The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 20, 1950 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, November 20, 1950
Page 3
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JTONDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1D50 BLYTHEVTLT.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Mrs. Ann Holt Married To Mine F. Dover, Jr. Mrs. Ann Holt was married Prl- lay at 6:30 p.m. at the First, Baptist urch to Mino P. Dover, Jr. Mrs. [olt Is tlie daughter of Mrs. S. P. Lee ot BJyUievllle. Mr. Doi-er's Parent-:, Mr. and Mrs. Mino F. Dover, make their home In Para- "rauld. The Rev. D. B. Blcdsoe officiated «t (lie double ring exchange. Mrs. H. L. Halsell, jr., attended »s matron of honor. She wore a red tailored suit and a corsage of cream shaded rosebuds. A teal blue wool suit was selected by Mrs. Holt for her marriage. She wore black accessories and pinned a single white orchid at her shoulder. H. I,. Halsell, Jr., served as best roan. Following a wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. Dover will return (a Bly- thei-ille to make their home at 53G Parkway. Mrs. Dover is secretary to the pcrsonel director of Ark-Mo Power Company. Mr. Hover Is connected with the Employment Security Division. Mrs. Mary Jane Berry Marks 92nd Birthday Well on the way to achieving the goal of being 100 years of age is Mrs. Mary Jane Berry who Saturday marked her 92nd birthday Mrs. Derry observed the day with a get- together for 20 children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren at the home of a daughter, Mrs. A. C. r, with whom she makes her . •' v Following a buffet dinner the afternoon was spent informally by the group. 35th Consecutive Supper Planned According to the little "brown book, on Nov. 21, 1950 the women of the Promised Land Methodist Church will serve the annual Harvest Supper for the 35th consecutive year. The brown' book,' which is the record book, states -that the first supper was held in 1015 with Mrs. Lou Hill and the late Mrs Wiley McGaughey originating tlie Idea. , Supper will be served from 5 to B p.m. i Proceeds will be used for a heat- Ing system for the church. „ ONE YARD APRON By Sue Burnett Delightfully easy to sew, and requiring a minimum of fabric, this handy bib apron will fill 'an important spot in your apron wardrobe. Trim with colorful ric rac. use scraps for the tulip shaped pocket. Pattern No. 8602 is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes 34 as. 38, 40, 42, 44. 46 and 48. Size 30 1 yard 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 Quincy Street. Chicago 6. 111. Ready for you now—the new Fall and Winter issue of FASHION 48 pages of smart new styles, special Interesting features, free pattern printed inside. Send 25 cents today for your copy. —I'holo by A. K. Clark WILSON QUEEN — Miss Helen liarnden was crowned as 1950 football queen of Wilson Hfeii School at Wilson's homecoming game with Burdettc Thursday night. At left is Jimmy Bowen, a crown bearer. Coming Events Social Calendar Monday Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester and Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Barkei entertaining Past Matrons and Patrons witli potluck supper at the Sylvester home at 7 pjn. Lake Street WSCS meets at 1 p.m. Tiii'sdaj Maple Grove Cemetery Association meets with Mrs. John Durham at 2:30 p.m. at the J. D. Davis home, 404 B. Kentucky. Mrs. James Terry entertaining Tri-Town Club. La Petite plays bridge at w. P. McDaniel home. Mrs. A. B. Reese hostess to Town and Country Club. American Legion R nd Auxiliary has box supper at the Hut at 7:30 P.-tt '.', . M yA . ••• .Country 'Club Duplicate Bridge League has 7:30 p.m. meeting at the Country club. Wednesday Mrs. Aubrey Conway 'and Mrs. C. S. Stevens entertaining chapter "D" of PEO with n 1 p.m. luncheon at. the Conway home. ; Mrs. Paul Lloyd hostess to High Two Club . Mrs. William Lambert entertaining TLE Club. CIB Club plays at Richard T. Mills home. Mrs. Albert Taylor Thursday Luncheon Club hostess. Delphian Society has 10 a. m. meeting nt Hotel Noble. Mrs. W. J. Pollard entertaining Wednesday Club. Mrs. Neville Blakemore has 1 p.m. luncheon honoring Thursday Rook Club. Mrs. Sam Macre and Mrs. T. E. Drugmand entertaining Twin Table Club . Thursday THANKSGIVING DAY Mrs. C. W. Garrigan entertaining Friday Contract Club. Al The HosDitals Hljlhciille Hospital Mrs. Kenneth Byrd. City Mrs. w. J. Badgers, City. Mrs. W. D. Mcslcy and baby. City. John Mayes, City. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. T. R. Goss, and baby. Caruthersville. Mrs. J. D. Mick and baby, City Mrs. C. H. Wyatt and twins. City. Mrs. GcralrUnc Elliott and baby. City. Mrs. Helen L. Meadows. City. Bouble Jean Boycn. Manila Mrs. C. B. C. Crow?, nnd bany. Miiniln. Nelson Wilson. Dell. Mrs. Betty Fiilks aud baby, city. Mrs. C. J. Beans ,Rt. 1. Bobby McDermott.' City. Pierce, Steele " Mrs. J. R. Travis and baby. City Mrs. Ada Croxton .City. Mrs. Raymond Roy and baby City. Freeman Siper. City. Mrs .H. L Huckb'ce and baby Steele. Bits of News m atf / D t IrlOjilti I crdottal L__ ' Mrs. Paul Burks has been removed from Campbell's Clinic, Mem- Phis to her home at Mio W. Ash Her condition is reported as improved. Mr. nnd Mrs. Carl Bryant of Memphis were the Sunday guests of ,\trs. Bryant's parents, Air, and Mrs. B. s. Shelton. Mr. ant! Mrs. Gene Bunn announce the birth of their 'first rliild, a daughter, Friday at Walls Ho-pitai. She has been named Brenda Joyce. Mrs. Bunn is the former Miss Betty Ball. Among the 13 men initiated recently Into the University of Ark- chapter of Sigma Chi fra- tcinity was Graham Partlow son of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Partlow of Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Clark of Birmingham, Ala., were the weekend guests 01 Mr. and Mrs. Walter Clark and family. Mr. and Airs. Elhridge Bennett of Tampa, Fla., announce the birth of their second child a son, Friday night in Tampa. Tliey have a daughter, Karen. Mrs. Bennett Is the former Miss Mary Jo Newcomb of Blytheville. Mrs. Charles Newcomb left yesterday morning for Tampa to be with her daughter and family. Mrs. Charles Rose nnd Mrs. R. H. Kiiby were in Osceoln yesterday lor the luneral services of Mrs. Male Jackson. Mrs. Jackson was killed ~~ Ulay night in an automobile accident. T/Sgt. Rudy Vrska has returned to his base at Smyrna, Tcnn,, after having been the weekend guest of Mrs. Vrska and family. J. A. Leech'returned last night from a five weeks visit in California anil other points of interest. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barker of St. Louis were the weekend guests o' Mr. Barker's mother, Mrs. A C. Barker and family. Condition of Herman Cross who underwent surgery at Memphis Baptist Hospital Thursday Is reported as satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mahon returned last night from Jonesboro where they were called due to the serious illness of Mr. Malion's father, C. B. Mahon. Mr. Mahon is a patient at St. Bernard's Hospital, Jonesboro, Mrs. J. B. Stith of Kansas City Mo.; arrived this morning to visit as guest of Miss Virginia Sivearen- gen and her parents, Mr. and Mrs K. N. Swearcngen, Sr. Mrs. Stith and Miss Swearengen will leave later this week for Dayton, o., to spend the Thanksgiving holidays with Mrs. Stith's son, Lloyd Stith, who is serving with the Air Force! He is stationed at Wright Field in Dayton. .Mrs. Martha Clark Foley h,, 0 been admitted to Memphis Baptist Hospital. Her condition is reported . as improved. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mahon are now at home at their new residence at 119 W.KcntUcky. They formerly resided nt 126 W. Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. King LnFerney, who formerly made their'home at 119 Kentucky, are now at home at their recently completed residence on Walker Drive in the Logan-Wright Addition. Mr. and Mrs. James Jordon are now at home at 126 w. Kentucky. They formerly made their home at 412 N. First. Condition of Mrs. W. j. "ledgers who is now at her home at 813 Lilly after having been a patient at the Blythevilic Hospital is reported as satisfactory. Wrs. Fred Bean, Misses Mary Lynn, Doris and Martha Ann Bean Gall Whltsitt and Ann Bright spent Saturday in Memphis. John B. Mayes, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Mayes, was removed to his home on Dottgan Saturday af- terncon after having undergone a tonsilcctomy at the Blytheville Hospital Friday. His condition Is reported as satisfactory. Mrs. R. B. Logan and son, Ricky of Charleston, Mo., were the weekend guests of Mr. Logan's parents. Mr. and Mrs. o. W. McCutclien. Mrs. Grover Myers of Piggott has arrived to visit as guest of her (laughter, Mrs. Gene Bradley and HOLLAND KINGS ANl> QUKKNS-Shown niday night following then clownin, at te Holhm.l to fi T T "* the k " 18S "^ qUCU " S ° f Weh KlmA - Jlmior "**> -'-o' «nd elementary school" ^ to r igl H, ta ck row are Billy Ken.ey, „,„,-„- Junior high; nay Nunnery, Mag of high «,„„, n "y Payne, king of grade school. Front row royalty is Icll to right, Wadine Channel .ueen of junior high- j n" Teen Club Set Up By Del I School Class The Teen Club, a project of the senior social relations class of Dell School, had its initial meeting Friday night at the Dell club house, with approximately 50 teen agers attending . The class nils set up charter rules of membership for the organisation, which will meet each Saturday night. The club is open lo all high school students. Officers for the organization arc. Johnny Payne, president; '.Prank Baughman, vice president; Jcanette Henderson, secretary; Margie Alexander, treasurer and Martha ycl- and Mrs. George Pollock, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Williams, Jr., Max Harrison and Edscl Harber were among the Blyjheville residents attending the SMU-University of Arkansas football game Saturday in Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Chnrlie Johnson nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Donald Hearn and son, all "of Jonesboro, were the weekend guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Riley ; Adams. Condition or Mrs. Dan Stout who underwent surgery this weekend at Memphis Baptist Hospital, is reported as satisfactory. Charles "Huff" Lvites of Blytheville joined Miss Kathcrine Martin, Miss Shirley King and K. B. Gee, Jr., Saturday In Little Rock for the SMU-Ullivcrsity of Arkansas football game. Miss Martin, Miss King and Mr. Gee. all Blytheville residents, are freshmen at the Lacy Purse f.aey evening: purse, ~vell- cquinpect for mitl-cvcning re ncwal of glamor, adds feminine touch to formal gown. .yerton, reporter, i.- > ; Activities planned' for the students are ping pong, darts, checkers, ciinasta, jtike box and various other games and forms of entertainment. University. Mr. and Quick Relief for HURTS of RHEUMATISM, SCIATICA ARTHRITIS, LUMBAGO L.SIMPLE NEURALGIA. Ethiopia Plans Road Re-Building Program ADDIS .ABABI1 (/T, _ Emperor Hailc Selnrslo now plans a major repair program for Ethiopia's highways. Mussolini built more llian 2.000 miles of sufrnccil roads in Ethiopia, at an estimated cost of $300,000,000. Some of the highways cost ns much as $-50,000 a mlcl, because of extremely difficult terrain. More than 60.0000 Italian laborers at one time were engaged in the great icid program. The prlne achievement was a 700 mile road from Addis Ababa to Asmara in thcn- ftalian-held Eritrea. Passing through some of the most formidable parts of Africa, this rond ranks among the greatest roadbiillcling achievements in the world, n crosses deserts and 10,000 feet high mountains. . Ethiopia has asked the international Bank of Reconstruction and Development for financial help on the road program. Horseshoes date back to 500 B.C., when thin iron shoes were used. Mrs. Ed Stewart nnd \ "raft" pams?'t a" e Up™ ftondeTfui I C.2223 made to a medically-approved i formula, has given fast pain relief to | thousands, c-2223 contains famous beneficial herb "Black Snake-Roof and It's Iodized to activate Salicylatc action for better, ijmre effective pain re her. Price of first bottle back if not en Us tied. Don't delay—txxjny. BO to Die drug slorc and be sure to Bet C-222], children of Jonesboro. Mr. and Mrs. Horace S of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. E .Halselt and family. Charles L. 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(AP) — (USDA)-Uogs 14.500; sows 25 higher; 170-100 Ibs 18.35-50; occusional sales 200 Ibs upward 18.50; bulk 200-240 Ibs 182535; 240-270 Ibs 18.00-25; 150-110 Ibs 17.50-18.50; sows 400 Ibs clown largely 10.50-17.50; heavier sows 15.5016.25; slass and hours 50 lower; slugs mostly 12,00-14.50; boars 8.50- 13.00. Cattle 4500; calve* 1100; few jteer sale.f high medium to low good about steady at 28.00-30.00; lightweight yearlings and lieKers fully toady; lew good 29.50-:)0.00; me- luin largely 2500-28,00; most com- lon and medium beef cows 19751,50; few low good 22.00; cannon nd cutters largely 1550-1950; helly dinners 14.00 down; most icdltini and good bulls 24.00-25.50; utter and common 20.00-23.00. Wonder when Baby catches a Croupy Coil Iron coughs, stuffiness with every breath! ll's easy! Use f.imous Vicks VapoHub this specuii why — in steam. H brings relief in a hucry! Put 2 good . spoonfuls o[ VapoHub in a vaporizer or bowl of boiling water as directed in paekuge. 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