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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 5, 1949
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, APRIL 8, 1949 Amelia Saliba, Society Editor Phone 4161 Pre-Nuptial Parties Given Honoring Miss Ila Rogers Miss Ha Rogers, bride-elect of Johnson Blackwell was complimented with • dessert bridge /party Jftld»y night when Mrs. B. B. Jackson and. her daughter, Mrs. Joseph W. McHaney entertained at the Jackson residence, 1412 West Main. Kit. T. A. Rogers wu a tea guest. Bowls of snapdragons In soft shades, gladioli and other spring . flowers were attractively arranged In the entertaining rooms of the home. The honoree's place was marked Hth a miniature bride. In the bridge games played, high score went to Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe with Mrs. W. J. Pollard winning second high, Mrs. Ray Whittington, brigdo and Mrs. Joe Evrard, tra- velling; prize. Miss Rogers was presented a corsage and a silver sugar and cream set from the hostesses She chose for this occasion a rbyal blue and white silk shantung frock with blacit accessories. The hostesses were assisted by Miss Frances McHaney. Continuing In the series of pre nuptial parties planned for Miss Rogers was given last night when Mrs. Joe Evrard entertained with three tables of dessert bridge at her home, 14S5 West Walnut. A pink «nd white color scheme was carried out In the decorations of the home. Crystal bowls of tulips »nd snapdragons In pastel shades added to the attractiveness of the decorations in the 'tome. Miss Dorothy Royse was ecor» winner In the evening games with Mrs. W. receiving second high. ; The honoree wore for this affair, a grey taffeta dress with matching accessories. Her frock - MM. W. L. Horner, Mrs. Elton Kirby and Mrs. Harry W. Halnes sper.i yesterday In Memphis. Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Moore left this morning for Kennett, Mo, where they will make their home. They have sold their residence nt 1020 West Main to Mr, and Mrs. Cecil Earls who plan to move there after remodeling and redecorating the house. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Conway spent yesterday In Memphis. Mr. and Mis. Freeman Robinson an: the parents of a iluughtcr born yesterday morning at Blythcville Hosi.ilal. The, who has a 3- year-cld sister. Virginia Ann. has been named Susan Elolse. Mrs. Robinson is the former Miss Virginia Simpson I. E. Parkhurst will leave tomorrow for Witchita, Kan., where he will visit his brother. E. R. Parkhurst, who is ill in the Veteran's high Hospital there. Mr. and Mis. Orun Alexander Wedding Plans Announced By Miss Gloria Geldreich Plans for'a wcddlnt! of interest n Osceola were nuute known today jy Miss Gloria Jean Geldreich, IniiKhler of Mr. and Mrs. Roland William Geldrelch of Osceoln, who s to become the bride of Marlon Lee Painter, also of Osceola. Mr. Painter is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph 11. Painter of St. Charles, double ring ceremony will Mo. The be solemnized at 0 In the evening ol Friday, April IS, nt the First MethiKllst Church with the Rev. II. J. Couchman, pastor, officiating. Miss Lita Mnc Lnimuin will be maid of honor uiul lite bride's only comp. lemented with » corsage of »nd white gardenias and carnations, presented to her from the hostesses. She was 'also presented ^ Mrs.' Marcus Evrard assisted In •ervlng. * * * Mrs. Towles Is Hostess ^ :At Sorority "Rush Party" : The Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority had their "rush party" Friday afternoon at the 'home of Mrs. H. C. Towles with " are the parents of a son born yesterday morning at Blythevillc Hospital. 'Hie baby, who Is their first child, has been named Dennis V<?rl Mrs. Alexander Is the former Miss Ruth Hughes. Mr> Jcs4e seeman wns removed this morning from Walls Hospital to her home. 800 West Walnut. Mrs. Seemnn fell Saturday night ami broke n bone In her fool and lias been undergoing treatment at UK hospital since that lime. Mr and Mrs. Clint Anderson are the parents of a daughter born Saturday night at Walls Hospital. She has bnen named Marsha Lynn. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson have another daughter, Barbara Ami, who Ls two years old. Mrs. Anderson is the .former Miss Manola Williams, Mrs. C. R. Collins spent two days In Pine Bluff last week where she was called because of the death of her brother-in-law, D. T. Bledsoe She wns accompalned there by her niece. Mrs. Garland Trimble of Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Haralson and attendant. Hurry D. Paulas will serve Mr. Painter as best man. The young bride-elect Is a graduate of Osceoln School and ISnndy's Secretarial School in Osccnln. She Is now employed us secretary of the Osceoln Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Painter graduated from St. Charles .School and served four years in the Marine Ail Corps during World War II. He Is associated with tin: Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. in Osceola. The couple plnns to reside in Osceoln. Mrs. Boyd Is Hostess To Intermediate G.A.'s The Intermediate Girls Auxiliary of the Calvary Baptist Church met st night nt the home of Mrs. Veron Boyd. t.ela Fay Taxton and nice Sue Boyd were guests at the ceting. The opening prayer wns oP>ied Coming Events Sociol Calendar The Cotillion Club will have a business meeting in Hotel Noble at 7:30 p.m. The Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will meet in their clubroom at 1:16 p.m. business meeting, Tlic Legion Auxiliary will meet tonight al the Hut al 7:30 o'clock for a regular business meeting. Tlic Alpha Beta Chapter ol Ep- sllon Sigma Alpha will meet at the homp of Miss Knthryn Thompson at H p.m. MLSS Luvonnc Portlock will be Wednesday Mrs. Bob Logan will entertain the Town and Country club. Wednesday Club will be enter (allied at the home of Mrs Black. , The Woman's Guild of the First Lutheran Church will meet at the home of Mrs. Herman Hoffman at 7:30 p.m. Thursday Sk*. W. W yUe being an honored M ^-«-»» —^Tent" to Memphis Sunday to attend the Home Show. Wnl'.er Swlnk was admitted to the Methodist Hospital in Memphi. ijgueat. Mr*. Towlfs and Mrs. Gilbert Hammock were in the receiving line. Spring bouquets of gladioli >nd Jonquils were attractively arranged In the entertaining rooms "of the home. The dining table was "covered with «n Ivory cut work lace cloth and centered with multi-colored assortment of snapdragons and itock in a low yellow pottery bowl. -Yellow tapers hi crystal holders flanked the centerpiece. The as- '•orted party foods and punch added to the decorations, on the table. Mrs. T. H. Caraway presided at the 'punch bowl. : Quests who attended were Mrs. Benjamin T. Bcott. Mrs. B. O. Grant, •Mr». Richard Watson, Mrs. I. R. Coleman, Mra. John Cook. Mrs. Joe Davis, Mrs. Charles Abbott, Mrs. : Joe Freeman and Mrs. A. L. Sulll- ~ During the afternoon the purposes "of the sorority were discussed with Mr». Michael O'Keefe discussing the ^traditions of Beta, Sigma Phi. The ;new officers for the year were Introduced, which were: Mrs. T. H. ^Caraway, president; Mrs. Barnes : Crook, vice-president; Mrs. Jim .Bmothennon, recording secretary; Mrs. Ted Lister, corresponding sec- Mrs. Dick Watson, Tlie Jaycectles will meet at the Rustic fun ul 7:30 pm. Mrs. Grover Wren will be hostess lo the Blylhcville ffouk Club. The Avalon Bunco Club will be entertained nt the home of Mrs Norman Speck. The G. N. B. Club will meiH at tlie home of Mrs. Weldon Nebcl Mrs. O. W. McCntchen will be hostess to the Thursday Contract Club. The Mld-Wcck Club will be entertained at the home of Mrs Harry W. Haincs. Mrs. Robert Blaylock will entertain tlie T. N. Club. The Thursday Rnok Club will meet nt the home of Mrs. Nevill Blakemorc. Mrs. Gene Dickinson will be hostess to the Double Four Bridge Club. Ttie Thursday Club will be entertained at the home of Mrs. E J, Cure. Mrs Blnn Heath will be hostess W. M. U. Meeting Is Held AtCalvary Baptist Church Circles One and Two of Hie Calvary Baptist Women's Missionary Union met yesterday nt the church with the meeting beginning at 10 a.m. The group met for their regular, monthly business session and missionary program. for n regular The morning session, presided over by the president, Mrs. Luclan Galnes, consisted of business matters, Various projects were discussed at this time and reports were heard from the officers and committees Mrs. -lack Attnway wns also elected to succeed Mrs. Mark Anderson as Junior O. A. counselor with Mrs Neil Gliding and Mrs. Elmo Con- hell as co-counselors. Plans were made for n day of prayer for community missions with t Mrs. H. J. Fontlren, chairman fi I bchiR in charge of the program. ' j The group also discussed attending tlie workers conference to be held at the Dell Baptist Church Friday. A covered dish "Mnchcon was served following the morning sesslun with the husbands of the members being guests, Theme for the afternoon session was, "Christ the Anrjwer In the Rural Community." Mrs. B. L. Vastbinder wns in charge. The opening hymn, "There Is a Fountain" was Executive Board Meets At Presbyterian Church The Women's Executive Board of the First Presbyterian Church met yesterday at the church for a luncheon meeting. Hostesses were Mrs. Ross Stevens and Mrs. Harvey T. Kldd with Mrs. W. A. Dobyns assisting. Mrs. Harvey T. Kldd. Sr.. of Memphis was a luncheon guest. The three course luncheon wns served buffet style from a long table which was covered with a cloth of lace and centered with a mixed bouquet of spring flowers, small tables at which the The guests were seated, were centered with crystal vases of tulips. The handmade placecarcls added to the decorations. Tlie luncheon was preceded by the annual officers training class, conducted by Mrs. Ross Stevens and Mrs C. M. Gray. They were assisted by Mrs. Roy Walton and Mrs. G. W. Dlllahunty. The rte- voUonal wns given by Mrs. C. P. Rambo. Mrs. Ross Stevens, president, presided during the business session held in the afternoon. Bus/ness Meeting Held By Baptist W. M. U. The Womens Missionary Onion of the First Haptist Church met yesterday afternoon at the church for Ihelr monthly business meeting. The meeting was opened with the •cheating of tlie watchword and he singing of the hymn for the /car. Mrs. W Marion Williams presided during the business session. Jrayer was offered by Mrs. C. L. Avails, ifler which Mrs. C. L. Me- Waters Sr gave a report on the Arkansas W.M.U. Convention held it the Emaiuiel BapUst Church In Little Reck lust week. The theme of the convention was, "The Up. lifted Christ." Those from Blyllic- ville who attended were Mrs. Mc- Watprs Sr., Mrs. Harry Brooks. Mrs. B. C. Brown and Mrs. Charles Ray Ncwcomb. Closing prayer was offered by Miss Cordelia Wilhitc. followed from the | clvcn by the devotional taken book Mrs. of Matthew and Pepgy Germany. Peggy Webb, nftcr which Doro- [ to the Thursday Luncheon Club. ly Lee Rolllson, president, pre- dcd during the business session, o Ann Tedlock was In charge of le program on World Comrade and rose as her topic, "Around the ampflre," Those taking part on the rogram, oilier than Jo Ann, were )orothy Lee Hollison' and Billy ihanks. Peggy Webb was named iniden of the Girls Auxiliary. The necting closed with the singing of he G. A. hymn, "We've n Story to 'ell to the Nation," and sentence irayer. During the social hour a birthday shower was given honoring the iresldent. A salad plate and iced drinks were served by the hostess. The Past Matrons and Patrons will him a Benefit Bridge and Rook Party i.l the Woman's Clubhouse lit 2 p.m The Nil Phi Mu Sorority will meet at the home ol Miss Jane Shelton with Mrs. Dorothy Guerin us co- hostess at 8 p.m. The Thursday Night Club will be entertained at the home of Mv.s. Earl Damon. Saturday M.S. E. L. Hulc. Mrs. Arthur Vnuce. Mrs. F. E. Black and Mrs W. J. Pollnrd wil be hostesses at o da.10 Saturday night at tlie Woman'., Club complimenting Miss Ila Those taking part on the program and their topics were, Mrs. Venion Boyd. "Cod's ~G!ft of the Country": Mrs. Guerinp, "A New Day for the Sounlry"; Mrs. Fondren. "Many Religious Groups fit Work"; Mrs. !3aiTell Lunsford, "Southern Baptist Rural Program" and Mrs. Attaway, 'Rural Church Challenges Women and trie Women's Missionary Society". Special feature of Hie afternoon program was a quartette composed of Mrs. Boyd. Mrs. Carra Pruitt, Mrs. Elmo Council niul Mrs. S. B. McGee singing. "In the Gairlen." They were accompanied by Mrs. Germany nt the piano. The meeting was closed with prayer. Mrs. Lloyd Hostess To Calvary Y. W. A. The Young Women's, Auxiliary of the Calvary Baptist Church met lasi night at the home of Mrs. Beulah Lluyct with 14 members attending Miss Jeun Norman offered the opening prayer. Mrs. Lloyd laugh a chapter in the book, "Handcla p of Ihe Americas" by Dr. Alfred A. Carpenter, followed by the closing prayer by Miss Bonnie Jean Peeple; Refreshments were served by the hostess. Rev. Holder Conducting Pre-Eastcr Services The Rev. Charles B. Holder of Alabama, who is conducting Pre- Easler Services at the First Christian church tills week chose as hi* topic at the meeting last night, "Signlliance of Church Members.'' Dai Hughes of Wales directed the mii^c during the evening and alsq^ presented several solos. ' ' The Rev. Mr Holder will use as his subject tonight, "The Judge- ment ' Delegations from the church of the Nazarone will attend with the Rev. Daniel Stafford, pastor offering prayer Following the services last night, a fellowship period was held, during which time. Mr. Hughes presented several skits. Refreshments were also served during this period. Miss Turner is Speaker ' Before Wilson Teachers Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, elementary school supervisor for the Blytheville Schools, was principal speaker al the faculty meeting for the teaching staff of Wilson's Schools, at the high school in Wilson last night. Miss Turner discussed mental health. There were 34 faculty members present at the meeting. retary. and treasurer. • The model meeting will be held .Wednesday, April 20 at the home 'of Mrs. O'Keefe with the pledge ritual and ritual of jewel being held In the Colonial Room of Hotel Noble, Friday, April 29. • * • Mrs. Alexander Hostess :To Tri Delta Club. Guest . The _ Tr! Delta Club was entertained yesterday at the home o :Mrs. Spencer Alexander. 121 Wes TDavis with Mrs. Herman Carltoi as co-hostess. Mrs. Leonard Old ham was a guest. During a short business meeting Mrs. Charles G. Bittner was elected as president with Mrs. R. B. Stout servi'.ig as secretary and treasurer. • Following the meeting bridge was played with Mrs. Eugene Tea ford winning high score and Mrs. C. L- McWaters Jr. received second high. Attractive arangements of spring flowers were used to decorate the home. The hostess served refreshments of a dessert course. wtare he will undergo an operation Mrs. swlnk is with him. They ex pect to be there for two weeks. Mrs. Pearl Hires will leave to morow for Union City, Tenn.. vher siic will be llic guest of her daugh ter. Mrs. J. W. Dunn, Mr. Dunn an children, Jimmy ami Mary Ann fo several weeks. She will be accom pained to Memphis by Mrs. W. I Stovall who will spend tlie dn there. Mrs. Lillian Frank of Blythevil was guest of Mr. and Mrs. Clarcnc Grigsby at Osceola Monday night Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stevens o Detroit. Mich., arrived to be th guests of Mrs. Stevens' parents, M and Mrs. H. J. Fondren. They pla to return home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Orval O. Elkins Jr. have returned to their home in Fayetteville after having spent several lays' here with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Daws and Mr. and Mrs. Orvnl O. Elkins Sr. Ml s s'Marilyn Dcen, daughter of Mrs. George Smith, has been nam- I ed secietary of the Junior class at an election of officers for the College of Commerce. University of Arkaiisas in Fayctteville. M,-s. Frank Turck. who has spent the last several days as guest of her daughter, Mrs. Henry Cocnen. at Rayvjlle, La., returned to her home In Blylhcville yesterday. Mrs. Fletcher B. Clement Jr. and children, Linda and Fletcher arrived from their home In Denver. Colo., to spend several weeks here as guesUs of her mother, Mrs. Elma Rogers and Ulackwi'l' her fiance Johnson Missionary Study Group Holds Regular Meeting Tlie Missionary Study Group of :he Woman's Council of the First Christian Church met yesterday at the church for a regular program with Mrs. C. A. Tant and Mrs. W. D. Cobb as hostesses. There were 20 members present. ilrs. Tnnt, president, presided during a short business session. The devotional taken from the first chapter of Mark, was given by Mrs. J. C. Lowe, who chose as her subject, "The Master Said." Mrs. Lester D. Strubhav was In charge of the program entitled, "Guardians of Heritage" and spoke on "Guardians of China." Others participating on the program and their topics were, Mrs. Sam Handley, "Living Epistles 1 of China" and Mrs. George Barlmm, "Laymen of China." Refreshments were served by the hostess at the close of the program Wesleyan Service Guild Meet with Mrs. McGuire The Wesley an Service Guild o the Y.irbro Methodist Church met lasi. night in the home of Mrs. Gene MtOulre with 25 members and two guests, Mrs. Zoa Thompson and Civic Calendar Greeks Hear Charges Albanians Aiding Reds ATHENS, April 5 <iP>— Tlie Greek Defense Coordination Council met today to consider charges that Albanians are assisting Communist rebels in a fierce bnttie with Greek nationalist troops in the Grammos Mountain area. The Greek general staff accused the Albanians of "provocative and unconcealed" action in support of the rebels. The statement alleged tlie rebels invaded from Albqpiia, and that livestock seized by the raiders was driven back across the border into Albanian soil. Reinforced Nationalist and rebel Elephant Tax Survives Long After State-Owned Mammal Dies in India HAKOT. India. April 5. (if)— Tnxes pai-t longer than elephants. Lnnhtar State years ago levied ar elephant tax on eight annas (13 cento> a head to meet costs of tiie upkeep of the state elephant. The eli'phnnl died. The tax remained. Sayla State continued, to collect a similar tax for 60 years'after the death of its state elephant. Now that both states arc included in the Saurashtra Union in Western India, the elephant tax has been increased by one rupee (32 cents). Mond.iy , Junior Chamber of Commerce Board—1:30 p.m. Tuesday , City Election—8:00 a.m. •-! Lions Club, Hotel Noble—12:15 p.m. American Legion Auxiliary—8:00 p.m. American 1 Lepion--H:00 p.m. Wednesday Ki'vniiis Club. Hotel Noble—1^:10 Thursday Rotary Club. Hotel Noble—12:10 p.m. Friday Mi:; G. O. Poet?, will entertain the Friday Contract Club. Tnc C. B. C. Club will be enter- the army announced. Crowdcr. Slight improvement was reported today in the condition of the Rev George A. Burr, retired Methodist Workshops Planned WORCHESTER, Mass., April 5. i»vi—Ai the invitation of the Pal- mrr Foundation, Chirk University here will conduct a workshop in chaiaiter and citizenship education during its summer session. The Palmer Foundation is a philanthropy of C. K. Palmer, Arkansas newspaper publisher. Hermit Leaves $169,000 LOS ANGELES April 5. </T) — A hermit who lived in a packing box | shack and rode a bicycle to a store | to buy lood lelt an estate of $169000. Tliis was disclosed in probate court yesterday. The hermit. Wil- lli'in Hcckel, died at. Covina, Calif, in 1047 at the age of 80. No will has been found. ' Max Heckel of New York, a cousin of tlir hermit, is aligned against nine nieces and nephews, contending they are not entitled to inherit the money because they are German citizens. to hear the new RCA Victor A 5 rpm Records! COMEINANDPIAY THEM YOURSELF! Completely distortion-free music! New brilliance and clarify I Now the best costs less! JUST * F£W OF IHl TITUS: _•_ ^"—^ I Love Yon Truly Allan Jones Valse Bluctte Jascha Helfetz Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 First Piano Quartet Are Maria Marian Anderson Hallelujah Chorus Boston "Pops" Orchestra Whiffenpoof Song Robert Merrill Indian Love Call Jeanette McDonald At The Hospitals niythcville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. H. P. Barnes, city. Ray Gene Hughes, city. E. J. Diveans, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Charlie Lockridge and baby, city. Mrs. J. H. Seeman, city. Continuous Shows Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO K.LCN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m 4:30 p.m. Tuesday Only Trouble Preferred with Peffpy Krmdson Selected Short Subject Continuous Showing Every Da? A. taincd at the home of Mrs. A Hardy. Mrs. Bob Porter will be hostess to the Friday Club members. ALAMOGORDO. N. M. IU.P.) — Every day is ladies' day in Alamogordo. Tlic bnttie of the sexes apparently has fallen to the females as far as the public office is concerned. Alamogordo has women employed as: postmaster, county clerk, town treasurer, superintendent of schools, town clerk. U.S. employment service representative, state welfare officer and rent control director. Wednesday Thursday & Friday , 7 ...« l.o l Adams Appliance Co. Inc. 1. W. ADAMS. M*r. >06-08 W. Main Phone 2011 Mrs. Dave Abbott, attending. Thc-me of the program wns based on Enstcr with Mrs. Robert Tliomp son, Mrs. McGulre and Miss Alice Mane Ross taking parts on tlic program. During the business session. Mrs. Jimmy Hcmhy wns elected as a icpre.srntntive of the Bn;nd of Chi i-Man Education. A social hoin wns held followin:: I lie meeting and the hostc.=s scrvrd a dessert course. HOLDENVTLLE, Okla. (U.P.I— Japanese popcorn Is sprouting on the strictly Oklahoma farm of Jim Andrews. Andrews planted some seeds brought from Japan by a re turning soldier and now has 50 (talks of dark, cherry-colored pop corn. Dr. Hunter C. 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