The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 10, 1950 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 10, 1950
Page 5
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Jans SJieJton, Society ocieiu l\lewA Society Editor. / p , nrlo .... J»LYTHEVTT.I,B (ARK.)' COUTtTER NEWS Charles Bittner Home Setting for Club Yellow chrysanthemums topped the dining table and adorned the place cards used yesterday at the ' Pm. luncheon meeting of the §fiursday Luncheon Club and one suest a t (j,e home ol Mrs. Charles Bittner. ' Mrs. Dlclt While was the group's only guest. Following the two course luncheon the guests were seated for bridge in the living room of the home, which was bedecked with bright J'tllow chrysanthemums. Harmonizing arrangements of the flowers were placed about (.he adjoining sunrcom. Mi's. Blan Heath was high score winner and Mrs. Wallace Hake, second high In the bridge, game. Country Club Party fetes Anne Pride An afternoon of party games at the Country Club entertained the 30 small guests attending the party complimenting the third birthday of Anne Pride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe P. Pride. Jr.. Wednesday. The ballroom of the club was the selling for Ihe varied games and contests after which birthday cake and ice cream were served on the svmporch. Frilled paper hats and party horns marked each child's place at the long table. Anne was presented with miscellaneous gifts from the guests. Eighteen mothers were included In the guest list. Assisting Mrs. Pride, was Mrs. Pride. Sr., grandmother of the guest of honor, Mrs. Jjj A. Tant. Mrs. Max Usrey and -W&)!>. Joe Waddy. Bridge Club, Guests Have Country Club Meeting Three guests were Invited to meet with members , of the Thursday Club yesterday at the Country Club for the weekly luncheon «nd bridge. Mrs. W. D. Chamblin, Mrs. Harry Kirby and Mrs. F. E. Black were club guests. Fall flowers were arranged around the club room In .which the 1 pm affair was held. ' Mr«. Black won high score In the bridge game, with Mrs. Kirby winning second high. Two Guests Are Invited To Meet With Bridge Club 'Two'guests met at the Harry W. Haines home yesterday with members of the Mid-Week Club for the weekly luncheon-bridge. Red rase. 1 ! filled a low-bowl topping the dining table from which luncheon was served the club and guests. Mrs. . Jfoyd Stickmon and Mrs. Charles TJrigger, Jr. Bud vases filled with roses were •paced about the entertaining room In which bridge was played following luncheon. High score prize was won by Mrs. Cecil Shane, with second high go- Ini to Mrs. Crigger. Rosebuds Top Tables At Kibitzer Meeting . Yellow rosebuds topped each of the tables set up for members of the Kibitzer club and two guests yesterday at the Harry A. Haine.5 home. Guests meeting with the club] were. Mrs. E. M. Terry, Jr., and Mrs. James M. Williams, Jr. Stressing the yellow color theme were the chrysanthemums arrang- frt in vase.s about the entertaining room. roll owing a dessert course ,lhe afternoon was spent in bridge, with Mrs. Terry winning high score and Mrs. Don Chamblin second high and bridgo. THREE TO EIGHT 'ui Thcre are 82 »»»Hated United Na- jjns Educational, Scientific and cultural Organizations and 30 student and youth UNESCO clubs in Japan. STABBING NEURITIS PAIN EASED FAST!* . fast relief it riven tro of arthritis, rheumati . local tvpcrficial piim . n*uritin,l>ijrjitut BCS- ' iwnL- t«r «rhw Mnd PRIRB of simplfl eoWa. SURIN in litAnil ne-T— MrnMtion»11 H i» baivH upon • npw application of * principle. SUFUN conlAlrxA a powrrfnl mtviorn wwnrch rfrue |M( dilAtcsiurfiire Mood v«^c^ *hen ap r li*rf w^*rf local pain i* pnvent, SURIN workn2 ways f n by LncrwiD* Irtcal blood ,iupply (.2) (tcl5 fA«trr action by SURIN's «el(.ct«l » na l- fttic *nj rtlaxitifr «(rn[^. \Vh«n you apply StriUN you fwl AD cAtmx warmth. Thrn fol* |n^» joyful relief haijnr 1 to 3 or mr>re >iourx. trea!* the p^in *t th« point of P <,in. r Absolut*, temporary MEef fctt L'.MFp. dp pcndahl?. No internal rfosinK it locally. SUItlX is newl Cnlikt old- fwhione(J ointment* and liniment*! HMA n«w crwroy-wKil*. smooth oltitnarnt !>*»«. E*^tly • pplird nnd n-ashrd o(f. T>or» nol stuin w»«h- • hlc fAbrirs. Money blck it your diii^gist if rot Mtu>Fi«d. •,SWff/iV in nnt inter.M n* n turf or trrniwnt rfnt-xe ttt.ifc.ttt. It if if) t* ,,*** ,, n iy for Krr. , porary rrliff ol hf-^t lupcJ-Acio/ ptffrt. CET MIN Ur SVRfNt WOODS DRUG STORE By Sue Burnett This delightful two plecer is certain to please girls of three to eight years. Simple sewing with the flared skirt attached to an underwaist for comfort. Why not make it a tl»y printed taffeta? ^attern No. 9640 Is a sew-rite perforated pattern for slze s 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 years. Size 4. 2 yards of 35 or 39-inch; underwaist % "ard. Por 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 Quincy Street, Chicago 6, III. Send 25 cents today' for the 'new Fall and Winter FASHION. This latest issue Is filled with news and styles for a smart winter wardrobe- Interesting fealures; free gift pattern printed Inside the book. Chrysanthemums Decorate For Dessert Rook Crystal vases filled with scarlet chrysanthemums decorated the entertaining room of the Leon Scherer home yesterday lor the weekly des Club. rW> ° ° 1) ' ur5 * 1: In the game, Mrs. T. O. Kucy won high score. Mrs. George Saliba, jr second high and Mrs. Don Whitney rooko. Winners Are Revealed For Weekly Bridge Club Mrs. c. P. Tucker w« high score winner and Mrs. Marvin Nunn, second high yesterday at the weekly bridge game of the Octette Club The country home of Mrs. .!. c. Ellis was the setting for the affair. Small tables were spaced about » room of the home lor the occasion. Potted plants and bo«-ls filled with roses provided » floral background. Mrs. Ellis served refreshment Mrs. Bradberry Named Champion Home Gardener Mrs. otto Bradberry. a Lost Can Home Demonstration Club membci has been selected as the chamnlo Bardenor In her community. Mrs Bradberry was named for the hono no t the conclusion of a garden con *sl sponsored by tlae Home Dem Jnstralion Clubs. Gardens of various club member have been inspected at interval through the year, with the final sur ycy being made by Mrs. Gertrude B Holiman, Home Demonstration Agent, In late October Although Mrs. Bradberry makes er home alone, her cupboard' I Hways filled with supplies from he larden. Included hi the product! ire: butterbeans, carrots boots wcet peppers, hot peppers, egs tomatoes, radishes, and lettuce. Program Given For Junior RA Edward Edmondson, Michael Eliott, Marvin Elliott and carl Patterson participated on the program, "is There a Doctor In the House?" presented for the seven members and three new members )f the Armorel Junior Royal Ambassadors, yesterday. The meeting was held at the Baptist Church. Plans for Focus Week were made after which the meeting was ad- ourned with the HA benediction. Comino Events Social Calendar Kick-off coffee" for volunteer workers for sale of Tuberculosis eals at 2:30 p.m. at the First Methodist Church. Varied Stories Will Be Heard Mrs. ,7. E. Beasley will begin the umor Service Auxiliary Story Hour n the morning at the Blytheville library with the story "Molly's Sur- rise." The first hour, with its new Ime of 9, a.m. is designed for chil- rcn of the first, second and third rsdcs. Concluding the hour will be he story, "Mitty on Mr. Syrup's "arm." "The Light Princess" from the 3hildrcn's Classics will begin the econd hour .at 10 a.m. arranged for he school child of the fourth, fifth nri sixth grades. Mrs. James c. Guard will be the story teller. Similar programs are planned by he Auxiliary for each Saturday ,„,.„,..„ At The Hospitals Bljlheville Hospital Dismissed: Patsy Jones, Cooler. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Everett Collier, City. Mrs. Beatrice Richards, Caruth- ersvilte. ' Mrs. Lucille Ferguson and baby City. J. C. Dobbs, Dell. Mrs. E. B. Stokes, Osceola George M. Williams, Route 4. Bits of News Robert Alton Porter, jr., Is tl name'which has been selected fo the son born yesterday afternoon a Walls Hospital to Mr. and Mrs."Rob «t A. Porter. He Is (heir sccon child, they have a daughter, Jud Lynn. Mrs. Porter Is the forme Miss Mai-Ilia Ann Lynch, daugh tor of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch. W. L. Horncr, W. J. Pollard. E B Woodson, James Oates, Chcsle Catrtwell, Rodney L. Banister, Jess Taylor and Chris Tompkins o Burdette left today for Nashvil) to attend the Louisiana stale Unl vci'islly-vandcrbllt football game to morrow. Mr. and Mrs, Henry Hoyt o I.eachville announce the birth o (heir second child, a daughter, vir glnla Ann, Nov. 3 in Memphis Meth odlst Hospital. They have anothc daughter, Lou. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Campbell ar spending the weekend in Pine Bluff Mrs. Jamrs T. Brackln was re turned to her home yesterday nfter icon from Memphis Baptist Kospi tal where she had gone for a check "P. Mrs. W. L. Horncr spent yesterday in Lcachville as guest of Mr and Mrs. Henry Hoyt and family. Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Blackwell o Stcele announce the birth of theii first child, a daughter, Nov. 8 a Walls Hospital. She has been named Phylis Gyone. Mrs. Blackwell is the former Miss Gyone Erhardt of Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Powell of Sikcston, Mo., formerly of Blythe- •illc, announce the birth of their hird child, a daughter, Peggy Gall Saturday In a' Sikeston hospital They have two other children, Larrj and Dorothy Lee. Mrs. Powell Is the former Miss Laverne Norton. Mrs. Don Estes nnd Mrs. Russel! ?cllman of Flint, Mich., and Mrs Honwr Bcntley of Lanshurg, Mich, returned today to their homes after laving been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. L.- E. Gay and daughter, Lou Jllcn. They came especially for Mrs Sstes' daughter. Doana, who had jeen visiting here with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Gay. Mrs. Bill ocurin and daughter Sarah Kay, left by plane this morn- ng for Roswell, N. M., to join Mr ""reiirin to make their home. Merry Nell Lane and Kay Smith will be the weekend guest* of Mar lyn Merhele of Caruthersvllle. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Klnney re urned Monday night from Memphis where they had been with Mrs. Kinney's son, Elliott Lambert who underwent surgery at the. St. Joseph Hospital Friday. His condi- ipn is reported as improved. He will possibly be returned to his home his weekend. Mrs. Adolph -Helnicke 'and Mrs. '. Wade Jefferies are visiting in Houston. Tex., as guests of their isler, Mrs. Frank Tomlinson and amily. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Jolley rrived Wednesday from Detroit, Icih., to spend several days as ucsts of Mr. Jolley's mother. Mrs. "•rank Jolley and other relatives. Miss Mary Lynn Bean nnd Doris Jean left at noon today for Fay- tteville to attend the homecoming ctivities at the University of Aransas. Mr. and Mrs. James England an- ounce the birth of a daughter yes- erday afternoon at Walls Hospital, she Is their first child and has not icon named. Mrs. England Is the ormer Miss Lorene Ross, daughter f Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ross. Technical Sergeant and Mrs. Voodrow Newman and children, itnnttti liti M The fashion of wearing cravats was brought to a sudden end by nKen M , trie French Revolution from 1789- bui u ''"= 1799. Wearing of a cravat was suf-! ^ t «='<" 1 ficient to make one be suspected of; J being an aristocrat. •In irahd n - lired le«Iin» m,y «,„,« j low Wood count. S.S.S. I li ««k«<i. quit« "'- h '<f It. fiody rstl blood— S.S.S. Tkt fanrtu lm\t ITIRED —.m- **•*•*•• RUNDOWI — .Um,i- WHERE'S THE FIRE? NO FIRE! WE'RE GOING" TO SEE THE NEW 1951 STUDEBAKER! "Your Friendly Studebaker Dealer" Chamblin Sales Co. Railroad Dial 6898 FRIDAY, NOVEJIBOT' 10, 11 Silk Taffeta Is Fine for Gay Party Dresses •* "•^^^••i ^ ^ imiilr-, has latlice'ynke curving llghl-j is of ball fringe at (he sleeveiin*J 'rankle nnd Woody, of Riverside "alif., have arrived v for a twentj lay visit as guests of Sgt. Newman's nothcr, -Mrs. Fanny Harris, anc ilrs. Newman's mother. Mrs. Lee iloorc and daughter, Ellen, of Hcr- nondale, Mo. While here they will ilso be the guests of olher relative; mrt friends. Charles Slromlre, Jr., and Clarence Gcan have returned from Pon- fac, Mich., where they spent a month. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Van Cleave jnd daughter, Tarsa Gay, will spend he weekend in Jonesboro as guests if relatives. Miss Virginia Bowen left today for Cardwell, Mo., to attend weekend activities at the Cardwell High School where she is a faculty mem Mrs. B. B. Wilson spent last week n Medina, Tenn., us guest of Mrs 1. B. Turner. While In Tennessee »Irs. Wilson was also the guest nf her brolher, Tom A. Tinnln and Ister, Mrs. Cecil Rainey of Linden, Tenn. Mrs. Wilson had been altend- ng a course at Arkansas State Col- ege. Jonesboro, which tnded last weekend. , . Mrs. A. o. Buccl and son, Steven. f Riverside, Rhode Island, are the uests of Mrs. Bllcci's mother, Mrs. Blanche Somers. Mrs. Buccl U the ormer Miss Joyce Somers. Museum Gets Old Tray TORONTO '.TV-A tray fashioned rom silverplate that, once belonged o Maj. Gen. James Wolfe,, who apturcd Canada from , the. French - 1759, has been presented, to the oyal Ontario Museum. It was com- lissloned In 1836 by Gen. Wolfe's cphew. who had Inherited part ' the general's sliver. Since some f the pieces were In need of re- air and others were not'in use at «the time, the nephew decided Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. Ill Nov. 10. WV-CUSDA)—Hogs 6,500 barrows and gilts steady to tei cents lower than Thursday's aver "Re; sows weak to mostly as lower bulk good and choice 190-270 11 barrows and gilts 18.65-75; prac ii« n p !8 ' 76 mos "V 'or weight 210 Ibis down; several lots 1TO-28C Ibs 18.75-10.00; most 140-160 Ib 17.25-1B.SO; few 110-130 Ib. 16.75 ".00; good and choice sows 400 Ib down 17.00-75: few 18.00; henvle sows 18.75-16.50; slags 12.&0-1500 boars 10.00-13.50. Cattle BOO; calves 500; not enough steers offered lo warrant mention trading ilow and weak on cows to have Ihem all melted and mndi Into a single piece thai would com memorate the general's victory on the plains of Abraham, Angier Concert! ' CORO HISPANICO . de MAJORCA Internationally Famous Spanlnh Chorun-^FIr.i American Tour. Colorful costonv. . Folk Danced Nov 3 :.10 Nov. 12 3:30 p.m. Prices: 1.1.60, HM, $2.49, j] H g Student jroup*. ol t>n w mor« on« half re»ul»r prleM. Box BfTlce, Terry-Hull Piano C«i. 64 S. Second Memphi«, Tenn. 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