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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1950 acie Jane Shellon, Society Editor f BLYTIIEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Phone 4-161 2QO Guests Attend i Country Club Party A Merlins silver mirrored placque reflected the large bouquet of giant iltion Imed chrysanthemums ami type mums which formed ft enterpiece for the main serving table at a supper party Wednesday night (or 200 guetls at the Country Club. Host and hostess for Hie affair were Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Pollard. Swirls of ffrn encircled the twin punch bowls from which punch was Feived preceding suupsr. Presiding al the bowls were Airs. Samuel P. Norris and Mrs. n. C. Allen. Crystal htirricane'lamps enclosing eo'.den lighted tuners were set si- elllier side of the giant chrysanthemums with 1 clusters of matching chrysanthemums encircling the lamp bases. Entwined through the wrought iron work of the glass topped table was lacy fern studded at intervals with groups of gclrten chrysanthe- mutnsT "Crystal and silver service was used exclusively on the striking table. The mantel of the spacious room was topped at either end by crystal urns from which ivy cascaded flank- Ing a cresent shape design of huge dahlias in a dubonncL bronze shade. A silver bowl held the unusual /loral arrangement. Set immediately before the fire place was a tall basket of lemon yellow and white dahlias. Further continuing the gold theme were the chrysanthemums and mar i go Ids which were arranged around Ihe .sunporch of the club. Presiding at the table were Mrs. P. G. Black and Mrs. Welch Foster. Dancing concluded the evening's r( Out-of-town guests included Mr. tnd Mrs. Billy Joe Den Ion of Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. William Dyess of Luxor a. Five Tables of Guests at Rustic Inn Fiw tftbla* erf dessert bunco pu*»U were entertained Wednes- dya night at the Rustic Inn when Mr i, Bwood Deen was hostess in compliment to Mr*. BUI Nicholson of Oficeota, a recent bride. Mrs. Nicholson te the former Miss Elolse Barnae oi Blytheville, daughter of Wr. and Mrs. T. J. Barnes. Miniature chrysanthemums dyec to stress the chosen color scheme of yellow and orchid were arranged around the room. Each small cable at which guests were seated was topped, with a bud vase filled with the chosen blossoms. High score prize for bunco wi\it to Miss Lavonne Portlook with bunco being won by Miss Butonne Jaegers and low by Mrs, James ElsJander of Driver. Gifts were showered upon Mrs J^Nicholson from the group for her Tuew home. She was dressed for the event in a fall combination of black velvet and yellow and black wooi plaid, worn with black accessories Pinned at her shoulder yas e corsage of orchid rubrum lilies, E gift of the hostess. Special guests were the bride's mother, Mrs. Barnes and mot tier of the groom, Mrs. Gilbert Gaugh Included In the guest list were Mrs. Howell Nicholson, and Mrs Elslanrier of Driver, Mrs. Gaugh Miss Frances Ann Gangh. Mrs Leroy Owens, and Miss Marjorie Mayo all of Qsceola. • • •. Avalon Club Meets; Mrs. McGregor Hostess Low bowls holding dahlias am chrysanthemums were arranged the enieriainin groom of the Spec] McGregor home yesterday for thi weekly afternoon of bunco for thi Avalon Club. Decorations in compliment to thi approaching Halloween holiday were used throughout the entcrtaning rooms and In the -refreshments. Mrs. McGregor was high scon :r in the game, with low scon won by Mrs. Harold Wrigh and bunco by Mrs. Hugh Gentry. A salad course was served. Rook Club Plays; Winners Are A\nnoimcecl Mrs. W. B. Mayo won high score Mrs. T, o. Huey, second high anc Mrs. Eugene Brown, rooko, yestcr day at the weekly meeting of, thi Thursday Rook Club. Mrs. Grover Wren was hostess tc the croup nt her home. A barbecue plate was served fol lowing the same to the guests whi were seated in the entert<iinin< rooms of the home. Errn?e shield chrysanthemums provided a flora' background. November Marriage Plans Are Revealed Nov. 23 is (he date selected by Miss Reba Beaslc:, 1 , daughter of Mr and Mrs. W. 13. Beasley of Blythe- vllle. for her marriage to Billy Gann, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Garni also of Blythei'ille. Announcement of the approaching marriage was made today by the bride-elect's parents. Miss Deasley Is a member of the Blytherllle senior high s:hodl class and will be graduated in May. She is an active participant in extracurricular activities. Mr. G'nn was a member of the 940 Blyihevllle high school erad- iating class and since that time las been engaged In farming near Blytheville. The single ring ceremony will be performed by the Rev. George Mc- "thehey at the home of the groom's >arcnts. Miss Lottie Stllwell will attend lie bride as mrid of honor and only feminine attendant. Charles Thompson will serve as best man. A reception for the wedding guest- 1 ; is planned immediately fol- owing the nuptial exchange. • * • ^uncneon Bridge Given : or Bi-Monthly Club Yellow and orchid chrysanthemums decorated the Joe p. Pride, bi- the Bits of News H'loilttj Jr.. home yesterday for the monthly luncheon bridge of Thursday Luncheon club at which Mrs. Pride was hostess. Club guests *'as Mrs. Jimmie Lee Brooks. The afternoon was spent In play- Ing bridge following the I p.m. luncheon with high score prize bc- ng won by Mrs. Wallace Hoke and second high by Mrs. Albert Taylor. Mrs. Chamblin Has Party at Razorback Mrs. Jack Chamblin was hostess at the Raiorback- yesterday to the Kibitzer Club tor » dessert bridge, with all members present. Mrs. George Hubbard, Jr., waj> nigh scorer, Mrs. Rube Carson second high, and Mrs. Harry A. Halnes. bridgo. • « * Autumn Season Scene Used at Luncheon Suggestive of the autumn season was the design of assorted fruits and vegetables which topped the dining lable 'from which luncheon was served members of the Midweek Club yesterday at the Aubrey Conway home. The entertaining room In which small tables were arranged for the bridge game was decorated with bouqueU of chrysanthemums. Harmonizing arrangements were placed throughout the home. High score prize In the bridge game was presented Mrs. W. L. Homer, second high was won by Mrs, Cecil Shane. * • • Combined Party Given At Tom Brown Home A wiener roast at the Tom Brown home Wednesday night for 50 guests combined a. going-away party and a celebration for a contest winning team. Tom Brown, Jr., who left Thursday for induction Into the Army, was honoree for the event. Host for the occasion was the losing team of the Pentecosla] Young People's Association, which participated In a Bible scripture contest. The group gathered around a large bonfire for singing, e.imcs and roasting of foods. A gift was presented Mr. Brown from the guests. Two Guests At lend Club Lvmcheon Bridge Mrs. Pattl Knight of Memphis, hoiiseguest of airs. Russell Phillips, and Mrs. Harry Kirby. were guests ycslerdiy with the Thursday Club when Mrs. A. G. Little was 'hostess «t her home for the weekly luncheon-bridge. Yellow chrysanthemums formed the centerpiece for the table from which luncheon was served. In the bridge game following, Mrs. Knight was high score winner and Mrs. Kirby, second hish. Mrs. Brlle Wood had as her guests Wednesday night her sister-in-lav,', Miss Nellie Lee Uorroh, of Caruthersville. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sharp and sons aj;d Mrs, Mabel Smith loft this afternoon for. Little Rock to visit with relatives nnd friends. While there they will attend the Arkansas- Vnndcrbilt football game tomorrow Mrs. W. C. Shearin was removed to her home at 1123 W. Ash Thurs day from a Memphis hospital where she had received treatment fqlloiv- ing an accident Wednesday. Hei condition is reported as satisfactory. Among the Blytheville people who will l w in Little Rock tomorrow for the Arkansas-Vandcrbilt football game will be Mr. and Mrs. W. L Homer. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. W, J. Pollard Mrs. P. E. Black, Miss Betty Black Mr. and Mrs. c. w. Afflick, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kirby, Mrs. Harry W Hnines. Harry A. Halnes. who will be joined for the game by Harry W Halncs, who Is spending several "days at Hot Springs. Mr. and Mrs. E. B Gee will be Joined in Little Rock bj their son, B. B. Gee Jr., who is freshmen at the University of Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gilbow and Mrs Raymond Shamlin and daughter Glenda, were in Marked Tree las .night where they attended tht Blytheville junior high school and Marked Tree junior high schoo football game. Mrs. James A. Frazter Jr., and son. James III. of Sike.sloii will be the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs Neville Blakemore. Condition of Burton Stnibhar. son of the Rev. and Mrs. Lester D. Str 1 .. bhar .who is a patient at Campbell' Clinic. Memphis, following an cident Tuesday, is reported as satis factory. The 1 Rev. Mr. Strubhar wil today. Mrs in Memphi with her son. Mrs. Jack Chamblin, Mrs. Chamblin and son. Don Jr. return to Blytheville Slrubhar will remain Don TOR THE MATRON 8660 34-48 By Sue Burnett A beautifully styled frock for Ihe more mature figure that.'.? graceful and flattering. Soft shirring on the shoulders gives nice fulness to the waist, [lanellcd skirt adds to simple charm. Pattern No. 8660 is a sew-rite perforated pattern for sizes 34, 36 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48. She 36, short sleeve, 4 yards of 39-inch. For this pattern, send 25c plus 5c for first-class mailing, in COINS your name, address, size desired and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News. 372 W Qulncy Street. Chicago 6, III. Bend 25 cents today for the new Pall and winter FASHION. This Safest Issue is filled with news am styles for a smart winter wardrobe; Interesting features; free gift pattern pattern printed Inside the book. Mrs. Rube Carson are spending to day in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Huffman Jr, will attend the TCU-Ole Miss football game tomorrow in Memphis. Mrs. O. O. PoeU and children and Mrs. Cleo Langston are In Montgomery, Ala,, where they will attend the marriage of Miss Eleanor Janey. Glenda Lee and Ronnie Poetz are members of the bridal party. Charles G. McDaniel, son of Mr ami Mrs. Charles McDaniel of Blytheville, has been included In a list of .16 Arkansas students registered among the 10,000 students at Northwestern University, Evanston, 111., it was announced today Mr' McDaniel, who Is a sophorrinre, is a student in the School of Journalism. Pvt. Billy D. Shaneyfctt, son of Eari c . Shaneyfelt of Rt. 3, Blytheville. will be among the MX Arkansans to be graduated tomorrow from the Air Force's Security Patrol Air Police at Tyndall Air Force base near Panama city, Fla Mr and Mrs. Phillips Robing arid Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crieger will spend the weekend In Little Rock. While there they will attend the Arkansas-Vanderbllt football game. Marriage Licenses The following couples obtained marriage licenses yesterday at the Elizabeth Blvthe office of Miss county clerk: Bobby camp and xiiss Thelma Weatherford, both of Manila. Albert Leo Schrcnk of Perryville Preddy. iccretnry and treasury and Mnrjoric Bcarri. social charmian. Mrs. Adrian Russell is counselor. Missouri Home Party Setting The Hermondale, Mo., home o Mrs. Ellen Conley was the setting last night for a Halloween partj honoring members of the Dorca; Sunday School class of Calvar; Baptist Church and their guests. Class president, Mrs. Herman Mayes, presided over the mcetin which opened with prayer by Mrs Hershel Graham. Party games and contests mad up the activities after which prize lor the most realistic Halloween cos Umies were presented. Winning pri zes were Mrs. Buford Cooley Ira G. Murray. Popcorn balls and Iced drink were served by Mrs. Conley. Guests attending were. Hcrma Mays. Hubert Polsgrove. Jerry Way Polsgroce, Phylis Alford. Atibre Bruce. Mrs. Lee Moore. Dorothy Rol ll«m, Bernlce Flowers and Mr. an Mrs. Ira G. Murray of Ktlgorc Society Meets PAGE FIVE * WE, THE WOMEN * 'arents' Responsibilities Change as Children Grow B) Kulll Mlllctl. NKA Stall Wrllcr -ange P, T. A. Meets in Theatre Most parents have a pretty Rood dea o( what their responsibilities re to their small children. Hut it's often rt different, story when the children arc grown. Yet esponslblllty In the children docs- i't end—it Just changes. Your responsibility to your T~AVII children includes all of this: To make them feel that you have filth in their ability to make a uccess of living. To let them know that If they iced to call on yon for help or ad- ice you are there, but lhat yon ren'i going to offer help unless it s asked for. To cive them the assurance they need lhat your life hasn't come to i standstill simply because your hilrtren are busy leading their own ives. He Informed on (he Doings Of (lie Hay To keep up with the times—so hat yon are mentally companlon- ble with them. Tc resist the urge to make them eel fbamerl because they haven't mnre time for you. Never to dwell on how much you •sacrificed" for them so that they ed guiltily in your debt. Never to pr.v Into their live.!, baring with them only so much as hey wish to share. Never (o burden them unneces- ; arily with your own worries, dis- ippolntments and frustrations! Never to make (hem reel that hey are "all you have in the world. 1 To base your relationship with your children on their love and respect (or you — rather than heir pity. D TA Announces Halloween Plans Plnns for the Senior high school Parent-Teachers Association's celebration o( Halloween were nn- lounced today by Mrs. Buford Young, president. 'he celebration will get. under y at 7:30 p.m. at the high school iiidltorluin with a Womanless Wedding In which me:; of the community will participate to begin activities. Other acttvitie-s planned are, musical selections by the senior high school boys' quartette, an all girl hand composed of tn.ile members of the Blytheville Band led by "majorette" J. 13. Rlggs. Joe Evrard will present accordion selections followed by a hake sale. 'tickets may be purchased iron any member of the PTA Executive Board, Mrs. Young announced. Church Class Has Business Session Two guests, Mrs. i. F. Johnson and Mrs. Keith nilbrcy. met wilh 11 members of the Phebean Sumtay ~;clionl of ihe First Baptist Church, last night at the John Tyrone home for a regular business session. Prayer by Mrs. H. C. Walls opened the spsplon which was presided over by Mrs. Harry Tlogan. A devotional by Mrs. Harvey Chapmnn followed by prayer by Mrs. niedsoe prccrdrrl the reports of the committee chairman and officers. Mrs. Darks Barker adjourned the session with prayer. Individual cakes nnd coffee were served hy the hostesses in a social hour. Table appointments were in keeping with the Halloween theme. With the Courts Chancery: Peggy Ann Slaughter vs. Richard Haskcll Slaughter, suit for divorce. Claude Barnes vs. Obble McKln- ney, suit to enforce purchase agreement. Cirniil: (Criminal) State of Arkansas vs. Nelson Crowe, assault with intent to rob. United Nations Class EMORY. On. —(/Tj— Need some tongue-twisting exercises? Try Associate Professor George Neely's rol call as a starler. Neely, who teaches English to foreign students at Emory University, struggles from Tawingwang Outlvabodht , through Shlgemltsi Kuriynma, to Klaus Zcllc. us he checks attendance of Hie 28 torelgr students from 14 counries. It's not nil one-sided however, for while the sudcnU"; perfect their En Silish the profcpsor is learning i tew words In exchange. Student.' claim he can now soy "pop qut7.' in .lnpane.sc, Siamese, Swedish fine Portuguese. Osceo/o Store Honored Claude Lloyd, manager of th Kroger store here In Osceola, is the winner of the Smith Trophy in the company's annual store cleanllnes contest, it was announced today by C. E. Berg, manager of the Mem phis Branch of Kroger. The ChceoU store won the contest in competl tion with 82 stores In the Memphi branch area. For Program Mrs. J. C. Crlner led In the open Ins prayer at the meeting of th Nazarene Missionary Society Wednesday afternoon at the Nazarene Church. Mrs. Oscar Alexander gave the selected scripture reading after which Mrs. Minnie Lee Kemp op. encd the program with the discus sion, "Why I Believe in God." This was followed with the talk. "A Dead Church" by Mrs. Becky Ingram, with Mrs. John Walker concluding the program with the subject. "Prayer." A season of prayer preceded the dismissal prayer. At Tlif Hosnitals Walls Hospital R: zor and baby, Dismissed: Mrs. Ernest Stceie. Mrs. Opal Miller and baby, Holland. Mrs. Clarence James, stccle. Mrs. M. D. Bradshaw. City. Mrs. Sara L. Eastbiiin and baby Stecle. .Cecile Davis, Tyler. Mo. Del eon Beard 1 Heads YWA Delean Be^.rd was named president of the Young Women's Association C f the Armorel BaptLst Church last night at a meeting held to elect officers at the church. Others serving will be Mrxinc Parrlsh, vice president; Jancrie ! R. BLACK'S EVE WATER FOR PEOPLE, HORSES, DOGS, AND POULTRY Contains No Piiisop H.VUMMvSS AXI) Will not Injure. Ueltevcsqnlrklj. Us* It for Infl.imalion of the Eyes, For liurtilnt, Strained, or Aching l-.yes, and rink I'.yes. ' For Sale al Drug Stom I BAZAAR & BAKE SALE Tuesday, Oct. 31, 9 (ill 5 V/omon's Exhibit Bldg. Fairgrounds Pybiic liwiiscl SponsorcH by Home Demonstration Club FRIDAY NI6KI-9 P.M. 'III! HALLOWEEN ANCE Ballroom Dancing Music by Ted Fisher And His Orchestra WOMAN'S EXHIBIT BUILDING Walker Park $1.50 Per Couple-$1 Stag Sponsored by the Catholic Oitobtr Circle The fifll. j-rndp mothers al IJIHRC School were hostesses yesterday al the Mo.\ Thoutro for the monthly nectlug of (he i.ni). Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. Ill Oct. 27. M'I— (USDA1 — Hogs 9,000; steady to 15 ccnUs higher; weight* 200-2i>0 ll>s mostly 10-15 cents Muhcr; bulk good and choice sows nn~260 MM Jfi.35-50; top 19.60; /cw crs Association. Mrs" iiaVry" Bia'dToy j ?S°' 27 . 6 . ' tw 1 . 9 : 2S '. 4 ? ; "«-'«0 K« condiiclciltlio .session 'J18.00-19.0D: odd lots 100-130 IDS Following the rtcvotional Blvon by! 18l0 1:' 1 ' 5 . 0; so °A. iin < 1 ch °ice sows \tff Intiit Mifrt,.' T*'0 Mrs. R, L. Wade, Mrs. John Miles Ulller, program chairman presented lie guest speaker, the ne\-. Harvey Cldd, pastor of the First l>rc*l>y- .erlan Church who chose as ills ioplc, "The Koine." The Rev. Mr. Kldd stressed the imjiorla :iomn In molding the "future" of C v-l cows 19.00-21.00; cry child. tors 14 SO-18.80. The president's message was presented by Mrs. liny Austin alter which Ihe group voted to close (he membership drive on Nov. 15. . Mrs. Forrest Moore was nnmed to lend a floral committee for (he PTA's entrant In UP Christmas 1'a- rade. Assisting Mrs. Moore will be Mrs. u. K. Titilo, .Mrs. Hartley I fays nnd Mrs. o. O Hardawav Ins down 17.50-18,50; Jew 1875' heavier sows J1.00-50; stags 130015.00: boars 10.00-13.50. Cattle 1.000; calves 500; odd lots medium to good heifers and mixed yearlings 25.00-2900; good cows 2150-22.00: common and medium eanners and cut- activities. A quota was established for each room and If unsuccessful, a call for pledges will be made. Members voted to contribute lln- ens to Dm school's first aid room. Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, elementary supervisor, spoke briefly °» Amendment 41 followed by the ™«W "< l^t« s urging th/pas- ed Miss Elizabeth Halstead's first grade and Mrs, Roy Brantley's fifth grade. It's "Skippies" for feather-light control! <t ct /o u - right co in for I-! • KormFU IMS fathionnl "?ki|i|iic.-." e\mtly as you slimstors of nil AfLC.* like 'em .. . fr.illirr-liglil .intl action-right ... to trim you and *moolh you KfMiitifulK iiilhnut hcfny brines! "Skipriirs" give vim just the u-lii-jTr «tf rontro) ynn nerrl, phi? a world of frrC'.lrlion comfort. Tlic; 're ^ofl. *mtsJililr, iptiek-vlrying. Girrlle.i am] [f.inltcf in .1 flifleirrit rln>tii:^—3 different lengths —styles ami color" to suit you. dnic clloosc >imr set IniUyl Ustcn to Kl.CN at 10:10 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. dally for our program announcements. Hox Offlre Opens at 1:45 Shnu- Slarls 2:00 p.m. Caiidniicius Showing Everyday Thursday & Friday M-G-Mj>iiirnli RAY TURNER MILLAND I'arnmnunl News & Selected Slinils Saturday Serial "Alum TS. Superman" Xo. 12 and Cartoon Conl. Showing Sat. 1Z:30-U:J« SUNDAY & MONDAY DOORWAY OBERTTAYLGK -u LOUIS CALHERN • PAULA RAYMOND MARSHALL THOMPSON • JAMES MITCHELL • EDGAR BUCHANAN • WnlUn fcjGUY 1ROSPER Directed by ANTHONV MAHN • Produced by NICHOLAS NAYFACK A METRO-GOLDWVK-MAYER PICTURE Cartoon and Novelty Reel PARAMOUNT HEWS & SfLfCTfD SHORTS Continuous Showing Sunday 1:15-11:00 Coming Soon to the Roxy THK I'KTTY GIRL wilh Robert Cummings and Joan CaulfieW. FUI,M-;i{ imUSH (;IIU. with Lucille Bull and Eddie Albert GLASS MKNAGKR1K wilh Jane Wynian nnd Kirk Douglas T\VO W KICKS WITH I.OVK wilh Jane Powell and Kicardn Montlcbiin THK AMMVKK STORY with Waller P.dgeon and Grcer Gar.son COI'I'KK CANYON will, R (lv Milhmri and Hcclv Lamarr WATCH THK BIRDIE with Red SkcKon. Arlene Dahl KING SOLOMON'S MINKS will, Deborah Kcrr and Slewarl Granger TO I'LKASK A LADY wilh Chirk GaWc ant] Barbara Stanwyck. Box Office Opens 6:'15 Show Slarls 7 P.M. Thursda I'riday Sclcctcrl Shnrls Saturday "Mesucr.ici[.'es of the West" No. 3 Also Cartoon Conl. Showins Sat. 12:30-11:30 SUNDAY & MONDAY Montgomery Clifl Paul Douglas "THE BIG LIFT" Cartoon and Comedy

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