The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 31, 1949 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 31, 1949
Page 4
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FOUR BLVTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, MARCH 31,1949 Aasiia Saiiba, Society Editor Miss Ha Margaret Rogers Announces Wedding Plans Miss Ila Margaret Rogers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Anderson Rogers Sr., today mads known plans for her marriage to Aaron Johnson Blackwell, son ot Robert Cozine Blackwell and the late Mrs. Blackwell. The double ring ceremony will be solemnized Friday, April IS, at 4:00 pjn., at the First Methodist Church with the Rev. Allen D. Stewart, pastor, officiating. Nuptial music will be presented by Miss Jane McAdams, vocalist and Larry T. Moore Jr., organist. The bride-elect will be given In marriage by her father. Mks Mary Elizabeth Rogers, slsler of the bride-elect will be maid of honor and bridesmaids will be Mrs. Frank Anderson Rogers Jr. of Newport, Mist Jeltye Huffman and Miss Dorothy Jean Hlgglnson. Robert C. Blackwell will serve his son as best man. Ushers will be Herbert Chllds, Thad Vance and James Rogers, brother of the bride-elect. Following the wedding, a reception will be held at the home of the bride-elect's parents. Mrs. White Entertains La Nueve Club, Guests Mrs. Ben White WHS hostess Tuesday when she entertained the La Nueve Club and three guests at her home at 1305 West Walnut. Quests were Mrs. Neely Young, Mrs. Cecil Branson and Mrs. Rouse Harp. Spring flowers were attractively aranged In the rooms where bridge was played. In the games played, Mrs. Newell Jerome was high score winner with Mrs. Hunter Sims Jr. winning second high. The hostess served refreshments of a dessert course. Crowned Queen Emadel Sweiirengdi, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Swenrcngen Sr., was crowned Junior High Basketball Qaeen Thursday night be- '.ween games In the Haley Field Eyrn. Johnny O'Brien was crowned .is King. The King and Queen were elected by the .student body. Mrs. Foster Is Hostess To Bridge Club, Guests Mrs. O. O. Hardaway and Mrs. W. P. McDanlel were guests yesterday together with members of the Town and Country Club when Mrs. P. D. Foster entertained at iier home at 1104 West Main. Attractively arranged throughout . the entertaining rooms ot the home were vases of peach blossoms. During the afternoon bridge games, Mrs. C. L. McWaters received high score with Mrs. Foster receiving second high. The hostess served refreshments of a sandwich plate. • •' » Judge Sabath gels feecord CHICAGO (UP.)-^Superior Court Judge Joseph Sabath, who claims to have heard more divorce cases than any other man, has celebrat- Bridge Luncheon Is Given At E. J. Cure Residence The Easter theme was carried oul In the decorations of the home of Mrs. E. J. Cure, 818 Chicknsawba yesterday, when she entertained the Wednesday Club and two guests Mrs. Monroe Grain and Mrs. Elton Klrby ' Luncheon was served at the dining table which held a novel center piece of a large Easter basket tle< with yellow bows and filled will mixed flowers, other arrangements of spring flowers were used In tin home. In (lie bridge games played aftc .he luncheon, high score went. t< Mrs. C. A. Cxninlnghum with Mrs Harry Klrby winning second high Birthday Is Celebrated By Rosemarie Clampitt Rosemarle Clnmpitl celebrate her eleventh birthday Tuesday eve nlng when she was hostess at theater party at the Roxy Tllcatc: Guests who attended Include Raymoiid Miller. Percy White, Jr Robert Flowers. Bobby Jean Duvi Elaine Ford, and her sister Mav Rene Clampitt. Following the movie, the grou. assembled at the home of Rose inarie'a grandparents, Mr .and Ma ed his tOth wedding anniversary. I E- Hp hordr where refreshments The Judge has been on the bench 1 f*.'!, <1 * l( *f a ' lce "^^ cake since 1918. He says he hns heard "" ~" — 200,000 divorce cases and reconciled 1,000 couples. iced drinks were served. Bits of News Mostly Mrs. Zoa Thompson hus returned om Fort Myers, pla,, where she lent the winter witli her son, Sam hompson, and iamlly. Miss Nt'll Harris and Miss Mal Hogan yient the weekend in rlmble. Tcnn., where they were ic guests of Mr. and Mrs. Horace offer. Mr. and Mrs. F .W. Whltner and irs. A. B. Reece spent Tuesday In kmphis Fred Rtitheriord Jr.. who Is » .utlcnt at Arkansas State In oncsboro. arrived home to spend Is spring vocation with his par- nts. Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred V. Ruth- rlord. .1. A. Bryant Is In Little Rock to- ay where he will attend a meeting f the Board of Life Underwriters .ssoclatlon tonight. Mr. and Mrs. James B. Thompon and son, Ronnie went to Mem- his toctay where they will meet 1r. Thompson's sister. Mrs, J. C. Vhitc and daughter, Judy Dlanne, •ho will arrive there by plane this flenioon from her home In Conord. N.C. Mrs. White and daugh- cr will spend several weeks here s guests of her parents, Mr. and .Irs. E. C. Thompson. Buddy Miller. 10 year old 'son of ilr. nnd Mrs.Clnfr Miller Is confin il to his home, 500 Lumerate, vlth pneumonia. The Rev. A. M. Houston wns admitted to the Baptist Hospital In •lemphis Tuesday where he will mdcrgo treatment before under- an operaLlon. He was accompanied there by his son-in-law, Jiick Henry. Among those /.adits' Night Program Planned by Shrine Club The Blythevllle Shrine Club ?lll meet at 6:30 tonight in the Legion Hut for a ladles' night dinner meeting and program of entertainment with .an attendance of around 100 expected, H was announced this morning. The program will be In charge of Paul Pryor, W. J. Pollard and Jodie Nabors, members of the executive committee, and Al Sullivan will have charge of serving the dinner. All visiting members ol the Shrine are Invited to the meeting and may bring their wives or sweethearts. A committee is to be appointed tonight to go to Pine Bluff for u conference with officials of the Sahara Temple, A.A.O.M.S., relative to plans for conducting a Shrine ceremonial here next summer. Coming Events Social Calendar The Also Ran The Friday Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma. Phi "Rush Party" will be at .lie home of Mrs. H. E. Towles at 3 p.m. Mrs. o. L. McWaters Jr. will entertain the Friday contract Club at her home. Mrs. O. O. Elkins will be hostess to the C. B. c. club. The Friday Club will be entertained at the home of Mrs. Farris McCalla. The Executive Board of the W. M. U. of -the First Baptist Church will meet at the home of Mrs. Marlon Williams for a 1 o'clock luncheon. Hostesses will be Mrs. Tom Jackson, Mrs. Charles Lemons. Mrs. Ebb Carson and Mrs Kendall Jerry. The Dorcas Class of the First Bnptlst Church will meet at the church at 2:30 p.m. Chapter N, P.E.O. Sisterhood will meet at the home of Mrs. LJoyd Stickmon at 2 p.m. >eatft Rate Down ROME. (AP)~Italian Infants who died during their first year of life staled 69,819 In 1918, a decrease of 2,169 from 1941; , CHERRY TREE, Pa., (U.P.>— Dr. Clark J. Cameron, a practicing dentist at 92, still is able to keep most of his appointments. He estimates the number of dentures he's made at 10,000. He has no Idea of low many teeth he has pulled, al- hough he recalls a day many years ago when he extracted 125. Rene Henry, NEA-Acme staff correspondent, had the tables turned on him when he went to cover a beauty contest among Paris fashion models. They thought he was "tres beau" and made him sn entry in their contest, measuring him lengthwise, sidewise and observing his form. Henry didn't win, however. from Blythevlllc Read Courier News Want Arts. vho v.'lll attend the American Life Underwriters Sales Congress at the baFnyette Hotel In Little Rock to- :iiorrow are Lynn W. Brown. L. E. Old Jr., Lloyd Wise, J. L. Thompson Jr., Winford Wyatt, Paul W. Mahon, J. A. Bryant, C. E. Edds. E. o. Ambrose and G G. Hodges. \fr and Mrs. Clyde Eldrldge and Mrs. Gene Ellis spent yesterday In Memphis. Mr. Elcirldge attended to business while there. Mr. and Mrs. John Portlock and children, Alice and Nola returned to (heir home In Hot Springs, after having spent several days here as guests of Mr. Portlock's mother, Mrs. J. W. Portlock nnd his sisters, Miss Lnvonne Portlock and Mrs. George Skclton. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. L. Tamke arc the parents of a son born yesterday morning at Walls Hospital. He lins been named John Willium Tamke. Mr. and Mrs. Tamke have another child, Elizabeth Jones, age three. Mrs. Tamke is the former Ellznbeth Jones of Looxahon, Miss. Pfc. Doyle W. Neel of Armorel recently arrived hi Jnpan to Join Headquarters Company T in Kyoto. Jnpan. He had been in Korea since Wesleyan Guild Meets With Mrs. M. S. Edwards The Wesleyan Service Guild of the First Methodist Church met Tuesday night at the home ol Mrs. M S. Edwards. 1415 East Mnln. Guest at the meeting wns Mrs, Rally Hubler. Tlie group completed the study Fewer Italians Wed In '48 than in 1947 ROME--</P>—Fewer Italians were married and fewer buried in 1948 compared with 1947, the Central Institute of Statistics says. Last year, the Institute reported, 376,529 marriages were celebrated, 50.518 less than the previous year. The number of marriages per 1,000 persons last year was 8.2. Deaths last year totalled 482,054, ol the oook. "Newness of Life." by tr i' c t'meeting. Estelle C. Tarbor. Miss Mamie L. Adams and Miss Mary Hubler pre- tented the lfl"st two chapters of the book. Preceding the study, Miss Hubler, Miss Avis Howard and Mrs, Fred Steiidman gave a report on the conference meeting in Little Rock Plans were also made for the dis- December. 1947, before his transfer. He is the son of T. E. Neel. 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