The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 5, 1949 · Page 4
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July 5, 1949

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

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•LTTHEVILLB (ARKJ COUHIHI NEWS TUESDAY, TOLT, B, Society, AlewA melia Satiba, Society Editor 9 Amelia Phone U61 Wedding Plans Announced By Miss Jo Anne Shanks Miss Jo Anne Shanks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Shanks, today mane known plans (or her marriage to John Whitney Morgan, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. John Whitney Morgan. Sr. The ceremony will be solemnized at 4 o'clock in the afternoon of Sunday, July 10. at the First Methodist Church. The Rev. Harvey T. Kidd, pnstor of the PiMt Presbyterian Church, will officiate. A program of nuptial music will be presented by Mrs. Dalton C. Fowlston. organist and Mary Ann Parks, vocalist. Miss shanks, who «il] be given In marriage by her father,, will have Mrs. Grariy Masee as matron of honor and only attendant. Lieutenant Bill Morgan of Fort Sumter. S.C., will serve Ills brother as best man and ushers will ne Dick Shanks, brother of ihe bride-clod, and Brycc l>ny.<on. Mr and Mrs. shank." will entertain with a reception at their home immediately following the rites tor members of the wedding parly, out ol town jue.sU. and members of the immediate families. Miss Wai-lh to Become Bride of James R. Purnell Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Worth announce the engagement and approaching mnrnaee of Ihr-ir daughter. Miss Anne Warth. 10 James R. Purnell, son of Mrs. Fay Brewer of Deerins. Mo., and nephew ol Miss Clara Cecil Cftssidy oC Blytheville. Plans for the wedding will be announced at a later date. Miss Warth was graduated from Blytheville High School where she was a memtier of the National Honor Society. Hols Club. Quill and Scroll, Glee Club and a member of the Chickasaw staff. Mr. Purnell was graduated from Blytheville High School and attended Arkansas State College, Jonesbort), where he was a member of Sigma PI Fraternity. He served two years in the Army and Is now operator of a grocery store in Blytheville. K.VOAGKI)—The engagement Miss Sarah Lou Hnrdwick, daughter of C. P. Havdwick of Valley -Mills, Tex., lo Tech Sergeant C. H. Bikerstnff or San Antonio, Tex, and Blylheville is announced today by her father. He is the son I W. A. Bikeistalf of Blytheville. of Armorel W.M.U. Holds Royal Service Program The Women's Missionary Union of the Armorel Baptist Church met yesterday afternoon at the church for a Royal Service program. Mrs. M. C. Patterson was In charge of the program. Those taking part on the program were Mrs. Ted Faught, Mrs. Frank May, Mrs. C. C. Elliott. Mrs. W. L. Smith and Mrs. Henry Berry. Mrs W. O. Aiwen gave the devotional and prayer was offered by Mrs Berry. During the business session presided over by Mrs. Berry, plans were discussed for the W.M.U. as- socintional rally to be held in Armorel July 22. Miss Hngan Is Honored At C. L. McWalers Home Miss CU-m'vieve llagan, who Is the bride-elect ol Robert Gv.mii of Memphis, was coniplimented recently with a shower with Mrs. G, O. Poet?, and Mrs. C, L. Mc| Waters, Jr., as host esses. Approximately 45 guc.sts attended the affair. The .setting of the pnrty was Ihe paiio o/ Mrs. McWaters home at 62a West Main, which was decorated with window boxes filled with slimmer flowers. Other vases of mixed flowers in pastel shades were arranged on the patio. During the evening various party games and contest. 1 ; were played with ihe prices won being presented to the Ixmorce lateV the evening. She was presented her glft.« which were packed In a traveling bag, following the games. Refreshments ol iced puncli and cake were served by the hostess. The honorce chose for this affair a printed black crepe dress with black accessories. Her frock was com pi em en ted with a corsage nf red rose.s, presented to ner oy the hostesses. Mrs, W. E. Hagan. mother of the brEde-elcct was a special guest. Miss Harclwick Engaged To C. R. Bikerslaff 'Hie engagement of Miss Sarah Lou Hardwick, of Valley Mills, Tex., to Tech Sergeant C. El. Bikcrstaff, of San Antonio, Tex., and Blythe- vllln. son of W. A. Biker-stalf of Blytlieville i.s announced today by her f.nlicr. C. P. HardwLck ot Valley Mills. Miss Hardwick was graduated from Valley Mills High School and attended college in StevcnvHle, Tex. ---• He is a graduate of Blytheville High Schooi and attended University of Mi.'.sissippt, Arr/yjna State Collcse and Arkansas State College. He is now stationed at tile Air Force Base at San Antonio and will receive his discharge from the Army July 13. "He plans to enter Arkansas state in the Fall. The v;cdding will be solemnised July 1 in Valley Mills. Bits of News Mostly Coming Events Social CaUndar Tin Alphi Alpha and Alpha Delta Chapter* of Bet* Sigma Phi Sorority will meet at Holel Nobl* at I p.m. with Mr*. LouL&e Lowrre u ijuest. At I'rie Hosoitals Hospital Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Steelc. BABY, IS IT COLD?—Micky Cousans. out in the Cheyenne, Wyo,, sunshine to gel a tan, runs into a three-foot snowdrift. The white stufl, still lingering from last winter's devastating blizzard, was covered with a light layer of cincieis which was responsible for its long life. Blylhrvillc Dismissed: Judy Statler. Stcclc. Mo. Mrs. Johnny Ray and bnby, city. Mrs, M. L. Anderson, city. Daisy Rushing. Cootcr, Mo. Audic Lipford. city. Carroll Waddcl, Manila. George Ayers and baby. Mo. Mrs. Otis Warren and baby, city. Mrs. John J. Beard, city. Albert, A. Squires, city. Walls Hopsilat" Dismissed'. Mrs. A D. Dowlen, citr. Wilbur Clousc. Rt. 2, city. Mrs R. L. Jackson and Luxora. Sybil Ray, Rl. 3. city. Miss Ruth McKay. Steele. Mo. Mrs. Minnon Burton and baby. Stccle, Mo. Mrs. w. T. Stewart, Veterans Housing Quarters, city. Mrs J. C. Lee and baby, city. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Richardson and children, Dicky and Frank, are visiting with relatives of Mr. Richardson's in points of Interst In the Carollnas. lie will be gone a week and Mrs. Richardson and children will remain (or the summer. Mrs. S. S. Patterson, Mrs. E. R. Mason, Misses Vivian Patterson, jo Ann Trieschmann, and Betty Hale of Althehner, Ark., went to Memphis last night where they attended •Firefly" at the MOAT. Misses Mary Prances Dowdy returned from a two weeks vacation in Batcsvllle as guest of Mr .and Mrs. o. E. Jones. While there, they were honored with several interst- infi affairs, among then] a formal dance at [he Legion Hut given by their aunt. Mrs. Jones. Mr. and Mrs. c. B. Klcmc and daughter, Claudia Jane spent the weekend in Chester, III., visiting •*ltli friends. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Houston are the parent.s of a daughter born Thursday morning at their home. Their third child, she lias been named, Betty Jewel. Mrs. Pat. Chitmon underwent a major operation this morning at Walls Hospital. She was admitted to the hospital yesterday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Russell E. fliales and R. M. Beck were in Piggott yesterday where they went es[>ec- ially to attend the Les Bilflc Day clebration. Mr. and Mrs. Coady Eaton and daughter. Rhonda spent the weekend holidays at Shiloh Park and Pickwick Dam, Tennessee. They also visited with relatives in Memory's Mrs. c. R. Osborn and Mrs. A. D. Priest accompanied a group of Sills to an all day affair al Current River Beach yesterday. Those who attended were Sue Osborn. Evelyn Jo Hudson. Berna FOndren. Alice Priest and Pegsy zachrey. Mr. and Mrs. James Carl Lee are the parents of a son born Fridaj *l Walls Hospital. Their first child, he has been named John Allan Mrs. Lee is the former Miss Nella Simpson. Dr. and Mrs. P. L. Husband and Sonny Rinles are vacationing in Rio Grande Valley. They plan to be gone for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. c. H. Quackenbush of Memphis were the guests Sunday of their son, K. C. Quackenbush and Mrs. Quackenbush. Marion Flandolph Smith. R. C Allen .Jr.. Perry Rothrock and Don i Smart are spending this week at Hardy. They were motored there yesterday by Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Allen Sr. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Cookslon have, as the-lr guest. Mr. cookston's sister. Miss Marie Cookston of Wynne. They also had as their guests Sunday, his cousin Mrs. Cavitt Cookston and son. Dr. Cavitt Cookston. Jr.. Mrs. Cookston and children of Monroe. I,a. They were enroute home (rom New York. Mrs. Nancy Triesler and daughter, Jeannie left Saturday for Crystal Lake at Frankfort, Mich., to join her mother. Mrs. R. P. Kirshner and son. Bobby, who are spending their summer vacation there. Mrs. Triesler and daughter .will be away for ten days. J. A. Leech returned from Maddox Bay, near Brinkley, Ark., where he joined a party of friends on a fishing trip. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Tabor of Dallas. Tex., who have been the guests of Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Brewer in Blythcville left this morning for a two months motor tour through the north and east visiting .Viagra Falls and other points of intcrst. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Trieschtnan had as their guesls over the holidays The Junior G.A.'s of the First Baptist Church will meet at the home of Miss Ann Hester. The Woman's Guild of Ihe First Lutheran Church will meet at 7:30 pm. >t the home of Mrs. F. o. Rtichel, 1201 Hearn. Thunday The Avalon Bunco Club will be entertained at the home o( Mrs. Norval Humphrey. The Thursd«y Luncheon Club will meet with Mrs. Albert Taylor. Mrs. Richard Prichard will be hostess to the Thursday Hook Club. •me W. S. c. S. of the Oosnell Methodist Church will meet at the home of Mrs. Harold Medlin at 2:30 p.m., Friday The Friday Rook Club will be entertained at the home ot Mrs. William Berryman. Mrs. Rdss Moore will be hctle&s; to the C.B.C. Club. Civic Calendar American Legion Auxiliary—I p.m. American Legion—8 p.m. Wednesday Kiwanis Club. Hotel Noble—13:10 p.m. Thursday Rotary Club, Hotel Noble — 12:10 p.m. Chamber of Commerce Aviation Committee—2:30 p.m. the woy to summer beauty Slim Down While Cleaing Up Jvjre* Mathews, New York aclrex, make* out- of-d*cr Uakj yield exercise beneld aa ibe •u.Una oa terrace. A tall streteb (e •rerheid i vUe* (left) lives arms a tuitinc. A deep-knee bead for dusting up (center) and a simulated hack-bead (ri(ht) i(renf then musclea. Monthly Meeting Is Held By Episcopal Auxiliary The Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church met yesterday at the church for their regr'ar monthly meeting. Mrs. John Fields presided during the program and business .session in the absence ol the president, Mrs. Leroy Huddleston. A report of the Woman's Auxiliary Institute recently conclvided at Petit Jean, Ark., was presented by the Rev. William J. Filzhugh. who participated In the program. The meeting was closed with prayer. BV ALICIA HART i NBA Staff Writer Turn the puttering that you do iii the back yard or garden or terrace into a game of figure-improvement. You can slim down, get a tan and knock off your "green- thumb" chores all at the same time. This three-way ticket to a beautiful figure with a handsome tan thrown in is only good if you use your body with supple know-how while you work. Vines to train? Exaggerate your reach and give arm muscles a good overhead tug. This is a chest- firming exercise and the overhead stretch, tall and tense one ment, relaxed all-of-a-heap next, will also build up mo- the taut, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Still Sr.. 1130 West Chickasawba. Datx Atkins spent the weekend willi liis brother. Gregory Atkins at Fayetteville. From there he left today for siloam Springs where he will attend the Arkansas Baptist Assembly for ten days. Mrs. W. Leon Smith went to Memphis today to be with her mother. Mrs. C. L. Nichols of Reiser, who underwent an appendectomy »t the Methodist Hospital yesterday. Mr. and Mrs F. E. Cooley -spent the weeeknd with their daughter, Mr. Beall and , muscular girdle. Cutting all shrubbery or pruning dead boughs from fruit trees will give arms, chest and wnist the same kind of overhead stretch. A quick cleanup of the back yard call mean as many as two-dozen arm-stretching exercises as you s'A-ecp the rake forward elbows stiff, and haul it back with elbows bent. The forward and back movement will also help to firm up flabby flesh on upper arms. Deep-knee 'bends you'll take to gather up the collected pile of eaves and trash for burning will ne as good as supervised calisthenics is if you slide down slowly, using your spine as axis, back straight — head held high. Don't let the men in the family reap all of the benefits from mowing the lawn. Latch on to this exercise for strengthening your own back muscles, whittling down your couts Return \ -rom Stay at I Camp Hardy ! f\»ur Boy Scout troops (rom Miss slppi County returned Saturda; rom a week at Camp Cedar Valle n Hardy, Lloyd Ward, Jr., camp }g activity chairman, said today. Ten boys in Dan Blodgett/s Troo 8 from BIytlieville were include i the group. Dell Troop 255 ser 0 boys, Osceola 221, 11 Scouts an olner 53, 10 boys. Other county troops will atte: lie camp in the next two 1 its session. Mr. Ward sai< early all the Scouts in this coviiy •lio haven't yet attended the ca; •ill before the session ends. Scouts worked on scouting ancement and received awards he board of reviews and court .onor held each week. A Blytheville boy, Richard nan, Life Scout, was on the ca: taff this year as a camp era nstructor. The push of the more rewarding jf own \vaistline. mower will be you'll keep the bend out of your back, keep the elbows at chest level. grass snags or when weeding the grass snags or whn weeding the garden, stoop over from the waist with straight knees; this is a classic waist-reducing exercise. It cai be too strenous! There is anolhc y ft'eeds and a spreading hlpline can be reduced ?.t the same time Smooth a mat out alongside you tlower bed. sit flat with both fee outstretched but. together. No* u-ced and work yourself down th> row in a sit-down walk, which 1 achieved by pushing one hip, arr and heel nt the same time. Kee your tody tight to the mat, and th ba-c'd of your hips really bumping Final tidying up around the gar den and terrace can be body firm ing. loo, if occasionally you stoo over in a simulated back-bend fo books, papers and yarn baske lelt lying around. This kind muscular tug helps to tighten -slack tummy. Mrs. E. D. Bcall, family In Wilson. Miss Nancy Partlow, left Sunday for Paragould to be the guest of her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Partiow. Her brother, Graham Partlow went to Hardy where he will vacation at C«mp Rio Vista. I Miss Polly Ann Stewart returned i from a month's vacation where she ! visited Mr. and Mrs. Melvin H. i Radde at Toledo. O. She was aVjo the ^uest of James Guy and par- j cuts. Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Guy in Columbus. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Bailey and ! children spent the weekend in ] Webster Groves. Mo., as guests of ' Mr. Bailey's sister. Mrs. E. A. i Wenz and Mr. Wenz and his ! mother. Mrs. Lotta Bailey, who has been ill at her home. Mrs. Harmon Taylor and children, Linda, Adam and John, and Mrs. Farrls McCalla and daughter. Jenny Wrenn. left for a three weeks vacation at Gulf Breeze, Fla Mr. McCalla left by train this morning to Join them. Junior Miss Blytheville Has Cousin in Similar Competition in Harrison Patricia Kay Shinn, two year old granddaughter of Mrs. Herman Walpole and a cousin of Ronnie Etchicson, "Junior Miss Blytheville of 1948". was second place winner in a similar contest conducted last week at Harrison. There were 43 contestants' in the event. Patricia Kay, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Shinn, appeared in a blue taffeta "French" bathing suit. ASPHALT BOTTOM COTTON PICK SACKS THE LONGEST WEARING COTTON PICK SACK ON THE MARKET. OUTIASTS TWO OR.'' THREE DUCK BAGS - BY ACTUAL TEST:*' THE ASPHALT BOTTOM WEAflS LIKE IRON!, BEMIS^RcT'BAG CO. . ( , MEMPHIS J, TtNN. For Sale By ALL LEADING JOBBERS Mrs. Trieschman's brother. C. E. Hale. Mrs. Hale and children Betty and Ben. Miss Hale remained in Dlythevilfc to be their guest during this week. Elieenc F. Still Jr. is attending Camp St. John at Dclatield. Wise., lor eight weeks. 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