The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 28, 1950 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 28, 1950
Page 2
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fAOTTWO BLmmYn,r,B (ARx.y OOURIKR NEWS J»n* Slielton, Society Editor ' f Dr. John Charles Morrow To Claim Miss Nunn Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nathan Nunn today made known the betrothal of their daughter, Miss Mary Frances Nunn to Dr, John Charles Morrow III of Chapel Hill, N.C., son of Mr. and Mrs. John Charles Morrow, Jr., of Henderson- vllle, N.C. The bride-elect was snlulnlorlnn when graduated from Blylheville high school and lalor received hon ors when graduated from Vassar College, Poughkecpsie, N.Y, She received her M.A. degree from the University ot North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and Is now do- Ing graduate work at the University where she is a part time instructor. Mr. Morrow "'as graduated from Hendersonville High School and the University of North Carolina, where he became a member of Phi Beta Kappa, scholastic fraternity. He received his Ph.D. degree from Mas- , sachusetls Institute of Technology \ at,Cambridge and now is assistant professor in the chemistry department at Ihe University of North V| Carolina. During World Wor II. he served in Ihe United States Navy as a lieulenant. Plans for the December wedding will be revealed later. Bronze and While Motif Highlighted al Meeting Bronze and white was the chosen color, combination for the luncheon meeting of the Woman's Club yesterday at the club. Stressing the motif were the bowls of chrysanthemums and other fall blossoms which topped the long serving tables and smaller tables of [he club. The base of each glass used by the 65 members and seven guests was garlanded with a miniature chrysanthemum corsage. Snapdragons and asters formed the cenlral centerpiece for the "T" shaped tables. Following luncheon Mrs. Kendall Berry, president, presided over th meeting which opened with Mrs Theodore Logan, legislative chair man, Introducing Mrs. H. W. Wylle who discussed Amendment Mrs. J. W. Rayder, Mrs. C. A Tant, Mrs. S. S. Sternberg. Mrs Harry Bradley and Mrs. George Lee were introduced by Mrs. Berry as representatives of the Woman', club for the Mississippi Count} Traffic Safety Council held recently L. T. Moore. Jr., pianist, presented several piano selections, "Sonata In A Major with Variation" by Mozart. "Prehidlum" McDowell ant "A. Parady on Dixie." Mr. Moore was'.Introduced to the guests by Mrs. Rayder, program chairman. .... ._ , . ^ Jr. 'Mrs."'^.'"U s .^fyanT''wl:re Tntfoducec to the club as new members. In conclusion of the business session, Ihe group voted to honor outstanding club women with donations of books to the club library which was begun last month. Hostesses for the meeting were Mesdamcs H. R. Schmuck, J. H. Seeman, Joe Ferguson, Dale Horn, Maurice Zellner, Jack Salibn, Eddie B. David. C. W. Allord. Victor Slil- wcll. Jenny Walker. F. E. Scotl. J. C. Droke. R. N. Payne and Raletgl Sylvester. Bits of News p. DECKMBKH BRUJE-KI.KdT—; eased ti> be married In Dr. John marriage is planned. Miss Nnuii Is vin Nathan Nunn of Blytheville. iss Mary Frances Nunn is cn- Cliarle.s Morrow III. A December the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M \ BUTTON TRIMMED 8506 12-20 By Sue Burnett As young and pretty as can be. Is this handsome dress that's so versatile. Short, or three quarter sclrves are provWert In the pattern, waist and pockets boast a neat button arrangement. Pattern No. 8506 Is a sow-rite perforated pattern for sizes 12 H 16, 18 and 20. Size u, short sleeve.' <». yards of 39-Inch. For this pattern, send 2.ic phis 5c lor first-class mailing, in COINS your name, address, si/e desired and the PATTERN NUMBER to Site Burnett, Courier News 372 W Qulncy Streel, Chicane 6, III Don't miss the latest issiw ot FASHION—just off the press! This Fall and Winter catalog Is planner! to Rulde you smoothly In sewing smart, wearable fall clothes. Free pattern printed huida l n « book 25 cents. Satin Bell Mark Table at Shower A lightly wrapped while satin bell designated Ihe table on which bridal gifts from 50 guests were opened and displayed Thursday night at the shower given at the Rustic Inn feting Miss il« B. Fields, November bride-to-be of Jnmcs A. McMullin. Jr. Mrs. T. A. Folgcr was hostess (or the dessert briilge-cnnasta in an entertaining room of the Inn. A miniature bud vase holding a single white chrysanthemum and yellow daisy type mum marked each of the small tables at which the guests were seated. Harmonizing clusters of while and golden lined chrysanthemums were arranged around the room. Black rose velvet was used in the gown chosen by the bride-elect tor the occasion. To the shoulder of the drew «-ns pinned a corsage of gardenias, a gift of the hostess. High score prize in the bridge game was won by Mrs. Joe Hamtiy low score was pre.senlcd Mrs. 'Joe Greason anil bridgo went to Miss Patty June Davis. Canasta high was won by Mrs. Summers Moore, low score to Mrs. Larry Gnmtueter. The hosless' girt to Miss Fields was silver in her chosen pattern. Mrs. Larry Gammctcr ot steele and Miss Ann Jones of Jonesboro were out-of-town guests. Corn Stalks, Pumpkins I ransiorm School Room Corn stalks, nnd pumpkins yesterday transformed the third ijnide room of Miss Polly Stewart at'sud- bury school into a den for goblins and spooks, as the cla.w members celebrate! Halloween prematurely ! with an afternoon of bobbing for apples and other party games. Eight room mothers, Mrs Eugene Hocrt. Mrs. W. L. Moxicy. Mrs. Carl ! Lay. Mrs. R. B. Martlndalc. Mrs. J. ! M. Snow,-Mrs. Kemp Whisenhiml,! Mrs. William Looper and Mrs. Law- rcnce Hassell assisted during the | afternoon. Presented a prize lor the most unimie ccslume was Betty Moxicy, Sixteen students who had attained perfect .scores in Ihe day's spelling Icwon, were allowed to participate in a gum chewing contest. Most, accurately pinning the noM . mi the pumpkin was Linda Jo Bos- wcll who received a prize. Fortune telling nnd apple bobbing made up the jictivilir.s alter which Individual cakes and party fr.oris. iced in glowing pumpkins, were served from a long table sel. up ]„ the room. Cats and goblins festooned the table. Dolpha Mae Cole presented ac- corrtian music while refreshments were served. Favors were presented each child. Mrs. Norvcll Lansing presented candies u> each child. Mrs. Rose, High Scorer For Octette Club Mrs. R. C. Rose was high score winner and Mrs. James Hill, Jr., second high, at the weekly bridge game ol the Octelte Club Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Rose was hostess at her Roseland home for Ihe occasion. Fall Mowers in lovv bowls were arranged in the entertaining room. Mn. Rose served refreshments. With the Courts Chancery: F. E. Ross and Jane Ross vs Max Logan, el al, suit In collect $236712 damages for faulty house alleged sold plaintiffs by defendants. Common PJeax: John Miles Miller vs. R. L Williams, suit to collect debt of S294.83 and interest. The Bhinkolobwe Mine in Belgian Coneo contains half the world's known high grade uranium ore. BAZAAR & BAKE SALE Tuesday, Oct. 31, 9 till 5 Woman's Exhibit Bldg. Fairgrounds Public Invited Sponsored by Home Domonsl ration Club erionat l.eroy Dlxon of Slfceston U th weekend guest of Mr. and Mr Vance Dlxon and family. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Conway an Mrs. H. H. Hoiichlns are th« week end guests of Mr. and Mr«. J A Riggs of ij«je Hock. While ther they will attend Ihe Arkansas-van derbilt football game this after noon, Miss Marlon Mayes of Blylhe ville. daughter of Mr. and Mrs John Moves, has been named pro gram chairman of the Intel-nation al Relations Club of Blue Mountali College, Blue Mountain, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Vance Dlxon an< family have returned from Jones boro where they attended a Fotte family reunion. The Hev. n nd Mrs. Allen Slewart formerly of Blylheville and now ol Conway. were Thursday visitors In Blytheville. While in Blytheville the Rev. Mr. Stewart was pastor of Ihe First Methodist Church. Misses Barbara MonaRhan and Gay Garj jgan, both .Undents «t the University of Arkansas, Fayette- villc, arrived in Blytheville last light to be Ihe weekend guests of heir pare/Us, Mr. a mf Mrs. Matt Monaglian and Mr. and Mrs. C W. Onnlgan. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Klncald of Memphis are the weekend <*uesls of Mr. and Mrs. Erwln Baxter and family. Mrs. W. 0. Kiebler will arrive tomorrow from her home in Enid Okla.. for an extended visit here as guest of Dr. and Mrs. W F Hrewer. Mrs. Kiebler Is a sister of Mrs, Brewer's. Miss Delia Cena Purtle, daughter of Mrs. J. W. Purtle of Blytheville. Is a .senior In the College of Liberal Arts of Washington University, St. Ijmtis. Miss Purtle Is aiuoriB the T2.000 students enrolled in the unievrsity. Mr. and Mrs. Bi. Williams, Mrs. Robert I. Thompson and Mrs. Margaret Bell are in Memphln today where they are attending the TCU- Ole Mis.s football game. Condition of Wayne Dill, who 1: undergoing treatment at Wall: Hospital following an automobile accident Tuesday, Is reported as satisfactory. Pat Burns, who is attending the University of Arkansas Fnyett*- ville. is the weekend guest of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Eddie aurks Mrs. Mary Josephine Srite, mother of Miss Jessie Srite, Is reported in a critical condition at Blytheville Hospital. Mrs. Srlle suffered a broken hip In an accident at her home earlier this week. Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Ashley ha« as their weekend guest their son. Larry Ashley, who Is a student «t the University of Arkansas F»j- ettcville. Dr. and Mrs. Hunter C. Sims. Jr., announce the birth of their second child, a daughter. Thursday. Oct. 26 in , a''shreyeport, La. hospital. She 'hast'not been named They have another daughter Erii- malyn. Mrs. Sims Is the former Miss Peggy white, daughter of Mr. Listen to Kl.CN at ll:l« *.n>. »nK 4:0» p.m. dally lor i> Br prn- *ram «nno«ne«ra«nU. Bnx Office Op«i» at 1:4f Shiw Slartj l:tt p.m. Cnntlnuoni Showlnf Ereryda; Saturday Cartoon & Comedy Serial "Alum vs. Superman" N'o. \'l and Cartoon Cunt. Slinwinf Sal. 12:30-11:30 Sunday & Monday ROBERT LOWSK TAYLOR CALHOUN "DEVIL'S DOORWAY rr Paramount News & Selected Shorts Cunl. Show Sun. 1:15-11:00 Coming Soon to the Roxy Till-: I'KTTY (ilKl, wilh Uobcrl Cnmmings and .loan Caulficlrl. FUI.I.KK 11IUJSM (JIIU. wilh Lucille Hal) and Bdrlie Allicrl CLASS MKNACJKUIK with .lime Wymnn and Kirk I'litijjliis T\VO \VKKKS WITil I.OVK with Jane I'uwcll and Kic.'irdn .Monlldiiin THK J1INIVBK STORY wilh Waller Pidgeon and l.roci' (,,'trs-oii ,f «m {0(l Slicllon - Arene « MN(j. SOLOMON'S JUNKS »-i(h Deborah Kerr and cwarl (Iranjter GEM N'f). 3 Also Cnrloon Conl. Shnnlnc .S.ll. I2:.1ft-tl ;34 Box Office Opens 6:15 Show Slnrts 7 I'.M. Sunday 8, Monday MON'HJO.MKRV PA 111, CLtFT DOUGLAS "TL ft' I 'It" The Big Lift Cartoon & Comedy Coming Events Social CoUndar. Mis* Irene'Crowder entertaining with a drop-in In compliment to bride-elect Miss Ila B. Fields. Monday first church Euuhan Sunday School Class has 7 p.m. Hillou r een party, street WSCS meeti at church «t 7:30,p.m. Tuetday County Council of Home Demon- ration Clubs has bake sale and il-the Woman's Building at fairgrounds at 9 a.m. Tuesday Bridge Club entertained by Mrs. Doyle Henderson. Mrs. Cleo Langston hosl««g to Town »nd Country Club. Duplicate Bridge Le«g»e meet* at Country Club at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Mr«. W. B. Cherry hostess to TLE IMilb. Wednesday Club meets with Mrs. •'.. J. Cure. Mrs. H. C. Allen entertaining 3lub Eight. . B Miss Hi B. Fields, bride-to-be of lames A. McMullin, Jr., being com- ilimented by Mrs. A. H. Wallace »t i:30 p.m. Mrs. J. C. Ellis nostess to Octette jlub. Mrs. Byron Morse hostess to Thursday Club. Avalon Bunco plays with Mrs. C B. Kettlnger. Thursday Rook Club plays >t home of Mrs. George Sallba, Jr. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham hostess to Sfid-Weelt Club. Mrs. Alex Curds entertaining Ki- 'Itzer Club members. Friday Col. John Martin chapter of 3AC has 12:00 luncheon at Hotel ^oble. Mrs. A. Lane Club Guest Mrs, Alvln Lane was a guest with -seven members of the Flat Lake Home Demonstration Club who met yesterday at the O. R. Redford home for the monthly session. Opening the meeting was an eye opener shown by the hoste.v of a tree representing the seven vegetables which were growing in her garden. Scripture reading by the hostess and prayer by Mrs. Raymond Zachery preceded the roll call which was answered by each member telling the number of vegetable* growing In her garden. Chairman, Mrs. E. C. Thompson led the study, "Food Production and Storage" afler which Mrs. Essie navls reported on the National Home Demonstration Council which she attended in Biloxi, Miss, recently. Mrs. Davis announced (hat 1900 women of the nation were present. Naming and identifying; trees, .shrubs and vines made up the ac- iATURPAY, OCTOBER W, tivitlM In the jocla! hour with winners being presented hyacinth bull* a* prizes. Winners were. ttrt. Davli, Mrs. Lane. Mrs. Zachery, and Mil Peggy Buchanan. Junior Auxiliary Meets At Church Prayer opened the meeting of the Junior Girls Auxiliary of tht Armorel Baptist Church Thursday night when the group met at the Church for a business jession. Roll call was answered with a Bible verse after which reports from officers were made. A collection w«« taken for (he neit social of the group. Repeating of the Lord'i prayer adjourned the meeting. Atomic Warning Given LOS ANGELES (/p,_ A static eliminator had been developed which uses polonium to halt static on belts, rollers and other Industrial U.S. Scfcoo/ in REYKJAVIK. Ic«UM-(*)-Wlth two l««h«r« already «rrlv»d from the United 8Ut«, the flr.tA.neT c«n school In Iceland wllJ OMB at Keflavik airport thU winter. There »re now between MO and tot American! in Iceland, ami wiu, Improved llvlnc quarters arallabl. more and more of them are brln»! Ing their familte* In. One hundred four children are ll»int with their parents at the airport, most of them of American parentage but a few of American-Icelandic parentaie, Unc« several Americans employed at th* field have married Icelandic girls Now that the school has been i4 tabllshed, it la anticipated tha more fa mi lie* will be brought Iceland. machines. It i s radioactive. Dr. Fred A. Bryan and Dr. Ui U i s B. Silverman of the University ot Call/ornJa have found (hat the device Is efficient. But they warn that a firm which uses it should hive an expert available to check on possible contamination and Injury to workmen «nd othera. Marriage Licenses The following couples obtained marriage licenses yesterday at the trice of Miss Elizabeth Blyth- ounty. clerk: Edward Pierce and Mrs. Mary lara Smith, both ot Festus Mo Lester Alsbra ones. Jr., and Miss illlye Maudine Flosers, both of Blytheville, At The Hospitals W'lll Hospital Dismissed: Betsy Patton, Dell I _Mr.s. George A. Wiggington. CHy «d Mrs. Ben While of Blytheville. "Where Christ and Christians Meet" CHURCH OF CHRIST OUR CROWDS DEMAND TWO SERVICES SUNDAY! • Sermon* • Sunday Morning "Is It Wrong In Dance?" Sunday Evening "The OHsin and Claims at Roman Catholicism" No. g. KLCN 12:15-12:30 Daily Everybody Welcome H. F. SHARP Early Scrviea 8:45 Song Leader— James Thompson Second Strvica 10:50 Song Leader—. W. T. SheHon • CHURCH rf CHRIST Main at Highway 61 TOP PRICES PAID FOR SOTttffWf% AT THE E. B. GEE GRAIN CO. IN YARBRO, ARK. Unloading Shown Above is (he Slarslon Elevator New Elevator At Yarbro PHONE 6645 Modern Elevators with ^ 200,000 BUSHEL CAPACITY a( Marslon, Mo., I'arma, r'railev and Yarhro S«« U* About GOVERNMENT STORAGE at Marslon, Mo. E. B. GEE GRAIN CO. C. C. COUNCILLE, Mgr.

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