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BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, JULY 19, 1949 AnelU Saliba, Society Editor Phone 4461 Mary Anne Worth, James R. Purnell Wed In Church Miss M«ry Anne Warlh, daughter at Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Wartli, became the bride oj James II. Purnell of Blylheville, son o! Mrs. Kay Brewer of Deerine. Mo,, and nephew o( Miss Clara Cecil Cassldy o[ Blythevllle, In an Impressive ceremony solemnized tills morning at 10 o'clock in the Church of the Immaculate Conception. The Kev. prances B. McDevItt, officiated at the ceremony before the altar decorated with white floor baskets of white gladioli against a background of greenery and fern. Placed on the side altars were floor vases filled with arrangements of red roses. Karl Snyder Jr.. organist and Miss -Mary Jo Eaton, vocalist, presented a program of nuptial music. Mr. Snyder's selections included, "Wedding Benediction" bv Austin C. Lovelace and during the exchange of vow» soft strains of "O Lord I Am Not worthy" could be heard. The bridal chorus from Lohengrin was used as the processional and Miss Audrey Norvid Wed To Chester Earl Johnston Mr. and Mrs. Guy Norrtd of Holland, Mo., today announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Audrey Nell Norrid. to Chester Earl Johnston, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Johnston of Meadvllle. Pa. The marriage was solemnized in a quiet ceremony Saturday, July 9, In Conway, Arkansas. The licv. Chester Worn, pastor of the Second Baptist Church In Comvay, where the ceremony was read, officiated at the double-ring ceremony before a small circle of friends of the couple. Miss Betty Scholze of Walden- Uurg was the bride's attendant and Dau Wade of Blylheville served Mr. Johnston as best man. Mrs. Johnston chose for her wedding dress a printed silk frock with while accessories. She pinned a purple-throated orchid at her shoulder. The couple left immediately on a short wedding trip and are now at home in Conway, where both are students at Arkansas state Tcacher s College. The bride will receive her de the recessional wa s Mendelssohn's | in Jamiar ,„ homt . economics ;Weddmg March. Miss Eaton sang , M , Jolms i oll wlll bc griuUratcd £ v ? M"'. a ??. F ™ 7 : S '»''*i ; next summer <n business education. Miss Eaton wore white organdy with a halo of white carnations. Miss Jo Ann Lutz was the maid They formerly attended Arkansas State College In Jonesboro. Mrs. Johnston Is a graduate of Holland where she received ant. one wurc a paie B»«:II nv*.» n]any honors along similar lines as that of the, M Johnston, a veteran of two bride «nd chose grey and pink | years 5Crvlce w ; |th lhe Navv also of honor and only feminine attend- | ,„ , Sch , ant. She wore a pale Kreen frock • b blue printed silk frock featuring | VVeS/Cyon Guild Meett With Mrs, Thompson accessories. She carried a nosegay of pink carnations tied with streamers of satin In contrasting colors. The bride, given In marriage by her father, wore n street length dress of white organdy fashioned with a fitted bodice which buttoned at the front to the waistline, with tiny white buttons and featuring a Peter Pan collar. Her accessories were in white which Included her hat of pique and orgindy. Her frock was complemented with a shoulder corsage of a purple throated white orchid, Bob Cassidy served Mr. Purncll a s best man and ushers were Buford Young and Jimmy Cassidy. Mrs. Warth. mother of the bride, wore a brown and white sheer with brown accessories with Mrs. Brewer, mother of the bridgroom, choosing a green and white sheer frock with white accessories. Each pinned a corsage 1 of white carnations at her shouldeur. Following the ceremony, the couple ,left on a wedding trip before returning to Blythevllle to make their home at 209 West Kentucky. The bride wore for travelling, | a. portrait:, neckline--and whltf accessories. She pinried her bridal orchid at her shoulder. Cotillion Club Dance Given at Legion Hut The Cotillion Club members and guests were entertained with an informal dance Saturday night at the Legion Hut with Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Lagan, Mr. and Mrs, W. H, Pease, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Porter, Mr. imU Mrs. C. P. Rambo and Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Tune as hosts and hostesses, j The ballroom and reception rooms were decorated with attractive arrangements of mixed summer flowers. The table from which icfresh- ments of assorted party foods were served was centercd with a low bowl fitted with zinnias, d.iisip.s '.UK\ marigolds. The guests included, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kir by, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch, Mr. Slid Mrs. Chester Caldwell, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Whitworth, Mr. and Mr.s. Melvin Halsell, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mac White, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Bell, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Marr, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Pollard, Mr. and Mrs. Charles CrEgger, Mr. and Mr*. Vernon Thomasson. Mr. nnti Mrs. Edd Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Becker, Louis Lynch and Jack Pattee. attended Erie Erie, Pa. Business College In Delia Delta Delta Alumnae Honors Mrs. R. B. Stout Delta Delta Delta alumnae In Blythevllle Satnrdgy honored one of their sorority sisters who is moving to Little Rcwk to make her home. Mrs, R. B. Stout, an alumna of Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Pippen of SI. Petersburg. Fla., are the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Speck McGregor. Her sister, Pat McGregor, who has been visiting them in Florida, returned to her home here with them. P-fiss Jane Shetton has returned here to spend the rest of the summer with her parents after attending the summer session of Harding College in Scarcy. Mrs. Carl Bailey Jr. of Little Hock here as the guest of her mother. Mrs. D. M. Culler. Mrs. Jamos Domar of Miami. Fin., is visiting friends and relatives here. She arrived Friday and will leave today. Mr. and Mrs. John Whitney Morgan Jr. have returned from a wedding trip to points of Interest In Louisiana, Florida and the Smokies. Mrs. Moi-gnii Is the former Miss Jo Ann Shanks. They will make their home here temporarily witll Mr. nnd Mrs. Morgan Si. Mr. and Mrs K. E. Harber and daughter, Miss Betty Ann Hatter, and Miss Jo Ann 'IVieschmann returned Saturday from a few days spent In Big Springs, Ark., and Rockaway Beach at Lake Tancy- como. Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hopper and daughter, Barbara Ruth arrived from their home in Hender.son. Ky,. to spend their vacation in Blytheville as guests ot Mr. and Mrs George Duvall and family. Jerry Haley, who Is attending the summer session at Arkansas State, Jonesboro, spent the weekend here with his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Don Haley. a 01 Hal n. Tompson, arrived from the the sorority chapter at the unl- ' """'ersily of Arkansas, Payetteville verslty of Arkansas, received a \ to s » e . ml .several days here with his Circle Meetings Held By Methodist W. S. C. 5. The Women's society of Christian Service of Ihe First Methodist Church met in circle groups yesterday In the homes. Circle one niel at the home of Mrs. Gean Atkinson with 15 members present. Mrs. J. u Verhoff gave the study and was assisted by Mrs. Coleman Stevens. Jr., Mrs. W. T. Rainwater and Mrs. T. E. Black. Mrs. E'lma Armstrong was hostess and Mrs. W. A. Stickmon. co-host- e.ss to 12 members of Circle Tsvo and one new member, Mrs. Lee Stiles. Guests at the afternoon meeting were Mrs. Roy Bagley and Mrs. W. L. Homer. Mrs. L. B. Baker presented Ihe devotional and the study. Circle Three met with Mrs. J. W. Adams Jr., In the morning with 16 members and one guest, Mrs. Drane present. Mrs. A. O. Hudson gave the devotional followed by che study by Mrs. William Wyatt. Mrs. W. R. Campbell was hostess and Mrs. George Hamilton, co-hostess to Circle Four. There were nine members present. The devotional Was given by Mrs. W, C. Hlgginson, after which Mrs. E. B. Gee gave the study. Circle rive met in the morning at the home of Mrs. R. H. Kirby with Mrs. fi. E. Old in charge of the study. There were nine members and two guests, Mrs. Hoy Bagley antl Mrs. W. L. Horncr present. Circle Six met at the home of Mrs. James Dates with Mrs. V. G Holland as co-hostess. Refreshments were served by the hostesses at the close of each meet- Lipstick Tissues Groom Upline Ever giope through your purse in a vaii: search for a tissue lipstick wiper only to wind tip with a stained hankie? Lipstick tissue booklets—which cost nothing and arc as easy to come by as match books—will solve this problem. Tissue booklets carried in a purse will enable a girl to keep her makeup under better control. SheeU ol paper clean up vestiges ol old lip color with a minimum of mess. Lip tissue tucked between the lips after a fresh coating oi rouge will absorb excess color and set the lipstick. Tissue used over a fingertip to outline lipstick won't smudge or streak below the Upline. 'olvary Baptist G.A.'s A**t with Peggy Webb Pfggy Webb was hoste.ss to the World Missionary Girls Auxiliary ol tie Calvary Baptist Church when hey met at her home last night. There were 10 members and four Isltors, Joyce Ingram, Kathleen Vioody, Janet Sue Boyd and Mrs. Kowanda Ashley, present. Mrs L. C. Rolllsotj opened the neetin? with prayer, after which Billy Shanks, president conducted a irief business session. Topic of the irogram was. "Christ For China" vith Ii'by Sue Greer as leader. Those taking part on the program nd their topics were: Barbara •i-ultl, "Missionary Son Moves Vil- age"; Billy shanks, "Christ the Answer to Confucianism"; Pegsy Webb, "The Answer to Taoism"; ieneva Hastings, "Christ the Aii-s- \vy to Buddaism" and Billy Gra- larn, "Are There Many Needs In China." TlM pi'ogram closed with the linking of the G.A. hymn. "We've A Story to Tell to the Nation", 'ollowed by prayer by Mrs. Vernon Boyd. Refreshments were served by the WE, THE WOMEN B) Kuth Millctl NKA SUtl Wrllci Women Making Mistake I By Confessing to Dr. Kinsey silver bon bon dish engraved with the Tri-Deltas at the luncheon In her honor in the Mirror Room of the Hotel Noble. Luncheon was served from • single table centered with purple asters and white gladiolis. parents, Mr. antl Mrs. J. L. Thompson. He will leave Thursday for Cnmp Carson In Colorado for four weeks IrninmR witii the Army of which lie is a member of the reserves and will continue work there ! until Pall, when he will return to During the bridge snme.s played r the University, throughout the afternoon, high' Mr - nnlt Mrs. Wilson Forrest of wort was awarded Mrs. Robert Memphis visilcd with Mr. Forrest's Porter. Mrs. Russell H. Farr re- j parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. Forrest ceived second. Mr.s. Stout and family \vlll leave Thursday for their new home. Mrs. Robert. Thompson was hostess last night to members of the Wesleyan Guild of the Yarbro Me- tliodist Church. Eighteen members and two guests, Mrs. O. H. Mullin and Miss Ann Mullin attended. Mrs. N'cta Bunch wa.s In charge of the program entitled "Missionary Works in Burma." others participating on the program were Mr.s. Paul AbboU. Mrs. Vivian McOulre. M I s s Mtillin and Mrs. Johnnie Johnson, who save the devotional. After the closing prayer, A briet business meeting was held anrt refreshments o! a sandwich plate with Iced drinks were served by the hostess. Mrs. Dobbs /s Hostess To Methodist W. S. C. S. The Women's Society of Christian Service of the Dell Methodist Thursday and Friday. They were also the guests of his sisters, Mrs. Ewell Waltci-s and family of Luxora and Mrs. Herman Hart and family of Burdette before returning home. E. I!. Ford will motor to St. Louis. Mo. tomorrow to take Bobbie Nichols to the Shrlners Crippled Children's Hospital lor a check-up. They will be accompanied by Bobbie's father. Ulice Nichols and Mr. Kelly who will visit with his son, who a pnlient there. Jim Duvall. son of Mr. and Mrs George DuvalL. is spending this week in Wilson as guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Spears and family. Regular Meeting Held By Presbyterian Women The Women of the First Presbyterian Church met yesterday at the church tor their regular meeting The general meeting was preceded by n meeting of the executive board and Hie circles . Mrs. Ross Stevens, president conducted the business session, alter which the meeting was turned over to Mrs. w. H. Pease, program Coming Events Social Calendar Tuesday American Legion Auxiliary meets at Legion Hut at 8 p.m. Wednndajr The Jimtor G.A.'s of the First Baptist Church will meet at the lonie of Miss Carol Ann Holt. Thursday C. and N. Birthday club will be entertained at the home of Mrs 3. S. Bsvggctl at 7 p.m. Mrs. G. V. Daws will entertain he Blythevllle nook Club. The Thursday Rook Club will be entertained at the home of Mrs. Nevlll Blakemore. Mrs, Raymond Shamlin will be lostess to the Aviilon Bunco club. The Oosnell W.S.C.S. will meet t the church at 2:30 p.m.. and wNl later go to the home ol Mrs Kemiey for a proeram meetlmr. Mrs. C. S. Baggett will entoixain .he C and N Birthday Club at her home at 7 p.m. Friday Mrs. Lendennle Fowler svill be -tostess to the C.B.C. Club. Mrs. Harry Began will entertain the Friday Rook Cl'ib. Somewhere I read that Dr. Alfred C. Kinsey isn't having much trouble getting women to talk for his next report. "Sexual Behavior the Human Female"—the Inevitable follow-up to his report, "Sexual Bchnvior in the Human Male.' J I can't help but feel tual the women are making a mistake in being so obligingly co-operative. For hundreds of years women ha\e had the good sense to be closemouthed about their love lives. Men might brag of their many conquests and wide experience. But women have kept stil! about their pasta. They have remained silent, lor their own individual protection. And by each woman's protecting herself and her own reputation, women in general have been protected. What was kept secret for the ad vantage of one woman has worked to the advantage of all women. But the women who are talking eagerly and frankly to Dr. Kitisey and his staff nre putting the finger on women a* a group. From the ans-^rs of the women being interviewed, a picture wil be drawn that will b« assumed to be repre-'-T;* i of America! women in genera). Wttl C.ire mfferenl Impression You m be tty sure It l.sn'i going to be the picture that women have so carefully and cautiously built about themselves. The women who are "telling all,' of course, have been made to fee that by doing so they are contributing their part to & worth' •scientific study. But when it comes to love an< .sex—it has always been an advantage to women to be a little bi_ mysterious to men. They won't be mysteriou after the Kinsey repor on women is made public. And unless T «• iss my guess they're due ip come in for nnothe: avalanche of criticism. Their fac tual ca.-ie hLtories. lumped togethe:. in Ihe form of a report, are bounc to be used against them. So, perhaps the women hav made a mistake in letting a man sell them on the idea that a sclcn tific .study of sexual behavior In Royal Service Program Held by Baptist W.M.I/. The Women's Missionary Union of the Firsl Baptist Church met yesterday afternoon at the church for a Royal Service: Prog tain and social. Mrs. Marion Williams, president, opened Lhe meeting with the leading of the walchword for the year and lhe hymn. Mrs. Worth Holder was in charge of Lhe program and chose as the topic, "Christ, the Answer lo Oriental Religions." Opcn- Business Women's Circle Meets at J. V. Goii Home Business Women's Circle Eight of the First Baptist Church mrt lasE night at the home of Mrs. J. V. Goff with eipht members attending. Mrs. Goff opened the meeting K-lth prayer after which the study course was given by Mrs. Charles Evans. The study was taken from the book. "Intercessory Prayer." At the close of the program, refreshments of Ice cream and cookies were served by the hostess. Aead Courier News Want Ado. Church held their meeting last night i\t the home of Mrs. J. C. Dobhs \\iih ]9 members and two guests, Mr.s J. R. Dobbs and Mrs. William \Vift present. The scripture reading was given by Mrs. J. C. tJobbs,' alter which Mr.s. E. H. Hall led in prayer. Mrs. R- A. Gi'cemvay conducted Lhe Mvi- tly couise from the book, "China Twilight or Dawn." Clooinp praypr wa.s offered by Mrs. Mavis ScHlemlre. ' ing prayer was offered by Mrs. W. J. Rogers followed by the devotional by Mrs. George Ingram. Miss Mary Jo Eaton presented a solo entitled "Sweet Hour of Prayer" and was accompanied at the piano by Mrs. C. M. Smart. Talks on China and Japan were presented by Mrs. Otis Shepherd and Mr.s. IJoyrt Stickmon. Following the closing prnyer by j Lake Street W. S. C. S. Holds Meeting at Church chairman. The subject for the program was, "Laity of the Church." i Those ^.s-sisting Mrs. pease were Mrs. C. M. Gray, Mrs. S. E. Tune and Mrs, Monroe Grain. The pro- grain wa.s closet! with prayer by MM. G. W. Dillahunty. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, who were Mi's. A. F. Dietrich, Mrs. J. K. Bcasley and Mrs. IL G. Na.sh. A regular meeting of Ihe Women's Society of Christian Service of the Lake Street Methodist Church was held yesterday afternoon at the church. Mrs. Billy King, president, conducted a business session, during which time reports were heard from j the various officers and committees I The devotional was given by Mrs Mrs. E. C. Drown, a display^'chi- P"Tgc Stilwcll, who chose as her nese art. belonging to Mrs. Thco- ~ dorc Loi;art was shown. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. Tom Jackson, chairman. Mrs. Ney FJnnt. Mrs. Alvin Huffman Sr., Mrs. T. w. .Icfferies. Mrs. C. F:. Johnson. Mrs Ted King. Mrs George Ingram an.i Mrs. C. E. Wilson. fight From Blytheyill» Attend Camp tot Boy* Eight Blythcville boys from the Fir.st Baptist church lllis week ar« attending the Baptist Royal Ambassadors' Camp near Ravenden Springs, Lawrence county, and rred Becker, minister of music In th» clim-cli heve, is counsellor Jor the camp. Mrs. Kendall Berry and Mr. Becker took the boys to camp > yesterday morning, and Mrs. Berry re- uii'ned later in the day. A feature of the camp will be mission study periods for the boj-s. Those attending the camp from here include: Buddy Van Hoos«j| Cloi'i.s Garnett. Jimmie CulbertsoW, Stanley Ingrum, Jerry Berry, Norman Sullivan, Don Copeland and Carey Rushing. The c»ml> *'N1 *"<! Saturday. hostess who was assisted by her mother. Mrs. P.innie Webb. A ! birthday shower was given honors Pe'ssy Allison ami Billy Fayt Graham during the social hour. Continuous Snows Box Office Opens I :45 Show Starts 2:00 8:U« a.m. 12:45 p.m 4:31) p.m LISTEN TO KLCN Tuesday I Cheated The Law with Tom Conway Continuuu!- Showint KYerv Wednesday Thursday Hi Friday Also Short Subject* Contlnuotu Hbowint Cicrj baby. At The Hospitals Bljtherillt Hospital Dismissed: Mi's. Bennie Harvey »nd cits-. Josephine Dramlett, city. Mrs. Wallace Hudson, city, Mrs. B. F. Darby Jr. and baby, city. Mrs. M. P. Mice, Manila Mrs. A. E. Carter, city. Mrs. Leo Daniel and baby. city. Mrs. Harry Lee Davidson and baby, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Durwood Tx>n«r, city. Mrs. Ruby Parrish. Dell. Mrs. Haynes Tilmon. Braggn- docia. Mo. Mrs. Edward Fen-ell, Ha.vti Mo Mrs. Eugene Gillett and baby ' Steele. Mo. O|>fJi^ 6:45 Show Starts !:IKI Opeiu Sll.rdiiv I:IM1- St:im I: It CumiiiuuU!. ^huw» Sat A.- Sun. Bargain Night £ver> N'ighl £vt'rpl Saturday No passes honored r>n Sunday al Km? Theatre Tuesday and Wednesday MARIA MONTE PAUtfCBOSfT Sheep ranchers cletejt coyotes because they kill sheep, lambs, and chickeni. Read Couripj News Want Ads NOTICE VETERANS Blytheville Business College Is Now Approved to Train Veterans Under the G. I.Bill. New i-lRsses begin Thursday nif-lif al 7 o'clock with enrollment any lime thereafter. You may also register for day school M Uial time if you prefer lo attend day school. The following courses are offered in both day and night sessions: Bookkeeping and Awnmling: principles, proprietorship, corporation, cost, lax^ higher accounfing and C. P. A. problems; business law; typing, office machines; Husincss Knglsh. Stenographic Course: New Simplified Gregg Shorthand, 80-100 w. p. m.; typing, .10-50 w. p. m.: Business English; filing and indexing; spelling and vocabulary building. Blytheville Business College 2091/2 W. 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