The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 21, 1950 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 21, 1950
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r PAGE TWO BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Jane Shelton, Society Kditor [ Aliss Fields Plans November Wedding Announcement of (he engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Ilii B. Fields to James Albert Mc- Multln, Jr., is made today by (he bride-elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James William Fields of Blythe- vllle. Mr. McMullln Is the son o( Mr. and Mrs. James Albert McMul- Jln of Blylhevitle. Nov. 10 is the date selected for Hie marriage. Mixes Fields was graduated from BlytheviHe High School and is now connected with (he Life Insurance Company of Georgia. Attending Blythevllle High before entering the Army Air Force during World War II, Mr. McMullin is a veteran of overseas duty. He is connected with (lie B. F. Goodrich Store in Blythevllle. The Rev. Harvey T. Kirtd will officiate at the single ring ceremony to be performed at (he First Presbyterian Church at 5 p,in. The bride-elect will be given in marriage by her father and will have as m?M a! honor her sister, Miss Lois Fields. Arnold E. Miller will be the best man. • .— 4 Moose Women To Be Initiated Women from the Order of the Moose Club in Memphis will attend the installation and initiation of the women of the BlytheviHe Moose Club tomorrow at the Cinb on Highway 61. Services will begin at 2:30 p.m. KNGAfiKlj —Miss Ma K. Fields will be married in November to James Albert Mc.Miillin, Jr, Announcement of the betrothal is made today by the bricle- elocl's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James William Fields. WELL TAILORED 852 34-52 By Sue Burnett Styled to slim and trim the more mature figure is this attractive shirt-waister. perennial favorite in every wardrobe, it can have short or three-quarter sleeves. Button- trimmed pockets may be added If you wish. Pattern No. 8525 Is a sew-rite perforated pattern for sizes 36 38 40, -:a, 44. 46. 48, 50 and 52. Size 38. short sleeve, 4X yards of 39- inch. ' For this pattern, send 25c plus 5c for first-class mailing, in COINS, your name, address, size desired and the P^TERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News 372 W Quincy Street. Chicago fi. ill. Don't miss the latest issue of FASHION—just off the! Tills Fall and Winter catalog is planned guide you smoothlv to "mart, wearable fall clolhes. tYep | pattern primed Inside tne book 25 cents. Autumn Scenes Portrayed At Parly for 125 Guests Fan-shaped fern amassed In the large window of the Ole South Room of (he Rustic Inn. and studded with dainty orange and yellow flowers, formed a contrasting background for the large pumpkin, symbolic of the fruits of the season, used yesterday at a luncheon-bridge for 125 guests. Fruits and vegetables of all varieties were clustered around the of the large pumpkin, which rested on a silver serving trny. Mrs. H. H. Houchlns. Mrs. M O Usrey, Mrs, Cecil Shane. Mrs. A D Reese and Mrs. Adolph Heinicke were hostesses for the affair, which was one of the largest of the current season. Further suggestive of the autumn season and the approaching Halloween holiday, were the giant orangi bronze and yellow dahlias \yhich rested In beds of greenery set in the windows. Completing tile fall setting was a single Inrge floor basket tilled with giant white chrysanthemums. Bridge and canasta were played by the guests following luncheon with prizes In sterling silver being presenter! the winners. High score pri/c In the bridge was won by Mrs Samuel F. Norrls, who was presented two compotes, second high. Mrs H. w. Wylie, who won a basket- and Mrs. Walker Baker, third pia-c winner of a cheese plate. Mrs. Marvin Smith was presented a cheese plate nnrt server for hi°li score in the canasta game. Second high prize of a basket was presented Mrs: Rupert Crafton. Out-of-town guests included were Mrs. Roy Harper of St. Louis, weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs F E Black and Mrs. Patti Knight of Memphis, houseguest of Mr and Mrs. Russell rhillips. Seven Receive Sorority Pins at Banquet-Dance Seven members of Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority received their jewel pins Wednesday night at the banquet and dance for the group and their guests at Hotel Noble Receiving pins at (lie banquet held in the Colonial Room were Mrs. Ncal McCormick. Mrs. Joe Warren. Mrs. Bill Lane. Miss Myrtle Sc.vton, Miss Mary Bill Mrs. Calvin Hill and Mrs. Bonnarci O'Neal. Golden shaded gladioli Inler- sperccd with (intcd blue carnations were placed in a low bowl and set In the center of the long table at which the group was seated Other floral designs in further compliment to the sorority colors, blue and gold, were arranged in the room. Dancing in the Blue Room for the couples completed the evening's activities. Floating from the walls anri cell- ings of the room were e ivcfii'lon of balloons also In the sorority colors. Mrs. Hall Installed As Chapter President Mrs. H. C. Hall was installed as president of the Elliott Fletcher Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confedcrccy Thursday at the luncheon meeting of the group at the Razorback. Mcsdiinips J. R. Clark, G. H. Grear, G. E. Webb, Roland Green, J. D. Bark-sdale and M. Fitzsimmons were hostc/a to the 16 mem- i bers attending. Trailing Ivy extended the length of the long table at which the group was seated, studding the ivy were clusters of rnixed fall flowers. A larger bouquet of blossoms surrounded United states and Confederate flags which formed the table centerpiece. Retiring president, Mrs. Gean Atkinson, presided over the business se.ssion following the luncheon, The group voted to oposc the erection of statues of Robert E. Lee and other Southern statesman in Confederate uniforms at the proposed Dixie Downs race track at West Memphis. Mrs. Clark reported on the recent UDC convention held in Hot Springs after which the chapter presented Mrs. Atkinson a gift of silver In appreciation of her three years as president. The Installation nf (he following officers was conducted by Mrs. Clark; Mrs. Hall, president; Mrs. R. C. Rose, first vice president; Mrs. Alkinson, second vice president; Mrs. Charles Alforcl. corresponding secretary; Mr.s. W. I. Den- Ion, recording secretary; Mrs 1 . Roland Green, treasurer; Mrs* pi simjnons. historian; Mrs. Marcus Evrarrl. registrar; Mrs. c. L. Me- Waters. - Jr. , recorder of crosses; and Mrs. Clark, parlimentarian. Early American Stories Reviewed for Chapter The program. "Early American Stories" was presented by Airs. Alvin Huffman. Jr.. for members of Chapter "N" ot the PRO yesterday at the luncheon meeting at the Lloyd Stickmon Iiome. Mrs. C. M. Smart was co-hostess for the 1 p.m. affair. Chrysanthemums centered the dining table and small tables at which the luncheon was served. Vases filled with rtahlias and chrysanthemums were arranged around the entertaining room in which the members were seated fallowing luncheon. Mrs. L: E. Old conducted the meeting. Air. and Mrs. Frank Nelwn are spending.the weekend in St. Louis They will be Joined there by their daughter. Miss Janet Nelson, who ls a freshman at Stephens College Columbia, Mo. ' Alan Berry, a student at Ole Miss, Oxford, Ls the weekend guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry and brother. Jerry. Harry Wcedman, Edwin Wced- man and Bryce Layson left this morning for Baton Rouge, La whore they will attend the Louisiana Slate University-Georgia football game. They will Bly- theviHe tomorrow. While there they will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs Edward E. Smith. Mrs. Smith Is the former Miss Ann Wcedman of Blv- thcvllle. P. A. Lasley of Little Rock was an overnight guest In Blythevllle. Mr. Lasley came especially to attend the dedication of the Jim Hill plant teday In Campbell, Mo. Mrs. Rosco Crafton and Mrs. Jim Crafton returned Thursday from Utlle Rock where they had spent several days. Irby Randall Hawks, Jr.. Ls the name selected for the son born Ihb morning at Walls Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Randall Hawks, He is their first child. Mrs. Hawks is the former Iva Seay, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. I. scay. S/Sgt, Johnson A. Enochs has arrived in Blythevllle for a 30 day furlough as guest of his sisters Mrs J. D. Wldner, Mrs. Gene Horrls and Mr.s. Lee Powell and families, sgt. Enochs recently returned from two nnd one half years duty In the Pacific area ns mechanic instructor He will report for duty St Ogden Utah. Mr. and Mrs. Shelburn Brewei re spending the weekend In Sikeston. Mo., as guests of relatives. C. B. Crigger. Sr.. Mrs. Bernard Cooch and Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Buck are in Canmliell, Mo., today to attend the dedication of the Jim Hill Rosco Crnflon spent Thursday In Helena on a business trip. Mr. and Mrs. w. A. Stegall arid sons, Clyde. Bill and ciiuck. of Fav- etfevtlle. are the weekend guests of Mrs. Stcgall's parents. Mr. and Mrs Clyde Robinson. Cary Mason and Dudley Hardy students at Arkansas State Coltece Joncsboro. are the weekend guests' of their parents. Mr. and Mrs E R Mason and Mr. and Mrs. A. A. linr- Among the Blytheville people who attended the Blytheville- \\hitchaven football game last night, at Whitehaven. Tenn vcre Mr. and Mr.s. Whitney Morgan Mr aiiH *— _,. ,1... * ~. ._ and k { 4&»>« \ •ATORDAY, OCTOBER ^xor?Stah A Sch«T A «TtL M1 ",, MU<lrei1 Pe "" enter ' CC ' Uel) ™ S Cr ° W " ed " ^° U "'°" "Paten o, UUAUIH iiign jDcnooi yesterday afternoon as thp hiirhli«rhi «*• ih r »-. . ,, Miss Pemnenter Is show,, here with hTr e ght ma df Ma w L <"°™-D>'«s football game at Luxora. Joan Lewis, Billies. Clark, Hole RLardson M"rilyn Mead™nd M"' "* "^ '" ri8 ' U> Dia " e a * T " Ul (left) and Jennie Lewis. PRESC8SPTOS Fresh Slock Guaranteed Host Prices Kirbv Druo Stores "Where Christ and Christians Meet" CHURCH OF CHRIST OUR CROWDS DEMAND TWO SERVICES SUNDAY.' • Sermons • •••HMM^B ^^^P^^J^Pl^B Early Service S "±^ a j.r> •;..•>&« 8:45 Sunday Evening "The Oriein am! Claims of Unman Catholicism." N n . 5 KLCN 12:15-12:30 Daily Everybody Welcome H. F. SHARP Kvangellst •Snng I.r.idcr James Thompson Second Service 10:50 SOUK Leader— Tommy Sliellon CHURCH of CHRIST Main ot Highway 61 and Mrs Grady Magee. Mr. „„„ Mr.s. Wilson Bohannliig Percy Wright, c. V. sebfuiRh. c. o Reti- man, o. E. Knudson. Otho Stan- 'icici. K. K. Mason, Mr. and Mrs Alarms a/iines. L. A. Crowe Mr' and Mrs. Hugh Whitsitt. Bryce Layson. Miss Mary Margaret Auten Mr and Mrs. Rouse Harp. Bdsel Harber' Chester Calriwell. Max Harrison Don Chnmblin. Harry A. Haincs Mr. and Mrs. Max Reid, Jcre Reid Mr. and Mr.s. Joe Warren, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Biship. Mr. and Mrs Bailey Tarpley. Haywood Har'v" Louis Green. Mr. and Mrs. W T' Shelton. Misses Jane and Joy Shelton. Billy King, Charles Purtle. Mr and Mrs. George Clark. Mrs. Phillip LUXORA NEWS 8> Mr« G C Driver The Double Bridges Home Demonstration Club met Monday at the home of Mrs. Logan Rozelle. with twelve members present. The roll call was answered with favorite recipes. Mrs. Harvey Pcrmeiiler was in charge of the program, assisted by Mrs. W. L. Hannn and Mrs. H. P. Wofilcy. A discussion was held on the future needs of the club, and rviinoiinceinem was made of the completion of a United Nations Flag to uc presented to the Luxora School. Mrs. Hugh Wright was game win- irr during the recreation period. Miss Jean Owen of Memphis was an overnight guest of her mother. Mrs. Julia Owen, this week. Mrs. I. M. Castlio spent last week in Memphis with her father, who is a palient in the Methodist Hospital there. Mr.s. Nannie Adams of Enterprise, Alabama, is the liousegtt'jst of her .son. Tyc, nnd family, for several weeks. The W. S. C..S. of the First Methodist Church met at the country home of Mrs. H, P. Worsley Tuesday afternoon, with sixteen members present. Mrs. E. L. Bowles was pro-ram lender for ihc mi-cling, assisted by Miss Florence Rush and Mrs. H. W. Spann. "The Healing Gill He Lends" was the program topic. Mrs. S. B. Rozelle gave the , devotional. ! Memphis visitors this week includ- ] , ed Mr. atid Mrs. W. L. Clark. Mrs. i j Stun Bowen, Mrs. T. P. Hudson Mrs \ Elizabeth Stlliman. Mr.s. Russell Bowen. Mrs. J. I. Miffliii. Mrs. Sue Brown, Mrs. Lillian Freear. the Rev. A. B. Hill, and Mrs. P. M. Bonds. Mrs. Ethel Whitmore of Oklahoma was the guest of her son. Ray, and family, for several days last noon nt the school cafeteria. Game prize winners included- Mrs Sam Bowen, M rs . Ra y Whitmore. Mrs John Bowen, and Mrs. Clarence Crawford. Lil.vorans on Memphis hospital lists this week include Mrs. w M Sharp at St. Joseph's. Ray Tate at Campbell's Clinic, and Mrs Graver Driver at Baptist Memorial. At The Hosoitals Klythcville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Jim Burns. City. Elmo Wright. Lllxorn. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Ed Churchill and baby City Lindell Ray Turner, Hortiersviile Mo. Mrs. j. B. Bass. Hornersviile. Bibianne Stinnett. Holland David Billiard, Luxorx Virginia Peters. Air Base Bible Class Miss Sue osment and Mrs. Frances Peek were guests yesterday with ... ,, u «!v<: 17 members of the Ladies Bible water homt. Class of the First Methodist Church, who met at the church tor a business and study session. Mrs. Sally Hubler presented the opening devotional followed ' by group singing and a prayer led by Mrs. O. N. Hawkins. Mrs. Hawkins conducted the business session after which Mrs. W. A Sticfcmon led in a Bible Quiz. Hostesses for a social hour following were Mesdames Hawkins, Stickmon, Love Adams, Emma Burney and Jenny Craig. Lake Geneva. Switzerland, Is as deep as 1.095 feet at points. VALUES! VALUES! Tables _ 32" high, 24" x 3G» lop wifh (wo targ. J drawers. A good storage or bedroom furniture Used Krigiri a ire Refrigerator - Large 10 foot size in perfect running condition. Duo Therm Oil Healer - Large size for horn, use. Ready ( 0 use now. Applebaum. Ehzibeth Van Hooser. Frances Hindman. Barbara Oen- wee ^- ning. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jobe and Mr - and Mrs - Bowen Thompson family. Mr. ami Mrs. Toby Louo 1 5pcnt Sunday in Memphis visiting and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. Wilson Mrs - Thompson's brother, who h a Henry. patient, nt, K-pnnoHv n.i,ir.,.-i t.i_. . Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Robinson and . , a patient at Kennedy General Hospital. -. ".j.n. iLuLiui^oii .inn — family have as their weekend guest Mrs - Bi " Wundcrlich r>f Memphis their daughter and sister. Mi.s.s Aiin i wns thc s " nd ay guest of her par- Robinson, who Is a student at Siena c " ts - Mr - nnrf Mrs. M. c. Cooke. College, Memphis. Mr.s. Russell Bowen returned home Mr. and Mrs. flames Crook and i st wcclt tfam Bpntonville where their two daughters. Jeanne and 5hc visitc d her father for several Carol Sue. left last night for Dal- ' <Iays; las. Texas, where they will attend' Mrs - Raymond Pate. Mrs. Auten the Texas State Fair. . Chitwood. Mrs. A. B. Bradley. Mrs . I Edwin Hayes, and Misses Emmalee eri^d IS" s^k— -«* I *=« Mn^?dT -———___ __ st-rt bridge held last Saturday after- APPLY A/ ew. PHONE State 2132 Beat Superficial Pain of RheumptifiTt, ArlhrilU, Neuritli, Bursitis, Ctiatico, Lumbago* At the Point of Pain! / With ne* SuRIN j» not intended as oire or ircalmcnl of <he above disced (t ii to bt used onl>- lot icmpouri- 'did of local, niptrficinl Pa* No Internal Downg-simply smooth H on! No«v. comes 3 new nay ,„ r i.);<, vc tnc nagK ; ng 'o«l superficial f,\ m O f n ,,, S clc! and joints „ well as those nf simple colds and fatiguc „ ith a l-niin,,,e senile rilh-in of new SURIN ointment, "if secret nf SURIN is in the use of .he modern "search drng-b-nlcthacholine chloride, which doctors call a va,o dilator. This increases local Mood mpply »herc applied, and allows fast penetration of SUKlN'j selected local analf-csic. "el rcl.ix,ng agents for speedy pain relief at the Poim of p.,,n! Thus SURLV fights pain 2 wa)5 | 'n « few minutes you feel a glowing sensation 01 warmth that lasts t.p to three or more h,,,,ri. SliHlN » so M ,y to tt.e and you can apply ;, w i,| lml , f C3r! SVKIN is creamy- white—w^hcsoff easily and will no. stain wash- aWe fabrics. Mcncj luck at jour drm-visls if not satisfied. -.$<£ S«ni«f WOODS DRUG BLYTHEVIHE FAMILY DAY of the ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH 7th & West Ash Streets The Largest Family Attending Sunday School Oct. 22nd,, at 9:45 A.M. Will Receive a 50 ib. Sack of Flour Come and Bring All Members of Your Family! EVERYONE IN AND AROUND BLYTHEVIHE IS INVITED TO ATTEND THIS GREAT SERVICE Pathfinders Hav« Pot luck .Social D»eor»tk>n» 'itrtnlnt Hi* gjj. lo»*en thenn wtrt uxd ThuradAy nljht In the ent*rt>lninf nem* of the Hr*i Methodist Church,, wtvtn the Ptthfirxfen Cltu net for t potluck loeUI. A musical profjtm ww j>TMent«d by the high icnool quirUtte M- comp»ni«d by tin. J. WiUon Hear*. pl»n!«t. Mr*. Roy w«* p»MaU4 • . drtwint by Mr.. Alts Shelby, HotUuct lor the ooculon ver* Mrs. J. D. Droke, Mr«. r. X. (cot* »nd Mn. Win ford Wy»tt. ^ Coming Events Social Calendar Preferenttsl TMI it p. D. Foster home from 3 to 5 p.m. honorlnc Alphi Alpha Chipter of Bet* Sigma Phi rushtes. Circlei EXrrel First Baptist Church meet: Circle one, Mr». Swaner; circle Two, Mr». ^ u Hale; Circle Thr«, Mrs. J. W. luy. der; Circle Four, Mrs. M. c. Outlaw; Circle Five. Mrs. C. K. Johnson; circle Six, Mrs. H. C. Bl«nken- ~hip. Women of the First Methodist Jhurch meet »t the church at U .m. tor all d«y Mission Study Lake Street WSC8 ro«U 'it th« church at 7:30 p.m. Turulaf Mr«. James B. Clark enterUlnin* Town and Country club. •Trl-Town club meets with Mn Russell Parr. Mrs. Robert Wiedmin hoate« to TLE Club. MM. Eric Whltlejr compliment. .» Petite Club. La Nueve meets at W. T. Rain. Duplicate Bridge League meet* at .ountry Club at 1:30 p.m. Listen to KLC'.V at lt:l» •.«. and 4:00 p.m. dally for Mr m- tram annonneemenle. B«x Office Openi at 1:« Show Btarii 2:0* P.M. Continuous ShornInj Erer^daj Saturday GENE AUTRY Serial "Atom is. Sxptrm*n" No. 11 and Cartoon Cont. Showing Sat. IJ:J»-H:1» Sunday & Monday HUMPHREY GLORIA BOGART GRAHAM! "In a Lonely Place rr Paramount News ft S«l«tted Short* GEM Box Office Opens 6:45* Show Starti 7 P.M. Saturday rr Sundown in Santa Fe" Al»n Ijnt SERIAL N*. t Also Cartoon C«*UI< IH Shewing U:M-U:lt Sunday A Monday METRO NEWS Cont. ShowStin. 1:30-1 J;00

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