room of the home where the guests were entertained was entirely transformed into a Halloween scone, with Jack-o-lanterns and clusters of corn stalks .spaced around the room to create the at- mn.sphere, Mr. and Mrs. Harrison received the guests as they called. Mrs. Her.schel Carter, sister ol the groom, presided over the gifts. Yellow and white gladioli, i n compliment- to the chosen theme, centered the refreshment table from which party foods and iced drinks were served throughout the afternoon. Yellow tapers burned in crystal holders set at either side of (he floral design. Mrs. Nora Sjuadley, Miss Nancy Holland, Mrs. Raymond Schmuck. Mrs. J. \j. .N'abers and Mrs, 2al B. Harrison, mother ot the groom, assisted the hostess throughout the afternoon. • 4 « Program Is Given For Guild, Guests "Health for All Nations 1 ' was the program presented for members of the Wesley*n Service Guild M the First Methodist Church and four guests last night at the home ol Mrs- Fred Stcadman on Walnut, Miss Elizabeth Moss, Miss Georgina Arce, Miss Frances Chumney, and Mrs. C. B. Klene were the group's guests. Mrs. B. F, Scott opened the meeting with a devotional after which she was assisted by Mrs. Stcadman, Miss Mary Hubler, Mrs. Kemp Whisenhunt and Mrs. Vance Henderson is presenting the program. Plans for a silver tea to be held Oct. U to observe Guild Month were made in the business session, following. Mrs. Stendman served refreshments In the social hour following the meeting adjournment. Baptist WMU Has First Meeting The lirst tneUiig of (he First Baptist Church Woman's Missionary union of the new Associations! Ye^ar, ws« held yesterday afternoon at the church. Mrs. Ted King, president, con- dueled the meeting which opened with the repeating of the watchword and singing of the hymn of the year. Xlr.s. Otorge Ingram led in the opening prayer followed by a business session during which officers reports were made. Mrs. King commented on the hymn of the year, "Jesus Calls Us" after which Mrs. H. H. Brooks read the southern Baptist WMU president, Mrs. George W. Martin's comments on (he watchword. Mrs. M. O. outlaw closed the meeting with a prayer. Here Now! 1951 PHILCO TELEVISION 8518^//MI ! ,fl INCHES : By Sue Burnett Give her favorite doll a brand new look with a complete set of new clothes. Each item is one piece, can be put together in practically no time. Pretty scraps you've been savins will be Ideal. Pattern No. 8518 Is for deltas H. JG. 18 and 20 Inches. For requirements, see pattern. ' For this pattern, tend 25 cents. In COINS, your name address size desired and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News, 530 South Wells Street, Chicago 7, Send 25 cents today for the new Fall and Winter FASHION. This latest Issue is filled with news and styles for a smart winter wardrobe; Interesting features; free gift pattern printed Inside the book. Contact Lens Users -Mler len&c* are removed Rna it youi Hrc» »tm uus i re i u,, 0 , Mtet ln iiamea Durmne ana smtrtlng - enjoy ihe •oothinp comrort ot pleasant Lavopulc <JulckU holtn rtllete irrttmon tout *ye* led relrcsticd «nd «!>n JJivoplli nM.b«n us«a lor more thin 30 rt«r« MUSI b« atllsntM or monpy 6«cn G«t Lwpuk uxujr. (ijt-eup Included). At Ml «ni«i4U. Bits of News Lynn W. Brown, president of the Arkansas state Association of life underwriters, has returned from Washington, D.C., where he attended Ihe 61st annual convention of lite insurance men. Mr. Brown will be in Memphis today and tomorrow attending a Metropolitan conference ol managers and supervisors to be held in Hotel Peabody. Mrs. Brown will accompany him to Memphis. Dill Ouerlan h»s returned to Boonevllle, Ark,, after visiting here with Mrs. Ouerlan arid daughter. MlM Eloise Barnes has relumed to Memphis after several days visit here as guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Barnes and sister, Miss Luclla Barne*. Miss Barnes Is a stewardess with the Chicago and Southern Air Lines. Mr. nnrt Mrs. W. H. WhltU left this morning for their home In Greenfield. Tcnn., niter having been the \vccketid guests of their son H N, Whltls, Mrs. Whltis nnrt son. Mr. and'Mrs. T. f. Sony nnd family had as their weekend guests, Mr, Seay's brother. J. I. Sony and Mrs. Seay of Memphis. Dr. and Mrs. T. R. Johnson will return from Kansas City tomorrow where they have been trie guest.5 of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. scale. Mr. and Mrs. C. a. Redman are now at home at 1213 Country Club Drive, the former Johnny Marr home. Mr. and Mrs. Redman formerly resided at 004 Hc.irn. Frank H. Webb of Hernnndo. Miss.. Is the guest of his sister, Mrs. R. B. Purvis ivnd Mr. Purvis. Condition of Mrs. G. V. Daws who Is confined to her home on Heirn with a back Injury is rcporled as satisfactory. Mrs. Daws has been III for five weeks. Raleigh Sylvester returned yesterday from Pleasanton, Kan., where he had gone especially to attend the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Sneaks. Mrs. Speaks Is an aunt of Mr. Sylvester. Mr. ami Mrs. Kyle Nelson of Memphis returned home today after having been the weekend gviesU of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Powers. Tommy Sylvester is ill at his home At 201 E. Dnvis. His condition i» reported as satisfactory. Miss Mary van Sneed ol Memphis was the weekend guest of her mother, Mrs. Ethel Sneed. Mr. and Mrs. o. J. Rodgers left Saturday for Chicago where they will spend a week with their daughter, Mrs. Jack Mitchell. Mr. Mitchell and daughter.' Mr. and Mr», Eugene Thomas of Kenosha. wis., were the weekend guests of Mr. »nd Mra. A. J. 'wicker. As nature iner<*»ei her h»lr problems, thli wto WMUB r«do«br«* her .Sort. U keep her »rey locks lovely. Frequent .hampooJ and blnin* rinae* (left) ereat. ipuUinf eleanllneu. Yellow .treaka are removed (center) with a BiU-p«roxJde solution. Extra seal wttk hairbrush (right) make* hair flawy and nanagcablc* Experts say eggs will keep longer when held at a temperature or 40 to 60 degrees in a room where the moisture content is fairly high. .re MR CONDITIO\(0 Listen to KLCN at 19:10 a.m. and 4:00 p,m Dallj for out pro. cram announcement!. Bo* Oflice Open! at 1:4» I She* SlarU Z:M p.m. Continuous Stiuirtni Everyday NEW Philco invention balances the picture lube scanning beam ... ends blur and smear! Come in for a demonstration . . . it's the Model I (13-B with 100 B<]. in. Hcam picture. Built-in Aerial. Mahogany-finish cabinet. 269.95 Hubbard & Son Furniture Tuesday & Wednesday _ ft/ ^T&tftaaaf !U!K«M • bitin UfliKCt ~. Wt> (nil • 1*1 Mi* - knm Cm I AttESV »![LM!OML Krtff Selected Short Subjects GEM 'AIR COOLED" Box Office Opens B:I5 Show Slarls 7:00 p.m. Tuesday & Wednesday DOUBLE . DENNIS MORGAN* FlORtY ^UV.X"~.^ — PMJS-- rMHNY KAYE, VIRGINIA * MAYO Mrs. L. F. Hubener Leads Program Mrs. Louis F. Hubener was program lender last night at the regular monthly meeting of members of the Woman's Auxiliary of SI. Stephen's Episcopal Church at the home of Mrs. J. D. McDowell on Highway 61 South. Program topic was "The Two-Fold Purpose of the United Thank Offering." and Mrs. Hubener used a movie slide to illustrate her discussion. Mrs, Leroy HudtllMton, president, was In charge of the business session when plans were discussed for a spaghetti dinner and supper to be held next Wednesday. Oct. 11, at The Hut, when both the noon and night meals will be served. The devotional period was In charge of Mrs. W. J. Fitz'iugh and reports vere heard from the secretary and he treasurer. The 15 present were erved refreshments during tile so- lal hour. Winsome Class Meets In Home Mrs. Russell Baugh was hostess at her home last night to members of the Winsome class ot the young jeople's department of the First Baptist Church for the class organization of the new Assoclatlonal •ear. Officers elected to serve were; .5rs. Roland Bishop, president; Mrs. Bill Banister, membership vice president; Mrs. Clarence Johnson, stewardship vice president- Mrs. Randall Hawks, fellowship vice president; Mrs. Bert Cannon, secretary; Mrs. Robert McHaney and Mrs. Bill Strickland, group cap- ains. Th« 1850-51 year book and the omlng month's activities were dis- ussed by the group, after which he meeting was closed. Refreshments were'served by Mrs. B»ugh. B. W. C. Officers Named by Women Miw Frances Long was re-named chairman of the Business Women's Circle of the New Liberty Baptist Church last night at the annual election of officers. Mrs, Ben Cooper was hcstess at her home for the meeting. Other chairmen named to serve were, Mrs. Jesse Eubanks, membership; Mrs. Clyde Webb, program; Mrs. H. Long, social; Mrs. Hilton stephen-son, mission; Mrs. Russell Duffer, community mission and Mrs. Cooper, secretary and treasurer. Mrs. Webb presented the evening's devotional. Mrs. Cooper served refreshments in the social hour following. Early exerlmenLi In color photo- raphy were conducted as far back J. 1M8. Two Women Join Lake St. WSCS Mrs. Raymond Shamlin and Mrs. L. M. Vance met as new members with the Woman's Society ol Christian Service of the Lake Street Methodist last night at the weekly meeting held at the church. Mrs. Marcus Ualnes and Mrs. Russell Gaine.s from a sister society at Promised Land and Mrs. Harold Medlin were guests of the group. "Without Paith It Is Impossible" was the topic of mediation presented by Mrs. George McGhehey, who gave the devotional. Mrs. Billy King presided over the business session after which Mrs. W. L. Green adjourned the meeting with a prayer. ; At The Hospitals Walla HocptUl Dismissed: . Mrs. Kyle Jackson and baby, City Mrs. Isabella Polly, City. Mrs. James Mathls, Manila. Mrs. Lane Nowell and baby, City coio. iv UCHNICOLO* United States Marine Band Will appear for two performance American Legion Auditorium Blythcvillc, Arkansas • Tuesday, Oct. 17th Under the auspices of The Blytheviile Courier News and the Blytheviile High School Band All profits will be given to the Blytheviile High School Band. Admission: Matinee 2:30 P.M. School Children .=iflc, Fed. Tax 10—Total fiOe General Admission .$1.00, Fed. Tax 20c—Tolnl $1.20 Night Performance 8:15 P.M. Reserved Seals S2.00, Fed. Tax lOc—Total $2.10 General Admission 51.50, Ketl. Tax 3flc—Tolal $1.80 Note: Tnert* are only 500 reserved teats. MAIL ORDERS ACCEPTED NOW Moil Check TO Courier New*, BlythtvilU, Ark, Coming Events Social Calendar I. O, O. P. meets a I 8 p.m. W o m a n ' * Club entertaining lenchers of Blytheviile school system with ' a re:eption at the Club from 1:30 to 9 p.m. American Legion Auxiliary meets at the Hut »t 8 p.m. Wednesday ' Garden Club meeli at Woman's : lub at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Fred Stcadman entertains High fwo Club. Mrs. Cleo Langston hostess to :lub Eight. Thursday • Mrs. George Hubbard'is hosi to Kibitzer club. • Avalon Bunco Club plays at the home of Mrs. Bill Oilbow. Mrs. James Hill, Jr., hostess lo Octette Club. 1 p.m. luncheon at the N.' H. Blakemore home entertains Thursday Book Club. Fridlj- Chapt«r "N" of PEO sisterhood meeto with Mrs. Charles Crigger at 2 p.m. Mrs. Lay Welch hostess to Friday Club. -uncheon Meiet In Memphis Home Honors Group A lui\ch«o» meeting at the A. R. Wetenkamp home in Memphis honored 26 members of the Christian Women's Fellowship of the First Christian Church of Blythevllie, d guests. Mrs. J. W. Gates. Sr., »nd Mrs. aMl Murphy both of Memphis nd former Blytheviile residents were special guests. A large bowl filled with bright yellow gladioli was Mt In the den of the home where the business session preceding lunch was held. Mrs. Rupert Cratton. president, presided over the meeting. Mrs. Rouse Harp was program leader and she was assisted during the morning by Mrs. James Terry, Mrs. Freeman Robinson and Mrs. John Burnett. The business session wan closed with the missionary benediction. A cutworlc cloth overlaid the dining table from which the assorted [oods were served buffet. A tall crystal vase filled with palest lavender isters centered the table. The group returned lo Blythe- viile later In the afternoon. Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYAHD6, nl Oct. 3. (AP) — (U3DA)— Hogs 11 '.' SCO; market 25 to 50 lower than Monday; weights 2TO-2SO Ib mostly 20.00-15; top 20.25 sparingly; a. Jew late sale* 19.85; most sales 170-190 Ib 19.50-15; UO-160 Ib 18.00-19 .is- scattering 100-1M Ib 16.00-15; so w , up to 400 Ib largely 18.50-19.So- a few 18.75; over 400 Ib 17.00-H.OO.' Cattle 5.SOO. calve* 1,700; receipts Include about 50 loads of ateers mostly medium to low good; heifer* and mixed yearlings in modest sup! ply, virtually nothing done; early bids generally unevenly lower; cows slow, i few sales about steady but undertones weak; common medium cow« around 19.00'3 canner* and cutteri 15.50-18.75. FifrScrmen Turn Political PRAGUE <#»—Union fishermen from all the streams in Czechoslovakia went to a school that did not consist of fish. The official news agency said about 100 of them attended an eight-day course O f "political and specialist schooling" arranged by the Onion of risher- men in Prague. "/ EXPECT HIM TO PROPOSE ANY DAY NOW..." Girl Marine Passes WASHINGTON, D.O. —f/F>— Miss Girlie Lou Rice recently became the first woman Marine recall to make a perfect score on the Armed Forcei mental test adapted January I. The former St. Louts, Mo., department store model reported to the Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parrlj Island, E.G., where she will undergo basic training. Here'? arral new* for yon if you've been bothered liy excessive fatigue, constipation, weakness and'ncrve*' due in Ilie fact that you Ho not get enough B-Vitamins in your diel. Brxel Special Fnrrrmla, • nrw* art- enlifir prrxlurl, romlmie* the important K-Vil.min. with Ironl Al?o Cholmr, Ino.ihil «nH Liver in supplementary qninlilieg. Evtrybody knows the importance ej Iron in ytiur ii helps iht bndylo build RICH^RF.D BLOOB. One capsule ol Bexel Special Formula (that's »|] you ta |(, . ,]ay) contains 5 times the minimum daily requirement of Iron. Ma 5 timn Ihe minimum daily mjuiicmenl of Vitamin B,. 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