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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 20, 1949
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F WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1949 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIW Society J\lew<i melia Saliba, Society Editor § Amelia 1'hune 4461 Surprise Showers Given or Mr., Mrs. Martin The Dell Community House was the setting last weekend for a miscellaneous shower honoring Mr. and Mrs. Tom f. Martin, whose home was destroyed by fire recently. Hosts and hostesses at the aflnir, which was attended by approximately 80 friends of the Martins' Included Mr. and Mrs. James Tidwell, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Crawford Sr., Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Bi'ownlee Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Mcrron Koehler, Mr. and Mrs. Cobc Bowers, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Crawford Jr., Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Nolen and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Armstrong, Special guests who attended were Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Crafton fine children. Mr. and Mrs. John Bishop and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Jennings of Crenshaw, Miss. The table, at which refreshments were served, was overlaid with a lace cloth and centered with an arrangement of tulips, iris and spirca. An Identical arrangement was placed 01 the fireplace mantle. Adding to the attractiveness of the decorations was the large assortment of gifts wrapped and tied with various colorcc paper and ribbons. Following the opening of the gifts the remainder of the evening wa -rtoent informally by the guests. ~ Mrs. C. H. Wallace. Mrs. Jame Terry, Mrs. A. R. Wetenkamp, Mrs E. w. Robinson and Mrs. E. M Terry were hostesses yesterday whei they entertained with a surpris shower complimenting Mrs. Martlr Forty of Mrs. Martin's close friend attended the affair which was hel at Mrs. Wallace's home, 1512 Wcs Main. Mrs. Martin was assisted in open ing her gifts of china, crystal an silver, by her two daughters, Mr Rupert Crafton and Mrs. Joh Bishop. Mrs. Bishop was also pre sented gifts by the guests. The dining table, from which re freshments were served, was drape with a cut work cloth and centere with a striking arrangement of ros and white stock In a low cryst bowl flanked by rose tapers burnln In crystal holders. Bouquets 6f red tulips, iris, and yellow roses were Irs, Dan Hamer Heads Osceola Women's Group Mrs. Dan Hamner was elected resident of the Junior Progressive lub in Osceola when the members let Monday night at the First lelhodiit Church. Slic succeeds Mrs. Vcrnon Aston, asawba. Mrs. Higginson Hostess To Bridge Club and Guest Mrs. Cecil Shane was guest yesterday together with members of the Tuesday Bridge Club when Mrs. w. C. Higginson entertained al her home at 1303 West Chick- Bits of News Other officers named: Mis. John Ultn. first vk'e president; Mrs. Sue Pcnnlngtoi), recording secretary; Miss Adelle Hook, corespondmg ecretiuy; Miss Ruby Amiable, rcasurer; Mrs. Mitchell Moore, par- imc'itrii'inn; Mrs. Pi'Cd Dnvis. pres,i •orrt'spondcnt; and Mrs. Vernon Aston, counselor. Mrs. AMon presided with the bus- nexs se.=s;on and Mrs. William Bard Edrinv.ton gave a resume of the meeting of the Junior State Fcdera- ion of Women's Clubs held in Little ^ock last week. Mrs. Emmett Wilson hud charge of the program and presented Dr. W. P. Tun-emine nnd Ralph Wilson who entertained the members with a group of magic tricks. At the conclusion of the program, Mrs. Frank Gwyn was named as the first honovay member of the club. for the occasion were Mrs. Aston and Mrs. Joe Hugtics. Decorations were arrangements of \wiite gladioli and white narcissus. Arranged In the rooms where bridge was ployed were attractive buoqucts of spring flowers In pastel shades. Mrs. Murray Sitmrt received first score in the afternoon game with ivirs. Hiley Jones receiving second. A dessert course was served by the hostess. * • • La Petite Club, Guesls Meet with Mrs. Atkinson Mrs. Gene Atkinson was hostess yesterday when she entertained the Ui Petite club and two guests Mrs. Chester Caldwell and Mrs. P. D. Poster at her home 918 West Chiek- asawba Entertaining rooms of the home were decorated wlih vases of while and red tulips. In the afternoon games, high score went to Mrs. Foster with Mrs. Calciwell receiving second hlRh. The hostess served refreshments of A dessert course. attractively the home. arranged throughout Easter Egg Hunt Given For Sixth Grade Pupils M The Sixth Grade Class of Sud- ""trtiry School and their teacher, Miss Alma Peters held an Easter Egg Hunt Saturday at the B. Jack- aon Home on clear Lake Head. *here were 41 pupils who attended. During the afternoon games, prizes were won by Mabel Yowell, Charles Jones and Maurice Webb Jr. Refreshments of assorted party foods and iced drinks were served by the following!, Mrs. Jackson, Mrs. M. C. Webb and Mrs. Shields Edwards. * • * Mrs. Jobe Entertains Club Eight Members Dinner Party, Egg Hunt Given by Howard Gaines Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gaines were host and hostess ounday when they entertained with an Egg Hunt and dinner party at their home. Approximately 33 guests attended. The dinner was served at the dining table and small tables, which were centered with arrangements of spring flowers in various shades. Following dinner an Egg Hunt was held for the children and the remainder of the afternoon spent informally. Out of town guests who attended included, Mrs. J. H. Young and son, Tommy, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Walker and children. Frankie, Raymond and Kenneth and Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Walker, all of May- fiettl, Ky. * • • Literary Club Meets With Mrs. Couchman Mrs. H. J. Couchman was hostess to members of the Osceola Literary Club yesterday afternoon when 25 members and one guest, Mrs, Harold Fergus, were among those \vho attended. Those serving as co-hostesses included: Mrs. D. H. Blackwood. Mrs. Rube Doyce, Mrs. Louis George, Mrs E. A. Teaforcl and Mrs. A. F. Spiese. Mrs Boycc who is the progran; chairman, presented Dr. L. D. Massey who was the principal speaker. Flowers decorated the home, with a table arrangement of purple Dutch iris, a large crystal basket of Talisman roses was placed on mantle Corning Events Social Calendar Thursday The C. and N. Birthday club will be entertained at the home of Mrs. Hud Lutes at 7:30 p.m. The Maple Grove Cemetery Association will meet at the home of Mrs. John Durham, 325 East Davis at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. J. C. Ellis will entertain the Octette club. The Double Four Bridge Club will be entertained at the home of Mrs. Lyuu Brown. Mrs. Fulton Ellis will be host*** to Hie ThuisAiy Rook Club. The Oosnell W. B. C, S. will meet at the church at 2:30 p.m. for a program meeting. Mrs. Gene Ellis will be hostess to the Avalon Bunco Club. The Blytheville Rook Club will Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Black left today for Oklahoma city, Okla., to visit with Mr. Black's mother, Mrs. W. A, Illack. They will be accompanied home Sunday by Mrs, Blnck, who will spend a months vacation here. Condition of Mrs. William B Hodge who underwent an appendectomy nt ".Vails Hospital, Is Improved. Gordon Hnnnnock returned yesterday to the University of Arkansas, Fayctterlllc, after having spent the Knstcr holidays here with his parents,'Mr. nnd Mrs. G, D Hammock. A. P. Dietrich has returned from a two dny convention of the Tennessee-Arkansas Insurance Agonc> held at the Peabody Hotel In Mom- phis. Miss Ann McLcod was dlsmissei from Walts Hospital yesterday when she underwent an emergency up pendectomy and is now ul Aie home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dumon Mcl.cod at 2001 West Main. He condition Is improved. Miss Mary Ellxnbeth Rogers, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. P. A. Rogers relumed to Texas Stale College to Women, Dallas, Tex., after having silent the weekend here with he parents. She cnme especially fo the wedding of her sister, last Prl daj'j In which she was maid of lion or. Morris Zellncr went to St. Loulsi Mo., yesterday where he will attcn lo business for several days. Condition ot Mrs. J. li. Pisher, who underwent an operation at Walls Hospital last week Is much improved. She was dismissed from the hospital yesterday nnd Is now at her home on West Highway 18. C. A. Timt Is spending today In Memphis where he Is attending lo business. Mrs. Belle Wood spent the weekend in Cniuthcrsville, Mo., ns guest of her sister, Mrs. Frank Eastwood, und family and her slster-in-lnw, Miss Nellc Lee Dorroh. Stanley Needhani returned lo Onl- veaton, Tex., Sunday after having spent several rinys here with his parents, Mr. and Mis. Mtlforcl Miller, nnd other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hurks Sr. had ns their guests over the Easter weekend, their daughter. Miss Billie Sue llurks, who is a junior at Tcxns To Sing Here j,*—r-v Dr. Nies Is Hostess To Baptist B. W. C. The Business Women's Circle of the First Baptist Church hflil their monthly Roynl Service 1'rogram last night Ht the homo of Or. Kdnn NIcs with la members Attending. Mis. E. C. IJrown and sons, Don nmi Ji'ri'y, were guests. Mrs. Brown gave Ihfi opening prayer. After a brief business s slim, presided over by the di'iil, Mrs. Thclrnu Atkins, the |iio- Knuu \\i\s presented by a group of fltlli and sixth grade pupils of Ilir Yaibro School under tho direct- Ion of tholr toucher, Mls.s Minnie l'\i»tor. Topic i>f Iho progi-iim wns, "('hilst, lliu Answer In lima) Communities." The di'votlonul wns given by Patsy Yurbm who discussed the (ith chapter of Muthews. Others Inking part ou the program were Joun lluiu'h, .li'.vile l,ang. Kdim WhlttU'. Hobby Hut 1 Liiuuloy, Janice Jolmsnn. Mulx 1 ! Haynio iind Omega Alexander. A muslciil number played by the girls tnuolte ensp'mblo was under the dhi'otlmi of Shirley Walton. They wore acrompnnti'd by Martha Ann Foster on tho tiny antique melnillan Dismissal prayer was offered by Mrs. Qulncy Alexander after which Ihr hostess served refreshments of piuly sandwiches and Iced drinks. Business Meeting Held Mission Study Program By Baptist Circle Groups Bualncss Women's' Circles Three and Four of the Calvary Baptist Church held their regular business meeting lust night at the. church with a'2 members attending. The meeting opened with the singing of tho year song under tho direction of tlio sotig leader, Mrs. H. I.. Colemnti. Opening prayer was offered by Mm. Luclan Galnes. Mrs. .ce Powell presided during tho busl- ,css session followed by a discussion n the, Business Women's Circle'* luldo Dook by Mrs. Raymond llcl- tnap, refreshments were served by Ji>nn Dlckcnson Star ol the radio program, "Tin A'Luin of Familiar Music", Jeai t)!c'*ens,jn will slug for a lllytlu 1 villa a.ullejice Thursday nlghl li the American legion's Mt'inoriu Stadium Thu program will bi'gti lit g p. m. Miss Ulo)<ohsoii will appear hen ns the irlls'., for the fifth In a sevlo. of tivt! concerts arranged for th current season by Ihe civic Muslim Paraaould Woman Heads AsKoci.V.ion which Is niflllalod with I it B r A f -i the National Conceit nnd Artists Arkansas P.I .A, Council Corporation in New York City. Methodist W. S. C. S. Holds Regular Program The Women's Society ol Chrls- llun Service of the Lake Street Methodist Church met Monday afternoon at the church tor their regular program. Mrs. Cecil Lusk gave the itovo- llonul followed by the gi'oup slug- Ing, "Faith of Our Fathers." The scripture muling was taken from the 8th chapter if Kings. Mrs. I.usk chose as the topic of the meditation, "Fnlth". The Il''ilc lesson was tnught by Mrs. George Skelton, which wns taken from the book "The Bible In Human Rights." A brief business session was presided over by Mrs. W. L. Green, president, after whclh Mrs. O. M. Baxter dismissed the group with prayer. Mrs. Paul Jobe entertained Club Eight members yesterday at the home of Mrs. H. G. Partlow, 300 East Kentucky. In the bridge games played, high score was won by Mrs. R. B. Stout with second high bein? won by Mrs. R. C. Allen Sr. and othet flowers were potted Easter lilies. The next meeting will be held May 17, with Mrs. Jettie Driver as tha guest speaker. meet at the home of Mrs. Russell Wert. Mrs. J. J. Hargett will entertain the L. E. W. Club members. The Thursday Contract Club will be entertained at the home of Mrs. H. W. Wylie Mrs. B. A. Lynch will be hofitess to the Mid-Week clnb. Mrs. N. W. Kyle will lie hostess to the Thursday Night Club. | The Pathfinders Clitis of the Pirst Methodist Chuich will meet a t t nc church at 7:30 p.m. for a pot luck supper. Civic Calendar Thursday Rotary Club, Hotel Noble—12:10 p.m. State College for Women, Dentoii Tex., and their son. Guy Burks Jr., UTTI.K HOCK. April 20. f/l'l— Mrs. Fielding A. 1'oe ol Pnniuo is new president of Ihe Arknmns uuiress of Parents am' Ti'nehi'is Slit: mill oilier new officers worn H'trri without opposition yesterday at Ihe orgaul/atIon's annual ron- vnitton. They will servo three yciir terms. Mrs. cluulr.i n. Wllklns of Mng- nolla and Mrs. Jesse M. While o Hlylhevllle were among nine whr ira'lved life memberships in the otgiinl/atlon. he bostesses. Mrs, Coleman .Irs. J. M. lioss. lUltl Htld by Calvary W.M.U. Clrclei one and Two of th» e*l- vnry Baptist Women'* Mlwkxuuy Union met Monday afternoon at the church for a mission study program. The meeting was opened with th« Binding at the year song followed by prayer by Mrs. 8. B. UcOee. Mrs. Luclnn Oalneu gave th« devotional find also presided over th« business sesaton. Mrs. w. F. O"Kell Rave a chapter from the mluloa study book, "Handclaipt of th« Ainei'lcuii," by Dr. Alfred Carpenter. Prayers were offered by Mr*. Jnck AUaw.y and Mis. VerooD Boyd. Miss Co/o Is Hostess To Calvary Y. W. A. Miss Ijiicindii Cole wu.i hostess to 3 incinbi'i-H or tho Young Women's Auxiliary o( (ho Ctilvury Baptist Clmrch when I hey met lit her home Monday night. Miss Mnry Amirs Peoples led tho group ID the aliening prnyer. Miss '« wns In clmi'Kr of Iho pi'OKrnin t chose ns her lo])lo, "Hurnl Ghitrchi's.' AtliT » brief business session presided over by tho prcsl- lent, Miss Jriin Nnnnnii. Ihc group wns dismissed with prnyer by Miss Mnry I/iulso Mciovo, HofiTshmentK were served buffet style following the meeting. Belli Seared, Spirit* Hells formerly were runt at funerals In order to frighten evil . spirits away from the soul of the deceased, according to the Encyclopedia Hrltannlca. NOT HALF-SAFE At The Hosnitals lll.illirvllli- Ilii^illiil Dismissed: Jo Allen Clurlcy, city. Mrs. Fieemnn Kublnsoii, city. Mrs. S. II. Woods, clly. Mrn. Clmrllc Gaines and city. Wnlls Hospital Dismissed: Mrn. J. B. Fisher, city. Mrs. Arch Llmlscy, city, William West. I.nxorn. Ann Mcl-cod, city. Mrs. If. n. Brnmlon. clly. Mrs. Walter Piuncll and Osceola. I'ntrlela Ann Smith, Anuorcl. baby, baby, several days here as guest of his sisters. Mrs. Grady GolT and Mrs. Mllforri Miller. Mrs. C. A. Tanl. Mrs. J. C. Ellis and Mrs. W. H. Holcomb spent yea- terday In Memphis. Mrs. Roy Harper of St. Louis will nrrivc Saturday lo spend a week Legion Auxiliary Meets For Regular Business The American Legion Aiixillai inn lust night nt Hie Hut tor business meeting wllli M members mltlcc.s mid officer?!, after which llcnill-.K. j Hie group discussed Ihe county Mi's. 11 R Stewart, president. pre-[ crippled chlltlum'ft clinic to l>e held plited during the business .ii-.s.slon, nl_ ul thu church next month. Till! group WHS dismissed With the repealing ol tho ml.vilonary bcnc- clicUoii. to decorate the entertaining rooms of the home. The hostess served refreshments Vases of spring flowers were used of a dessert course. to Memphis Monday night, where she returned to school. Mrs. J. L. Thompson Sr. of Birmingham, Ala., arrived yesterday to spend several days here as guest of her son, J. L. Thompson, Jr., Mrs. Thompson and children. Condition of Bonnie Jean Harris, who had been seriously ill at St. Vincent's Hospital in Little Rock, is much improved. She was dismissed from the hospital and is now at the home of her grandmother, Mrs. Myrtle Knight at 2212 Chlcka- sawba. Jimmy Dial returned Monday to Galveston, Tex., after having spent who attends the University of Mis- here as guest of her mother, Mrs. sissippi, Oxford, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Butt and other relatives, Burks Sr. motored their daughter] Mrs. Michael Fiirr. the former Miss Effolecn Frances Freeman, and Miss carmen Hughcy, both .students at the School of Arts In New York City, N. Y., arrived to be the guests of Mrs. Parr's mother, Mrs. Talma Freudian, her grandmother, Mrs. Odie FriDman and other relatives in nlythevllle. Before returning to New York I hey will visit with her sister. Mrs. Jack Woodson In Carulhcrsvillc, Mo. which limn plans were discussed lor the dU'.rlct meeting to ho hold April 20. The group volcd to semi Miss \rnry Jo Eaton lo Girls Slate. iMid wi.l also sponsor a boy to Hoy's Stale. 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