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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 23, 1949
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roua BLYTHEVILLE <ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 194S Society AlewA Amelia SaJiba, Society Editor Phone 4461 Shower Pirty Is Given For Mrs. Utho Barnes Mr*. Utho BarnM wu honored last night when Mr>. Elwood Deen and Mr». Gilbert Hammock Jr., 'entertained with t shower party at Mrs, Hammock's home, 510 North 13th. In the evening games, prizes were won by Mrs. Charles \bbolt, Mrs. : Robert Reeder, Mrs. T. J. Barnes, ^Mrc. Barnes Crook and Mrs. O. A. 'Abbott. The honor** warn presented ,.» jack pot gift. The 2 guests prc- >sent were asked lo write a (our lino poem to be placed, in a-book which' -will be given to Mrs. Barnes. Favor: were presented to each guest with .the honored guest being pretended a novelty corsage. The dining table was centered ; with a green plant In a white pottery bowl and was flanked by white tapers in crystal holders. Vases of • Spring (lowers added to the attractiveness of the decorations in ; the home. \ The hostesses served refreshments . J o( a dessert course with Iced drinks. * " * - Miss Brovvn Complimented jAt Miscellaneous Shower : Miss Lena Brown, bride-elect, of i Jaines Allen wns complimented last ?. night when Misses Pat and Betty :' MoOrWor and Frances Jones «n: t*rtaln*d ' with a miscellaneous ; ahower at the McGregor home Fi(< teen guesU attended the affair. \ During the evening tames were : played under the direction ol Miss I Jone*. Prlies were won by Miss -t Rent, Batley and Miss Ruth Barnn i Vases of gladioli In various shades ; were used to decorate the cnlcr- i t»inlng rooms of the home. V Miss Brown chose for the a/falr ' ft two piece black crepe dress with ! matching accesorlcs. Her frock was ; complemented with a corsage of ; whit* carnations presented to her j by th« hostesses. J Refreshments of a salnd plate •' Trith Iced drinks were nerved. * • * IMiss Betty Lou LaRue 'Engaged to Karl Kment •; WILSON, Ark., Mar. 33-Mr. and /Mrs. M LaRue <X Wilson, Ark,, an_. nounct the engagement and ap- ;'-pr*aohing marriage o! their daugh- • ter Miss Betty Lou LaRue to Ktrl . Knient, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph ;; S. Knient o} Vancouver, Wash. The ;' wedding will b« aolnnnlKd March i T at the Naval Chapel at Milling' ton, Term. Mis* LaRue attended Wilson Cut Cotton Caper Cotion pfque ... for the country lub or for that afternoon In town. It's good wh«rtver you want to vear It. Olalre McOardell, who designed this wide-collared, full- iktrttd frock, also created the unusual striped print. Pique hat by rfadcap*. ';Hi<h School. Mr. Kment attended ' «chool at Beckerirldge High School 'In San Antonio, Tex., before cn- :' ttrtng the Navy. . > '".'**. ^Dessert Bridge Given By. Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon Mrs. V. S. Osborn, Mrs. Bob Mo- Kinnon, both ol Manila, Mrs. Loy Welch and Mrs. A. R. Wetenkamp were guests yesterday when Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon entertained the Tuesday club at her home, 918 West Walnut, with a dessert bridge. In the entertaining rooms of the home wer» arrangements ol Spring {lowers In various shades. High score went to Mrs. Osborn In the afternoon gam?* with second high being won by Mrs. W. C. Hig- glnson. Birthday Is Celebrated By Alice Fay Fraziev Alice Fay Frailer was honored on her 14th birthday yesterday when h*f mother, Mrs. J. e. Frailer entertained with a. akatjng party. Ap- p«ttim»tely <o guesta attended the pirly which was held at Warann's Rink. 'JThe guests later returned to the hostess' home where the gifts were opened. Refreshments of cake, ice cream- and punch was - served b; Mrt. Frazier who was assisted b; Mri. H. c. Blankenship. dinner Parly Honors Mr., Mrs. Erby. Hodge Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Auilin were host, and hostess last, night when they entertained with a dinner party at Ihelr home In Half Moon honoring Mr. and Mrs. Brby Hodge who wore celebrating; their 25th wedding anniversary. Sixteen guests attended with Mrs. Ruby Box o Modesto, Calif., as an out of town guest. The dining table, at which din ner was served, was covered with a white linen cloth and centercc with a large white cake on whlcl waa Inscribed. "Irby and Dion March 22, 1924." Following dinner gifts were presented the honored guests after which the remainder of the evening was spent informally. • • * Mrs. Langston Hostess To Club Eight, Guests Mrs. Charles Langston wns hostess yesterday when she entertained Club Eight numbers and two guests, Mrs. Bob Logan and Mrs. Vernon Thomasson at her home. Attractive arrangements ot Spring flowers were used to decorate the rooms where bridge wa* Mrs. jess White received Clavern O. Loveless, son o( Mr. ,nd Mrs. K. S. Loveless of Manila, las been assigned lo the 47th Arm- red Field Artillery at Camp Chafee, Arkansas. Condition of Mrs. C. S. Corey, who ins been undergoing treatment at lie Hnptiit Hospital In Memphis or Injuries received In an automobile accident several weeks ago, Is mproved. Mrs. Corey was dismissed roin the hospital Sunday and Is now at her home, 347 South Division. Mr. and Mri. L. C. Rollison spent •cstcrday In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Charles p S. Cook, who live at the Veterans Housing Quarters in Blythcvillc. are the parents of n son boni Saturday morn: at Wnlls Hospital. He has boen lamed Charles Uonnic. Mrs. Cook 5 the former Miss Christine Stanford of Luxora. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. O'Keef« had as their guests over -the weekend Mrs. O'Kccfc's sister, Mrs. R. U. Patterson and Mr. Patterson of Forrest City snd Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Land of Memphis. Mrs. Land is Mr. and Mrs, O'Keofe'u daughter. Mlis Selma Sillba l> 111 at her home, 101 Weat Kentucky. Her condition Is Improved. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Swcarengen Jr., ot Fayctteville, were the weekend guests ol their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Peterson and Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Swearcngen Sr. Mr. Swcnrengcn is a student at the University of Arkansas there. They were motored to West Memphis by Mr. and Mrs. Peterson Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Beavers have as their guest Mrs. Delivers' sister, Mrs. Ruby Box of Modesto, Calif. Mrs. Arthur G. Bulin was admitted to Walls Hospital last night where she underwent an operation this morning. Jack Saliba Jr.. who is a student at Arkansas Stntc College, Jonesboro, spent the weekend here as guest of his mother, Mrs. Jack Saliba Sr., and his sister, Miss Barbara Jean Saliba. He was motored to Jonesboro Sunday by his mother. 138 BHS Students Participate in Choral Festival Approximately 600 students participated In the Northeast Arkansas Choral District Festival which was held In Joncsboro yesterday at Arkansas State College, It was un- nounced today by Dallon C. Fowlston, who was named as chairman Of the festival by Mrs. Wilson Henry, president of the stale association. Blythevllle was represented by the largest group, 138 students. Other participating schools Included Joneaboro State College, Lepanto, Joncsboro State High School. Earle, Marlanna, Cherry Valley, Forrest City, Monette, Shawnee, Joncsboro Junior High and Senior HlRh, Newport, Luxora, Bono, Walnut Ridge and Parkin. O. B, McMeans, director of music at North Llltlc Rock, festival chairman for the state, was Ihc guest conductor and adjudicator. Emphasis was placed on the fact that the festivals are held primarily lo help the groups in their choral work nnd not as a contest. He also slated that efforts are being made to arrange the state festival program so that emphn.sU will he on the rehearsals and not on adjudication. During the morning session the Individual schools sang for adjudication. The group re-assembled after lunch during which time Mr. McMeans worked with the combined groups nnd discussed the defects of the groups that he observed at the morning session. The Blythevllle choir, boys group and girls group were rated as superior In the classifications with Luxora being rated as excellent and Shawnee as good. Accompanists for the Blythevllle group were Misses Nancy Hamilton and Betty Nell Holland. Mrs. Henry is the director for the Blythcvillc group with Mr. Fowlston directing groups from Shawnee and Luxora. > Hosts for the festival was the music department of Arkansas State College. Joncsboro, with Dr. Manor W. Z. Fletcher and J. B. Lastcr committee chairmen. high «cor* in the game with Mrs. Logan ecelvlng, second high. The hostess served refreshments >f a dessert course. lo/vory C/rc/e Groups Business Meeting Condition of Mrs. R, B. Caudle, who has been 111 at her home. 310 North First, Is Improved. Her daughter. Mrs. Preston Alley arrived from Slkcslon, Mo., to b« with her. Wilson News Dick Rhodes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bentley Rhodes, was dismissed from Dye.'is Ho.spitnf Monday where lie underwent a tonsllectomy. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Coburn. Jr., o? West Memphis ware the guests of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Coburn and fnmily Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Flowers of Enrlo were the guest; ol Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Neely Sunday. Intermediate G.A.'s /Meat With Dorothy Lee Kollison The Intermediate Girls Auxlliar of the Calvary Baptist Church me Monday night at the home of Dorothy Lee Rollison for their regula business meeting. The meeting was opened with prayer by Bonnie Glover aftc which Dorotli;' Rolllson. president president during the business ses sion. Reports from the officers an< various committee chairmen wer< heard. The meeting closed with i sentence prayer. Refreshments were served by th hostesses, who was assisted by he mother, Mrs. L. C. Rolllson. Visitors at the meeting included Alice Ann Lcdbcttcr. Nacline White, Janet Sue Bates and Patsy Ann Bates. Blueprint for Beauty: i Enriches New Make-up Model strokes on face pow-" de r w h t c h j contains 1 silk B fllamenti. By Alicia Hart NBA Stuff Writer The lustrous look of rich fabrics \ not all that the silkworm con- .libutes to spring fashions. He also spins silk filaments for mosmetk'S. Pace powder airily spun from pure silk filaments makes its debut for spring. The addition of silk filaments to cosmetic ingredients, suy manufac- turers, makes powder more adherent and gives skin a more subtle and more silken dress. For touch- ups this silk-blended powder is compressed Into a compact whlcl may be carried in a handbag for make-up needs In transit. Designed to provide a base foi this powder is a make-up foundation, previously introduced, whlcl also contains minute particles o silk confined in creamly emulsion. The Business Women's circles Three and Four of the Calvary Baptist Ohurch held their regular business meeting last night at the churoli with 21 members and three new members. Mrs. Agnes Man-, Mr 5 . Mary Lynn and Mrs. B. C. Germany present. Mrs. R. L. Coleman opened the meeting with the leading of the sons of the year. The buaincf-s session presided over hy MM. Lee WMU Members Mfcl Twenty one members or the WM U of the Wilson Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. J. B. Lov- ctt, Monday afternoon for the monthly social. Mrs. Lcvi Cissell was co-hostess. Mrs. A. E. Clark giwe the devotional. Mrs. Breda Anderson and Mrs. Clark were In charge of the games played. He- frcshments of jello. cake and cokes were served by the hostesses. Next, Monday the stewardship visitation program will be observed by the WMU. Study Course Scheduled The W.S.C.S. of the Wilson Methodist Ohurch met at the home of Mrs. Carl Bird, Mondity afternoon. Mrs. Eva Kerlin gave (ho devotional. Powell, president. A chapter of "HandclR-sp of the Americans" was taught by Mrs. Beulah Lloyd. Prayers were offered by Mrs. P. H. Jerniean and Mrs. Kffic Lucius. During the social hour refreshments were served by the hostesses who were. Mrs. Hubert Polsgrove and Mrs. Charles Lipford. Mrs. Ramey Is Hostess To New Liberty W. M. U. The Woman's Missionary Union of the New Liberty Baptist Church met yesterday afternoon at the homo of Mrs. j. p. Ramey. The meeting was opened with the repeating of the watchword, alter which Mrs. E. H. Crook led the group in prayer. Mrs. Hilton Stevenson presented the Bible study taken from the' 5th chapter of Matthew. Following the refreshments we hostess. Mrs. Ferguson to Head Junior High School P.T.A. The Junior High School Parent Teachers Association met yesterday afternoon in the school auditorium for their regular meeting, and election of officers for the new year. Mrs. Joe Ferguson was elected to serve as president with Mrs. O. O. Hardaway as vice-president, Mrs. Ray Hall, secretary, Mrs. O. W. Coppcdgc, treasurer and Mrs. S. C. Owens, historian. During the business session presided over by Mrs. Ferguson, president, the association voted funds to pay for a portable moving picture screen to be used In the school in teaching various subjects. The presidents message was read by Mrs. John Tyrone and the devotional wns given by Mn. O. M. Abbott. Mrs. J. P. Oarrott was in charge of the program, during which time. Miss Wlnnls Virgil Turner was speaker. She chose as her subject, "What Causes Children to Become Poor Readers" and "What the Parents and Teachers can do to Overcome This Handicap." Mrs. J. W. Rayden treasurer, presented a mirror to be used in the girls lounge at junior High School. Program Meeting Held By Methodist W.S.C.S. Mrs. Floyd Davis was hostess to eight members of the Women's Society ot Christian Service of the Lone Oak Methodist Church when they met yesterday at her home for their regular program meeting. Mrs. Jndia Lane was a new member with Mrs. p. B. Jarratt and Mrs. Edith Epperson as visitors. Mrs. Burnham Hostess To Demonstration Club Mrs. L. T. Burnham was hoste:- yesterday lo 18 members of th Yarbro Home Demonstration Clu at her home. Mrs. Vernon Maxwel and Mrs. McCann were specia lests at the meeting. The program opened with the singing of "Lone. Long Ago," after which Mrs. E. B. Lloyd read the scripture reading. A poern. "Sewing for My Girl." was read by the hostess which was followed by a talk on "Helpful Way to Clean House." by Mrs. Gertrude Holimon, county home demonstration agent. The hostess served refreshments of sandwich plate after the program. The next meeting will be held April 12 at the home of Mrs. Qene McOtilre. Coming Events Social Calendar Wednesday Chickasaiv Chapter, Delphln Soc- ety, meets at 10 a.m. In Hotel VoWc Thursday Mrs. Aubrey Comvay will entertain the Mld-Week club with a 1 o'clock luncheon at her home. Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester will enter- .aln the Thursday Night Club at ncr home, 7:30. The Phebcun Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church will meet at the church at 7:30 p.m. for their business and social meeting, l-ostesses will be Mrs. Roy Beavers. Mrs. Loin CulbtTison, Mrs. IJrby Hod«c, Mrs. Vestcr Rowen and Mrs. J. V. Oofl. Mrs. Lansston Ashforcl hostess to mr-mbers of the Octette Club. Avalun Bunco Club meeting wltn Mi.-. Speck McGregor. Mrs Ru?sell Phillips entertaining Thursday Club. Blythevllle Rook Club meeting wilh Mis Hoy Head. Mrs. Herman Hoffman entertaining G.N.B. Club. Twentieth Century Club meeting at Hut. 8 )> m. Hosts and hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brlggs. Mr. and Mrs. James C. Guard, Mr. and Mrs Gilbert. Hammock, Mr. and Mrs. Ro'.ise Hnrp and Mr. and Mrs. Jim- niie Edwiuds. Mrs. Sanford Boone will be hostess to the Thursday Luncheon Club. Friday Mrs. R. A. Copeland will entertain the C. B. C. Club at her home Mrs. Toby Long will be hostess to the Friday club. The Friday Contract Club will be entertained at the home of Mrs. C. L. Me Waters Jr. The Woman's Club will meet at the clubhouse at 2:30, p.m. for a program meeting. I Bos Office Openi 6:3» Shun Sta.ts 6:45 i Opeiib Sunday l:lKJ; Start* t:W| Contlnuuui Sbtms Sat & Sun.! Barjuiu Nljhl t'ver) N'l(bt Escept Saturday No passes hunori'd on SunUaj Box; Theatre Last Time Today (DOUBLE FEATUKK) Personal Column with George Sanders and Lucille Ball Railroaded with Shell* Kyan Thursday & Friday Completely automatic, weatherproof flying will be possible through use of present flying aids, plus radar, television, electronic computing machines, and unbuilt devices for the future. A! The Hospitals niythcvillc Hospital Dismissed: Joe Allen Gurley, Rt. 2, city. Mrs. Charles Bond, Rt. 1, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. T. H. Raspberry, Rt. 1, city. Mrs. Beulah Raspberry, Rt. 1, city. Homer Miller, city. Baby Catherine Hunnlcutt, my. Mis. Bub Rayburn, city. Mrs. W. E. Hoskin and baby. Lvix- nra. W. R. Sanforcl. Stccle, Mo. Haby McCutchcn, stcele. Mo. Charles Shuburte, Steele, Mo. 'Myown'SET Mrs. Roy Stoh6i)t1i In cb«rg« of the program "Human Values of the Labor Situation." Refreshments of a salad plate and cookies were served by the hostess. Beginning Monday the W.S.C.S. will hold a study course about "America's Geographical Frontiers," with "On Our Own Doorsteps' 1 to be the topic of the first study. The dismiss-n nrnver "'™ bcr lcllll >8 «w title of his fnv- e served by the " rltc song ' A rojlcrt Wils g ' VC11 that e served oy me ^ [hc qu , lt mR( , e by the membcrs at ' thctr meetings had been sold for StO. Prayers were offered by Mrs. meetlni will be held at the churcli at 2 p.m., with Mrs. Roy Stobough In charge. J. W. Fields and Mrs. Jarratt. Refreshments were served by the hostess during the social hour. •LUE CALh Sizes 4-10 Widths AAA-B •LACK PATENT 8h«s 4-18 Widths AAA-B • SHOP OUR WINDOWS • FAMILY SHOE STORE 312 W. Mo in Phone 2342 GMDHtWt FOR IICK PEOPLE STOMACH A/LMENTS, WEAK KIDNEYS, RHEUMATIC PAINS, ARTHRITIS, NEURITIS • nd auch co/iiplalnU a* Hendncht.*. N'tri-ousntss. Acids Toxins, Bloot- Ing, L»clt of Vitality, Energy, Poor AppcUio,. Underweight, Dizzy Spelts. Trailor Covers Ground SCHENECTADY, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. John K. Alexander covered an estimated 20.000 miles on their trailer trip from Key West. Fin., through southwestern United Slates, north to Fairbanks, Alaska, and then across the northern u. s! to their home here. Mrs, Alexander drove the entire trip. A btighl picture in lh« dirh will make thai last spoonful disappear. 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