The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 30, 1950 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 30, 1950
Page 4
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PACK FOUR BLYTHKV1LLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1950 Society Jane Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 sta Lambda Club Plans aster Dance at Meeting r Alpha Delta Chapter Mrs. Luttrell To Head : Plans were discussed for an East-: .ft dance to be given at the Cedars 'club, last night at the bi-monthly 'meeting of the Beta Lambda Club. 'Mrs. Fred Sallba was hostess at : her home oh Kentucky to 25 members of the group. .' Mrs. (Andrew Moses, president, 'appointed committee chairmen for '.the dance. Those selected were Miss COlga Koury of Steele, program; •Mrs. Jack Saliba, publicity; Mrs. VFred, Sallba, social; Miss Adobe •Saliba, membership; and Miss Sally Saliba, ways and means. * Immediately following the busl- jness session the group spent the rc- jirratnder of the .evening in bridge ^and canasta gRine.s.-Indlvkhial tables ;'were arranged throughout the home, Vhlch was decorated in keeping with the Easter motif. Colorful .'wicker baskets, holding dyed Easter I eggs, topped the dining table and j tables Ihroughout. the home. Bowls J filled with gladioli were jet at in' tervals in the rooms. , During : the 'evening the hostess ^served a salad course nnd coffee. • Eleven Guests Meet With .Tri-Town Bridge Club * Eleven guests were entertained -Tuesday afternoon with members of .the Tri-Town Club when Mrs. Gar• Vard Caudill was hostess for the $ weekly club meeting. A dining room ", of-. : the Razarback was the setting i for 'the spring theme party. Clus; ters of . assorted spring flowers t "adorned the tallies used during the • afternoon. Colorful spring shades '• were repeated in the wrappings of ;:the gifts presented.the bridge wln- = ners , Immediately following the dessert V course, .bridge was played with Mrs. 5 Gene Teaford winning high score, ' fr Mrs. Monroe Grain second high, 3 Mrs. Max Logan third and Mrs. W. f-T. Rainwater bridgo. * * - * .* * ) Mrs. Besharse Joins ! High Two Bridge Club The High Two Club and one new ; member, Mrs. Hershel Besharse, 'rend one guest, Mrs.-Boyce Moore, * met last night at the home of Mrs. , Forrest Moore for the bi-monthly * dessert bridge. J Crystal, bowls, holding, scarlet i gladioli and Jonquils, were placed In • the room in which the guests spent j the evening in bridge. High, score . Was won by Mrs. W. H. Hutson, scc- > end high by Mrs. Paul Lloyd. ! Alpha Beta Qub'Meets; Mrs. Martin Is Guest i -Mrs. Carl Martin was g'uest with .the Alpha Beta Bunco Club when ( Mrs. Jack Halatead 'complimented , the group at the Jack Marsh home ; last night for the weekly bunco dessert. ] Giant Jonquils, arranged against ; bis, adorned the room In which the .- club and guest spent the evening . In bunco, with Mrs. Martin as high - score winner. Mrs. Bill Taylor won ' low ancTMrs. Cecil trim bunco. Mrs. Maurice Lutlrell was elected president of the Alpha Delta Chapter of Heta Sigma Phi sorority yesterday nt a call meeting at the home of the retiring president, Mrs. T. II. Caraway. Other officers elected by the group -were Mrs, Bill Sisler, vice- president; Mis. Frank Steadman. recording secretary; Mrs. B. F. Scott, corresponding secretary; and Mrs. Joe P. Davis, treasurer. Mrs. nick Waton and Mrs. Andrew Moses were selected as representatives to the City Council of Beta Sigma Phi. During the business session, final plans were made for the .ritual of jewels and pledging ceremony to be held at the W. C. Higglnron home, on Chlckasawba, Friday night. This ceremony will be held jointly with the Alpha Alpha Chapter. t * « Wednesday Club Feted With Luncheon-Bridge Panstes and dainty hyacinths; set In a crystal bowl, topped the table nt which the Wednesday Club was seated yesterday for the luncheon-bridge meeting. Mrs. C. A Cunningham was hostess at her home on ITcarn for the affair. Immediately following luncheon, the remainder of the afternoon was spent In bridge In which Mrs. E. J. Cure won high score nnd Mrs. W. J. Wundcrllch. second high. Arrangements of gladioli, interspersed with hyacinth blossoms, adorned the entertaining rooms of !lic Cunningham home. » '• • Club Eight, Guest Meet In Otto Scrape Home Club Eight and one guest, Mrs. S. C. .Owens, met yesterday at the Otto Scrape home lor the weekly dessert bridge. Jonquils and tulips; set ln x a low crystal vase, 'adorned the entertaining room In which the after noon was spent in bridge. M: •. Scrape won high score. Mrs. H. G. Partlow second high and Mrs. Chnrlcs C. Langston bridgo. • » • Mrs. Sykes Is Guest With TIE Club Members Mrs. Robert Wcldman won high and Mrs. Sam Sykes second and bridge, Tuesday night at the meet- of the TLE Club. Mrs. Otto Scrape entertained the club and one guest, Mrs. Sykes, at her home. Jonquils and tulips, floating in n crystal bowl, added a spring touch to the scene. Preceding the game, the hostess served a dessert course. Easter Egg Hunt To Be Given Children of the members of the Blytlievllle Country club will receive a double' portion of the Easter bunny's gaily colored eggs this BROTHER-SISTER By Sue Burnett It's fun to dress the younger family members In matching togs, and these simple to sew oiilfils are particularly appealing, sister has a Bny flower applique nnd brief panties; short or long overalls are suitable for a boy or girl. Pattern No. 8552 Is a sew-rite perforated pattern for sizes 2, 3, 4. 5, 6 and 8 years. Size 3, dress. 1& yards; short overalls, 1 yard; lony overalls, 1% yards. Send 25 cents now for the Spring ami Summer FASHION. 48 pages of new styles,' fabric news, special features. Free pattern printed Inside the book. For this pattern, send 25 cents, In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News. 530 South Wells Street, Chicago 1 111. ,'•'" Send 25 cents now for the Spring and Summer FASHION. 48 pages of new styles, fabric news, special features. Free pattern printed Inside the book. Serving hearts of lettuce for a dinner snlad? Add a little catchup and swet pickle relish to mayonnaise for the dressing. , year. An Easter; egg \ hunt at the club will be' held. Easter Sunda; from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. The hunt, which will be for chll dren ten years and younger, will be divided-into age groups. PrizeYl'for- the children who fim the most eggs and also for the gold en egg 'will be presented. Hules for the affair will be an nounccd later. NICKEL SAVER Auzzia Henry • Grocery Manager STORE 309 North 6th Hiway 61 Joe Strickland • Meat Market Manager Nickels In Your Pocket At These Prices Tenderized smoked Lean, tender i^lil b. 380 Good quality K. C. beef ROUND STEAK lb. Good qualify K. C. CLUB STEAK Good quality. K. C. BEEF ROAST lb. Sugar cured BACON SKINS ,., Tor an economical meal BEEF RIB STEW ....„, 390 Lady Finger HLSH CARROTS , h 5d 3 Ib3 100 Fresh green Fresh SWEET TO WOES 3 , bs 250 Bright & Early, vac-pac COFFEE Limit l..Lb. 690 Domino pure SANESUGflR IQ lb> 890 Sunshine CRACKERS . Lb . 250 Fine washing powder ta te 220 Jiud red corn SYRUP '/2-gal. 390 Fresh large COUNTRY EGGS .. doz. 340 Famous PET MILK 3 T i350 Bits o News Condition of Jesscc Stitt, former- of Blytlievllle and now of Car- ondale, III., who has been 111 for veral days In Blytlievllle Hospital, very serious. Mrs. Stitt is here : the guest of Mrs. Crawford Noble. Dan and Chester Caldwell, Jr.. udcnts at Duke University, Dur- ini, N.C., are .spending the spring olidays here as guests of their arcnts, Mr. antl Mrs. Caldwell, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. David Qcalln of :emphls are spending several days i Blytlievllle as guests of Mr. and ;rs. Bill Lewis and family. W. it. Homer, Jr., will arrive this cekend from Washington and Lee. cxlngton, Va., where he Is a stu- ent, to spend the Easter holidays 1th his parents, Mr. and Mrs orncr, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. J. Cecil'Lowe and n, Jerry, left today for St. Louis here they will attend the annual irlng concert of the Washington nivcrsity Band of which their on and brother, Jimmy, Is a mcm- cr. The concert will be tonight nt rnham Chapel. Jimmy will return nine with the family tomorrow tirht for a week's sprint; vacation. T. I. Seay left Tuesday for Nor- ilk Lake for several dnys visit. Miss Elolso and Luella Barnes, ft Memphis yesterday by piano >r Havana, Cuba, where they will >end the weekend. Miss Lnella arnes was motored to Memphis esterday by her mother, Mrs. T Barnes, where she Joined her ster, who Is a stewardess with the nlcago and Southern Air Lines hey atlended a luncheon honoring llss Barnes and five other stcw- rdesses feting their graduation •om the stewardess school They ft immediately following for Ha- ann. Miss Mildred Rhoadcs, daughter f Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Rhoades, formerly of 'he acumen Community, ow of Forrest-City, was initiated nto the Junior National Honor Soety. March 24th at the Forrest ity High School. Miss Rhoades and he other students Initiated Into the oclety were honored wltli a reccp- on immediately following. Dr. J. F. Browison Is undergoing rcatmcnt for several days at Mem- hls Bantist Hospital. Drs. Carl and Edna Nlcs left to- ay for Houston, Tex., to attend a atlonal Proetologlcal meeting Vhlle In Houston they will attend ost graduate courses at a Procto- ogical Hospital. They plan to return ~i several weeks. James H. Stewart, seaman ap- irentlce. TJSN, son of Mr. and Mrs. lax Stewart of Osceola, Is serving board the armed transport vessel' JSS General Butncr with the At- anllc Fleet. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn p. Ladd and amtly are vacationing in Fort. Meyers, Fla. Mrs. Jim Graf ton,- 1 Mrs. Rosco rafton and daughter. Miss Ranona Crafton who Is spending tne prlng holidays from Glllfpark Col- egc. Gulfport,,Ml's.,i;hcire with her parents and Mrs. T.^Wa'de Jeffries Coming Events Social Calendar Thumb jr Four Winds Club entertains with dance at the Jaycee Club house at 7:30 p.m. Spaghetti supper at the Legion Hut sponsored by the Flat Lake Ciub Ladles. Supper served from 5;30 to 8:30 p.m. Following meeting at Calvary Baptist Church at 7:30 p.m. Dorcas Class of Calvary Baptist Church has monthly business meeting at the Herman Mayes home on Mayes St. Mrs. W. J. Cupples hostess 'to Avalon Club. Thursday Night Club meets with Mrs. Charles McDanlels. Mrs. Grover Wren entertains the Thursday Book Club at her home in Osceola. Mrs. O. W. McCutchen hostess to the Thursday Contract Club. Mrs. Harry A. Halnes entertains the Kibitzer Club. MId-Wcek Club meets with Mrs. Aubrey Conway. Friday Lucky Rook Club meets with Mrs. Cecil Priest. Mrs. O. O. Elklns entertain? CBC Club. Young Peoples Training Union Class of Calvary Baptist meets with Mrs. L, C. Rollison at 7:30 p.m. Monthly Social Is Conducted The monthly social of the Young People's Training union class was held Tuesday night at, the L. C. Rolllson home with 12 members and two guests present. Guests were Mrs. Ada Rlioda and Dorothy Lee Rolllson. Miss Patty Graham Is a new member of the group. The group spent the evening informally in games, after which the hostess served a sandwich plate with Iced drinks. The closing prayer was given by Gerald Engjand. I At TrwHosn.-i-ls Blylhevillc Hospital Dismissed: ... Gall Heiison, Hermondale' Mo " Willie J. Williams, City. Mrs. Otto Bradberry. Manila Mrs. E. V. McLemore, city Mrs. W. S. Mick, City.' Walls Hospital Dismissed: ; Mrs. Marvin Harreli and baby Armorel. Baby Guoklon, Luxbra. F. A. Dyer. Rt. 2. Mrs. J. L. Thompson, Jr., and baby. City. 'Mrs. Ethel Laden. Steel?. To Go With Easter, Nostalgia's an Accessory A hint of the l!)20's is seen in these light, airy accessories for Ihe Easter parade. Luxurious glacier blu« fox makes the hem!ine-l«ngth stole (left) designed by Leo Kilter. Gunmetal patent lealher shines in tlie expandable handbac (top right), which has two straps fastened by gold ringlets. Glossy black patent leather shell soles of the shoes (center right) contrast with Ihe beige suede straps. Scalloped-edeed wlu'te cotton gloves (bottom right) have nayy cuff linings and navy embroidered niolifs on Ihe backs. spent yesterday In Memphis, Herbert Henderson of Nashville. Tenn.. and Louis Cherry of Little Rack have returned to Little ROCK after visiting here for several days as guests of Mr. and Mrs.-T. Waae Jcfferles. Mr. Cherry and the Jef- ferles were formerly neighbors In Little Rock. Mrs. Adolph Heinick, Mr. and Mrs. Loy Welch ar 1 Mrs. Cecil Shane spent yesterday In Memphis. Mrs. Rupert Grafton left Tuesday night for Los Angeles. Calif., to be 'with her Bister Mrs. John Loy : Biship who is" ill there. Yarbro HD Has Regular Meeting Twenty-three members of the Yarbro Home Demonstration Club and one guest, Mrs. Gertrude Holiman, home demonstration agent, met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Hildred Bunch. The meeting was opened with the group singing "Club Work" and "The Melody Song." The eye-opener, a lamp shade made of yarn thread, was shown by Mrs. L. T. Burnham, after which she read the poem, "Today." Mrs. Walter Barnes presented tho devotional. Each member answered the roll call by telling what she liked best about housework. - ,. Mrs. Elza Wheeler, president, presided over a business session during winch time plans were discussed for the highway project and new clubhouse. Mrs. Paul Abbott, home management leader, spoke on how to make housekeeping easier. Mrs. Iloliman discussed the equipment to use while housecleaning. Following the adjournment, the group spent the remainder of the afternoon in games and informal entertainment. Prizes were present- Grind Stones Still Rail After 786 Year Period MILLINGTON, Md. - (IPj— Time hasn't been able to do much more "than gnaw up a set of grinding slones at the old Millington Mill Serenely, under its seventh owner, the mill pursues_the placid business started 186 years ago when Thomas Gllphi built It with bricks imported from England. The structure has three stories, with beams roughly hewn from tree trunks, fastened with wooden pegs. One of the thick timber beams In tl>e center of the first floor ceiling shows a long gash down the side, a memento of the war of 1812. The mill was used as'a granary then and the gash was produced by overloading the second floor with grain. Ex-GI Robert O'Dell is the current owner of the vulnerable mill. O'Dell and his brother Dorn now grind out flour and corn meal for the farmers and villagers of Maryland's sedate and withdrawn Eastern Shore in much the same fashion as the generations of millers before them. ed Mrs. Milton Bunch, Mrs. Buni- ham. Mrs. James Baughman, Mrs. Jewel White and Mrs. Bob Copeland. . During the afternoon, a dessert course was served. ' ! Happy Easter News! ;1te- smart neiy sfjffes In 1 Come in and see our wide selection of styles and colors for Spring and Summer. They're good looking, sturdily built, and they wear. Each pair carefully fitted. JIEDEL'S Thieves Menace Stork CLEAN, N. Y. —(ff)— Thieves al- iost tripped up the stork here hen they siphoned soaie gasoline ut of ail ambulance. The vehicle ran drj before reach- ig the hospital. However the ex- ectant father following the ambu- nce In. his o\vn car, was able to ush it to tlie hospital. "Soy It With Flowers" Btj'fheville FLOWER MART Memphis liiwaj pione 6002 Ritz Shows Now at 'Roxy While the RIT2 THEATRE is'nn- ler construction this summer. ?yo« ;an enjoy your best pictures' at ROXY THEATRK vhere we have just instilled AIE CONDITIONING. We will run CONTINUOUS SHOWS every dij in the veck The Best in Entertainment Every Day MOVIES ARE BETTER THAN EVER Thursday & Friday If to flic Citi 1'itramount News ,v Stlcctcd Shorn Continuous Showing Everyday Roxy Shows Now at Gem The Gem Thcafre will be open TCry night mil, continuous shawm on Saturday and Sundaj ,&• Thursday & Friday (DOUBLE FEATURE)

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