The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 9, 1950 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 9, 1950
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, MARCH t, IN* Miss Noble Is Married To Sgt. 'R. L. Matthews The marriage of 'Miss Ruby Mae Noble of Blytheville to Sgt. R. u Mstthows of BJackwcll. Okla., is announced today by the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Noble. rho marriage was solemnized Marcli 6 in Osceola. Mrs. B. W. Caldwell attended the bride "6 matron of honor and only futend:mt. Sst. Caldwell attended the groom RS best man. Bgl. Matthews' Is now station at Scott Air Force Base, Belleville, III.. Mrs. Matthews will join him there the f*5t of April. The bride attended Blythevillc High fichool and at the time of her nu.rrJi ge was employed by S. H. Kress and Co. Goiu^-A\vay Party Fetes Mrs. Wren BECOMES U1UJ)K — Mrs. Wilbur C. Wil- <ly was before her Mrs. Grover Wren, who recently move*! to Osceola to make her home, was li'-Jiored yesterday when Mrs, T. O. H:ny, Mrs, Pete 'Wren and Mrs. W. B. Mayo were hostesses nt the Huey home here with a rook-shower parly. Potfiry vases holding splrea and jonqni's were arranged in the rooms in \vhTch the guests spent the afternoon In rook. High score was won by Mrs. Forrest ^-"core/second high Mrs. Gro- .ver Wren and roofco, Mrs. Huey. During the afternoon the guests presented Mrs. Wren gifts In her crystal pattern. ' Mr. and Mrs. Wren recently moved to Osceola to make their home where he is connected with the O:i,ceola Butane Company. •' • * • Lucbeon Club Meets; Mrs. Cure Hostess Mrs. E. J. Cure entertained members of the Wednesday Club and three guests yesterday at her home on CMckasawba. Mrs. II. C. Sims. Mrs. Elton Klrby and Mrs. Lay Welch were guests for the luncheon- meetiiig. A low bowl filled with JorwivtUs topped the dining table at which the group was seated for the lunch- eon. Immediately following bridge was played with Mrs. W. J. Pollard high scorer, Mrs, Sfms won second high. •„'*••-. Mrs. Langston Entertains CluB 1 Eight and Guests The Charles > C. Langslon. home at Number ; Hint was the setting yesterday for the meeting of Club Ei^rit and )'thr efe. guests when Mrs. ' Langston was 'riostcss to the group. Giiestf ;rneetlng with the club were Mrs. •: Marvin Nunn,- Mrs! Ralph Nichols and Mrs. C. D. McWaters. Preceding the bridge game In which Mrs. Nichols won high score a denert was .served tlic guests who were seated at small tables. Mrs. G. O. Poetz won second high- and Mrs. Otto Scrape, brldgo. ' ' " • ' * • Two Guests Meet With a Beta Bunco Club Tiie Alpha Beta Bunco Club and two guests were entertained yesterday when Mrs. Ben S. Shanks was hostess to the group at her home on Hearti. Mrs. Mervln Gillls and her ho'.isep.ucst, Mrs. Ruby Wade of De- trott, Mich., were the club's guests Novelty arrangements of for- sythta, "Jonquils and spring riou-crs were net In the rooms In which the Sunday, March 5tli in Osccola, Miss Inez derson. Mr. and Mis. Wilcly were ..married in a formal ccr- e m o n y at 4 p.m. Following a southern w e ci d i ng trip they will be at home in Etowah where the groom ..has larming interests. Bits of News Alph NET RESULT —Take some wide meshed woolen lace, drape it h3i-e and there over a lovely modol and the net result is this cocktail outfit with a pcck-a-boo bodice. Parisian designer Albouy crealid the filmy outfit, which is worn over a strapless black bra r.nd a sparkling tourmaline and vhinestone necklace. (Photo by KEA-Acme staff correspondent David S. Boyer.) China" Program Topic or Delphian Meeting "China" was the topic of discus- Ion at the meeting of the Chicka- •uvua Chapter of the Delphian Solely yesterday morning at Hotel oblp. Mrs. A. E. Teaford wns leader of he program with Mrs. Jim Oration, rrs. C. L. McWaters. Mrs. P. D. 'c.Tter and Mrs. Ray Hall parllci- ating In the discussion. • * • Vlelhodist Youth Feted Vith Skating Parly Sixty representatives of the Meth- tiist Youth Foundation and their uests attended a skating party at he alruase skating rink yesterday ability went fternoon. Prizes for skating o: Maurice Webb. Jr., and Peggy 'aylor, best couple skating; Edard Peterson, best boy skater•ail Whllsltt, best girl skater; and nek Jackson. Following the skating, the group ! ere entertained In the banquet oom of the church with refrcsh- lents served by the parents. Mrs. : ack Robinson and Mrs. John Miles Jiller sponsored the skating party. Mrs. Henderson' Elected Sudbury TA President Mrs. Vance Henderson was elected to head the 1950-1951 Siirtbury PTA n nn election held by the group at he school yesterday afternoon. Mrs. George Stilwell, president, •resided over the meeting which ras opened with a devotional \vhicl vas given by Mrs. Tim Estes. Mrs. H. C. Walls read the presi- ent's message after which Mrs. Jeorge Wiggs showed.a film con- erning tuberculosis. The croup was irged by Mrs. .Stillwcil to have a TB x-ray during the current drive. During the business session It was innoiinccd that the Sunbnry Fath- •r's Night would be held April I3th it- the school. Mrs. Vance Henderson will rep- esent the group at a state PTA •onvcntlon April 3-12 in Little Rock Other officers elected by the jroxip for trie coming school year vere: vice-president, Mrs. Kemp .Vhlsenhunt; secretary. Mrs. L. A Jougherty; treasurer. Mrs. Kelton Francis; and historian, Mrs. Kay Johnston. It was decided that a book^will )e donated to the Public Library in memory of Jimmy nay Lansing, a Sudbury student who died several months ago. In the room count prizes were presented the rooms of the Misses Mary Hubler. Alma Peters and Mrs Wiggs. Vlrs. Lawshe President Of Chapter "D" of PEO An election of new officers for Ihapter "D" of the PEO sisterhood was held yesterday at the lunchcon- ueethig of the group with Mrs. W. R. Lawshe being elected president. Mrs. T. J. Mnhan and Mrs. R. F. Kirshner were hostesses at the Malan home to 22 members of the Impter. A two course iuncheoi preceded the business meeting with bowls of Jonquils arranged on the dining table and throughout the rooms of the home. Immediately following luncheon, Mrs. E. R. Lancashire, president, presided over a business meeting during which delegates and alternates to tile state convention, to be held April 22 In Eureka Springs, were selected. Delegates nre Mrs W. R. Lawslie and Mrs. W. Marion Williams. Alternates selected were Mrs. O. S. Lemons and Mrs. H. H Houchlns. Other officers elected by the group were vice-president. Mrs. c. s. Lemons; recording secretary, Mrs. C. P Ratnbo; corresponding secretary Mrs. R. A. Porter; treasurer, Mrs B. A. Lynch; chaplain, Mrs. James Roy; and guard, Mrs. C. A, Nelson Mrs. Lawshe presided over the remainder of the meeting during which time a gilt of appreciation was presented Mrs. Lancashire, retiring president, from the group. Miss Mary Outlaw was called to her home In Rector last night due to the serious illness of her mother, Mrs. M. O. Outlaw. Mrs. Outlaw was removed to a Paragould Hospital following » Heart attack last night. Miss Outlaw Is B third grade teacher at Lange School. Condition of Mrs. Jim Webb who hns been confined to her homo on Walnut for several days with influenza is improved. Mrs. G. O. Poelz Is spending today in Memphis. Mrs. G. W. Pyles. who has been making her home at the Butt home, "11 W. Main for several months, has moved back to her home at 911 learn. Mr. and Mis. O. E. Knudsen have •noved to their new home at 2013 iV. Hearn, which they recently pur- liased from Mr. and Mrs. James Verlioeff who are now making heir home in Little Rock. Mr. anil Urs. Knudsen formerly lived at 805 tValnut. John Rob Crosskno has been reamed to his home from Memphis Baptist Hospital where tie underwent a major operation there 10 days ago. His condition is satis- "actory. Mrs. Ruby Wade of Detroit, Mich., s visiting here as guest of Mr. ami \frs. Mervln Gillls and family. Sgt. Charles Qulntoii of Temple, rex., is spending several days here Kith Mrs. Quinton and family, and Mrs. Bessie Eaton. Mrs. Buford Young. Mrs. Howell Wiiite and Mrs. Travis Decn spent 'esterday In Memphis. Mrs. White consulted a specialist while there .Irs. Young went especially to visit >cr son, Buford Young, who is 'reshman at Southwestern. Condition of Mrs. J. R. Miller who lias been confined to her home or Ash Street for the past week will: influenza is much improved. Mrs. Irene Wallace Is able to be out after having been confined to ler home on Hcarn far the pas week. Condition of Gene Stricklund who as been confined to his home -. Ninth street for several days with influenza is improved today. Coming Events Social Calendar Thursday Lon Jo Hargctt, bride clcc of^Huntcr Lane KImbro of Jones boro.--wi]| be honored a linen shower at the home of Mrs Tec Lyster in the Plat Lake Commun ity. Mrs. c. C. Denton co-hostes. for tile 7:30 p.m. affair. Friday Mrs. A. A. Hardy hostess to CBC Club. Lucky Rook Club meets with Mrs Odie Huey. Experiments in color television gc back in the laboratory as far « 1928. BHS Girls Attend Homemakers Meet 48TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY AJr. mid Mrs. H. H. Burnett were Courier News Pholo *>ll. Illltk irlio. Jl. Jl. ulllllcbL H CiU 1r . . - .-j i.nft II t Ttl honored at a family party iast night Vmcent. Burne a o, By- at the home of their daughter in theville, and Jay Burnett of St. celebration of their «th wedding LouL ' i - A " Ihc children were pres- anniversary. ent for tne af(alr which was given Mr. and Mrs. Burnett, who make at ' hl = Vincent home at 305 E. Kcn- thelr home at 405 E. Vine, are the lucky, with the exception of Jay parents of five children, E. C. Bur- Burnett of St Louis. They have nett, Gene Burnett, Mrs. Mildred four grandchildren. * WE, THE WOMEN * By Ruth MUlett, NEA SUft Wrlttr Here Are Definitions Not Found in Your Dictionary At Trie Hospitals Illytheville Huspilal Dismissed: Carol Sue Burnham. City. Mrs. Marcus Evrard. City. Mrs. S. A. Morris and baby, Luxora. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. J. T. McGuirl and baby. Luxora. A. B. Cash, Lilbourn. Judy Tcmpleton. City. Baby Barbara Lynn. Smith. Rt. 1. Mrs. James Wheeler, Alr^Basc. Crude Oil Production Increasing in Utah SALT LAKE CITY —(/P)_ The ne.w crude oil production 'industry in Utah reported production of 640.000 , barrels In 194D. Forty-nine wells were completed compared with 18 In 1943. In last year's drilling. 25 wells produced some oil. one brought in gas and 23 were abandoned as dry holes. Production in 1948 was listed at 15,000 barrels. Today's definition of words and phrases. "Nice looking" Is the phrase a man uses to describe a beautiful giH when he Is talking to his wife. Needless to say it Is not the phrase he jses to describe her to another man. "A lovely parly" is used to describe a party to its hostess. To anyone else it may described as "the usual tiling." "the worst evening I ever put in' or "anyway, the drinks were good." "A perfect brat" is never one's own child, who Is naturally just "full of high spirits," but a neigli- bo'-'s little darling. Something that is "terribly expensive" is something some other /Oman's husband has paid for. It's i 'ba'gatn" or a ''real buy" it tile bill goes to your husband. "Shes Just the kind of woman I'd ike to be" is always followed .by when I'm her age." "Gossip" Is what somebody else ells you. When you pass It along t becomes "news/ 1 One-Way Phrase A "piece of mind" is something yiu give but never receive. Whoever leard a woman say: "She certainly gave me a piece of her mind?" "She made a good marriage' mc-.ns she married a man whose amily hns more money than her 'amity-has. "So-and-so is one of my bcs friends" is usually followed by 'but. ..." "I 1 romlsed not to tell a soul" Is almost always followed by a ful Eight girls representing Blythe-*ville High School's Future Homemakers Chapter will attend a Homemakers Federation meeting at Osceola tomorrow, and one of the group, Vivian Jones, will be installed i second-vice-president. MLss Betty Wilson and Miss Mary Delia While, sponsors of the Blytheville chapter, will be in charge of- installation services at the Federation meeting. Harrison, Ann Hindman, EVajane include Chapter Cox Patsy Pope, President Sara Melbaline Hill, , Vivian Jones. Jo Tedlock, and Millie Ann Matlory. Loss Belies Argument Of Girt Debate Team SINGAPORE fAP)— St. Margaret schoolgirls won a debate by insisting honesty Is not tlie best policy— but they arc not so sure they were right, Wiiile they we're arguing the point with the, boys from St. Andrew's school, thieves sneaked into a nearby iwini where their belongings wei'« hanging and made off with cash and much personal prope The boys, who didn't debate as well, perhaps, didn't lose a thing. ei'« iM* ^y. Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, III.. March 9. (!Ti— tUSDA)— Hogs 11,500: 180 Ibs up .40 to .50 lower; 170 Ibs down and sows .25 to -50 lower; 180-240 Ibs 16.15-17.00: top 17.00 for few loads of choice 20H-220 Ibs; 250320 Ibs 15.50-IG.50; few to 1G.75 Gosnell WMS Has Service Program The Gosncll WMS met Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. W. c Maxwell for a Royal Service Program, "Am I My Brother's Keeper?' Mrs. Maxwell was program leader for the evening. The program was presented In the form of an Informal round table discussion with Mrs. Charlie Moody. Mrs. Gladys Jones, Mrs. Lewis Rhymes. Mrs. J. T. Karncs, Mrs Cecil Gray, Mrs. Tom Grimes and Mrs. L. T. Kamcs participating. The benediction was given by Mrs. Karncs after which the hostess served coffee and cake. afternoon was spent In banco. High score was won by Mrs. Bll Taylor, low oy Mrs. Gillis, and bun- co. Mrs. Lane Newell. During the afternoon a desserl course was served. BAKE SALE SATURDAY, MARCH 11TH. Cakes - Candies - Pies All Delicious Home Made !n Building Next Door to Riti Theatre Sponsored by . Catholic Altar Society Friday Only A MUTINOUS CREW... A RAGING TYPHOON,^.' A DANGEROUS WOMAN... Paramount News and Selected Short Continuous Showing Everyday 140-110 Ibs 14.00-18.00; 100-130 Ibs 10.00-13.25: sows 400 Ibs down 14.5015.25: heavy sows 12.50-14.25; stags 8.50-11.00. Cattle 1500: calves fiOO; opening trade moderately active with price." steady; few good steers to 20.15 common and medium 22.00-25.00 medium and good heifers and mixet yearlings 23.00-25.00; common and low medium 19.00-22.50; good cows 19.00-21.00; common and medium 17.50-1850; canners and cutters 14.00-17.00. Continuous Shows Box Office Opens \ -.45 Show Starts 2:00 10:00 a.m. 1^:15 p.m. 4:30 p.m LISTEN TO Kl.CN Last Time Today Battleground with Van Johnson and John Hndtak Selected Short Subjects Continuous Showing Everyday Bargain Night Ever? Nlfhl Except Sitnrdi; No passes honored on Sunday at •llie ROXI Box Ornce Opens 6:45 ccount. "We promised our baby-sitter •e'd be home early" means "Come n. John, let's get out of here. I'm ored to death." Attention High School Girls Go (o one of the Kirby Drug Stores for your DuBarry Souvenirs and register for valuable free prizes! KIRBY DRUG STORES Thursday & Friday jfr^ as original! Stealing the scene is easy in these attention-getting dresses that are making their.debut to well-groomed young women everywhere. June Patton's own print* .. .worked into design- fresh, quality fashions... at a beckoning price! J «• • •«*••« Style No. 6611 "Dood!e-line"bias prim spun rayon dress with flanged yokelinf and hiplinr cutved pockets Blue/Brown; Grey/ Rust; Pink/Green;Corn/Rust. 12-20 Style No. 7238 Ombre dotted rayon crep* dress with hc»vy sprinkling of dots that grow fewer and ' change background shade Black, Sandalwood Brown, Navy, Dark Cardinal. 12-20 AS iOVMTISED, '" VOGUE JIEDEL'S

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