The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 12, 1949 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, July 12, 1949
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PAGE TOUR BLYTHEVTLLE (ASK.) COUBIER NEWS TUESDAY, JULY 12, 1949 Bocleiu. Ateuti Amelia Saliba, Society Editor f Phone 4461 Wedding Plans Announced By Mrs. Warner L. Diilard OSCEOLA, Ark,, July 12—Mrs. H. J. Levenstein today announce the approaching marriage of her daughter, Mr«. Warner Leigh Dillard to Gilbert Bernstein of New Orleans, La., .son of the late Mr. and Mrs, S. D. Bernstein, also of New Orieans. The wedding will be solemnized Sunday, July 17, at 2 p.m., at tlie Temple Israel in BlytheviUe, with Rabbi Alfred Vise officiating. Tlie bride will be given in marriage by her brother, Harry Levenstein of Osreola. A program of nuptial music will be presented by Mrs. Donald Werlz, piauist .and Mrs. R. D. Mears, vocalist. Mikses Mary and Martha Diilard, nieces of the bride-elect, will light the tapers. Mr. Bernstein wilt have as Ills best man, his brother, Coleman Bernsiein of Franklynton, La. Ushers will be Malcolm and Billy Lev- ensiein. brothers of the bride-elect. Immediately following the cere- money, a reception win be held in the recreation room of tlie Temple. The couple will take a trip to Havana, Cuba belore letnrning to New Orleans to make their home. Mrs. Dlllard was the office secretary for Die Osceola Food.';, Inc. Mrs. Bernstein is a graduate of Tti- lane University and is now practicing law in New Orleans. Briile-Klecl Honored The John Edi'inston homo was the scene for a surprise party complimenting Mrs, Dlllarrt, when Mrs. Madeline Allen, Muss Emily Mason, Mrs. W. Hard Edringlon and Miss Mary Elizabeth Balloue entertained' with four tables of bridge. Mrs. Donald Wertz won high score during Die games with Muss June Welbourne winning second high and Mrs. Billy Ayres, low score. A dessert course of cake in the form of bouquets and ice cream in shape ol bridal slippers was served. The honoree chose for this occasion, a kelly green silk shantung dross. Site was presented a gift from the hostesses and also a corsage. Birthday Celebrated By L. 0. Gill Sunday I* O. Gil) was honored on his birthday Sunday when Mrs. Gill entertained with s dinner parly at- their home at 411 N. 6th. The home wa.s decorated with Ht- tractive arrangements of summer flowers with gladioli predominating. Out of town 'gufsls who attended Jncluded, Mr. mid Mis. G. H. Hicks, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Adams and daughter, Mr. and Airs Dallas Stallion and daughter, Hairy Hink-s, Carl Hicks and children. Billy and June, all of Joncsboro, Mr. and Mr.s. Lowell Gil-sad and daughter, Patsy ond Mrs. Lcnnie Travis and daughter, Lena Mae of Detroit, Mich., Mr, and Mrs. Walter Bi.shoff, Osceola, Mr. and Mrs. John Cramer. West Memphis, Mrs. Jim Gill and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Thomas and daughter, Kcnnett, Mo. and Mrs. U. Vance and son, Homersville, Mn. Summer Facial Masks Perk Up Tired, Shiny Skin This girl's facial mask, witch hazel-saturated gauze, is a JumoeV "pick-me-up," By Alicia Flart -VKA Staff \Vriter A mask earns its summer merit badge if it gives a tired face a lift or de-lusters a shiny one. Such a mask can he pulled out of a bathroom cabinet. All you need is .a face-covering piece of cauze and enough witch hazel to Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Pickard ate the parents of a son born Saturday afternoon at Blythevllle Hospital. The baby, who has not yet been named, has an older brother, William Allen Jr., who is two and a half. • Mrs. Walter Cox and children, Jimmle Lewis and SkEppy of Win* slow, Ariz., arrived lo be the guest of Mrs. Rinma cox in Osceola. They formerly made their home in Osceola. Mrs. Cox and sons, were the weekend guest of Mrs. Jim Webb and family and other friends anrt relatives In Blythevllle. P. H. culler returned from • week's visit to Jackson, Miss., where he visited his brother, H. H. Cutler and Mrs. Cutler. Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Seay returned from a trip to Detroit, Mich., and Canada, Before returning home, they were the guests of Mrs. Seay'l brothel, J. H. Jonakin and Mrs. Jonakin Iti Columbia, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Earl W. Abrey and daughter, Nancy of Everett, Mass., arrived Sunday to be the guest of Mrs. Abrey's mother, Mrs. Joe S. DillAhunty and sisters. Mrs. William P. McCaughey and Mrs. Jot B. Evans. They will also visit with Mr. Abrey's aunt. Mis. C. E. Sull- encer In Osceola. Mildred Chambers left Sun- wet it. After eye-holes are cut out I rta >' (or Hnrding College In Searcy. of (he gauze, wring out in witch iiazol, chilled If you have the forc- Ujoncht to stick the bottle beforehand in the refrigerator. To seek oblivion from summer heat nnd fatigile-^or to rid your skin of summertime shine—plaster on this bracer and .stay quiet under it for a few minutes. The Invigorating effect of the mask will be increased, If while it's on your face coolness is rc- neu'cd by rubbing R cube of ice over tile gauze. A small piece of gauze dipped into the same bottle of chilled witch hazel can be used to send you to bed with a cooler and a less-sticky face. If you can't, bear to thrash around on your pillow in an oily film of night cream, wipe it nff, after you've massaged your skin, with swabs of astringent- soaked gauze. Program Meeting Held By Methhodist W.S.C.S. The Half-Moon and Lone Oak Women's Society of Christian Serv- ce met recently at the home of Mrs. B. F. Gay with eight members and two visitors attending. FUR A CHANGE —The ordinary \vristwatrh is going formal these days. This number, featured in New York, conies dressed up in a swank band of ermine. It ran be easily interchanged with B simple black cord band for daytime wear. Parisian Gymnattt and Clown* Lend Style Gear P ARIS—(NEA}— Bathing suit fashions, owe their inspiration to f clowns' costumes, sarongs and exercise suits. An "exercise suit | (lefl) glorified by Pierre Balniain, makes a sens* lion of a hip-lcnglli fring sweater, shorts, socks and cap red and while striped jersey. Harlequin's gay clown suit inspired the bold cotton print which Jean Desses uses to make a swim suit and matching sun shade (above) topped by a white pique beach coat. A full tunic-styled skirt of red and white cotton print (right) wraps sarong-fashion around a reverse-color Desses-designed iwim suil. — By Kosetl* Hargrove, NEA Staff Cor re. pendent. where she will attend school for tlie summer session. She was motored there by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Shearin and Miss Opal Mr.s. E. B. Thomas returned from St. Exmls, Mo., where she spent several riays. Mr. and Mrs. Jack McPhail Clies- mitt of Melbourne, Flu., are the parents of a son born July 6 at a hospital there. Their first child, he lias been named. Jack McPlwil ChesnuU Jr. Mr.s. ChrsnuU is the former Miss Sara Grace Joyner. dmi£hlcr of Mr. and Mr.s. F. B. Joyner of BIytheville. Her sister, Mrs. Freeman Jernlgan of BIythe- ville is .spending two weeks there as their guest. Mr. and Mis. B. A. Lyiich spent the weekend In St. Louis, Mo., where they visited with their son Bert A. Lynch Jr. Corporal and Mrs. Oeorge Workman arc the parents of a daughter horn Friday morning at Walls Kosr pital. The conple'.s first child, she lias been named Linda Jean. Mrs. Workman is the former Miss Helen Crafton. Mrs. M. Emrie returned home i after liai-ing spent last week In The lopic for (he program wn.s j St. Louis, Ma.. wjt|i her mother, "flic United Nations." The rail to MIS. L. Emde and sister, Mrs. Harry warship wa.s given by Mrs. Gay, af- Wccriman.- j er which Miss Mary Lightfoot read Condition of Mrs. Pat Cliitmon. [he scripture. The meditiation wn.s who was di.sinis.sed this morning jivcn by Mrs. R. L. Hawkins. from Walls Hospital where she un- Those taking part on the program i.dcrwenl an operation Uiere last were Mr.s. c. W. Garri^iin. MrsrTweck. is improved. She is now at O. N'. Mitchell. Mr.s. II. C. Buckjhcr home at 408 N. Broadway. County Meeting Is Arranged by WMU at Armorer Approximately 125 women, representing 35 Women's Missionary Unions in Baptist Churches in Mississippi County, are expected to attend the quarterly meeting of the County W.M.U. at Armorel, Friday, Mrs. R. H. Jones ol Osceola, superintendent announced today. The theme of the all day meeting will be "Give Them This Day." nnd the Rev. Carroll Evans of BlytheviUe will give the devotional. Other young people from Mississippi County chin-cites will also participate in the program, since third quarter W.M.U. work emphasizes the use of young people in church organizations. Mrs. EninieU Cross, associational young people's leader, will be in charge of the afternoon session featuring presentations by various groups of Sunbeams, Qirls' Auxiliaries. Royal Ambassadors and Young Women's Auxiliaries. Others who will speak and conduct method conferences in the morning are Miss Joyce Gill of Dell, mission volunteer and student First Baptist W.M.U. Meet in Circle Groups The Women's Missionary Union of lh» First Baptist Church met in Circle Groups yesterday in the homes. Circle One met with Mrs Elva Poe with 11 members present. Prayers wefe offered by Mrs. E. L,. Crouch, Mr.s. E Johnson and Mrs. v.ctoria Gilbert. Mrs. Lloyd Stickrnon taught the lesson. Mrs T. W. Jefferles was lo Circle Two with 11 members ,md one visitor attending. Mrs. Tom Jackson and Mrs. E. P Blomeyer offered prayers and Mrs. C. M. Smai'1. gave the lesson. Mrs, Ah'ill Huffman Jr. was has- Junior Service Auxiliary Plans Big Fashion Show Mrs. Oscar Fendler, president of he BIytheville Junior Service Auxiliary, said today that the club would sponsor a fashion show and a Valentine Charity Ball as projects (or railing funds to promote child welfare projects of the club. Both the fashion show and the ball are to be held as the first In innual events. The Fashion Show is scheduled for September and will be held in cooperation with local merchants and will feature fur display. The show will be directed by Mrs. S. E. Tune with Mrs. R. A. Nelson, assistant director. Mrs. R, A. Porter is chairman of the Valentine Charity Ball. Mrs. Monroe, chairman of the welfare committee, said that preliminary work had been completed for visual testing programs in public schools this fall. She also said that the summer welfare activities, the children's story hour, and the supervision of the Division Street Playground were still inactive because of the polio epidemic. Tile plans were announced following a monthly meetl»g of the executive board at the home of Mrs. Fendler, this morning. Koyal Service Program Held by Baptist W.M.U. Circle Two of tlie Women's Missionary Union of Hie Dell Bapllst Church met at the church last. night for a Royal Service Pro'gram. Tlie meeting opened with the singing of a hymn followed by prayer by Mrs. Curtis Downs Sr. The devotional was given by Mrs. A. A. Caldwell. Mrs. Elsie Latlmer was in charge of the program. Those laking part on the program and their topics were: Mrs. Udell' Newsom, "China's Goals"; Mrs. Harry Cook, "Struggle Against Diseases"; Mrs. Curtis Downs Jr.j "China's Need"; and Mrs. Smith, "Seinun Jo Gaku During the business sea Cook was selected as program chairman to succeed Mrs. Latimer, who resigned. Dismissal prayer was offered by Mrs. Ed Hardin. 1V1IO. Vj.^*l. kuin." • "V' \\ session, Mrs." At the Hosnitals Wall* Hospital Dismissed: J. P. Ramey. Fit. 2. city. Mrs. A. T. Earl, Kennetl, Mo. Coming Events Sociol Calendar Tuesday Mrs. Worth Holder will be hosteK to the Tri-Town Bridge Club Mrs. Weldon Rainwater will en tertaln La Nueve club. Members of the Y, M. Birthday Club will meet at the Dogwood Club, house at 7 p.m. Wednesday The Junior a. A.'s of the First i Baptist Church will meet at the home of Miss Linda Rayder. ThurarUy Mrs. Elva Poe will be hostess to the BIytheville Rook Club. _.. .._,. ..„. The Avalon Bunco Cub will meet lo 12 members of Circle Four at lllc home of Mrs. John Clouse. when they met a t her home. The | Mrs. Albert Taylor will entertain lessoti was taught by Mrs. Mlirion j the Thursday Luncheon Club. Williams and prayers led by Mrs. E. I The Thursday Rook Club will Se P. Hardin and Mrs. R. L. Thompson. Circle Five met with Mrs. C. E. Edcfs with nine members and one Miss Chandler Hostess To Calvary Baptist YWA Miss Joy Chandler was hostess ! last uighl to eight members of the Young Wtmen's Auxiliary of the Calvary Baptist Church when they met at her home. Miss chandler opened the meeting with prayer. Mrs. Jean Norman, program chairman, was in charge of the program entitled, "Oriental Travelogue with Christ," Ench member took part on the program, after which Mrs, Betty LDU Godwin dismissed with prayer. During (he social hour, refreshments were strved by the hostess. Antiseptic Ointment Sottne: SKIN IRRITATIONS For helpful inliieplic And Biediciatl A! lo • xlerrully caused iMa imlal-ons th."Ich, inch ii letter, rash, jimp'o lai'jv/on iiyness er tczema, use Gray* Ointment a lirected. Medicated lo cling long*! Ic ort IharnuthlY relieving iUb'ng. visitor. Miss Billie Sue Burks present. The meeting was opened with prayer' by Mrs. R. G. Cash, after which Mrs. Walter Bishop taught entertained at tl]e home of Mrs. George Saliba Jr. The Oosnell W.-'S. C. S, will meet at the home of Mrs. H. W. Pagan at 2:30 The Fidellis Sunday School Class of the First Baptist church will meet at the home of Mrs. j. T. Barnes for a pot luck supper at 1 p.m. the Ipfsi.n. Mis. Charles Ray New- } Mrs. H. R. Schmuck and Mrs .......... in the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Fort Worth. Tex.: Mr.s. Ciny Magee. Manila: Mr.s. Ed! circle Six Williams. Wilson, and Mrs. W. E.' Rhoads nf Number Nine. comb dismissed tile group prayer. Miss Burk assisted the hos- •md Mrs. W. R. Ligiitfoot. led in niyer. Mrs. O. N. Mitchell presided over Lhe business session, during which time plans were made to entertain the snbctisuict M. Y. F. Mrs. Hawkins offered the d:ts- iiif; prayers, '['he hostess served refreshments. Mrs. Davis Is Hostess To Demonstration Club The Lone Oak Home Demonstration Club met yesterday at the home nf Mrs. H. E. Davis. Mrs. H. C. Brooks wns a guesl at the meeting. The devotional was given by Mrs. Bert Mayo, who chose her scrip- tine from the book of Matthew. Mrs. Yount led the group in prayer, followed by a brief business .session. At this time, the group voted to have a silver lea for the North Mississippi County Home Demon- station Clubs at the home ol Mr.s. Forrest Moore, July 25 from 4 to 6 p.m. Miss Elojse Yates. assistant manager of the Dreifns jewelry Company. has been transferred to the Dyetsburg, Tenn., branch of the firm as temporary manager. Mr. and Mrs. Ciene pailey of Soap Lake. Wash., are the parents of a daughter born Sunday morning #1 a hospital there. The baby, who has not been named, has an older brother. Mickey, who is three. Mrs. Dailey is the former Miss Helen LaShot. daughter of Mr, and Mrs. H. E. LaShot of BlytheviUe. Regular Program Is By Calvary Baptist G.A.'s The World Wide 'Girls Auxiliary of the Calvary Baptist Church met at the home of Barbara Ann Pruitt yesterday. Prayer was offered by Billic Shanks, followed by a short busi ness session conducted by Barbara Pruitt, president. A Bible -study was given by the leader, Mrs. Veiiion Boyd. alter which the meeting Missionary Study Group Meets at ChristianChurch less in serving refreshment. Mr.s. L. H. Hay was to with 11 members attending. Prayers were offered by Mr.s. E. L. Hale and Mrs. Jirn Crafton. The lesson was laught by Mrs. Kendall Berry. Refreshments were served by tlie hoste.'ae.s at [he close of each meeting. The Missionary study Group of Die Woman's Council of the First, 1 .-. . c . • Christian Church had their regu- ."IS/I fry to PC lar meeting yesterday at tlie church wjth .Mrs. Edwin Robinson anct Mrs. ! The community wide fish fry Eric Whitley as ho-stcwes. There were 14 members present. will be held Thursday. July 14, on i tiic |awn of the New Liberty Bap- Mrs C. A. Talli, president, lire- tist chur ch. it was announced to- sided dining a short 'business scs- ' A ^ ^ lhe ^ ev - RUM«1! Duffer, slon. The devotional wa.s <nven by < 1Mlor - Thc ri * '''* wl " *» held Mrs. E, M, Terry, who chose a.s her : from 6:3 ° lo 9:3 ° P- m Families ol ' ' s taken from topic, "Within the Mrs. Albert Taylor was in charge of the program witli the subject being, "They Are the People." Mr.s. Rupert Crafton gave a brief talk on the theme of tlie programs for _ the year which is, "The Chnrch i Finds Th,eni Here," after which Mrs. Whitley chose as her topic. "Concern Leads to Cooperation." At the close of the program, a round table discti.ssiori was led by Mrs. Taylor. Following lhe benediction, refreshments were served by the hostesses. Australia Has Greater Male than Female Count sell Weil will be co-hostesses. Civic Calendar Tuesday City Council—8 p.m. America' Legion—8 p.m. Wednesday Ktwanis Club, Hotel Noble—12' 10 p.m. Thursday Rotary Club, Hotel Noble— \->p.m. Friday The C B. C. club will he entertained at the home of Mrs. Alvin Hardy. 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