The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 9, 1949 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 9, 1949
Page 2
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PAGE. TWO •LYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NBWR BATUBDAY, APRIL 9, & • 4 aociefa A»«li« Stlibt, Society Editor § Phont 4461 Wedding Plans Announced By Miss Jane McAdams Miss A«ne» Jane McAdams, whose engagement to Thomas Browning Miller recently was announced by her mother, Mrs. Paul Dee McAdams, today made known plan* for her wedding. Th« double ring ceremony will H* «?l»mnlz«d at, 4 o'clock in the afternoon of Saturday, April 30, at Brst Presbyterian Church. The R«v. Harvey T. Kldd. pastor ol the church will officiate. Larry T. Moore. Jr., will serve as organist, and Miss Helma John- aon or New York, N. Y., formerly of Blythevllle. will be vocalist. Miss McAdams, who rill be given In marriage by her cousin, H. H. McAdams, Jr., of Jonesboro, will have Miss Frances McHaney a: mild of honor, and only attendant. Willtam Marks Hlghtower ot Lewtsburg, Tenn., will serve Mr. Miller as best man and ushers will be William Wesche of Memphis. Cecil Evans of DeFuniak, Fla., Alec Perry, Jr., of Tunica, Miss., and Jimmy Blankenshlp of Monette. Mr». McAdams will entertain with a reception In the social rooms of the church immediately following the rites. Miss MiAdams and her fiance are being complimented with a series of interesting affairs prior to their wedding. Buffet Supper Is Given For Intermediate Class Mr. Mrs. Alfred Williams entertained Mr. Williams' class of intermediate boys of the First Methodist Church with a buffet supper at their home last night. Games were played on the lawn, rfter vnlch » business session was conducted by Bobby McFarland Pians were made for a special project for the ?lass at this time. Members of the class attending Included Bobby McFarland, % Tommy Mosley, Paul Arney, Jim Jackson, Julmny Loggins, Johnny O'Brien, Howard Higginson. Jackie Hnlstend, Harold Wright. Cecil Graves Jr.. Bob Jackson, Buddy Phillips and Donald Gentry. • • • Business Meeting Held By Nu Phi Mu Sorority Nu Phi Mu Sorority met Thursday night for their regular business meeting at the home of Miss Jane Bhelton with Mrs. Bill Ouerln Parties Being Planned For Miss Maxine Reid Miss Maxine Reid will arrive tomorrow night from Oklahoma City, Okla., to spend a week here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max B. Reid, prior to her marriage next Saturday afternoon to Robert Nelll Rector of Oklahoma City and Wau- rlka, Okla. The marriage, which Is to be solemnized at the Reid home, will be preceded by a number of Interesting events complimenting the bride- elect, plans for which were announced today by Ihe various hostesses. Monday night Miss Dorothy Jean Higginson, Mrs. T. H. Caraway and Mrs. Bob Hopper will entertain wllh a bridge party at the Higginson home, 1303 West Chtckasawba. Mrs. Jphn C. McHaney will be hostess Tuesday afternoon at her home with an afternoon coffee complimenting Miss Reid, and Tuesday night Mrs. Doyle Henderson "and Mrs. James Roy have planned a dessert bridge to be given at the Roy residence. Wednesday night Mrs. Joe Tricschman and Mrs. Russell C. Parr will entertain at the home of Ihe latter, and Thursday afternoon Mrs. Fred Fleeman will have an Informal afternoon party at her home, 423 North Madison. Mr .Rector will arrive In Blythe- vllle Friday night. • * • Friday Club and Guesls Meet With Mrs. Porter Mrs. Bob Porter was hostess yr«- terday when she entertained .' the Friday Club member* and two guests. Mrs. Fred Fleeman and Mrs Wallace Hoke, at her home at 1309 co-hostess. Miss Joyce Damon, president. ilded. over the meeting, during time various reporLi were from the officers and committees. Plans were also made for a Mothers Day Tea to be held in the future. .Following the meeting, the host- esse» served refreshments of strawberry shortcake and coffee. The next meeting will be held at the home of Miss May Van Sneed with Miss Joyce Damon as co-hostess on April 21. Jayceette Meeting Is Held At Rustic Inn The Jayceettes met for a regular business and R supper Thursday night at. the Rustic Inn. The meeting was presided over by the president, Mrs. Leon Denning. Reports were made by the various officers and committees, which included a final report on the chicken dinner sponsored by the group on March 30 at the Hut. Mr«. Jack Rawllngs was elected to succeed Mrs. Leon McOarrity as secretary. Mrs. Black Is Hostess TV Bridge Club, Guests Officials of Junior Service-Auxiliary «!** Mrs. E. J. Cure and Mrs. Chester Caldweli were guests Wednesday at the home of Mrs. F. E. Black, 915 West Tfearn when she entertained the Wednesday Club members. The lining table was centerct with art attractive arrangement ol tansies In a low crystal bowl. Vases of tuhps In various shades and Iris were uled to decorate the enter tainin? looms of the home, In Che afternoon bridge fames high score went to Mrs. Caldwcl with Mis. Harry Klrby recelvini second high. West Ash. High score went to Mrs. Fleeman in (he afternoon gnines with Mrs J. Farrls McCnlla receiving seconc high. Gladioli and lilac In assorted vases were attractively arranged in the entertaining rooms of the home A dessert course was served b 1 the hostess. • • • Mrs. Welch Entertains Bridge Club And Guests The Friday contract Club w«_ entertained yesterday at the horn of Mrs. Loj- Welch, ion West Ash together with two guests. Mrs. O W. McCutchen and Mrs. Langsto: Ashford. Arranged throughout. Ihe room where bridge wns played were crys tal vasea Ulled 1th lil*c, splrea an IrW. T : Mrs. G. O. Poetz was high scoi winner In the afternoon gann with second high being won by Mrs. Russell c. Farr. Refreshments were served by the hostess. * • • Mrs. Damon Is Hostess To Rook Club, Guests Mrs. Floyd Rector. Mrs. Tom Mabry and Mrs. Jimmy McCall were guests last night together with members of the Thursday night club when they met at the home of Mrs. Earl Damon. Mrs. Don Haley won high score during the evening games with rooko being won by Mrs. Rector. Vases of spring flowers In various :olors were used to decorate the lome. Following the'(tame* Ihe hostess served fruit salad, cake and Ice drinks. * * • Mrs. Hardy Entertains C. B. C. Club, Guest Mrs. A. A. Hardy was hostess yesterday when she entertained the C. B. C. club and one guest, Mrs. J. D. Smith, at her home. Arranged in the entertaining iliss Mary Ann Murray o Wed Ralph E. Wilson Announcement was made today y Mrs. Michael Joseph of Nash- Ille, Tenn., of the engagement anH pproachine marriage of her (laugher. Miss Mary Ann Murray to ill Edwin Wilson, son of Mrs, Emmett A. Wilson and Ihe late Mr. Vltson or Osceola. The wedding will be solemnized \l>rll 23 HI 12 noon, in the Cathedral f Incarnation In Nashville. The lev. W. B. arannis will officiate. A program of nuptial music will x presented by Ben Nance, vocal- st and Mrs. C. J. Penrice, organist, tint ol the bride-elect of Chicago. Miss Murray, who will be given in marriage by her brother, James Bryne Murray, lias chosen her sis- ,er, Mi« Sara Murray as maid of lonor and Mrs. Howlund Anders, IMer of the bridegroom-elect as matron of honor. Bridesmaids will e Miss Jean Walsh, Miss Anne 'ride, Miss Mary Jo Davis, Miss 'eggy Mciiurnclt, Miss Mary Alice Cooper Hiicl MS. c nS Patricia Murray of Atlanta, Ga., Jane Wilson of Osceola, will ttrve as flov;cr girl. Emmett Wilson. Jr.. ol Osceola ill serve his brother as best man. Jshers will be James Fry. Robert Murray brother of the bride-elect, Julian Brewer, Paris, Tenn,, James diamond and Robert William Mos», Jackson, Tenn.. Ralph Lawler, Trnton. Tenn.. Dr. Robert Sadler, Nashvt'lr and Rowland Anders and Denver Tv*ilson of Oaccola. Miss Murray also the daughter of :he late Mr. Murray of Nashville, attended W»rd Belmont College in Nashville and received her B. A. decree from Vaudcrbilt In Nashville. She is a member of Gamma Phi Beta Sorority. Mr. Wilson, received his B.A. degree from Union University, Jackson, Tenn.. and his L.L.B. from Vanderbllt Law University. He is a member of Alpha Tan Omega, Tnu Kappa Alpha Honorary Forensic Fraternity and Plii Alpha DelU Legal Fraternity. Mr. Wilson Ls engaged hi practice of Inu' in Cwceola. Mrs. Henley Is Hostess To T. N. Club and Guests Mrs. Gordon Henley was hostess Thursday when she entertained the T. N. Club and three guests, Mrs. Raymond Schmuck, Mrs. John Foster and Mr.«. Richard Rager, at her home at 16M Hearn. In the games played, high score was won by Mrs. George Ford with Mrs. Schmuck winning bridge. Vase.v of spring flowers In various shades'were used to decorate the home. \(T. president "Mrs Adams, chairman C'rain, cnuinmtn of the welfare com committee of the newly organized publicity committee, Roy vice-president Junior Service Auxiliary, affiliate of trail-man of the legislative commit- Auxiliaries. The first regular meet- of the new auxiliary Is sche- c uled for next Tuesday at the home ohn Cr.udill. chairman or the fi row (left to right) Mrs. Oscar Fend- uard, treasurer, Mrs. William Presbyterian College Choir to Sing In Blytheville's First Church Sunday Miss Dorothy Ho|ic Landis, choir director and head of the Arkansas College Music Department in Batcs- rllle will direct the Arkansas Col- eye Choir when they present a special program during the morniiiB service at (he First Presbyterian :hurch tomorrow. The choir, comjxxsed ol 32 mem- jers, will appear in O.-;ceoIa at '•! p.m., Sunday and at 1:30 p.m, in Jojie.slx>ro. The worship service will consist of congregation ami choir reading rc.sponsivdy, solas, negro spirituals ana will conclude with the Hallelujah Chorus, from "The Messiah." Fiobcrt Jeffries, violinist will play the offertory. Mis'-' Landis, who is from Myerstown, PS., was graduated from Lebanon Valley College Annvillc, Pa., and received her M. M. from Westminster Choir College. She also tudicd at Eastman School of Music, Rochester, N.Y. and has been at ArliKiuus College since 1040. Lyndcll Wnlklns, instructor ol Miss Dorothy Hope Landls nl the college will serve as Mrs. Patterson Hostess To Demonstration Club The Armorcl Home Demonstration Club met Thursday at the home of Mrs. N. C. Patterson with 13 members and two gnesls present for a covered luncheon and meeting. Miss Mildred Hagcrman, home service advisor for Ark-Mo Power Company, presented slides and explanations on proper kitchen light- presided during the business session with the members answering roll call by repeating their favorite scripture verse. Mrs. R. L. Adkisson gave the devotional followed by D poem. "Go.ssip Town" v 1 ich \\ ; rend by the hostess. Plans were discussed to raise money toward building a new clubhouse. Prayer was offered by Mrs. John Mays, after which the meeting was ad.lourned with the reading of the collect. jjfe The next meeting will be April 21 at the home of Mrs. J. A. president, i Adams. ir.iUro. The group organized, at a meeting at the home of Mrs. Grain this wnk. with 28 charter members and will outline projects for foster ing interest in social, economic, ed- civic and cultural con- ions in Blvtheville. Bits of News Mo&tttf. rooms of the home were vases of mixed spring flowers. Mrs. Lendcnnlc Fowler received high score In the afternoon games nllh Mrs. O. O. Elldns receiving second high and Mrs. R. A. Copelard, rooko. Th hostess served refreshments of a salad plate with iced drinks. Sunrise Service Is Arranged by Osceola Churches Osceola will observe Easter with Union sunrise Service, to be held at Hale Field si 6 a.m.. according to the Rev L R. atll! Jr.. president of the Osceola Ministerial Alliance. The Rev. H. J. Couchman .pastor of the First Methodist Church will deliver Ihe main address with the ev. Russell J. Clubb, pnstor of the irst Baptist Church, directing the ulon choir. All arrangements are^belng made 1 the Junior Chamber of Commerce and in case of rain, the ser- will be held in the O.sceola ommunRy House. Daily Services will begin Monday nd continue through Friday, at he G»m Theater at 12:30 p.m. The lev. Mr. Still and the Rev. Mr. 31ubb will be in charge. The Rev. Mr. Clubb will also cou- uct suvices at the high school at 0:30 a.m. on Monday and Tuesday 'ilh the Rev. Mr. Lawrence con- ucllni; services on Wednesday and ^nursday and also at the elemen- nry school at 8:45 a.m. Wednesday evening services beginning at 7:30 ''clock, will be held at the First 're.iby'.crlan „ Church Monday hrough Friday, at the Methodist Church. Wednesday through Friday and at (he First Christian Church in Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs. R. P. Kirshner, Mrs. B. A. Lynch, Mrs. E. R. Lancashire and Mrs. iMnrioii Williams will return tomorrow from Fort Smith where they have been attending the state P.E.O. Convention for Hie pa-st scv- ernl tl:ty s Mrs. Russell Phillips is spending a lew days in St. Louis. Mo. W. R. Lnvrahe is in Atlanta. G:i,. where he is attending a bottling convention. Harry W. Haincs will leave tomorrow morning for Hot springs where he will spend ten days. Mr. and Mrs. James Roy nnd son. Jimmy, arc spending the weekend in Cotton Plant. Mr. and Mrs. Dick White hav; as their guests lor the weekend. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Daggett o[ Marianna. Clinrles Crigger III. student at Prcshlstoric Vangaroos were 12 to 20 feet tall, but the biggest living specimens arc seven to eight feet tall. Special - Saturday & Sunday DUNLOP TIRES II 95 Cigarets by the Carton 43 Fed. Exchange C' Tax Included with Gas tax included Riddick's Service Station Atlas Tires & Accessories—Standard Products Ark-M* State Line Phone 4925 Coming Events Social Calendar Monday The Gleaners Class of tile First Baptist Church will meet at the home of Mrs. James Roy at 7MO p.m. The Mlssco Sub-district of the M. Y. F. will meet at the Gosnell Methodist Church at 7:30 p.m. Women of the First Presby t'ei inn Church will meet as follows In circle groups, circle One. Mrs. c. M. Gray with Mrs. M. F. Day as co-hostess; Circle Two, Mrs. Vernon Thomasson; Circle Three, Mrs. J. F. McCalla; circle Four. Mrs. J. T. O'Steen at 8 p.m. Business Women will meet at church for a supper at 6:30 p.m. The Woman's Council of the First Christian Oliureh Pre-Eastcr prayer meeting nt 2:30 p.m. at the church. The W. S. C. S. of the first Methodist Church meeting at the church at 2:30 p.m. for a program meeting. The w. M. U. of the First Baptist Church will meet in circle groups. Circle One. Mrs. C. E. Jbhnson: '- Circle Two. Mrs. E. c. Brown; Circle Three. Mrs. C. S. Lemons; Circle Civic Calendar Monday Junior Chamber of Commerce— 7:00 p.m. At The Hosoitals ni.vtherlllc Hospital Dismissed: Linda Burlison, Stccle. Mo. ' Walls Hospital Mrs. Tliclma Baty and baby, Veterans Housing Quarters, city. Mrs. D. A. Blodgett and baby. Luxora. Mrs. W. C. Forbue, Tyler, Mo. the Universit of Arkansas, Faycttc- . Four. Mrs. Alvin Huffman jr • cir- ville, has been initiated into Sigma j c ] e Five. Mrs. R. L. wade Sr.'; and Alpha Ensilon Fraternity there. He • Ls the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Crigger of Blythcville. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Christy left this afternoon for Bastland. Tenn.. Circle Six. Mrs. Jim Crsifton. The Y. W. A. of the First Baptist Chinch will meet at the home of Miss Edna Overman at 7 p.m. The Alpha Beta chapter of Ep- where they will be the guesls or •. s ''o>< Sigma Alpha will have Mrs. Christy's parents. Mr. and ! invitational dance at Lonnic's Club Mrs. J. F. Lorkwood. They plan to ; ^ 8 I""be gone a week. [ ~" ' Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Henderson will spend the weekend In Bells, Tenn.. as guest, of his mother, Mrs. C. C. Henderson. Mr. and Mr.s William T. Stewart of Jonesboro arrived to spend the weekend here as guesls of their parents, Mr. p.nd Mrs. U. H. Holt nnri Mr. and Mrs. Brant F. Stewart. He Is a student at Arkansas Stats there. Mrs. W, p. Braver underwent a tonsilectomy this morning at Bly- thevilln Hospital. Her condition Is satisfactory. Mrs Smith T. Brackin received wort] t3iat her father. C. G. Cridcr of Cairo, TIL, who received injuries when struck by a truck there several dny.s nao. has been dismissed from the St. Mary's Hospital. HLs condition S.s improved, Airs \V, S, McDanicl, Mrs. Jack G^viipan. Mrs- Siegbert Jierfcl and Mrs. Doyic Henderson spent yesterday in Memphis. McClaude Cameron or Dccalur, Ala., anivod to spend the weekend hcie a.s $ of his mother, Mrs. Ehciu Purr, his sister.s, Mrs. Roy Graves arid Mrs, Charles Hester and his brother, Clyde Cameron. Continuous Shows Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. !!:!& pjn. 4:30 p.t» THE SECRET OF A, BRIGHTER, CLEANER WASH Saturday Stagecoach to Denver with Allen Lane Serial "Bruce Gentry" No. fi Continuous Shoeing Saturtu; 12:30 to Ilt30 Sunday & Monday MOK scon Paramount Ncw> A Selected »hort> Cont. Showing Sunday 1:15-11 LM Send your clothes to the Hlyllicvillc Laundry and they'll come back lo you cleaner, brighter than ever before. But that's not all. 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