The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 10, 1949 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 10, 1949
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VAOB FOUR BLYTHEVTLLE <ARK.) COURlEn NEWS , MARCH w, isw Amelia Stliba, Society Editor Girl Scouts Birthday Festival For Friday Night !D. A. C. Members Have •Meeting at Noble Hotel ; Members of the colonel John IMartln Chapter of the Daughters tof the American Colonials met yesterday noon lit Hotel Noble for i busln«*» tnd program session. I Mr*. H. W. Wylle, regent, was In [charge of tht program, and pre- isented a paper on "The Birth of 'Our Nation." She also presided ;ov«r the business session when re- : porU w>r« made by Mr»>O. W. Mo- tcutehen, treasurer, and Mrs. Ro- ']»nd Green, secretary. , Mrs. James B. Clark, slate re- igent of the organization, discussed 'plans for the state meeting to be iheld next Tuesday In Uttle Rock, 'when several Blylhcvllle members '-will be present. The local chapter tof the Daughters ol the American : Colonists will be hostess at the 'meeting In Uttle Rock, and Mrs ;Greene and Mrs. T. D. Rambo o • Memphis were named as delegate ifrcm the Blytheville group. "-• •Clark, Mrs, Wylie and Mrs. Bits of News Mostly Mrs Me iculchen will be delegates by virtu ;of their offices. , . . ;M«. McWaters Hostess ?To Charlevoix Chapter ; , The Charlevoix Chapter of the 'Daughters of the American Rev- g^i; Solution met Tuesday at the home of |] lcy •Mrs. O. L. McWaters, Jr.,.with Mrs. relatives. They *A. M. R. Branson as co-hostess, months. Sixteen members attended. ji rs James Quest speaker at the program was "o M.Buck, who chose as his subject '."Flood Control." Following the pro- 'jgram plans were discussed for the : annual conference of the state : D.A.R. to begin here tomorrow -George Pollock, Jr. was appointed •-to membership of the Sons of th 1 American Revolution Vivian Patter •son was named to be page to Mrs i James Hill, Jr.. regent of th 'Blythevllle chapter. ; Refreshments ol cookies and ice : drinks were served by the hostes [Bridge Luncheon Given 'By Mrs. Wunderlich i Mrs. Chester Caldwell was guest ; yesterday with members of the : Wednesday Club when Mrs. W. J. : Wunderlich entertained at her : home, 820 Hearn. j The dining table, at which the i luncheon was served, was cenlered •with an attractive arrangement of -Spring flowera In pastel shades In a ''. low crystal bowl. Other bouquets of I mixed flowers were used to decorate v the home. • Mrs. W. J. Pollard received high 1 »oor« in the afternoon bridge games •with Mr*. Oaldwell receiving, «ec- Mr. and Mrs. Holbrook Mulford if Oak I'ark, III., arrived last night o be the guests ol Mr. and Mrs. B. I, Lancashire for several days. Among those from Blythevllle who attended the Wayne Klnn Conceit at Ellis Auditorium in Memphis last night were Mr.s. Eunice Young. Miss Irene Crowdcr. Mrs. Bailey Tarplcy, Miss Nell Harris, Miss Mabel McOhec, W 111 a r d French, Mr. and Mrs. Loy Welch Mrs. Paul Pryor and daughter, Melba, Tom A. Little Jr., Mrs. Frances Bell, Miss Dorothy Royse. Rolaiu Bishop, Miss Barbara Chllds «n< Robert Grady. Mr. and Mia. Sidney Platt are spending several days hi Ho Springs. Cadet Don Smart, who attends Columbia Military Institute, nnbla, Tenn,, Is visiting with rel lives and friends here. He will re urn to school this weekend. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Barnes left his morning for a vacation In High Delphians Hold Study Session in Hotel Noble Mis. W. R. Campbell was tile pro ram leader lor ye*l«rday'a study >y members of the Ohlckasaw Chapter of the Delphian Society li Hotel Noljlc. The subject was: Sta Ic Dynamic and Balanced Cul ures. Discussion leaders were: Mrs Jesse M. While, and Mrs. Joh Miles Miller told of the Static Cul ure in China and India; Mrs. H. C >atton, and Mrs. J. M. Ferguson Culture In Turkey and Australia and Mis. Ocorge Hale give ex ninplcs of Dynamic Culture. Mrs, II. W. Wyllfl presided ove he bu.sinc'.ss ic.ssion and announced Mrs. Charles K. Criugcr. Jr.. as the pwriiii leader for the next meeting which will be conducted March 23 in tiic hotel. She will be assisted by Mrs. P. D. Foster, Mrs. James C. Guard. Mrs. Ray Hall, Mrs. M. b. Hughes and Mrs Matt Monnghnn. Jr. The Blyth«vllle air] Scouts will terminate their celebration of Birthday Week with their Birthday Festival at the High School Auditorium tomorow at 8 p.m. Mrs. Glenn O. Ladd, president of the BlythevUle Lone Troop Association, said today that each of tho seven troops In Blylhevllle will participate In the festival and would present a short skit and dance lor the festival program. Troop IV, led by Mrs. Lndd and Mrs. Hugh WhlUItt will start ths festival with a flag ceremony. Gailya Slillwell will be the flag bearer and the guards will be Mury Kay Crafton and Nancy Hainby. Troop XII, led by Mrs. John Caudill and Mrs. Fred Steadman will present The Brownie Story. Mrs. R. B. Stout will direct this presentation. Troop V will present Buttons nml Boys, and the leader, Mrs. Joint Miles Miller, will be assisted in direction by Mrs. J. P. Garrott. A square dance will be presented by the Lange Troop No. VI. Mrs. Kathryn Woods and Mrs. Forrest Moore will sponsor this part of tho Sudbury P. T. A. Metis For Regular Program The Sudbury Parent-Teacher Ai- soclalion met yesterday In the school auditorium for their regualr meeting and study course. Mrs, R. B. Stout was In charge of the program which preceded the meeting. Pupils of both second grades presented two musical play- Jets, "The Boy and the Billy Goat Three" and "Sleeping Beauty." Mrs. Ralph Berryman, pianist, was the director and was assisted by Miss Beatrice Hargett and Miss Elizabeth Couch.. Mrs. Stout gave the devotional and led the group in prayer, after which she read the president's message. The third lesson of the study course. "Psychology of the School Age Child" was given by Miss Rosa Hardy .assistant superintendent of the Blylhcvllle schools. She chose as her topic. "Quarrelling Amont Children." Miss Mary Hubler am Miss Winnie V. Turner gave short talks on the mime topic, Mrs. S. E. Owens, vice-president, presided over the business session in the absence of the president. The following were elected on the nominating committee for new officers: Mrs. Mark Stewart, chairman; Mrs. Striped Ribbon Tones Up Your Suit for Spring Springs and Fort Pierce, Fin., where hey will visit with friends and relatives. They plan to be gone two B. Clark returned yesterday from Anna Marie, l-'la., where she has visited lor several months. Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Mickey and children, Donald and Dunne of Steelc. Mo., were the Riicsls Tuesday ol Mr. and Mi.s. Otiio Stan- Held and family. E. H. Ford will accompany Peggy Joyce Richardson to the Cripple and UnderprlvilcdRed Children* Hospital in St. Louis today .where she will undergo treatment. Mr. Ford Is a representative ol the Klwanls Club in Blytheville, which is sending Pe:rey there lor treatment. They will be accompanied by her father. Joe Richardson. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Craflon and dallRhtcr, namona. and Mrs. T. W. Jeffcrics left this morning for visit to Gulf Port, Mlf-s., and will also visit the Bcllengrath Gardens ncnr Mobile, Ala. They plan to re- urn home Sunday. Bunco Party Is Given By Mrs. Clyde Eldriclge Mrs. Clyde Elclridae was hostess yesterday when she entertained with a bunco party at her home, 1612 Cherry. Various potted plants were used to decorate the home. In the games played, Mrs Clifford Walkins, won bunco, Mrs. Jack Mnthcany lilgli score and Mrs. Paul Human, low scars. Refreshments were served by the hostess. prn-ram. The Sudbury Troop, I. will ;Mrs. Caudill Is Hostess '.To Bridge Club, Guests '• Mrs. Roland Green and Mrs. C •L. McWaters were guests yesterday •:-wlth Town and Country Club mem !ber« when Mrs. G. O. Caudill en Uertained »t her home at 1100 West i Walnut. -. The entertaining rooms of the T home were decorated with attrac- itive arrangements of gladioli and • other Spring flowers. • High score was won by Mrs. Cor- inelius Modinger In the afternoon ; bridge games with Mrs. O. W. Mo• Cutchen winning second high. ; Refreshments were served by the ; hostess. • • * -Mrs. Daws Entertains j Blytheville Rook Club ; Jlrs. a. V. Daws was hostess ycs- • ttrday when she entertained the 1 Blytheville Rook Club at her horns '; at 9H Hcarn. • Mrs. R. A. Oope.lgiid was high ' score winner during the rook games ; with Mrs. O. O. Elkins winning sec• end high and Mrs. Roy Head, rooko. • The St. Patricks Day theme was ' carried out in the color scheme of the decorations and the dessert ; course which was served alter the : card games. •Mrs. Bohne Is Hostess Jo 1. E. W. Club Members : Mrs. Noyw Bohne was hostess, iwhen sha entertained te L. E. W 'Club members at her home ycstcr : day. During the bunco games, Mrs -Shirley Oovington received nig acore, Mrs. Roland Warrlngton, low : score and Mrs. Alvis Harris, bunco • The hostess served refreshment : oJ a dessert course. At The Hospitals Bl>-lhevlllc Hospital 31smlssed: • Mrs .B. N. Pattey and baby, Coot er, Mo. Brody Ivy. Henderson. Tenn. H. L. Powell Jr.. Memphis, Tom '.-»•;• Walla Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Woodrow Hardy, city. Mrs. U. S. Blankciuhlp, Dell. Mrs. J. Lee Yeager, Memphl Tenn. IRIDESCENT Wilson News present "Friday Afternoon at School." The skit will be directed by Mrs. Coady Eaton and Miss Mary Jo Eaton. An Irish reel, directed by Mr.s. W. R. Campbell and Mts s June Stires will be presented by the Central Troop II, and the Junior High Trooii IV will conclude the program with their presentation of Heel anil Toe and a Do-Si-Do. Girl Scout anniversary week activities started last Sunday, and displays of their projects have been shown In down-town windows this week. Tim Estes, Mrs. George Wtggs and Mrs. E. I'. Fry. Mrs. F. E. Utlcy was appointed as roundup chairman for the year. Mrs. Frv discussed "Fath- ors Night" which will be held April 13. Mrs. Roy Kirksey and Miss Flornce Muore rooms won the room ount. Prizes were also awaiMcd to he two rooms who participated on he program. Halt Moon Ntws Maclc Wade, who is employed In Memphis, spent the weekend with his family. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Buck, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Buck, 8am Buck, Mrs. John P. Buck and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Johnston attended the WalkerBas: wedding In Caruthersvllle Sun day afternoon. Leslie Watkhu of Camp Chaffee spent the weekend with relatives. Miss Erllne Richardson, Miss Sue Collins, Miss Mary Llghtfoot and Mrs. W. R. Llghtfoot were guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Roe In No dena. Condition of Coy Tweedle, who i 111 at his home. Is satisfactory. Condition ot Mrs. Jim Alexandra who has been confined to her horn with a broken ankle, Is improved Boy Scouts Patrol Meets The Halt Moon Patrol ol the De troops of the Boy Scouts met Fr day night with their patrol leade rtoland Mitchell. Members ' ended were Gene Wade, arnc», Leroy Richardson, Jlmi ustin, Charles Pceples and poif Ceplcs as a visitor. Following the business session, | rcshmenta were served and roup was dismissed with the S<\ >ledge. Doti Toboggans probably were iscd by Indians to curry food supplies through winter woods. Now Many W«ar FALSE TEETI With More Com* PASTEETH, a pleasant alkuf (non-acid) powder, holds false I more firmly. To eat and talk In i comfort, just sprinkle a, little i TEETH en your plates NO guit gooey, pasty taste or feeling. Chcj "plate odor" (demure breath! PASTEETH it any drug store. ...GO GREYHOUND A pr«ttir miM **jin • Mm r1rci< letigned 'in o«« of lli« i<->m>n'. brnntl new fabric*, iridekcenl ilrii- 1m. Glaitd auM thrratlB *hool through lh« dark fabric, the i^n- lionit Collon Council i»yi». Tlie col- ton pUy rire» *•» cr«Atcil b.v Stephanie Kor«1. MIKS flora Belle Farley of Plor- nce. Ala., was the weekend guest t Miss Nonna Anderson. Mtss Marie Wilson and Miss Eunice Muskellcy spent the wcek- nd hi Moorolicad, Miss., with Miss Vllson's sister. Mrs. Randolph Du- itts and Mr. Oavitts. Mrs. Alma Harnden represented he Wilson Methodist Church in the annual WSCS conference In Fort Smith lust week. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Medlin mu Mr. and Mrs. Whit Lawrence n-e In SI Louis this week attend- ng a hardware convention. Mrs. Evu Elkins is confined to ier home with the flu. Her riaugh- .er, Mrs. Gene Buchanan of Kerrville, Tenn., is with her. Mr. Buchanan returned to his home Sunday alter spending the weekcni here. Mrs. Dora Merrill and Mrs. A. J Cole attended the meeting of tho William Slrong Chapter, Daughter of the American Revolution, at Ho tel Peabody in Memphis Pridaj They also plan to attend the annua Arkansas Conference of the DAR to be held in Blytheville March 10, 1 and 12. Miss Li Hi an Wilson is confined I her home with the flu. Buford Boyles, Jr., who attends Arkansas State Teachers College, Coiuvay. spent the week end with his family Mrs. Joe Cullom, Jr., Mrs. Charles Giliiert and Mrs. Raymond Cotner attended a dessert bridge at the Noble Hotel in Blythevllle Friday. Mr.s. Bruce Colbert. Mrs. Edward Segra.ves, Mrs. Steve Bowker and Mrs. Harold Olendorf of Osceola were hcste-ssea. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jerry Hayes spent the week end with friends in Joncs- boro. Jim Drer. son of Supt. and Mrs. Philip Deer, underwent an operation yesterday at Campbell's Clinic in Memphis, for a knee injury received ir> n football gumc lust Pall, and which was reinjured In Basketball practice last week. His parents were with him, and Coach Roy Stoback, Jinnnlc Onrell and Thomas Wood went to Memphis last night to be with him. Mr. Deer re- txirned home last night. Mrs. Flora Puckett, home economics teacher in Wilson High School, took her students to the Mississippi County Federation o Home Ecoinomics meeting held yes terrtay in Luxora. Dr. Henry Harap of George Pea body College. Nashville, Tenn.. schoo consultant for Wilson, Is visitln the Wilson schools today and was guest speaker there this momlni Dr. Harap. who has a circuit of 1 schools In Southern stales, has b«« coining to Wilson for the past or 12 years. Mrs. Abbott Is Hostess 'o Demonstration Club Coming Events Social Calendar Thursday The Fidelis Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church wil meet with Mrs. Joe K. Waddy for pot-luck supper at 7 p. m. Co- hostesses will be Mrs. G. V. Daws and Mrs Lillic Sisk. Mr. and Mrs. 'Marcus Bvrard, Mr and Mrs. Chester caldwell and The Yarbro Home Demonstratioi /lub met yesterday at the horn f Mrs. Dave Abbott with 21 mem era attending. The meeting was opened wit he singing of "America the Reau Ifui." Mrs. Walter Barnes gave the cvotlonal taken from the G4th hapler of Psalms, followed by a )ocm. "Margin of Mercy" given • Mrs. Abbott. Mrs. Spencer Bunch gave Instruc- ions on how to finish and care for loors. A demonstration In making pillow cases was shown by Mrs. Abott. At the close of the business Mrs. Bunch and Mrs. B. A. Bugg gave a demonstrHtlon on the making of aluminum trays. During the recreational hour games were played with Mrs. Milton Bunch. Mrs. Clyde Gaines, Mrs Elsie wheeler. Mrs. O. A. Elkins and Mrs. G. T. Qrncty being the winners. Refreshments were served by. the hostess. . Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fleeman will bo hosts and hostesses to Club 28 at the Hut at 8 p.m. Friday Mrs. Ross Moore will entertain the C. B. C. Club at her home. Mrs. liussell C. Farr will be hos- ess to the Friday Contract Club. I'lic Friday Club will be entcr- ained at the home ol Mrs. Oscar Fendler. Saturday Mrs. Gcan Atkinson will enter- Baptists to See Film On Missionary Actwfy atn with a tea from four to five at her home, honoring Mrs. J. F. Vienniann, president general of the U. D. C. Spring Ionic for this black winter suit are the cuffs and facings of jacket revers mad* from blac' ' ' while strincil ribhoa. By AHda "art NEA Slaff Writer Easlcst-to-taHe spring ionic whk-h you can give a winter-weary suit is a touch of awning-striped ribbon. By using bold stripes to face the revers of a suit jacket and again to make a pair o! matching cufls you can do what designers are doing this spring to stamp dark suits with new style interest. To face the revers of a suit jacket, use striped ribbon—black and white stripes (or a black suit o gray and white stripes lor a gray suit would be an excellent choic —in a matching width which allow you to use a selvedge edge at each side. Then, the only turn-in hem you'll be bothered with will be a the top of the rover where the rib bon facing Joins the collar, sn at the bottom where the facing turn In for the jacket-closing. 11 you make matching cuffs, measure ribbon for over-all size over the sleeve of the jacket. By using selvedge edges of ribbon, the only sewing entailed will be that of seaming U]> the cuffs. If you plan to make linked cuffs, allow a margin of width for buttonholes and l« ... at /s the cost of operating your carl Memphis, Tenn. St. Louis, Ho. .. Little Hock, Ark. Jackson, Tenn. . "One Way S1.S5 4.35 4.15 3.05 Chattanooga, Birmingham, Ala. Jackson, Miss I.os Angeles, Cat • u S io« • !'•• ' One Way Tenn. .... 6.80 5.70 5.4* 4 10* lov;»c «• r«»«J III* <• BLYTHEVILLE 109 No. 5tb Phone 4*41 GREYHOUND hem raw edges which you will leave open for seaming up. closings Instead of Luxora News Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Stanford nave as their guests this week Johi T., and Henry Stanford, of Tulsa, Oklahoma, and Mrs. Walter Hardin, and Mrs. A. E. Beasiey, of Lexington, Tennessee. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Stratton find lamily, Frisco agent here for the past year, have moved to Steels, Missouri. Mr. Stratton has accepter! Demonstration Club Hold Meeting in Clubhouse The Dogwood Demonstration Club met yesterday at the clubhouse for their regular meeting. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. Jimmy Hipp, after which the group sang, "Living For Jesus." Mrs. John Burks gave the devotional. Roll call was answered by each member giving helpful household hints. Mrs. Ira Koonce the agency In that town. Mr. strat- | mod an article entitled, "P\)r A Ion's successor in Luxora is W. E. Head, former agent at the local station, but for the past year acting agent in Osceola. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence P. Craw- lord, Jr. arr. the parents of a daughter, born Saturday, March 5. at Wall's Hospital. She has been named Maxine Bowen. Mrs. Lem Stanford attended Ui> musical concert at Ellis Auditorium In Memphis Tuesday. The missionary film, "We. Too Receive," will b'e shown at 7 to night during the Training Union study course, at the First Baptist Ohurch. This film is the story of a young aviator whose plane was grounded on an enemy Island. Because of previous missionary endeavors there, Christian natives were helpful In rescuing this American pilot. A total of 133 people has enrolled in this Training Union Study Course, which is a pVrase of the church's educational program. The cv. Russell puffer, pastor of the ew Liberty Baptist Church. Is eaching the book. "The Growing j HAMBURG, Germany — (.TV- A Christian." for (he adults; the Rev. [ housewife In Helmstcdt found her . C. Brown Is leading the young j ca i; e [ Orm ,. as i oo light so welght- ' Good During the social hour, refreshments were served by the hostesses. Mrs. Ira Koonce and Mrs. John Burks. Shells in Or«n Fatal To Boy, Mother Crippled ed down with two shells. She then pushed it Into the hot oven. In eople in a study of "Building A Ohrinlan Home; the Intermediates re studying "Alcohol, the Destroy- • [he ensuing explosion her ten year " under the guidance of Fred • O i d son was killed and she lost a Btcker. Miss Hazel Brannen Is i CBi caching Ihe juniors. "Living for Jesus." For the elementary department, Miss Blllie Turk Is conducing a "story lime." 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