The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 7, 1949 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 7, 1949
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PAQB FOUR (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Amelia Saliba, Society Editor 9 Piione 4'ICl ' Dessert Bridge Given •,' Honoring Miss McAdams ' Miss Jane McAdams, who Is being' complimented with several interesting events prior .to her marriage to Thomas Browning, was again honored when Mrs. Sanford Boonc and • Mrs. Joe Pride Jr. entertained with a desssert bridge. Twelve guests attended the affair which was held at .' Mrs. Boone's home, 1034 Walnut. Attractively arranged In the rooms where bridge was played, • were crystal bowls filled with Jon- ..Qui'ls tulips and gladioli In pastel , shades. ' During? the evening games, hiijli ? score went to Mrs. Charles Ultlncr • with Miss Patty June Davis re.' celving second high and Mrs. Stan; ley Gresley. bridgo. \ The honoree was presented sll- j ver Individual salt and pepper sets from the hostesses. : Afternoon Party Given i Honoring Mrs. Wilson Mrs. C. E. Wilson wns honored ; on her 75th birthday Monday when : her daughter, Mrs. Russell Man, entertained with an Informal aft' ciiioon coffee at her home, 909 Holly. ; Approximately 36 guests called bc- • tweeii the hours of 3 and 5. Mrs. • H. B. Jamison of Greenwood, Miss., was an out ol town guest al the affair. The dining table, from which refreshments wore served, was overlaid with an ivory satin cloth and . centered with a white birthday cake decorated In pink. White tapers In • silver holders flanked the centerpiece, casting a soft glow over the setting. Adding to the attmctiveness : of the decorations on the table was : a wreath of green fern enterniin- ; Bled with pink baby breath encircling the cake. Centering the' buffet In the dining room was a huge silver basket filled with an arrnnge- . mcnt of pink and white spring flow'; ers with white tnpers In sliver candelabra being gilacerl at each side. :'; Mrs. I. M. Castlio, Mrs. J. R. Mnrr . and Mrs. Robbie Shousc presided at the tallie. •^ During the afternoon, Mrs. Wilson ^[ opened her Rifts. She was also presented a corsage of varlgaled pink Miss Kissell Is Wed To Roy Ellis Muixlaugli A wedding of marked simplicity bul impressive was solemnly.ccJ lueiday, April 5, at 'I In Hie evening at tne *irst Presbylerian Church in Osceola wheu Miss Murlynn Kis- icll, daughter of Harmon A, KIssHI ma tliu late Mrs. Kissell, alsu ul Jtjtcola, became the bride ol Uuy ants MinuaUBh, son ol Mr. and All's. Williiun (J. Muruaugli ol JacK- son, UVnn. 'the ceremony was suiti by tin; Hev. Lt. T. Lawrence in u selling ul iiuva'i's itnu canulehynl. The liow- rs were purple Uulcn Ins ami bri- ual wreatn in noor baskets arranged uehind the church rail which was outlined In roped greenery, silhouetted against a background al catne- Ural tapers burning in branched wrought Iron candelabra and centered with iin lllunmmtcd cruss. A program of nuptial music was presented by Mrs. Junn Anmew kd- nngum, Osceola organist. Her numbers included, "1 Love You Truly" uj dime Jacobs Bond, the imoi- tioiul TVtddmg marches and soil strains, of "Clare De Lime" liy Ue- uussey was heurcl during the cx- cnange of vows. She wore u summer while suit, complimented with a pink carnalluii corsage. Mrs. Monroe Foriitice of Osceola was Ihe matron of honor and the bride's only mu-iujnm. She chose a light blue dress of linen worn with ack accessories nnd her corsage as of pink carnations. Tlie bride, given In marriage by er father, was attired in un odn- al two piece dress of white and avy blue linen, designed with Ihe liite fitted coat ending In Irish ce, with a high neckline and eevcs of tnce forming a cape el>et. The full length skirt of navy me was shirred In the back. She ore matching accessories and cared a white prayer book topped •Illi a lavender orchid. Monroe Forshce of Osceola nerved Ir. Miirdaugh as best man. After a week's wedding trip to ihe Gulf Const, the couple will return Bits of News .Business Meeting Held ;By Alpha Beta Chapter ; The Alpha Beta Chapter of Ep: silon Sigma Alpha chapter met '•.: Tuesday night at the home of Miss ;: Katliryn Thompson with tLavonne Portlock as co-hostess for '.• a business meeting. Ten members were present. '.' Miss Thompson, president, presided during the business session at which time reports were given , by officers and committees. Plans "were also discussed for the rush ' program anj the Jewel pin ceremony- Ihe home. The home was decorated will ". crystal vases filled with jonquils '• the sorority flower. • Following the business session ' the hostesses served refreshment, ''of a dessert course. Jerry Ihth-y wu.s olwled a.s president and Tummy Sylvester, elected ns secretary ot the Algiha Phi Chapter 01 the sltunn Phi Fraternity for 1!>I9-L>0 at Arkansas Stale College in Jone.vbnro. They are the -son.s of Mr. and Mrs. Don Haley and Mr. Jind Ali.%. Halplgh Sylvester oJ Bly- tlH'UllC. Condition of Mr.',. Arch Undsey, who underwent an operation Saturday afternoon at Walls Hospital, Is Improved. She was dismissed from the hos|>ItHl yesterday and is now nt hci home on North Franklin. Mrs. P. fi. Jamison of Greenwood, MI.S.S., Ls visiting with friends and relatives In lilythcvillc. Mrs. Charlie Wyliu Is spending several days In Arkadelphia. where she Is visiting with friends and relatives. Mrs. B. F. Gay Ls visiting! in Memphis this week as truest of her son, B. F. Guy Jr. and Mrs. Gay. Mr. and Mrs. Cirovcr Jackson of ;towah were the guests yesterday of Mrs. Jackson's sister. Mrs. Don Haluy and Mr. Haley. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Logan visited (or several days in Mississippi where the guests of Mr. and Mis. A. Scobey in Lexington and with Mrs. Lofinn's sister, Mrs. C. J. Lewis and Dr. Lowus In Meridian. They were ncconipnincd home by her mother. Mrs. A. L. SUlebotlom, also of Meridian, who will lie their Mrs. Charles Crigger and Mrs. Arthur Vance spent yesterday in Memphis. Condition Crippled Children's Fund To Get $250 as Result of Club's Pancake Breakfast Approximately $250 was obtained froi". ^ public pancake breakfasl sponsored by thu Kiwanls Club last week a:id will be used to aid under- vllcxjd children, according to ii report made at the weekly meeting; uf (he club yesterday noon In Hotel Noble. An estimated 500 persons attendee the pancake breakfast, held in the Biytncvllle Motor Co. showroom to obtain Junds for the club's imder- l.Tlvlleg(.d children projce't. The report on the proceeds was made by Cecil lyjwc. member of the breakfast coi/imKtee, which was headed by Tom Little. Jr Following the business session yisterniy an Army film was shown. Guests at the meeting included D. L. Oiiffith, Jr., of Memphis, and Dick Hanuury. Jack Chamblin, Geoi'Ks HUbbard E. F. Coatcs, Atidy tiodge.'. Roland Anders, Hay Morgan. i'<alph Wilson and Johnny White, nil of B'ythcvillc. o Osccola. The bride wore to ling a green gabardine suit with lack- accessories and her bridal or- hid at the shoulder. Out of town guests and relatives vho attended were: Mr. and Mrs Villlam O. Murdnugh of Jackson •enn.. parents of the bridegroom- VrV. and Mrs. W. O. Murdaugh Jr. Memphis; Mrs. Richard Piifrh anil laughter, Laura, Holland, Mo.; and Mrs. John T. Evans of Lake Worlli •'la. of Mrs. T. J. Mahan, Lutheran Woman's Guild Holds Regular Meeting The Womnn's Guild of the First Lutheran Church met last nlRht at the home of Mrs. Hcrmiin Hoffman the home of Mrs. Herman Hoff- mnnn with right members and one guest attending. The meeting opened with n poem, 'An Easter Message" by Mrs. Fred llelchel. Mrs. WcUlon Nebel read and invitation to the .spring ?.onc meeting to be held In Little Rock on April 28. Delegates voted to attend were Mrs. Hoffmann. Mrs. Ollic Schwartz and Mrs. Mcl.cod. It was announced that a • certificate of membership to the L.W.M.L. had been received. The windows for the new church were discussed, after which the group wius dismissed with prayer. Refreshments were served by the hostess. THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1949 Coming Events Social Calendar 'J'Jiwiiku' The Jayceetlcs will mctl at the Rustic Jnn al 7:liO p.m. Tlic Nu Phi Mu Sorority will meet- al tlif home of Miss Jane Slielton with Mrs. Uoiothy Gueiin as <xj- at. 8 p.m. Friday Mi-.-; a. O. I'octn will entertain the Pfiday Contract Club. The C. B. C. Club will be enter- buncd al the home of Mrs. A. A. Hardy. Mrs. Bub Porter will be hosU'ss to the Friday Club members. Saturday M.S. E. I.. Hale, MI-B. Aiiluir V'uiicc, Mrs, F. E. muck and Mrs. W. J. Pollard wil he hostesses at a tla.ict Saturday night at the Woman'., Club complimenting Miss Ila and her fiance Johnson Civic Calendar Thursday Rotary club, Hotel Noble— 12:10 p.m. VIvs. Logan Entertains Bridge Club and Guests Mrs. J. W. Adam*. Mrs. s. L rune and Mrs. H. G. Pnrtlow were ;ucsU yesterday with members of he Town and Country Club when MTS. Bob Logan entertained at her ionic. 413 Ensl Kentucky. Vases of mixed spring flowers In soft, shades were used to dccorato who WBS admitted to Walls Hospital Moiiduy wher 1 .' she Is midcr(jolni! treatment, \s Improved. Mre. Georst-' I.eo aiut Mrs. Love Auanis will velum Uxluy from Little Rock where they are attending the State Woiiinn's Club meeting of tlio F\,rrcM City District. They went to Utrlc Rook last Sunday. Condition of Mrs. Herman Adalr. who underwent a major operation at Walls Hospital Tursdny mom- Ing, Is Improved, iler sister-in-law. Mrs. W. A. Drecdlovc, who came In lie with Mrs. Aduir for several days while in the hospital, returned to her home in Tupelo, Miss. Mr. line 1 . Mrs. Jack Mister of Blythcvtlle are the parents of a (laughter born yesterday at Walls Their second child, she has bciin unmeet Donna Lynn. Mrs. Mister is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Morris of Blylheville. . . . . , .. . . . , . _.„ .......... _. Mldrileton were in charge of the has been secvired. and that sgionsor- program on Child Welfare and Pan- : ing organizations were being; mail' In the bridge games played, Mrs. '. D, Foster received high score with Mrs. Adams receiving second high. The hostess served refreshment* after the games. 'Mrs. Wren Entertains 'i'Blytheville Book Club Mrs. Grover Wren, was hostci . last night when she cntertainei the Blythcville Rook Club at her -•' :Jiome. V Pottery vases filled with arrange ments of spring flowers in varloti colors were used to decointe Ul . rooms where rook was played. -:• High score went to Mrs. J. O Huey during the games with Mr : O. O. Bikini winning second higl L Mrs. R. A. Copela-nd, rooko an • Mrs. Albert Eriaerlln, low. .' A dessert course was served by [ •- the hostess. • * * la Petite Club, Guest Meets With Mrs. Vance Mrs. Arthur Vance was hostess i Tuesday when she entertained the ' La Petite Club together with one guest, Mrs. Fred Rutherford at her home. Mrs. Eric Whtllcy won high score during the bridge games played • with second high being won by . Mrs. F. E. Ulley. Bouquets ol spring flowers were attractively arranged throughout ' the entertaining rooms of the home. . The hostess served refreshments of a desert course. Royal Service Program Held by Armorel W.M.U. The Annorcl Bngitlst Women's Missionary Union met Tuesday afternoon at the church for n Roynl Service program. The devotional was given by Mrs. W. O. Awten followed by prayer by Mrs. F. E. Rebstock. Mrs. C. C Elliott was in charge of the afternoon program. Others taking part Eastern Star Meets The O.sceola Chapter of the Eastern Star mot nt the Masonic Hall Tuesday night, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Lloyd, worthy matron and worthy patron, presided and Mrs. Geneva Mendon was Initiated. MIR. Frances Bogan of Luxora member of the Distribution Com T mittee in the General Grand Chapter, lold of her recent visit lo the Louisiana Grand Chapter Goldei Jubilee session held in Shrevei>or last month. A sticlal hour followed with Mrs Josh 1 Cook as refreshment chairman and Mrs. Addle Williams chairman of decorations. Spring flowers decorated the lounge, and the Kaste: motif was carried out In refresh mcnta and table decorations. on the program were Mrs. Henry prayer. Uerry. Mrs. W. L. Smith and Mrs Frank Mays. The- group was dismissed wilt Mmmm— DELICIOUS! Read Courier News Want Ads. Gives Welcome Relief From Miserably Weak, Sluggish Feeling : Yes, this tact has been time-Ustcd ,! and proved by Doctors. Better days , will oe yours, too. So why wait when ; ; there is no need to continually Jccl ; so poorly when you should really be '^enjoying life again. '-^ An .?PP«U>ang portion of SSS ; Tonic before meals does wonders for - '.the blood. Thk famous medicine gets i .'at the seat of the trouble, In nutritional anemia, by building back the •_Dlooa strength. Thus your blood .vstream is better able to release en' crgy and freshness to every- muscle, ; : fibre, cell. Soon you can tell the dtf- ' ? ou feel and lookl ; SSS Tonlo has helped hundreds s of thousands of people, without any ••nsanlc, trouble or focni infection, to i : really f eel better, more vi g orous bet;;ter able to enjoy living. • Take none less than this effec lively-proved medicine to relieve ; your misery. Take SSS to build-up •your blood strength, whet the appe- i ,tHe, tone-up your stomach. Get SSS !. Tonic from any Drug Store today. >' Take Only Th« Beit Half Moon News Half Mtinn News Mrs. Ihrschel Alexandra. Carlton and Neta Carol and Mrs. T. Alcxenader spent the weekend 'n Salem, IIL, as guesUs of Mrs. Norn Austin and Mr. Austin. Mr. and Mrs. On-ill Mitchell Imvc returned home after visiting; In Hot Springs for several days as guests of Mrs. Mitchell's parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Roland. Joe Baker and daughter, Settle o of Oran, Mo., visited with friends nd relatives here last week. Condition of Coy Tweedle. who las been ill in his home for the mst few weeks is satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Buck visited n Poplar Bluff. Mo. this week as nests of Mr. Buck's mother. Mrs. 'ohn R. Buck. Hoy Seoul Troop Meets The Beaver Patrol Boy Scouts net Wednesday night for a regular nccting. Donald Barnes was clect- d as patrol leader with Junior Richardson as assistant. Those who ittended included. Jimnile Austin, enc Wade. Donald Barnes, Carl- .on Alexandra. Lcroy Richardson. Charle.s Peoples. Junior Richardson, uid Roland Mitchell. Legion Auxiliary Holds Regular Meeting at Hut The Legion Auxiliary met Tuesday night at the Hut for their business and social meeting with H members and one guest, Mrs. Inen Cnstcll, present. Mrs. B. p. Stewart, president, presided over the meeting, during which time reiXKts were heard from the various officers. Mrs. J. S. Godwin. Mrs. Paul Marion and Mrs. Stewart, who were delegates at the spring conference in Little Rock, told of their visit to fort Boot mid 'he work the Auxiliary is doing in connection with the paticnt.s in the hospital there. Mrs. C. S. Biiggett reported that 16 essays have been turned In Irani students of Blylheville HiRh School who are entering the "Americanism" contest. The essays will be Judged p.nd sent to the state de- Happy Over Escape from Inferno Mrs. Arnold Adcrman (right), 24, snuK'es her son ns her husband looks on at EffiiiBham, 111. She was in the it. Anthony's Hospital when fire swept the building, killing more than 50 persons. She was helped from her second floor room to a nearby home where she was delivers a son. (AP Wirepholo). Legion Auxiliary Launches Plans To Select Girls' State Deleoates American Lejjloii Auxiliary leaders said today that, the annual Girls State was to be sponsored by the unit ai;ain (his year and tliat the tentative g)lans had been made, setting Ihe date of the meeting from June -1-11 at Camp Joseph T. Robinson, near Little Rock. Mrs. J. M. Cleveland was named chairman of the uuxiliary committee, and said today that organ- i live, will izattons wishing- to sponsor candi- pany the functions of intelligent future voters, office holders and wives Arkansas statesmen. Miss Effie Lee Terrell, guidance j lnent decorated the club rooms. Sudbury Hew President Of Jaycee Group Known As Exhausted Roosters J. T. Sudbury was elected president o' " ie Exhausted Roosters Clu'-, an "alumlni" branch of the HhtJievillc Junior Chamber of Commerce, at a meeting; last nig;lil al Abe and Lonnie's Cafe. Wytm CampbcjJ was elected vk-e }iex!d':nv. Bancroft Terry, secretary ind f',i:-ris Mct'alla. treasurer. /(&. frudbury succeeds Carl Judd 'fls "csldent Two Honorary members were elect.. They arc O. W. Coppedge and W E. Wade. The Koosters me Jaycces who l.uvc passed the club's maximum e Ijini' of 36. The qroup voted to appropriate $2b for the Ll-iyc' War Memorial to be evected iiere A iiiinislrei show was suggested t!> a rund-rnising project the club 11= plan.iing t o obtain 5500 for use un tiie inyceo clulihouse under con- strucfon Rotary Anns Guests Of Osceola Civic Club Rotary Ann night was observed Tuesday when members of the Os- ceulu Rotary Club entertained with a dinner at the Osceola Community House with 135 guests and mcmbm attending. W. n. Colbert, president, was Ihe muster of ceremonies and in charge of all arrangements. He Introduced the guest speaker. Senor Roberto de lu Rosa, of Aiexico, who is the Goodwill Representative from the St. Louis Consular office. He spoke on the "Fourth Object of Rotarv " Early spring flowers in mixed /M. ors outlined the banquet table aTid tall baskets of a similar arrange- counsellor for the Blylheville High School, has been asked a act as senior counsellor for the Blythc- ville delegation. A junior counsel- lor, preferably a girl who was previously a Girls' State repivsentu- be named also to accom- piirtment to be entered in the state I dates should contact her before May the Blythevillc group. The Auxiliary donated $25 to the War Memorial Fund which was explained by C. A. Cunningham during the meeting. Following the business session, Mrs. J. M. Russell and Mrs. MA, 1. She asked that she be contacted as quickly as possible, since Girls State is limited to 300 girls ami applications are accepted in the order received. Mrs. Cleveland said that, a list! ALBANY. Mo.. April T f/P)_ of girls approved by the high school I Freddie McQuinn. 34. of Stanberry signed a statement. Sheriff Suspect Confesses Using Crutch to Slay Spinster With Fortune in House Americanism. Mrs. Baggett read an ' ' letters with information con- article entitled. "America Loves Its cernins Girls State, so that early Children", after which Mrs. Louis • selection of candidates could be Zeller gave an article, Pan-Amerl- j made. The girls arc selected for qualities of leadership, character, courage 1 and scholarship, must have can. Mrs. Ed Crouch, chaplain, dismissed the group. Everett Bowman said yesterday, that he and another man beat Miss Mary Hammer. 80-year-old recluse to death with her o-.ui crutch last January 20. Then. McQuinn's statement con- AAUW to Meet PAVETTEVILLE, Ark., April 7 MV-The Arkansas Convention of ihe American Association of University Women will be held here April 23. Hold Revival Services Revival services are being conducted at the True Light M. 8. Church, in Blytlicvillc tills iveei by the Rev. Curley and The Rev. Henderson of Vicksburg, Miss., it Wis announced today by the Rev. L. D. Davenport, pastor. S5.7CO In old currency from the Hammer home. C. .E. Ernst, prosecuting attorney. tinned, the two men carried the I said totl!i y he had not decided what aged woman's body to a barn where Refreshments were served by the j pleted their third year of high | they tried to make it appear the hostesses. Mrs. Russell and Mrs. j school to lie eligible, mid must be I slaying was an I Middieton. accident. approved by high school author!- Sheriff Bowman said that Mc" cs ' i Quinn related he returned to the Eai-'n candidate 'iiu-st be sprm- I house and took some of the money sored by one or more civic, cultural which he knew the woman kept or educational group in Blythe- ' there. vi " e - ! The sheriff said Miss Hammer While at Girls State Ihe can- ' had between S8.000 and $9,000 hid- Teen-Agers Ruled Out As Pro Baby-Sitters DENVER —"x"— %Vr.?n a Denver grandmother. Mr?. Mary Louise. , Dunham, decided -..•; v?;ri'.e p. baby- j oWnles learn through actual par- | den in her home, part of it in a ,.,..„„ ««, ,» r - ce ,>, ~, v o ' this her) "cipation, the fundamental pro-i gallon bucket and in boxes. j cesses of representative type gov- [ McQuinn and four others "They cres:c ;co rr-i.-.y problems." i ernment. and accordiiiK to Mrs. \ held on charges of larceny in con- At The Hosnitals Dismissed: M-s.. Orr\n city. Aicxiuider and baby, Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. E. B. Spaeth Jr. and baby Vcleranr, Housing Quarters, city. Mrs. Fred Pollard, city. says the head o! Baby Sillers. Inc. "Our siu<-rs are all 23 or over and we prefer motrei3. erandmothers, older sisiers or others Tvho under- | stand children and have taken care ' of them." Mrs. Dunham be^an her service ! two years ago and now gets about 1.000 calls a month from parents. Her 200 sitters n.anaec to keep busy Parents have to pay SI per month registration fee to Baby Silters. 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