The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 10, 1948 · Page 4
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BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS etud Phone 4161 Dr. N«* Is Speaker At P. T/A. Meeting Dr. Edna 1 Nl« was fitsl speaker at th« rtgultr meeting of the Senior Hi(h School Parent-Teacher As- nclation yes(erd«jr afternoon at the tehool. She chow (or her subject "Home and Family Life". Mrs. J«se M. White Rave Hie devotional and Miss Jo Anne Tricscri- raann aang "An O!d Fashioned Oar-den", accompanied by Miss Gay . During; the business meeting, 'officers lor the current year were elected with Mrs. J. c. Lowe being re-elected to serve as president'. Other officers elected to serve with nr are Mrs, White, first vice-president; Mrs. O. K. Quelhmlz, second vice-president; Mrs. Matt Mbna- (han, secretary; Mrs. R. C. Allen, treasurer and Mrs. Kendall Berry, historian. Names of tlie officers were tubmltted by the nominating committee with Mrs. Murray Smart firing the report. ; Following the program and business meeting, the Junior High Parent-Teacher: Association members met with-the high school group /or a ftiidy course. During th!s meeting Mrs. Rujwrt'Crafton. who Is study courso chairman, presented the speaker, Mrs. R. F. Klrshner, who reviewed the book "Democracy In A Community". • • • Calvary W. M. U. Mcels For Regular Program The Women's Missionary Union of the Calvary Baptist Church met in circle groups Monday. Topic for the program was "Tares In The Kingdom". ; Mrs, S- B. McGee was hostess to Circle One members and one visitor, Mrs. AzcUc Lester. Opening grayer was given by Mrs. Inez Gentry and Mrs. noy Smith presided during the business session. Mrs. Donald Aycock gave the devotional. Those who participated on the program were Mrs. Gentry, Mrs. J. c. Cherry. Mrs, McGcc. Mrs. I J. R. Gcnn and Mrs. Roy Smith. Mrs, McGce dismissed the group yith prayer_ } Circle Two met nl (he home ol Mrs. B. L. VasLblndcr with five visitors, Mrs. Roy Porct, Mrs. Tom Brown, Mrs. Lee Powell. Mrs. J. B. Henry and Mrs. Frank Westnll pre- .vnr.. Devotional wns given by Mrs. H- J. Fondren. Mrs. Vnslblnctcr was in charge of the program and was assisted by Mrs. Vcrnon Boyd, $frs. Lucien Galncs, Mrs. J. E. England and Mrs. p. Hi Jernigan. Prayers were given by Mrs. Lee Powell and Miss Clco Bradley.: Refreshments wore served lU each meeting by the hostesses. Baptist Girls Auxiliary Meets With Mrs. Brewer The Intermediate Girls Auxiliary Of the First Baptist Church met Monday afternoon at the home of JD. A. R. Luncheon Is Given At Hotel Noble Mrs. James Hill Jr. and Mrs. C. F. Tucker \verc hostesses yesterday to members of the charlevolx Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution with a luncheon at Hotel Noble. Other than the 10 members present, there were two giie-ils, Mr.s. John W. Kdrington ol Osccola, who was the ;;ucst speaker, .-md Mrs. Edwin Cure. Mrs. Hill, regent, presided during the business meeting, after which Mrs. Edrlngton discussed and explained the state projects. Tiie table, :it which the lundicoii was served, was centered with an attractive arrar.flcmcnt of jonquils. Other decorations were used to carry out the St. Patrick's Day theme. » » • Mrs. Brooks En certains Frl-Towu Club, Guests MM. Sanford Boone nnd Mrs, Albert K. Taylor were guests yesterday afternoon when Mrs. James I^c Brooks entertained members of Tr:Town Bridge Club at her home. During the afternoon bridge games, pries were won by Mrs. Gene Tcalord, high and Mrs. Harry N. Whit is, second high. Entertaining rooms of the home held bouquets of gladioli In attractive arrangements. The hostess served a salad course. Number Nine W. M. U. Meets With Mrs. Hart The Women's; Missionary Society of Number Nine Baptist Church met Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Marvin L. Hart for their monthly business meeting. Mrs. W. L. Rhoads. president, opened the meeting with (he repeating of the watchword and opening prayer was given by Mrs. Leo Lxxi- son. Mrs. Frank Coats gave the devotional taken from Psalms. Ten members and two visitors, Mrs. Frank rrichard and Mrs. Maggie smith attended the meeting. A social hour followed the meeting. Mrs. E. R, Reid, Mrs. Billy Reid and Mrs. J. w. Wright spent Monday In Memphis, where Mrs. Billy Reid and Mrs. Wright consulted Ihelr specialist's. Mrs. Leon Ocimlng Is ill lit her homo on West Ash SI. The Rev. nnd Mrs. fi. E. Slnin- son o( Hot Springs, ure spending several days here n s guests of Mr.s. SlnijMon'.s slstrT ; Mrs. A o H'jd- son and Mr. Hudson and Mr. and Mrs. tarry Gainmcter. The Rev. Mr. Simpson Is superintendent ot the Methodist Hospital in Hot Springs and from here they will RO to Memphis where they will (Ulcnd the Tennessee Hospital As-soclatioii- »1 meeting, Thursday »nfl Friday. Mrs. W. 8. Williams ha.s been dismissed from the niylhnvllle Hospital where she had undergone treatment for Ihc past .several mouths. Mrs. Jack Owen was dismissed from tlie Walls Hospital yesterday U'hcre she underwent an appendectomy a week Ago. Her condition is satisfactory. C. W. Hamey, \vho underwent a major operation Mrmd.iv at the Memphis Methodist Hospital. Ls quite 111. Mrs. Ramey and sons, Preston »nd J. P- Ramey of Blytheville. and his daughter, Mrs. Alfred Gray oJ Conway, ure there with him. UcuL and Mr.s. R. S. Ragcr and children, Lura Lee »nd Ricky, left this morning for Denver, Colo., where Lieutenant Rager will be stationed at. Lowery Field, after spending several days here with Mr.s. Rager's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben T. Mays. Lieutenant Ragcr will also attend .school there. Mrs. RRger Is the former Miss Mnrjorle Mays. Mrs. Prank A. Owen Sr. of Mem ... ..,. _......„ „.„ .. w ,,.^ „, &nn ls stlrvlvcfl uv two dalichtcrs. Mrs. Shelbourne Brewer Avith five, Mrs.-Sample and .Mrs. Joe, Wrigta Mother of Blythcviile Woman Dies in Missouri Funeral services for Mrs. Annie McGce, G7, of Advance. Mo., mother of Mrs. Velma Sample of Bly- thevillc. will bo conducted tomorrow afternoon at the Advance Methodist Church at I o'clock. Burial will follow in Morgan Memorial Park there. Mrs. McGce died o! a heart ailment in the Popular Bluff Hospital Monday night, where she had been a patient for several days. She had been in ill health for a number of momh.i. She was the widow of Dan S. McGce. who <licd three years ago. She is survived by two daughters. Princess Margaret's Latest Portrait WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 1948 Two BIythevifle Women Are Honored By Daughters of American Colonists Two Blythevllle women were elected of[lcci- 5 m, Hie iwcnty-Ilrst :minral assembly o[ the Arkansas Society of the Daughters ol the American colonists at, Hie Hotel Msi-lon In Little Rock yesterday. Mrs. James B. Clark was elected as state regenl aiitl Mrs. o. W. Mc- Ciitcheon as corresponding .secretary. Other officers elected arc: Mrs. Gordon N- Freeman, pine Princess taarearet, youngest daughter of Britain's King George and Cjuccn Elizabeth, presents B regal .ippc.irance in lier bfest portrait. She is wearing the finery and the guwn she wore al her sister's wedding. (Conr. photo by Dorothy Wilding from NEA.) Coming Events Social Calendar Wednesday Mrs. W. H. 0'K.ecte. the former Miss June Gosnell, will be honored with a miscellaneous shower at the R. B. Purvis home, with Mrs. T. H. Caraway, Mrs. Grace Wilks ami Mrs. Purvis as hostesses at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. H. H. Houchlns will be llos- Club at 2:00 p.m., sponsored by members of the Blytheville Women's Club. Civic Calendar Tuesday .. City Council—8:00 p.m. \Vcii" esclay Kuviuiis Club—12:10 p.m. Thursday JJoUry Club—12:10 p.m. first vice resent; Mrs. Charles H. Stone, Payeltevllle, second vice regent: Mr.s, W. A, Taggaii, pine Dliiff. cliaplain; Mrs. Prank D. Learning, Little Hock, recording secretary; Mrs. Lawrence L. Drownc, Faycttevllle, registrar; Mrs. William Nash, Little Rock, treasurer and Miss Louise Plank, Bentonville, historian. The society voted (o give $100 towards restoration of the Dwighl Mission at liussellville and $40 to the Keel Cross. Guest speaker at tlie meeting was Dr. John Trotter, v,'ho told of his nutrition discoveries among Eskimos. Several musical selections, including a piano recital, and a review of the life of Thomas Jef- , ferson were presented during the I It program. A feature of the as sem- bly wns a report from the James McCutchcn chapter of the children of American Colonists. clrawal from the creative arena. Just where would an. Intelligent woman have a better chance to use her creative Influences than In the home? As a wife, mother and homemaker she exerts plenty of Influence. The home in which her husband lives and her children rjrow ......., HP Is of her making. She has the Bluff, ( power to make it a place where a We the Women A New York, educator claims that for women to carry, settle down and have a family constitutes with- farnlly can live happily together, where the children learn right from wrong and absorb kindly, tolerant attitudes. As a homemakcr a woman can draw around her and her family a circle of frleiid.s. Whether or not that circle is intelligent and stimulating is largely up t 0 the wife. 1-ook B»yond the Dishes Once her children arc ailin school she lu'more'free hours than most working woman to put her mind to community problems. Of course, there are plenty of homcmakers who, once they have a home and a husband, do settle clown into dull, routine lives But. such women wouldn't have made any creative contribution anyhow Marriage doesn't stifle a woman, gives her the best chance a woniun can liavc to leave her niai* on the world. If she doesn't see the many possibilities for self-expression that.are open to her as a wife. JJiollier and home-maker, she Just sn't looking beyond the dishes 1» the sink. |Mmnrj maus; there Friday to Join him. Mr. and Mrs. U. S Branson have as their guests Mr.s. Branson's mother, Mrs. W. B. Fullcrton of Dawson Springs. Ky., and her sister, Mr.s. Haze) ohern ot Hannibal, Mo., for several days. MLss George Ann Stihvell has returned to Arkansas State College, Jonesboro. where she Is a student after spending the weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oc-orge Stllwcll. Condition of Kelton Francis, who underwent a minor operation yesterday at Campbells clinic In Mpmphts. is satisfactory. Mrs. Piskc Miles Jr., and Charks members present. Following the singing of the G. A. hymn and the saying'of the "watchword. Miss Beverly Jones, president, presided during a short business session. During the -program, work was done on the project "Forward Steps". ' The group was dismissed .with prayer, after which a social hour Tras held and refreshments were served. -•' - • • • Pot Luck Supper Given At Methodist Church The Senior Class and Young Peoples Clasi of the First Methodist Church met lajt night at the church for a pot luck supper. The table -was centered with a bouquet of Spring flowers, flanked by, yellow tapers burning in crystal holders. Following the supper, folk games vere played under the direction of James Howell, counselor. The group later worked on their paper, "News Letter", which Is a monthly edition. • At The Hospitals ; Bljlheville Hospital Disrni-ssed: Mrs. bllle Gaines, city. . Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Jesse Grimes and baby, Osceola. - ' • : of Silva, Mo., and one son. Dudley Barks of Advance ,12 grandchildren and ten great grandchildren. Mrs. Sample and daughters. Misses Fioy Ann. Juanlta.nnd Gc- nevlcvc-left this afternoon for Advance. Two B/xt/ieyif/e Women Attend Michigan Rites Mrs. J. W. Lacey ot Blythevllli! and Mrs Walter McGarrity ot Memphis have returned from'Niles, Mich., where they attended the funeral of Uicir sister. Mrs. Bertha Matthews, who was found dead in her apartment March 8. Death was apparently caused from a leaktn? gas jet. Other than her .staters, she Is survived by one daughter, Mrs. George Boyett, also ot Blyihevllle. Mrs. Nailling /i Hostess To 2 Table Club, Guests OSCEOLA, Ark., Mar. 10.—Mrs. R- L>. Nallling was hostess to two tables of club' members yesterday at her home together with three guests. Mrs. W. V. Alexander. Mrs. L. K. Harwiug and Mrs. Myron T. Nallling. During the afternoon when bridge games were played. Mrs. Ed Simmons won high score and Mrs. Alexander, second high. Potted plated in garden dishes with Mrs. W. J. Wundcrllch. Sudbury P.-T. A. meeting at 3:00 p.m., preceded by Executive Board meeting at 2:30 p.m. Thursday Pidells Class of the First, Baptist Church will have class partv a', the home of Mr.-. J. J. Cooksto'n on B. Davis at 7 o'clock. Mr.s. Raymond I Schmuck is co-hostess. ! Two table club meeting at tlie home of Mrs. R, J. Oillespie at 2:00 p. m. Mrs. Clyde Elurldge entertaining members of the Friendly Eight Club at her home. Mrs. A. G. Little entertaining Friday naiuc) vi vjuii-aftu. i.t., »ii..<-i< ^...- . \Veslevan nuilf) nf ihn vit-cf T^£ *X$%SZ%£ |.™ « ------ Sat unlay Benefit Bridge at the Woman's Thursday i Klwanis Club meeting al the Elementary School at T.OO p. m. Friday Two table club meeting at the home of Mrs. Zeke Pollord, Victoria at 2:00 p. m. rs. sc s ., Hamcy ot Chicago. 111., arrived tins i ' TO COOL BURNS SCALDS CHAFING Quickly apply soothing and comforting GRAY'S OINTMENT with KS wholesome antiseptics nnd nature aiding- medication. Nothing else IIKC it—nothing so comforting—or pleasant for externally caused skin troubles. 35c. Get a, pack ace today. SHEETS Finest Count Non-Starched 81 x 99 First Quality Sheets—None Better $2.59 Sheets aren't a part of our regular Hue of merchandise. However, chance presented us with a golden opportunity to buy these sheets at a low price and sell them as a service to our customers at only a small markup. You'll agree when you sec them, they arc truly fine quality merchandise. I. Rosenfhal, Inc. 226 West Main Street Phone 2562 phis Methodist Hospital.' P. T. A. to Present 'Womon/esj Wedding" LUXCXRA. Ark. March 10—The Luxor a Parent Teachers' Association Is presenting • "Womanless Wedding" In the hlgli school gymnasium Thursday night at 1:30. Those taking part on the program are: Henry Wrieatheart, uncle of the bride. W. E. Head: Mrs. Whcath- eart, aunt of the bride. John Thweatt; Mrs. Nosey Toadwine, K neighbor, Roscoe Coleman: Miss Ubica Scliatchfeed. Jilted sweetheart, Joe Gentry: Miss Nccdza Mann. C. Rainwater, matron of honor, Sudie Cecil: Mr. Percy Birdseed, best man, Rev. A. B. Hilj; Mr. J. Fliv,crton Barley, groom. James Driver; Adani Tumfpseecl. Offichl splicer.- W. L. Hanna; Tiny Oats.] bride, Bowen Thompson; Mr. Know-'' zls OaLs. father ot the bride. Ancrl Montgomery; Kate and Duplikate Cornsmut, flower girls. Dodson Grimes and Frances Barron: Ike Carryall, trainbcarcr, Ty Adams; Mike Carryall, trainbcarcr, Aulcii Chilwood: Mrs, Green Turnlpsccd, pianist. J. W. Cady; Guests, Vironica Lake, Lawrence Clark; Zoriiiii, Rucst, Tom Collls; Sis Eatyer Oal.s. | ic! > La kc, Lawrence Clark; Zoriiiii. baby sitter of bridc.-Ray B. Whit- I °- c - Driver: Lann Turner, Marvin more; Aunt Hominy Grits, colored ' Spann Wilson: Dorothy Lamour, nurse, Ray Olive; Pattic Rock N i F "rrest Slanficld: Jeanctlc Mac- Ke. siandfather of brlrfc, j o tm ' Dollalt| . BII| V Dyc-s-s: Oracle Allen, Franklin Bowen; Glanny Rye, s - c - '"Kram: Zazu Pili.s. Leonard grandmother of bride, d. S. Olive; | Ellison; Heinle Pinkie, the photoR- ] Mrs. Oats, mother of bride. A. 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