The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 16, 1950 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 16, 1950
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PAGE TWO Jane Shellon, Society Editor Aewi .BMTHEVrLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Donna Dedman Honored At Harvest Supper Party WOrtDAY, OCTOBER It, Miss Wallers. Is Wed To Billy Ray Cheatham The country home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenriard Wallers in the . on community was the setting fo:' the wedding Friday afternoon of Misa Alvcna Walters and Billy Ray Cheatham. The bride is Ihe daughter of Mrs. Helen Mitchell and Mr. Walters, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cheatham of Bradley, Ark., formerly of Blytheville. The Rev. T. J. Richardson officiated at the single ring ceremony, solemnized at 6 o'clock. Miss Janettc Henderson served as maid of honor and Edwin Barger as best man. Miss Henderson wore a gold gaberdine suit with black accessories, and pinned a corsage of white carnations at her shoulder. The bride selected a dressmaker suit fashioned of blue gabardine with navy accessories, and a shoulder corsage of pink carnations. Immediately following the ceremony a reception was held at the Walters home. The bride's table, overlaid with a lace cloth, was centered with a two tiered wedding cake garlanded with tiny pink rosebuds. Mrs. Walters, who presided at the refreshment table, wore r. black crepe frock with a corsage of red carnations. Later In the evening, Mr. and Mrs. Cheatham left for a wedding trip (o Memphis before returning to Blytheville to make their home, where Mr. Cheatham Is connected with Montgomery Ward and Co. Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cheatham and children of Dyess. BRIDAT, COUPLE—Mr. and Mrs. Billy Ray Chealham are pictured ns they cut the wedding cake following tlieir marriage Friday afternoon. The lin'rle is the former Miss Alvena Walters. —I'hnto by O'Sleen 8th Birthday Celebrated By Jeanne Ellen Hood In celebration of her eighth birthday Saturday afternoon, Jeanne Ellen Hood invited 45 of her little friends to attend a wiener roast at her home, 214 East Missouri. Games were played throughout the afternoon, and the guests sang birthday songs to Jeanne Ellen before she cut her birthday cake, Iced In white and inscribed with the words "Happy Birthday, Jeannie." Later the of honor opened her gifts, and presented each of her guests with favors. Prizes in the games played were won by Kemp WhUenhunt and Becky ut- ley. Assisting the young hostess were her mother, Mrs. Gene Hood. Mrs. Raymond Johnson and Mrs. Bill Btemac. INFANT TOGS By Sue Burnett Here Is an adorable little net of cloihes for the youngest family members that's the easiest kind of sewme. Trim the dainty drew and underwear with narrow lace, the romper with bold ric rac Pattern No. 8656 Is a sew-rite perforated pattern for sizes 6 months. 1. 2 and 3 years. Size I dress, I'i yards of 39-inch; slip and panties, i v, yards; romper, % yard. For this pattern, send 35 cents in COINS, your name, address, size desired, nnd the PATTERS' NUMBER, to Sue Burnett, courier News 312 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, Ready for you now—the new Fall stid Winter issue of FASHION 4g pages' of smart new styles, special Interesting features, free p Hern printed Inside. Send 25 cents today for j-our copy. Quick Relief for HURTS of RHEUMATISM, SCIATICA ARTHRITIS, LUMBAGO ._ SIMPLE NEURALGIA __ iliTO "7 >u ' r " !r l 'rom Ihese tnls- £»n L*;^.' . 1 "* C J 1 2,» C . 1 . Wonderful .nH. " »2""f-. 0 -"" contains (amouj, i ? ^"'i niil «l< Snakc-Rool" i Io l lltd lo «llval« Salicylate . n ,'?! fc «««. mow tfftctlve n«ln LV r! i7 °.' ( J r 1 l 1 " lt "' hlck " not Si™ ^i rf«l»y-l«l»y. to to th» «iore >nd b« «urt to (cl C-ziii, Silver Tea Is Given By Service Guild In commemoration of Guild Week, members of the Wcsleyan Guild of First Methodist Church entertained with a silver tea Saturday afternoon at the W. L, Horner home, 1601 Holly. Greeting the aproximalely 100 guc.sts who called between the hours of 2 and 5 o'clock, were Mrs. Horner, Mrs, Fred Steadman, president of the Guild, and Mrs. Roy Bag ley. Dahlias and other vivid Fall flowers were effectively arranged throughout the entertaining rooms of the Horner home. The refreshment table, covered with a Madeira cloth and centered with a striking arrangement of mixed flowers, was completely appointed in silver »nd crystal. Punch, tiny cakes «nd nuts were served throughout the afternoon. Presiding at the table- between the hours of 1 and 3 o'clock were Mis* Golda Rinks and Mrs. B. F. Scott; between 3 and 4 o'clock. Mrs. Vance Henderson and Mrs. Kemp Whl.senhunt; and for the final hour, Miss Mary Kubler and Miss Sue Osment. • • . Sorority Group Plans Affairs for New Pledges Plans for « dessert bridge and canasta party for new pledges of Family Reunion Held Yesterday at Cooley Home The vLsit of the Rev. and Mrs. George H. Cooley of Bloomfleld. >v*.. wns tno Inspiration for a family reunion yesterday at, (he home of Hit- Rev. Mr. Cooley's brother, P. E. Cooley and Mrs. Coolny, and their mother, Mrs. Em- mn Durney. Gathered together for the occasion were four generations including Mrs. Burney, her two sons, two grandchildren and four great grandchildren. These Included the Rev. Mr. Cooley and Mis. Cooley of Blcomfiekt, P.E. Cooley and Mrs Cooley, their son, the Rev. W. F. Cooley and Mrs. Cooley and their children. Carol and David, nil oi Fayellevtle. and their daughter. Mrs. E. D. Bcall and Mr. Beall ami sons. Tommy and John, all of Wil- The New York visitor was guest preacher" at^the : F1rst • Me'lhodist Church yesterday morning, and at the Wesley Memorial Church last night, while his nephew, the Rev. W. P. Cooley spoke last night at Ihe First Church. Sixly members of the Junior high group were invited Saturday night to a harvest slipiier given by Mr and Mrs, R. L. Dsdrnan in compliment to their teen-aged daughter Donna. The guests assembled at the Dcdman home where they were loaded onto a huge truck and transported to the river bank »t narfleld for supper. Each feminine citest arrived at the party with a "box" containing supper for herself and her escort of Ihe evening, with the >oimg men of Ihe party providing the Iced drinks for himself niid his date. After supper the group gathered round a huge bonfire for songs and games under the direction of Miss fim Ellis and Miss Frances Chum- loy, Clianerones for the evening | n . cliitied Mr. and Mrs. Dedman. Miss Rills. Miss Chumley'and Miss Jean Dednun at Memphis. Bits of News Methodists Plan Benefit Supper • Supper^ will be served tomorrow night at I.nke Street Method'I Church by members of the W.S.C S. Also discussed plans for the ritual and ritual of jewels to be held at the home of Mrs. W. O. Reeves at some future date. A sandwich plate with iced drinks was served by the hostesses. The party will b« held Tuesday night, Oct. 24 at the Rustic Inn. TUSSY Beauty Pl,,s hormone cream $,1 size, now,.. $150 * fifas tejc $5 size,now... f J5Q £* t>ltts lax Afler ll.irty...y onr s |j in „, n«<l M>«inl cnre. Discover T»«y l) Ciln , y ,.,,„ |, nrmmio -«am-«nU a new younger look. :",» [""'"? s """" '« hrimtyiin w«lh 10,000 .rlive nalur.l e ,, ro . «_r.nic liormone imii, per o ,, nce | ihii hornicne \» .ctu.lly a b- • orbe,) by your ski,,. It fi^f.i, »«»i« .Iryness.,,,1 f a | ig ,, c ,;„,., ...Jive, you , f rc ,| ler firmer, new took! Ge, Heamy I'l.u , "•'I price. WOODS DRUG STORE Dr. Gcan Atkinson returned Saturday from Memphis where he attended the Frisco medical meeting Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wagner and son, Paul, and Mr. and Mrs. W. o. Reeves spent the weekend in Jonesboro as guests of Mr. and Mrs Hill I/^e and family, while there ihey attended the football game Saturday night between Arkansas State College and Delia State Col- ege. Staff Sergt. Rudolph Vrska, who was recalled last week to active service with. the Army Air Force, s spending i four day furlough here with Mrs. Vrska and family en route from Keesler Field. Miss., o Smyrna, Tenn. Mrs. J. B. dune Is spending 10 lays In Jackson. Tenn.. as guest of her son, J. B. dune Jr,, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Darby Jr.. are he parents of a daughter born at Dlytheville Hospital. Their second child, the baby has been named Sharon Ann. They have a son, Ronald Paul, Russell E. Riales Is spending two .-eek-s In Hot Springs, where he is akf;ig a course of baths. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Taylor have s their guests this week, Mr. Tayor's mother, Mrs. Ora Taylor of Waverley, Tenn., and hts sister Mrs. Muncie Lambert of Nash- •llle, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Elder of Oak- idgc. Ore., were the weekend uests of Mrs, Russell Rj?.!es and donuy Riales. Miss Jean Dedman of Memphis was the weekend guest of her par- tits. Mr. and Mrs. Ft. L. Dedman nd family. Mr. .and Mrs. E. B. •'•Oft had a£ their, £(jests •ypsteadAjv Mr.' and Mrs. Joe Ber'tig or Paragould'. , Mr. and Mrs. w. y A. Sheddan of Senatobia, Miss., spent the weekend here as guests of their daughter. .Mrs. George G. Hubbard and family. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Keesllng of Pendlelon, [nd., are visiting here as Kiiesls of her sister, Mrs. Nancy Klcne. They also will visit with Mrs. Keesling's niece, Mrs. Bill Taylor, and with c. B. Klene and family. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Sims are the parents of a daughter born Thursday night at St. Bernard's Hospital In Jonesboro. Their first child, the baby has been named Susan Kay. Mrs. Sims Is the former Miss Sue Gregory of Jonesboro. Mr. and Mrs. Grariy Magee and *"*^n*"Y r-* 1 >f>.r»!f-"'^"i ^ }'.'\ •*,-.* ,* FOUR CJKNE: terday at the Paul Rev. Mr. Cooley, b —Photo by CullUoj- GATHKH-Pictured here are members of four generations who gathered yes- E Cooley home in Blytheville. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. W. P. Cooley and the U) of Fayettevillc. Mrs. E. D. Deall and Mr. Beall, both of Wilson; seated are Mri. P B nd his mother, Mrs. Emma Burney all of Hlvlhrviiie ih» o«,, r- ^ , >nmri»M M v. , *•"'"'" "umcj, an 01 Hijtheville, the Rev. George H. Cooley and Mra lomileld, N. \ .; front row. Carol Cooley of Fayetteville. Tommy Beale of Wilsoi Mrs. T. I. Seay spent Saturday In Memphis. Pat Burks, a student at University of Arkansas. Fayettevillc. spent the weekend here with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Burks. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Roberts and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Roberts spent the weekend in Columbus, Miss, where they attended the wedding of Cpl. Horace Huffman of Eglin Field. Fla., and Miss Jacqueline Logan of Columbus. Mr. Lloyd Roberts served as an usher in the wedding. The bridegroom Is a brother- in-law of Willard Evans of Columbus, formerly of Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pinion had as their weekend guests, Mr. Pinion's sister. Mrs. B. I,. Avery and Mr. Avery of Meridian. Miss., and Mrs. Jeff Elhrldge of Vlcksburg. Miss. They came especially to attend the Cotton Picking Contest Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Rube Carson and children, of Memphis, spent the weekend here as gucst.s of their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ebb Carson and Mr. and Mrs. CSarth Castllo and family. Carole Ward returned yesterday afternoon to her home in ,[one.s- boro after a weekend visit here as of Ann and Kay Himlmnn and their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hindman. Ann and Kay entertained a group of Jonesboro girl.s Friday night at a spaghetti supper prior, to the football gnme. when their guests included Jones McCormick. Janet Kvans, Carol Burns. Mnrearet Haywood and Carole Ward, all of Jonesboro. and Linda Taylor and Bobby Gene England, both of Blytheville. BHS Yell Leaders Attend ACS Clinic Seven Blytheville High School cheerleaders were on hand for a checrlcariing clinic at Arkansas State College. Jonesboro. Saturday. Those making (he trip included Annella Humphreys. Bettye Nell Tomlinson, Martha Nichols. Rosemary Monaghan, Sonrira Lunsford Sandra Long and Winncbcth Buck- DOfVT BUY UrVm YOU iff HUBBARD HARDWARE CO 213 Wcsl .Main, HlyUicville Pfcasc send (he «m.ui ona | nciv details about .ill- American K,ld,cn ( -,| lc I.AllfSTand FINEST- 20c\clusi%c fc.ilurcv Name, Sirtel. . ..T/n/r .eag p.m. M La M Arthur Vance. "Irs. Garrard Caudill entertatn- Tri-Town Club. Wednesday airs. Sanford Boone hostess to ircle Seven of First Methodist Church. Club Eight complimented by Mrs , C. Owens. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham hostess o Wednesday Club. Thursday Elliott Fletcher Chapter of the ey. Approximately 150 high .school cheerleaders attended the clinic for ndividual consultation and instruction. State College cheerleaders assisted in the clinic Cominq Events Social Calendar M niul ay Lake Street WSCS meets at the •hurch at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday Members of the American Legion Auxiliary will meet at The Hut. 3 p.m. .in. Maple Grove Cemetery Associa- -nn meeting with Mrs. Frank Webb 1106 W. Hearu. 2:30 p.m. Group Conference of District ?V>ur of the women of the Presby- criau Church will be held at First Presbyterian Church, beginning at ) a.m. \ Promised Land WSCS entertain-.1 with 6 p.m. supper at the Lake Street Methodist Church. Country Club Duplicate Bridge •""sue meeting at the club at 7:30 :s. Otto Scrape hostess to TLE. Petite entertained by Mrs. r VnnrR At The Hospitals Rl.vltievllle HMplUI Dismissed: Mrs. J. W. Boren and baby, Dell. Evelyn Perry. Tyler, Mo. Mrs. L. D. Webb an baby, city. Mrs. J. E. Lawrence, city. McKinley Sykes. city. Fd Minor, Osceola. Jim Whitehead, Steelc, Mo, Joseph Wayne Blair, Roselnnd. Robert Eaton, city. Mrs. C. C. Elliott, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Harold Young and baby, Ca- rilthersville. Mo. Mrs. W. F. Permenter, Jr., and baby, Luxora. Mrs. Arnold T. Brittaln and baby city. Mrs. Clarence Maxwell and baby city. Mrs. John Farley, Sr., Dell. Mrs. H. E. Ashlock and baby, city. United Daughters of the Confederacy having luncheon meeting at Razorback. 12:30 p.m. Mrs. Aubrey Conway hostess to Mid-Week Club. Mrs. Mac Williams, Jr., entertaining Kibitzer Club. Mrs. Harold Wright entertains Avalon Bunco Club>.:-?/. -'.- ; C. .t N. Birthday>"' : biub meeting with Mrs. M. A. Middleton, 7:30 p.m. Friday Ladies Bible Class of First Methodist Church meeting at church, 2:30 p.m.. with the following hc.ite.wes: Mrs. W. A. Stlckmon. Mrs. J. W. Adams Sr., Mrs. Emma Burney and Mrs. Jennie Craig. * THE 0NITEI STITLLS, /* MJIRIIEBM •mi msiom's 01 Will appear for two performances AMERICAN LEGION AUDITORIUM Blyrheville, Arkansas Tuesday, Oct. 1 7th Under the auspices of t The Blytheville Courier News and the Blytheville High School Band All profits will be giren to the Blytheville High School Band. Admission: Matinee 2:30 P.M. School Children Sftc, Fed. Tax 10— Total 60e General Admission $1.00, Fed. Tax 20c— Tofnl »1.20 Night Performance 8:15 P.M. Reserved Seals $2.00, Fed. Tax 40r— Toinl ,»2.40 General Admission $1.50, Ted. Tax 30c — Tolal il.80 Note.- There art only 500 reserved seats. MAIL ORDERS ACCEPTED NOW MoiJ.Check to Courier News, Blytheville, Ark. Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARD*, fairly aetlvt; barrow, and .„„ m . evenly aUady to It k>w*r; moatl* jt«dy to U lower Uiu Prt44T'i average; aowi atctdjr to «tren»; bulk good and choice MO-MO Ib M.MO*> mainly MOO; top JO.U aptlin«J. ; heavier welchU (cue*; 174-1M Ik ll.tO~M.00; moattj It.Tt up; 146-1M Ib 1S.W-1S.50; few 1M-1M tb 1«*. 1100; good and ehole* »wi 400 % down; r»w i».i» : he«rta» aowa U.OO-tO; ita« 12.M-ll.M- bo«r« moatljr MO-1J.O*. Cattle 7,500. ealvei 1.500; about TO Joad» native ateeri mostly m*. dlum to low good; efcht c«ra com- i mon and low medium aouthw«tt J gran ateer* offered; helfera and mixed yearlings In modest aupply approximately U per e«nt of r«- eelpta cowa; »<rM« early demand; with a few medium iteera M.00-40' fully tteady to stroni; helfen and mixed yearlings firm; eowa M to M higher; bulls H higher; vealera 1.00 higher; medium and good helfera and mixed yearlings ZS.00-30.00- good cows 21.00-22.00; common and medium cow« 1900-21.00; eannen and euttera 15.00-K.60. The young of the European wll« bear are marked with stripes running lengthwise along the body and of alternate dark and light tone. WORLD'S UUUJCSt SELLER AT IO< St. Joseph ASPIRIN Listen to KI.CN at ll:lt a.aa. and 4:M p.m. d.llr fw .« m- ron AnafranccaMnta. Hoi Office Opma at 1:41 Shaw SU.rU 1:H p.m. Centln»«m Last Time Today DENNIS BETST '"'' MORGAN DRAKE "Pretty Baby" Paramount News A Selected Shortg Continnoiu Shewing trtrj .- Tuesday & Wednesday . Selected Short Subject* Contlnno«s Shoirinr rvrrrtUy GEML Box Offic* Op*n« 6:45 Show Starts 7 P.M. Ijist Time Today DOWBLB rBATUHB "TRIPLE TROUBLE" with I.eo G*rc«T t Honti H»ft —ALSO— METRO NEWS Tuesday A Wedn«td«T —DOUBl.K rTATUBK— IAMURL QOI.DWYN

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