The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 12, 1949 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 12, 1949
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PAGE FO> T R (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, APRIL 12, 1949 Amelia Saliba, Society Editor 1'hone 4161 Lena Brown Becomes Bride of James Allen In a simple but Impressive ceremony Sunday evening, Miss Lena Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mis, J. M. Brown became the bride nf . James Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Allen. The single ring ceremony was solemnized, at Hie home of the bridegrooms' parents, 1137 Holly in the presence of Intimate Jriends and relatives ot the couple. The Rev. Thcron McKlsson, pastor of the Lake Street Methodist Church officiated. Arranged In Uie uviog rooms. where the vows were exchanged were bouquets of spring flowi-rs in soft shades. Miss Gencvie Avl.s was the. maid of honor, and only fc-rnlninc attendant. Khe chose for the ocrasinn, an aqurc with beiyi- ru<:i-.-.>- orles. She pinned a corsage of pink carnations at her shoulder. The bride, given In marriage by her fathi marine Her frock was complemented with :> light lavender orchid with a gold throat and tied with a fuschla ribbon Bits of News Jame.> Guy nnd Charles IJctLs returned to their homes in Columbus, Oluo, alter having spent the week- j end here as tuests ol Miss Polly ' Stewart and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bni'.nt f. Stewart. Mr. 1 -. Mnblc l.unslord, Mrs. Jami.s Lemz ami Mrs. B. U Vastlnmler arc ,'-p<'-ndlna today in Memphis. Condition of Mrs. Harvey Morns. Circle Meetings Held By Presbyterian Women The Women of the First Presbyterian Church met In Circle croups yesterday with Die topic of the programs being. "Preview of the Gospel of John.' Circle One met at the home o; Mrs. C. M. Cray with Mrs. M. F Day as co-hostess There were 12 members and two visitors. Mrs. R L. King and Mrs, [Joss Is president of the Women of ho thi Church, present. Mrs. King was, ti charge of the program wilh Mrs. G M. Gray presiding during the bust ness session. Mrs. Vernon Thompson wa hostess to 11! members of Circli Coming Events Social Calendar The Tuesday Senior und Young Peoples Fellowship supper will be held at the First Methodist .Church at 7 p.m. Mrs. Doyle Henderson and Mrs. James Roy entertaining with a dessert bridge at Mrs. Floy's home at 8 p.m.j honoring Miss Maxine Reid. Wednesday Fathers NlRht and sucioury P.T.A. meeting will be held at the school at 7:30 p.m. Fiimlly Night will be held at the First Methodist Church at 6:30 p.m., which includes a covered dish supper. ChlcXasav Chapter, Delphian Gosne/f M. Y. F. Hosts At Sub-District Meeting The Mississippi County Sub- district of the Methodist Youth Fellowship met last night with the Gosnell M.y.p. A program on the theme, "What Does Easter Mean to You?" w«s presented by the host M.Y.F. Those taking part on the program were Mary Beth Bright, the Rev. Lee Anderson. Charles Kill. Betty Jean Woolverton, Margie Bevill, Clarice Maxwell and L. V. Bolin. The new sub-district officers were Installed at the close of the program. They are as follows: Bob Edward, First Church of Blythevllle. president: J. E. Jackson, Osceola. vice-president; Mildred Meador, Btythcvllle Lake Street, recording secretary: Edna Pceples. Half Moon v.|io iva.< admitted to Walls Hospital two. A brief business session was undergoing treatment | presided over by the chairman, Mrs. Thomasson, after which Mrs. J. ti. lor (iay:s. is improved. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore L/ii'an le!l today ivl-.crc Iliey Till vu-it with wilh frlfinfis and relatives lu Toledo. Ohio. f"r !<.]) days. Fioin there they I go tx New Yoik City lo visit with ler. chose a two piece arma-j Ihrir vm heloie returning home, drc-ss with grey nccev-orics They plan to br; grata three wci-ks Ms.'.« Bonnie Jean Harrv. rrantl- di.ucliKT o! Mi.-,. Myrtle Knijiht of Blytli'-.'illt-. 1.-: nitically ill "t St. ', Vincent's HOB], rial In UUln Ruck Harold Simpson served Mr. Allen s)|(? has h( ,,. n ,, ]); i t ient there for ths as best man. -^ six w( . e -, : s. Immediately following the cere- .,„,.,., Mrl-son wis irfmltiH mony. a reception was Md at Uie M£ £. ^£ ^ s ™ ln f ± rc er.\f, t and n Mrs.1ame 1 .rMirrn -s.., underwent a tonsilectom,. Her Holland, Mo. Approximately 50 guests attended the affair. The bridal table was overlaid with R cloth of crochet lace and centered with an attractive arrangement of mixed spring flowers In pastel shades in a low crystal bowl. White tapers In crystal holders flanked the centerpiece, casting a soft plow over the setting. At one end of the table, was the three tiered wedding cake topped with a minaturc bride and groom. Miss Maggie Shoat of Jmics- boro, Miss Betty McGregor and Miss Mary Ashley of Reiser presided at the table. condition is Improved. MLss Maureen Norris. who Is a Junior at St. Ccdlia Academy in Nnshvilie will arrive tomorrow nigh* to spend the Easter holidays here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Samuel F. Norris. Mrs. M. George and M:•*. of the death Fred S ran Hoi- '• the ' p . m , ca !_ j at I of Mrs. t "om OT. They|cusse neasley gave the piogram. Circle Three members met at the home of Mrs. r'arrls McCalla with 11 attending. Mis. H, T, Kidd was program leader and was assisted by Mr.s. E. I! Lancashire. Mrs W. E Young presided din-iris the business session. Mis. J, T- O'Hteen was hostess to 10 members and two new members of Circle Four when they met at her home at 8 p.m. The business cession was conducted by Mrs. B. C. Balky with Mrs. II. W.NIchols being In charge of the program. The Business Women's Circle met at the church for supper at G:30 p.m There were 25 members and five visitors. Mrs. Ross Stevens. Mrs. C M. Gray. Mrs. II. T. Kidd. Miss Clltfe Webb and Mrs. R. L. King present. Mrs. D. C. McLean was h charge of the program followed b> the business session presided over by Mrs. Ebb Spradley. At this time Society, meets 10 a.m. In Hotel Noble. ' ! corresponding secretary: :Bonnle Mrs. Joe Tricschman and Mrs j Shepherd. Hoseland. treasurer: Bud- Russell Farr honoring Miss Maxine j dy Grltfin, Wilson. Methodist Youth Reid at the Farr residence at 81 Fund treasurer: and Martha Jane p.m. ! Rose. Osceola, publicity superinten- Mrs. ,1. .'. Haigclt Mill entertain dent. The commission chairmen the L. E. W. Bunco Club and guests with an L'aster Party at her home 'Ilie Woman's counci 1 of the First Christian Church Prc-E«slcr prayer meeting at the church at 2:30 .in. Chapter D. o! the P. E. O. SLster- Dori will meet at the home o! Mrs. W. Robbing in Steele, Mo., lor a o'clock luncheon. Civic Calendar Tuesday City Cnuncil--3:00 p.m. for Children. They also dis Church to be held In Jonesbor of Sleele. Mo. American LCRlon--8iOO p.m. Wednesday Kiwanls Club, Hotel •Joble—12:10 xm. Sudbury p. T. A. Executive Board —2.30 p.m.. followed by P. T. A. —3:00 p.m. First Baptist W.M.U. Meet in Circle Groups and their advisors include: worship Tommie Ruth Robertson. Lone Oak and Jlmme Sanders. Lake Street recreation, Charlie Ruth Blanken ^|p De n an{i ,| le Rcv Mr. Anderson Gosnell: world friendship. Ella Mai Dixon. and the Rev. E. H. Halt both of Dell: and community serv ice, Martha Nell Head and the Rev H. L. Roblson of Luxora. Bob Edwards, presided at th business session, during which tim an offering was taken for the Amer lean Mission for Leopards. A treat for the new council was plan ' ned for May 2. It was also decided j that the next meeting will be held in Joiner. ! The group sir.Eing was led by i Jackie Estes and Patsy Pope, of the | First Church. i Refreshments were served during i the social hour. School Glrlt Organize Softball Ltayu* Arrangement / Imv* bwu w»«. hied lor i. Oh Is' Clm-V lU.lllwll .iponsored by tin Hlyilit 1 - ille "Y" with all tho Ors-Y *lrt» f Sudbury, Lanxe, OntiiU mid farbro competing. Miss Mary Jo Kalou will coiu'li he Sudbury team. Miss Jmm Slhriv Central and Mls.< Helen Mull in. Ml« Minnie Kviter. principal of Varbo school Is completlnn arrangements for a coach lor the Yarbro team. The first game ot the Ifttmir la schedule!' for Salurday morning, April 16 a t Little Park. farbro Students Meet To Form Gra-Y Club A group of the Fifth and Sixth rade girls from the Yarbro Elementary School mot tor the first time a', the Blythevllle "Y" Satur day afternoon to <oiin a Gra-Y Club. The following officers were elect ed to serve for the first year: Patsy Yarbro, president; Je.ssLs Lang, treasmer, Janice Johnson, progran treasurer. Janice ojhnson. program chairman and Edna Whittle, song leader. Thus group will meet once a week at the Biythevllle "Y" which * umler the guidance of Mrs. Charles Springsteen. Mil, Mayo It Hoiteti <> D«itK>rti(ro<tart Club \\\f l.i'ito link Home Denumfttni- i'il iMul) inniubnA well? rntcrtnlu- ,1 yr-^lt : tili>y M the holnc of MIA U M'i,V»<, Thrw \vrro 12 mem- IOIA nlui nitp nniv mriubei', Mrs. 1'hf iiit'rllnii wn» culled to order >y Ihi pi wlili-nl. Mm. I ,icnn<>, Thr cyn.oppiii'i' of d rc.s.s.s(.'.s uui pllhnv 1'iiM'j* wrtn :.liown by Mrs. Mtxitr mid MIM. T. o. Hnry, Mrs. 'k Holx'il.viu Kivve the devotional, followed bv pruypi. Roll cull wns in.swered by I'lifh niembor staling she would Ilko Id know ulxiut liny Pll'v'trie npjiliillK'e. Tht door priT.<' \vu.s won by Mrs. ClurciK.e Tutor, niulng (he afternoon, gifts w'ere exchanged [ix^iii the secret friends nnd contests were played. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Mudlcd Chopin a rare treat, *»d those not fmnlllir with his compo- sIMoiu, an intimate glimpse o! hi* lovea. home and licarladwa th»t 10 tlLstlnguLsh his music. Mrs. TrowbiTdBe. took the part of Marld D'Agouil. ine vionnut. Formtr Blytheville Girl Participates in Musicale Mrs. Lewis E. Trowbi'idgc Jr. of St. Loirs, the former Miss Bonnie Jean Buchanan of Blythevllle participated in the Lenten musicale presented by Theta and St. Louis Alumnae Chater of Mu Phi Epsilon list week in St. Louis. Commemorating the 100th anni- \trsary of Frederick Chopin's denth. the mupi"nle afforded thase who VV< spare no eOurt ID providing an EXTRA everyday prescription service which meani) extra « venience to you Feel free to call on us at any time Prompt d«- llvery service Phont 60T WOODS DRUG STORE Following the reception, the couple /^ e t/, oc /; s { V/.S.C.S. Hold left on a wedding trip before re-j ., . turning to joncsboro to make rVir Regular Program Meeting home where Mr. Allen is majoring In history at Arkansas Slate there. Mrs. Alexander Honored By Sunday School Class Mrs. Oscar Alexander was honored on her birthday Sunday evening with a surprise shower at her home. 600 Sou'h Franklin. • "The shower was given by members of the Women's Sunday School Class of the First Church of the Nazarine of which Mrs. Alexander is teacher. Following the opening of tin gift), refreshments were served and the remainder of the evening w;is sent informally by Uie guests. A program meeting was held by members of the Women's Society f>f Christian Service or the First Methodist Church at the church yesterday afternoon. Mrs. John Caudill was program leader, choosing as her topic, "t.iuht In Lai In America." She was assisted by Mrs. Colcman Stevens Jr. and Mrs. R. A. Porter. Mrs. H. M. Whilis save the devotional. A solo. "Were You There" was presented by Mrs. C. I.. Hlckmnn, who was accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Caudill. At the close of the prosram. refreshments were served by the following hostesses: Mrs. Caudill, Mrs. Porter. Mr; R. A. Nelson. Mrs. Hlckman. Mrs. A. M. Williams, Mr.s. _ . . i /- i . i John Feathcrston. Mrs. W. A. Af- Services to be Conducted j Mick Ml . s . Horace wuipoie. Mrs. At Lake Street Methodist S.^E. ^vebb^Mr^E.^D.^Ferguso.j. Prichard. Mrs. I. M. Hurnett. Mrs. E. J. Cure and Mrs. W. T. Rain- wntcr. The Women's Missionary Union of the First Baptist Church met in the yesterday in circle groups to study the book. "Intercessory Prayers" by McClure. Circle One met with Mrs. C. E. Johnson with 11 members present. Mrs. Charles Penn taught the lesson and prayers were offered by Mrs. Ingram and Mrs. Johnson. The group will meet at the home of Mrs. E. B. Woouson for their next circle meeting. Mrs. E C. Brown was hostess to 11 members of Circle Tw . Prayers were offered by Mrs. R. ( E. VanHooser and Mrs. Roy Head. Mrs. Held by Woman S Council • E. E. Stevens taught the lesson. Circle Three met In the home of j April 25. I Refreshments were served durin ! the social hour by the hostesses at each meeting. foster Prayer Meeting Baptist Y.W.A. Meet With Miss Overman Miss Edna Overman was hostess test nii?ht to members of the Young Women's Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church. Thirteen members and one visitor attended. The meeting was opened with the i devotional by MLss Maxine Hill | Those whr participated on the mis- i sionary program were Misses Cliffie Overmen, Np.nry Dsrr.on, Edna ; Overm?n. Christine Austin, and Elise Lewis. Mrs. C. E. Johnson dismissed the group with prayer. The Woman's Council of the First Christian Church met for the first in a scries of three Easter Prayer Meetings at the church yesterday. Theme of the program was. "Towering Over the Wrecks of Time." Mrs. Rouse Harp, organist, pre- ntcd a music program at the Mrs.. Charles Atflick with 10 mem bcrs attending. The lesson was given by Mrs. E. S. Lemons with Mrs. Ebb Carson leading the group In piaycr. Circle Four met with Mrs. Alvin Huffman Jr. with the lesson bein? taught by Mrs. Harry Brool-.s. Mrs. W. Marion Williams and Mrs. opening of the meeting. Mr.s. Eric. Brooks offered prayer. There were : Whitley was In charge of the pro- grntn and chose as her subject, [ "Olive's Brow." The scripture read- ; Circle ing was taken from the book r,f lesson Matthew, the "6th H members at the meeting. Mrs. R. U Wade was hostess to ! Five with \1 present. The 1 was given by MVs. Walter At The Hospitals Hlvihcrllle Hospital Limisseo: Mr... Baxier Southern, S'.sele, Mo Rilry Adams, city. Arkne Pier.son. Hermondale, Mo Wall* Hospital ismlMGd: Mr*. Chester Henson. city. Mrs. Robert L Trimue, city. Miss Wallace Hostess To Calvary Y. W. A. The Young Women's Auxiliary of the Cahnry Baptist Curch met last niuht at the home of Miss Mnrlhn J.ane Wallace with 11 members prc- sen'. The meeting was opened with prayer bv Mrs. Bonlah Lloyd, after which Miss Jean Nonnnn. president presided during the business session Mrs. I.lnyd taucht a chapter from Holy Week Services will be conducted at the Lake Street Methodist Church beginning tonight. 7:M o'clock and continuing each night through Friday. It was announced today by the Rev. Thcron McKisson. pastor. A special music, program will be presented tonight by Male Quartette known as the 'Home Slate Quarlctte." The Rev. H. L Ronl?on. pastor of the Luxora Methodist Church will conduct the services Wednesday, with the Rev. Allen n. Stewart, pastor of the First Methodist church here, being In charge Thursdiy. The concluding service will be by the Rev. Lester IX Ktruo- ! thc ], 0 ,,(;." "Haiirlrlasns r.f the Amcri- har, p'lf.tor of the First Christian | c!m ,... hv nr . Alfred Carpenter. Church, who ha. 1 , rhasen .i. 1 - his j ruK\ Nnrmnn cli^mKsed the groun topic, "Forgiveness o! Christ." |v,ith prayer. Refreshments were .scnul by • Regular Program Held By Intermediate G.A.'s The Intermediate Girls Auxiliary j air.e of the Calvary Buptist Church met ! plan.s to for a regular program at the home ! <lo:: Spiukle of Billy Shanks. Puggy Allison and Hazel Crislian were quests at the ; meeting. ' Opening prayi.T wns oiT'Ted by Eilly Fay Graham lollij'.M^i by a] short business sesst'jn prc.-idt d over ' by the president, Durnthy Kol- lison. Mrs. Venion Boyd ga\c a talk on the Life (if Lottie Moon. Jo Ann TediocV. w;ts selrMli-d as lady-in-\viatine to Billy .Shanks. who is a maiden of the G.A.'s. Following the sinking of the G A. hymn, "We've a Story lo Tell to the Nation", the croup was dis- ] missed wilh senU'lice pray?r. \ A salad plate with drinks! () s , | : i, 0l surU 1:15 vT ^''1 V hC ' U>SU '" S " >0th[T ' i Cm,tl,,m, U « Sl,m» S»t * Sun Mrs. BUI -Shanks. i F . lrsn|n x|| . h| Kvprt Lxri-pt Sn passes liiiniiricl im H(t\\ Tliealre I participating on the program were i Mrs. Russell Hays. Mr.s. L-ester ! Strubhar. Mrs. K. O. Lewis and j Mr.s, E. M. Terry. A violin solo was presented by I Mrs Harry Bradley, after which the group was dismissed. Greeks, almost 500 years before „.,„., Christ, began to study the human chapter. Those , Bishop with Mrs. Cnarles Ray New- , body 6Rd discarde< i tne theor3 . tha , comb anrl Mrs, Bill Wooten offering prayers. Mrs. H. L.. Chambers will be hostess to the group at their next meeting. Circle Six met with Mrs. Jim Crafton with nine members attending. The lesson was taught by Mrs. di-ease was caused by iht wrath of the Gods. E. C. Ha:e and prayers were given by Mrs. Lewis and Mrs. Mike Buchanan. Foloer's Coffee Mountain Grown , 21, \vho with her iPn she enters the Ui:ivci.-iiy of this fall. 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