The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 20, 1949 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 20, 1949
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PAGI rotm BLVTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 1949 Suits Don New Color in Tweeds Amelia Salib*, Society Editor Phone 4461 Miss Galloway Engaged To Don Edward Chamblm The engagement o( Miss Virginia Ann* Galloway o! Augusta, Qa., daughter of Mrs. Virginia EldridRC Galloway, also of Augusta, to Don Edward Chfimbliii, son of Mr. siul Mrs. L. D. Chamblin of Blythcville is announced today by her motliev. Plans for the wedding to be sol- ernniKd Thursday August 18, at Hie First Baptist Church in Augusta will be announced later. The bride-elect attended Mary Washington College in Frcderlcte- burg, V'c. .Mr. Chamblin attends the University of Arkansas in Fayeiteville where hi- te a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilou fraternity. Junior Service Auxiliary Meets at Country Club A meeting of the Junior Service Auxiliary was held yesterday morning at 10 o'clock at the Country Club to discuss plans tor Hie Fashion Show to be sponsored by the Auxiliary In September. 'The following committees were (([, e appointed at the meeting: Mrs. \V.; i - Bits of News Mostly MKI> IlKCL-Vfl.V—Mrs. Douglas Wilson w r as before her marriage Sunday, July 10. at the home of Russell [iutfer, pastor of Liberty Baptist Church, H. pease, commentator; Mrs. Her- i .\|j ss Detly lievill. daughter of Mr. mon charlton, chairman of ticket, i and Mrs. R. W. Bevill o( the New sales and will be assisted by Mrs. Liberty Community. Mr. Wilson is Alvin Huffman Jr., Mrs. James the srai of Mr. anil Mrs. Ernest Terry, Mrs. B. A. Porter and Mrs A. R. Wetenkamp; Mrs. R. L. Logan and Mrs. Monroe Grain, in charge of clothes: Mrs. Don Smith chairman and Mrs. J. E. Hensley, In charge of the models: Mrs. John Caudill. music: Mrs. J. L. Gunn. decorations; Mrs. Marvln ( Smith, table service and Mrs. Albert Taylor, chairman. Wilson of Clear Lake Community. Coming Events Social Calendar Taylor. Mrs. Ben Harpole and Mrs. Max Logan, the food. • » * Informal Morning Party Given (or Miss Woodson ' Another In a series of interesting events btrlng planned for Miss Julia Ann Woodson. bride-elect of Major John Samuel Hudson Jr. of New Bern. N.C.. was given yesterday at the home of Mrs. G. A. Hale with other hostejsM belli? Mrs. Hale'x mother. Mrs. J. F. Tompkins and her suter, Mrs. HHV.S Builivan ;. Twenty five gtlMts attended the affair which wax an informal morning parly, MissEnrlcne'Frank- fin of Oailatin, Tenn., was the only out of town guest. Summer bouquets of snapdragons, gladioli and other mixed flowr »ert irranged throughout the entertaining rooms of the home. Miss Woodson chose lor thui affair. » grey chsmbray frock with Tfhlte accessories. She was presented a gift from the hostesses. • • » Mrs. Guard Entertains Bridge Club and Guest ;.' Mrs Dick White,was a guest yesterday wilu members of the Trt- Town Bridge Club when they were entertained at the home of Mrs. James C. Guard at 117 East Davis. ' The home was decorated with attractive arrangements of summer flowers which included gladioli and zinnias. During the bridge games, Mrs. Garrard Caudill received high score with Mrs. James Brooks receiving second high. '• The hostess, served refreshments of a dessert course. Thursday C. and N. Birthday Club will be Harmon i entertained at the home of Mrs C. S. Baggetl at 1 p.m. Mrs. G. V. Daws will entertain the Blytheville Rook Club. The Thursday Rook Club will be entertained at the home of Mrs Nevill Blakemore. Mrs Raymond Shnjnlln will be hostess to the Avalon Bunco Club. The Gosnell W.S.C.S. will meet at the church at 2:30 p.m., and will later go to the home of Mrs Kcnviey for a program meeting. Mrs. C. S. Baggett will entertain the C and N Dlrthday Club at her home at 7 p.m. Nu Pill Mu Snrority will meet at the home of Miss Mary Van Snecd lit 7:30 p.m. with Miss Joyce Damon as co hostess. Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon will present a book review during the program. Friday Mrs. ^enrtervnle Fowler will be hostess to the C.B.C. Club. Mrs. Harry Bogan will entertain the Friday Rook CV'b. Mrs. Paul Jube and daughters. Sue and Kay have returned from Prcscotl, Ariz., where they spent their vacation with her sister. Mrs Sam Head and family. They were gone for (We weeks. Mr and Mrs. Jack Vowel] have as their guests. Mr. VowolPs sister, Miss Alice vowctt ami his niece, Miss Louise "iillam of Harlan. Ky They plan to visit in lilylheville for two weeks. Miss Krulenc Franklin ol Clal- latin, Term., is 'he of Miss Julia Ann Woodson and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Woodson and sister. Slrtty. Miss Franklin nnd Miss 'Voorlsrm holh attended Randolph-' la •• at l-ynchburg. Va Mr. nnd Mrs. J. J. Cnofcston had as Iheir overnight guests Svnday and Mrs. P. L. Wood of Marl nnna. Sergeant and Mrs. Charles Le Eoy Block n( Elizabeth Junction Marietta. Oa.. arc the parents son b^rn July 15 at the Station Hospital, Fort McPhcrson. S«t Black, assigned to duty at th Marietta Air Force Base, is frorr Dallas. Tex., wh"? Mrs. Black. Ih former Miss Jatinfce Ford, is from Blvlhcville. Charles Crlgger III arrived horn to spend the summer with his par ents. Mr. ivnri Mrs. Charles Crlr~~ Jr. He attended the summer ses slon at the University of Arfcansa at Fns'ettcville. BM 1-c and Mrs. Uoyd G. Russell and child™.>. Sandra and Floyd Jr. -f Great Lakes were the weekend guests of tier parents. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Robeson and daughter. Mary Ann. They were enroute to Augusta. Oa., where they will visit with his sister. Mrs Harry Hughes and family for a week. They were accompanied there by Mary Ann Hobeson. Mr. anrt Mrs. O. A. Hale ami daughter. Ruth ol Bilrdette, Misses Elizabeth anrt Barbara Van Hooser of Blytheville are "pending todav in Memphis. They went esnti^altj to attend the MOAT performance of "Naughty Marietta." Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Howie »nr\ daughter. Juliet, had as their quests, Mrs. Rossle's brother. T. A. Rossie. her aunt. Mrs. Mary Rossie and Joe Sputallit of Hammond, La. They were enroute from Chicago. 111., where they visited for several days. They returned to their homes this morning. By Kpsle KInnrd NKA Kiishion Editor NEW YORK—i NEAI-fine fabrics aid and nbet, Uie new suit, in flagging eyes to its 1950 lot)!:, Take tweeds, which are drawing glances their way from every direction. Whether fine or r< »rse- grainctl. nubby or smooth, homespun looking or highly-textured tweed is nn eye-catcher. That's particularly so when it appears in surprise colors. Mauve and curry-yellow tweeds are examples. To help (.weed cut a swathe, woolens thnt are to ;t —jersey and woolknits for Instance—make the suave blouses and line the jackets of many of this fall's smartest suits. Case In point Is the suit with the new. long, roomy Jacket thai can dovble as a three-quarter length topper. Brlgance designs this suit of curry-colored tweed, which . hns a pcggcn-topperi skirt \vith a 13-inch high hemline, a brown leather belt and a JackcL- iining and blouse of curry-colored Jcivcy. Kasha cloth — remember il? — •omes buck u> Rive dressy suits their look of fall finery. A kasha cloth nuike.s colorless as oatmeal newsworthy suit of loyal Service Program Held by Calvary B. W. C. The Calvary Baptist Business Women's Circle Four met last night t the home of Mrs. Raymond Belknap. 1100 West Main tor a Royal Service Program. Mrs. J. D. Widner presided at the meeting with Mrs. Bill Shanks being in charge of the program entitled, "Christ the Answer to the Oriental Religions. 11 others taking 't on the program were Mrs E. E Smith, Mrs. Mark Anderson. Mrs. Shanks. Mrs. Marie Matter. Mrs. R, U Coleman. Mrs. Belknap and Mrs Larry Byram. Prayers were offered by Mrs, Coleman and Mrs. Widner. During the business, It was decided that tlie month's community mission project would be the distribution of Bibles and clothing to needy colored children in Blythe ville. A social hour was held following the program and refreshments of a salad plate with Iced drinks served. Young People to Direct Baptist's Prayer Service Tlie young people of the First Baptist Church will direct the prayer services at 1:45 tonight, ti a part of their youth month activities. The services will center about the theme of "What will You Do With Jesus." Harry Ray Brooks will present tlie scripture lesson and lead In sentence prayers, and following this part of the service, Miss June Posey will present a reading. "Every Youth Has a Quest to Make." A girls trio, composed of Misses Billic Jean Turk. Billie Jane Rogers and Marian Mayes will sms "What Will You Do with JejiBJ" and the closing song, "Softly ftii Tenderly Jesus Is calling." The story ol Samuel will be related bv Owen Harrison, and Miss Mayes "will tell the story of Ann Hasselline Judson, the first woman to represent the Baptist denomination as a foreign missionary. Youth Month ActivlUea will continue throughout July. ail the jacket Martini's design. He "braids" th zipped-closed jacket at collar and hipband with solid rows of stitched black yarn, belts it in the 1950 tradition and slims the suit silhouette with a skirt that hews to the typical 13-Inch hemline. /Cool-Aid Business Women's Circle Meets with Mrs. Luttrell Women's Circle Seven of tlie First Baptist Church met last ni% r ht a* thf home of Mrs. Maurice Luttrell for their regular meeting. Mrs Thelma Atkins, president, presided over the business session. 'Ilie program was given in the form of a round table discussion on the subject, "Christ the Answer to Oriental Religions." The program dosed with circle prayer. During the social hour refreshments were served by the hostess, i ,_____^.__»._.M«_^. - «.»._ PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Slock Guaranleed Best Prices Kirby Drug Stores! * * WE, THE WOMEN * B) Roth Hiltett NKA Staff Writer Marriage Needs Outlet For Competitive Instinct : At The Hospitals Bylhcvillc Hospital Dismissed Mrs. Bessie Wilson, Dell. Have you ever noticed thiit..the+ happiest married couples usiially j nurture some form of recreational competition between husband and wife? The couple may keep careful scores on a card game that goes along for months or even years — csich one doing his best to give .he other a sound beating. Or they may be golf or tennis opponents. Or they may pit their July 2-1-26, They also made plans for the installation of new officers at a joint meeting with (he American Lesion on August a. At the , , . , r close of the business session, it was way of keeping boredom } votc[| (hat (h( , nuxiUary woulti ,, cl)) reported by Mrs. J. skill against each other in hunt- ins; or fishing or target practice. They may even compete with each other as gardeners But whatever the competition, it's » sure-fir out of marriage companionship. It helps the marriage in another wny. ton. Men and women seem to have a natural urge to compete \vith each other. When here is no recreational outlet for Hint instinct, (hey often cxmcss it in ways Hint aren't pleasant. .Same husband.; and wives compete by trying to dominate ea other. Each one ts set on crttlne liis or her way in small mutters and Inrye Business Meeting Held By Legion Auxiliary The American Legion Auitiliary met last night at the Hut for their InisinesK meeting, which was presided over by Mrs. Bryant Stewart. During the meeting, final plans were imde for the delegates to attend the convention In Fort Smith Half Moon W.S.C.S. Meet With Mrs. C. W. Garrigan Tlie HnK Mo on Women's Society of Christian Service met yosterday at Lite home of Mrs. C. W. Gur- rigati with seven members pre.senL Mr.s. W. R. LlghtToot presided nt the meeting. The scriyvtvtre was renri by Mrs. R. L- H:uvkins. foUov/- ert by tlie study by Mrs. Grtrrigjui. She taupht the first chapter of the book, "Wcnien of Scripture." The group was dismissed with prayer by Mr.«. Hiuvklns. after which refreshments were served by the hostess during a social hour. Mrs. Wa/cefie/d Hostess To Methodist W.S.C.S, Thf Women's Society of Christian Service of the Lone Oak Methodist Cmnch met Monday at the home of Mrs. B. H. Wnkefield Thpre were .six members and one sucst, Mrs. W. Hays present. The mretinp wn.s presided ovrr by the vice-president, Mr.s. J. W. Fields. Prayer was offered by Mr.s. Glen Alexander, followed by a brief lalk by Mrs. W.D. Young. 1 During tlic business session, each ! member told of the project she chase to help raise money for the W.S.C.S. Following the dismissal prayer by Mrs. Young, refreshments were .served by the hostess. Armorel Baptist W.M.U. Holds Business Meeting Attends Dance COULDN'T GET WTi OUT OF QlT.U(l!i:i,lNC; MAY liESl'I.T Other." tnKo out this cotnfK'tive ursc by pic-king Quarrels, by kcep- ine a ^urn'mr arcnmcnt coing— instead of r running card game. Still other? give vent to the competitive spirit by running ench olhrr riown. The wife- fri-ls compelled to let the world know how superior she is to her hilMiand and what a martyr she is to put up with him The husband never nii.w- e? a chance to run down women —bnraiisr when 'ic takes a crark at women in general he is takine a noKc nt his vife Where there are two careers in a family- they sometimes form the basts lor competition, which Is Mi-,* Henry Berry was host ess to the Women's Missionary Union of C l, j the Anno re 1 Chinch when hey iwei at her home for their ealtor business session. Sixteen membcrr and one visitor attended Mrs Kerry Rave the devotional aken fioiri the book of Luke, after! vhich Braver was offered by Mr.s : S. H. Rcbstofk. During the ; mrrttng, final plans were made j for the dinner of the W.M.U, rally to be held a T the Armorel Church Friday. July 22. Closing prayer was given by Mr.s. j Frank Mays, I ACT—Nanette Fabray (above) found j bound to cause trouble. the show couldn't go on when a! so recreational competition be- bug fell into her costume in the fell into her costume in second net of "Btoonit'r Girl", in which .she stars, in Dallas. Tex., the nignt ol July 17 Slic liar] hys- twren a husband and wife a two-fold purpose. It makes their companionship stimnlallng, and It gives then: a harn l1rt ss way lerics when the bug made its en- i compete with each other without trance during elaborate mvisical I bitlcrncss or hard feelings. number of the act. The open air , showing «as cancelled. CAP Wire- phoUO Head Co\ir1ei Mews Wan! WATCH For the Grand Opening of GRABER'S Completely Remodeled Store on or About August 15th Thp average Jitter of coyotes range from five to seven pups. Continuous Stiows Box Office Opens* 1:45 Show Starts 2:0n 8:00 a.m. 1^:15 f-m 1:30 p.ra USTF.N TO KLCN Wednesday Thursday & Friday Of lire U[>rn< 6:43 rfhnw Slarl* ):00 Open;. rinmla> 1:00. St;irl;> 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat & Son RnrRHtn \ieht Kvm Vifcht Kxrepl Siiturria> No passr,"- honnrorl on Sunday a Ka:s> 1'hcalre 1,as1 Time 1 Todav (MOVIli.K The Exile F.iirhank*. Jr. French Leave with .Turkic Cooprr and Jarkir Congan Elizabeth until the small hours today at a debutante parly in Mayfair. H was his real night out since he was stricken with a lee ailment last November. The parly \vas f->r the debut r>f the Queen's twin 17-year-old niece.*; Mary and Patricia Bowes-Lyon. Thursday X- Friday M-G-M's HUSICW. 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