The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 20, 1950 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 20, 1950
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PACK FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Jam Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Ernest Baker Claims Bride in Home Service Mis* Betlye Wilson, daughter ol Mr, and Mrs. Raymond Wilson ol Blytheville. became (he bride of Ernest Baker in a ceremony sol emnized Saturday, Oct. 14, at the home of Ihe Rev. W. B. Yount. min- Jstir ol the Wesley Memorial Methodist Church. The groom Is the son of Earl Baiter of Blythevllle. v The service was read at B p.m. Mis* Charley Faye Lemons of Memphis was her cousin's maid of honor and only attendant. She chose a tailored navy blue suit with which she wore matching blue accessories and a corsage of carnations and tuberoses. A gray suit worn with black accessories was selected by Miss Wilson for her marriage. She also wore a shoulder arrangement of carnations and tuberoses. Following a southern wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Baker nre now at home, on Ro l ite Three, Blytheville. * * • All Members Attend ' Meeting at Club All members of Ihe Thursday Contract Club were present yesterday for the 1 p.m. luncheon bridge gvlen at the Country Club by Mrs. O. W. McCutchen. Dahlias and other fall flowers in • utumn shades of green, yellow, orange: and bronze were arranged •round the entertaining room to • dd a fall air to the scene. In the bridge, game following luncheon, high score was won by Mrs. McCutchen and second high by Mrs. Henry Humphreys. * • • Pumpkin Tallies Used In Weekly Bunco Game Miniature handmade tallies shaped u pumpkins were used by members of the Avalon Bunco Club and one fuest yesterday at their weekly metting. Mrs. L. A. Dougherty was the group's only guest when K, r s. Harold .Wright was hostess at her home. Zinnias In a variety of colors were • muued in crystal bowls and set Around the entertaining rooms. Mrs. Dougherty was high score winner in the game witH secon* •high going to Mrs. Hugh Gentry. .Bunco was won by Mrs. C. B. Ket- Wrujer. * A' Mlad course was served following; the game! • • • Mrs. Knight-Anumg Guests For Luncheon Bridge Mrs. Patti Knight of Memphis', houMguett of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips, and Mrs. Harry Kirby, were guests yesterday with ihe Thursday Club for the initial meeting following the disbandment for th« summer months. A 1 p.m. luncheon and bridge at the Country club opened- the club's fal] social session. High score was won by'Mrs. I'hil- lipB,*with tecond high goinc to Mrs. Knight. • • « • . Wednesday Club Meets; Three Guests Attend Thre guetsts. Mrs. A. Q. Litlle, Mrs. Aubrey Conway and Mrs. M. A. Isaacs met Wednesday for a 1 p.m. luncheon and bridge, with members of the Wednesday Club . who convened at the SI. H. Kirby home. Chrysanthemums topped the table, from which luncheon was served:. rn the bridge game following high score was won by Mrs. Isaacs with lecond high going to Mrs Baker Wilson, * * • Club Is Organized; "8-50" Name Selected Blytheville's newest club, a variety club to bv known as the 8-50 Club, held hj initial meeting Wednesday night at the home ol Mrs. George Invin. Members will meet bl-monihly lor different activities. Canasta was the selected game for the initial meeting with the hostess serving party foods immediately following the game conclusion. Autumn hued blossoms provided Ihe floral decorations lor the occasion. —rholo by Ma Mr. and Mrs. Gene Lanhan Mrs. Watson Wed lo Gene Lanham Mrs. Helen Watson was married In a double ring ceremony Friday to Gene Lanham or Blylheville. Anounccment of the marriage Li made today by the bride's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Snyder of Blythe- vllle. The groom Is the son ot Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Lanham of West Point Miss. The Rev. Roy I, Bagley officiated at the ceremony performed at his hcme at 8:30 a.m. Friday, October 13. Mrs. Leonard Cooper was. her sister's only attendant. She wore a two piece frock which featured a black velveteen jacket worn over a black satin skirt. Dainty pink blossoms were printed on the slim skirt. She wore pink rosebud* at the shoulder of the Jet black top. A navy blue wool crepe frock made along tailored lines was chosen by Mrs. Lanham. She wore red accessories and finished her costume with a navy blue hat. A single white, orchid with a purple throat WHS her bridal flower Walter Anders «erved as best man. Following a • northern wedding trip Mr', and Mrs. Lanham .returned to Blytheville and are now at home at 602 W. Ash. At the time of her marriage Mrs. Lanham was employed as cashier for Ark-Mo Power Company. . Mr. Lanham is room clerk at Hotel Noble. Fall Flowers Provide Party Decorations . Bowls fTlled with pink dahlias .rid miniature yellow and white chrysanthemums were arranged in the James M. Williams Jr.. home "esterday for . the desert bridge icetlng of the Kibitzer Club and iree guests. Mrs. Melvin Halsell, Mrs. Ben Mac White and Mrs. Rube Carson, a former member now living in Memphis, were guests of the group. Mrs. Alex Curtis won high score in the game .with second high going to Mrs. Jack Chamblin. « • * Rook Club Meets In AV. B. Mayo Home Golden hued blossoms in crystal bowls were arranged in the \V. B. Mayo home yesterday for Ihe weekly meeting of the Thursday Rook Club at which all members were, present. In the rook game Mrs. Grovcr Wren won high score. Mrs. T. O. Huey second hiph and Mrs. George Saliba. Jr.. rooko. Refreshments were served following the game. th . FAVOKITE OF MIltlDNS! SlJoseph ASPIRIN WORUfS LARGEST SELLEP AT IO< of a//age SUPfRCIRCt/5 V/A*r t FtfW! LAUGHS! THRILLS! Ml $UJK« WMCT, 2:00 P.M. to y«v by your -«M fee* Stor*, HEUER'S SHOE STORE Yellow Party Fetes Recent Osceola Bride Yellow was the selected color for the decorations of Hie Wendell Phillips home last night for the miscellaneous sho-.vcr given in honor of a recent bride, Mrs. Bill Nicholson of Osceola. Mrs. Nicholson is the former Miss Eloise Barnes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Barnes of Blythcville. Mrs. J. M. Cleveland and Mrs. Phillips were hostesses to the 30 guests who attended the bridal event. The evening's activities ivere made up of party games and con- tesU after which the group show- erect the honoree with gifts Jor her new home. "Bill and Eloise" was lettered in icing on the individual cake* which were served the guests with iced drinks. A gift arrangement of tinted yellow carnations pinned on the royal blue velvet corduroy frock chreen by Mrs. Nicholson for the occasion. The fall frock featured a rhineskme trim. Special guests were Mrs. Barnes, mother of the bride and Mrs: Gilbert Gaugh and Prances Ann Gaugh of Osceola, mother and sister of the groom. • * • Birthday Club Meets; Mrs. Applebaum Honoree Mrs. M. A. Middleton was hostess to members of Ihe O. and N. Birth- clay club last evening for the monthly party given in compliment lo a club member. Guest of honor for October was Mrs. Phillip Applebaum. Dinner was served from the lact draped dining table which was topped with the large birthday cake that was later cut by the honoree and served the giiest.s.The traditional slit candles encircled the top of the cake. Following dinner the club presented Mrs. Applebaum with a gilt. The entertaining rooms in which th« group was seated was filled with flowers in vari-shades. • • * Hobo Party Begins Series of Rush Events Hobos for an evening were members of Alpha Alpha Chapter ot Beta Sigma phi and llieir guests, prospective members, who atUndcd the first in a .series of rush events last night at homes of various members. The appropriately dressed guests gathered at the home of Miss Luella Barnes for Introductions and distribution of hobo fare. roods were given the group as they journey from the Hobcrt I. Thompson, home to the Harold Nunn home, the Robert Lipscomb home and ending a t the home of the ch«p_ter_president, Miss" vera GoodrRKi^rpr roasting of weiners and marshmallows. Mrs. Roy Lee Klrkscy was named as the most ncady genuine, hobo. Games and informal entertainment made up the remainder of the evening's activities. Chapter nishees are Misses Mildred Chambers. Doris Henderson Betty Black, Martha Wren. Floyce Steadmsn, Mrs. Perry Darby, Mrs. Clyde Shibley, Mrs. Bill Rayrter, Mrs. Roy Lee Klrksey. Mrs. Roland Bishop, Misses Frances Shousc, Gena Arce. Connie Parker. Polly Stewart. Geneva Shibley. J a. n« Shelton and Mrs. jack Henry. -Special guests were Mrs. F. f Black and Mrs. W. J. pollard, chapter sponsors. Bits of News It/odlty Pers ersona Mr. and Mrs. Sam Landrum will lie in Whitehavcn. Tenn.. tonight to attend the Blythcvllle-Whitehav- en football game. They will remain in Memphis as guests ol Mrs. Landrum's sister. Mrs. Dick Mills, Mr. Mills and son Benny, for the weekend. Mrs. T. J. Bailey. Mrs. Elmer Norman. Mrs. Dale Horn, Mrs. albert Alley, Mrs. A. A. Hardy. Mr. and Mrs. Ous Eberdt, Mrs. W. A. Stick- mon. Mrs. Love Adams, and Mrs Lillian Alford were in Wilson last nlsht where they attended Ihe Friendship Night of the Wilson Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star. Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Danielson of Memphis will be the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Bailey and family. Mrs. PattI Knisht of Memphis is the Ruest of her sister. Mrs, Russell Phillips and Mr. Phillips. Harry W. mines Is spending ten days in Hot Sprincs. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. I.eech left lo- day for a month's vacation in Sun Valley, Ida. They will also attend a Coca-Cola Bottling Convention on the west coast. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Owens will he in Whltehaven, Tcnn., tonight for the Blytheville-Whitchaven toot- ball game. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Richards left today for their home in Bristol, Tenn., after several days visit here with Mrs. Richards parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Isaacs. Mr. and Mrs. Richards were enroute to their home following a Nassu honeymoon. Mrs. Richards is the former Mrs. Betty Thomas. Jerry Haley .spent yesterday in Jonesboro. Mrs. M. F. BrowTilce. Jr., and two children of Sikcston, are the weekend guests of Mrs. John Bourland and Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Brownlee at Dell. Mrs. J. E. Crook left today for Houston, Tex., to spend a week as guest of her daughters and families Mr. and Mrs, J. M. Williams, Jr.. and Mr. and Mrs. Dick shanks will attend the Blytheville-whitehnvcn tootball game tonight In Whitehaven. ' Story Hour Will' Begin Tomorrow The world of storyljnd win unfold In the morning for th« boys and girls of Bli'thevllle schools who attend the Story hour, sponsored by (he Blythevllle Junior S«r- vlce Auxiliary at the Library. The Story Hour, which was discontinued during the summer months, will begin In the morning at 9:30 s.m. and continue for the duration ol the school term. Classics favorites, short stories from current children's magazines and recordings of stories will be used in the program. Mrs. James C. Guard, chairman of the project, announced th»t children In ihe first three grades of Ihe elementary schools will hear heir stories at 9:30 a.m. The 10:30 Hour will be for students in the fourth, fifth and sixth grades, A prize will be presented to the ichool maintaining the largest attendance for a specified period of time. Mrs. Blau s. Heath will be the story teller (or the first hour, »nd Mrs. Guard the second, other workers on the project are. Mrs. J. E. Bcasley, Mrs. R. A. Nelson, Mrs. Freeman Robinson, Mrs. Joe p. Pride. Jr., and Mrs. Max Logan. This is the second year for the Story iiour. in preparation lor the opening session, all schools have been visited by two of the workers'. Women Return From HD Council Pour Blythevllle women returned yesterday from the National Home Demonstration Council meeting in Biloxl. Mtsa. The four attending the four day session were. Mrs. C. F. Michael, country council president; Mrs. Nila Bunch, secretary; Mrs. Essie Davis, treasurer and Mrs. Lee Stiles. Approximately 1900 Club women represcntating M sUtea attended the convention. Eastern Star Officer Honored Mrs. Ruth Elation of Joiner. Associate Grand Matron of the Order of the Eastern Star, was guest of honor earlier this week at a social meeting held by the Blytheville Order of the Eastern Star at the newly completed Masonic Temple. Mrs. Ed Cook, worthy • matron, presided. "Lucky Charms" was the program theme given to emphasize the good luck wished Mrs. Station by the chapter as she tours the state. She inter become.s Worthy Grand Matron of the Grand Chapter in Little Rock. Mrs. Charles Alford and Mrs. T. J. Bailey directtd the program. Mrs. W. D. Cobb. accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Ralph Berryman, sang a solo. Party foods and punch were served from the liife-laid refreshment table. Centering the table was a low bowl ol mixed fall blossoms. Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester and Mrs. W, C. Colston were hostesses. Takes A Doctor's Advice Gas Station Man's Aches and Pains Leave Completely After First 3 Bottles Of Hadacol Father helped, loo, who also had deficiencies of Viramins B,, 83, Iron and Niacin. Wesley Scalllons, energetic young gas station attenclnnt in Pcoria, Illinois, tells how HADA- COL keeps him on the job. Wesley Scallions has this to report"I took HADACOL upon the advice of my father who has taken it regularly [or some-time. He could not eat, was unable to get around, lost sleep and was generally run-down because he had these deficiencies. My brother who is a doctor recommended HADACOL to Dad. Since taking HADACOL. Dad has been feeling like a different man: he now has a hearty appetite, sleeps well and gels around once again on his own. "I have had pains in my right *rm and legs due to these deficiencies. I lost many days of work until I started to take HADA- COL. After my first three bottles the pains left me completely and now 1 work every day without having any pains. I am a gas attendant and need full use of both arms and legs in my line of work. Thanks lo HADACOL I can now perform my job satisfactorily and feel fine," Don't Be, Satisfied With Symptomatic Relief Don't be satisfied with symptomatic relief - HADACOL makes It possible lo actually relieve Ihe REAL CA.USE of those erne) nagging aches ami pa lns when due lo i !U ^, ol , vll a»>i"sB,,B 2> Iron and Niacin In the system. * N ' DfL . I u? ErfTOT " Is! Continued use of this great HADACOL not on , I , y # V( 'Y olHlm ' olls . complete ffi i At i e l ps kccp Sllch e al »Jul distress from returnlrflr. FRIDAY, OGTOBER 20, 1950 Hunters' Vition Topic At .Optometrists Meet The Northeast Arkansas Optome- tric Society met yesterday at Hotel Noble In Jonesboro and discussed the necessity of proper vision for hunters. It was pointed out that accord- Ing to American Optometrlc Association figures, an estimated nine million hunters go Into the woods each year and that of this number 500 don't come back ilive and that approximately 3,000 come out injured or maimed due to hunting accidents. Many of these accidents are blamed to poor vision, it was pointed out Attending the meeting Jroni Mississippi county were Dr. Milton E. Webb of Blylheville and Dr. Joe Hugher of Osceola. Safes Convention Dodo NEW YORK—</!>|—That business custom of holding an annual sales Convention may soon be extinct. Schentey Distributors. Inc., recently aired A 90-minute presentation over a closed circuit of the Dnmont Television Network. The "telesossion," seen and heard by 2,300 salesmen and distributors gathered in 18 cities, replaced the company's usual national sales convention. A kine- scopic film made of the "live" incnl- Ing. which featured speeches by company official and A pictorial preview of fall merchandising plans, will be shown In 25 other cities not yet. reached by the coaxial cable. Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. 111.. Oct. 20. (AP)—(USDA)-Hogs 10.000; uneven; barrows and gilts 25 to 60 lower than Thursday's average; weights under 200 Ib-holding up best ;sows nre 50 to 75 lower; bulk good and choice 170-270 II) brrows and gilts 20.00-23: practical top 20.25; paid mostly for choice 110-220 Ib; few bundles 20.35; around 325 Ib 19.50; HO-100 Ib 13.50-19,75; odd lots 110-130 Ib 17.0J- 1825; gcod anrt choice sows 400 Ib down 18.25-19.25; heavier sows 17.75-18.25; few n.50; stags 13.00-15.50; boars 10.CO-13.50. . Cattle 1.000, calves 600; about 10 percent of a Email supply ol cattle comprised of cows; steers and heifers scarce; mostly medium kinds 35,00-28.00; about steady; cows slow, some early sales about steady with Thursday; common and medium cows 19.00-21.00; odd head good 21.50-22.00; canners and cuttert 15. 00-18.50. Americans eat about nine pound* of beans apiece (Mr year. FOR SALE CoBtreU eilnrta II Inch <• W l»eh pi»ln M r«tnforee4 Ata L'Mrrrle H.IWini Black* eke*p. er than iMBihei rar ^anu eblckea h*uc«. M»P t»ue*. Unant biases tool tbrdt We deUrv C»U H fM (re* wtlwaU. OSCEOLA TILE * CULVERT CO. Ml. Paul Nipkow. Germany scientist who died In I!HO, i.s regarded ajs ihe nearest to the "inventor" of television because of his development of the scanning dLsc, basis of transmission of pictures. WHEH^EHOUSNESS, WOW UAVE YOU TIBm IHHI « <tnn[tli >nd ptpl Monthly Singing Is Planned The monthly Pemlscot County Singing Convention will be held Sunday in Tyler, Mo., S. L. 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