BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURTEF NEWS TUESDAY, MAY 3,1949 Mew* Amelia Saliba, Society Editor Phone 4461 |)f iss Henderson ecpmes Bride Ensign Kuehn Ennaned Senior Breakfast Is 1-1 '=»"a A. r" , ri...-,- _ i « :in a simple but impressive cere- ifjriony Saturday at 5 p.m., Miss Ruth '^Henderson, daughter of Mr. and ijirs. J. V. Henderson of Dell, be- ;«ame the bride of Ensign Walter ^Kuehn, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. acuehn of Brooklyn, N.Y. ^ The double ring ceremony was •iolemnlred at the home of the '•bride's sister, Mrs. Russell Gill and ••"Mr Gill in Dell In Ihe presence o! r close friends and relatives. The Rev fc Miesslcr, pastor of the First Lutheran Church officlaled. U Floor baskets of white gladioli ftonVed by tall stately white tapers burning in whit* candelabra form\M the setting for the wedding par- ly Roses, gladioli and greenery Were used throughout the home. ••Tapers were lighted by Cecilia iAnn and Becky Lynn Henderson '-•Miss Janet Henderson, sUter of Ihe bride, presented several music .Selection which Included -Ala a s »nd the traditional wedding . a white shantung dress. Given > h Mlt"Mi.dred Ann Didlake o, . given In marriage by announce the engagement of their daughter. Miss La Jean Wiignon lo Buddy Joe Layton. son of Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Layton, Miss Waynon Is a student at Blylheville High School where she also Is a member of the band. Mr. Layton, n graduate of Blytheville High School, is connected with Southwcstei Bell Telephone Company In Blytheville. Plans for the weddii.g will be announcer] at a later dote. Mi's. Hcrner Entertains Honoring Ramona Crafton Miss Ramona Crnfton was complimented Saturday when Mrs. W. I,. At First Christian Church The Woman's Council of the First Chrlsllan Church entertained with a breakfast yesterday morning at the church honoring the seniors who will graduate this month and who are members of the church, together wllli their parents and other guests. Those being Honored were Jimmy Lowe, Betty Lavson. Betty Nell Holland, Louella Alley, Jean Ded- mnn and George Xe^ous, The Invocation was given by Mrs Lester D. Strubhftr iv'th .-Irs. 0 A. Tant acting as mistress of ceremonies. Mrs. A. R. Wetenkamp gave the welcome followed by the response by Jimmy I/owe. The main table was covered witl a while cloth and centered with f. long arrangement of glowing white tapers Intermingled with clustc of white bell' with red rosebuds I the clappers. Completing the cen terpiece was the polished Ivy leave entwined around the nrranremen and extending down Hie center o the tables. Placed riow the Icngh of the olhcr Inbles were the whit bells and red rosebuds Inlcrpersei with Ivy. Theme of Ihe program was base around Ihe centerpiece. The bell symbolized the ringing out the ach levemenls and ringing In a ne year with Us Plans for other ac compllshments. The lighted tapers wer f v/lll light (he grarfuales' way and the Ivy was symbolic of the college days ahead. Out-of-lown guest at the breakfast was Mrs. Don Fletcher, houseguest of Mr. and Mi . P.. L. Ded- mnn. Bits of News Mr. and Mri. Albert Enderlln re- urned Sunday night from a 10 day«' vacation In Gulfport, and Bl- oxi, Miss., and New Orleans, La. Belore returning home they spent several days In Water Valley, Miss., as gue«t of Mr. Enderlln's molher Mrs, A. JOiiderlln. Mrs. Leon H. Da via returned from Chicago, III., where ahe spent the pa»t 10 days and wu a guest of the ;e Shore Club. She was met In Memphis Saturday by Mr. Davis who accompnled her home. He returned to Clarksdale, Miss., Monday Miss Nancy Partlow, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Partlow In Bly- Ihevllle, has pledged Delta Gamma Sorority at the University ol Alabama In Tuscaloosa. She Is a sophomore. Condition of Miss Betty Jean Woolen, who was dismissed yesterday from Walls Hospital where she underwent a mn)or operation, is Improved. 6he Is now at her home at 63B South Lake. Mrs. Roy Morris and daughter, Sherry, have returned (rom a two- weeks visit in Bessemer and Mobile. Ala. v Mrs W. Marlon Williams, Mrs. Chris Tompkim and Mrs. Jake Coming Events Social Calendar Tundiy The Y. M. B. Club will be entertained by Mrs. Murray McHafley »t the home ol her mother, Mrs. 8. Ooff, at 7:30 p.m. First Methodist Church Board of Education Meeting at 7:30 p.m Worker's Conference meeting at 1:30 p.m. The Epsllon Sigma Alpha Sorority will meet In the Colonial Room of Hotel Noble at 8 p. m. .Vedntsday The Wednesday Bridge Club will be entertained at (he home of Mrs. Baker Wilson. Mrs. O. Modinger will be hostes: to the Town «nd Country Club. The Junior a. A.'s of the Calvary Baptist Church will meet at the church at 4 pjn Family Night at the First Meth- odlsl Church at 6:30 p.m., Including a covered dish supper. A feature length film at the First Methodist Church at 6:30 p.m. entitled, "Beaching From Heaven. Mrs. George MeLeod will be hos- | te.ss to the Lutheran Guild at 1:30 p. m. Thursday Pre-School Registration for Cen tral School, at the Health Olfici from 1 to 3 p.m. Gosnoll w. S. C. S. meeting a tile home of Mrs. Henderson Hall Senior Breakfast at the First Bap tist Church at 7 p.m. Mrs. Leon Sclierer will be hostes usintss Meeting Held Y Methodist W.S.C.S. The Women's Society of Olnls- an Service met yesterday at the First Methodist Church [or their egulai buslne-sa meeting. Ml&s Mamie L. Adams, gave the evotlonal choosing as her topic. My Ideals." Plans for Ihe May ireakfast was discussed with Mrs. Hugh WhlUiilt as ceneral chairman and Mrs. M. S. Goodwin in barge ol the tickets. The following new officers will be nslalled In the June business Meeting: Mrs. W. L. IVorner, piesl- lent; Mrs. W. J. Pollard, vice-president: Mrs. Georjfe Pyle-s, second ^Ice-president; Mrs. W. R. Campbell, recording secretary; Mrs. L. E. Old, corresponding secretary; Mrs. A. Cunningham, treasurer; Mrs fewton Whitis. study" chairman; drs. J. C. Droke. Christian Social delations; Mi's. L E. Baker, sccre- .ary of supplies; Mrs. Gean Atkinson, chairman of Christian publications; Mrs. S. C. Guard, chairmnr of Spiritual Life; Mrs. Charles Partow, secretary for student work Mrs. William Wyalt. secretary o childrens work and Mrs, Byron E. Moore, publicity. Members of the nominating committee were Mrs, •'• W. Adatns Jr., Mrs. W. J. Pollard and Mrs. W. I. Denton. are spending today In " ^T^^cnidtd^lcsT^ : * B Boi> Henderson served Ensign •kuehn as best man. t-i Mrs. Henderson, mother ol Hie Vide, chose a blue crepe frock with Alack* accessories. She pinned a cor- ge of white roses at, her shoulder. Immediately following the ceremony, a reception was held rhe dining table was covered with a "while cloth and centered with a low • crystal bowl filled 1th while ami yellow Dutch Iris flanked by white tapers In crystal holders. Placed at one end ol the table, was a three 'tired wedding cake topped with a ^miniature bride and groom. Mrs. •Bob Henderson, Mrs. Bertha Gill, Mrs. I. W. Prultt and Mrs. Vance Henderson assisted In the serving Following the recepllon the cou- ;pi* left on a wedding trip to Brook- l^a, N.T., twfore returning to Nor'**. Tirglnla where Ihejr will mane home. Horncr entertained a bridge Miss England Honored At P. H. Jernigan Home • Mis» Ramona England, brtde-elec |of Edgar Cain was complimentcc 'Friday afternoon with an Informa ( tea at the home of Mrs. P. H •Jernigan. other hostesses were Mrs Barrel! Lunsford, Mrs. Henry Long »nd Miss Evelyn Tomlinson. Guests •called between the hours of 3 and ! . The tea table was overlaid with V lace cloth and centered with rminiature bride and groout stand '.ing under » white arch. Attract!!' 'arrangements of spring flowers .•were used to decorate the entcr- ;talning rooms of the home. The honoree and her mother, :Mrs. J. E. England, were presented ; gardenia corsages from the hos- •tesses. Miss England ware for this (occasion, -a black and -vhlte pin .striped rayon cord dress with black • accessories. She was -Iso presented gifts from the guests. : Refreshments of punch and as- 'sorted party foods were served. luncheon at her home, 1200 West Chickasawba, Tile three course luncheon was served at small tables with each being centered with a crystal vase ol pnnsics and lilies of the valley. Other attractive lUTftnRcmeuts of spring flowers were used to decorate the entertaining rooms of the home. Gucsls who aUenrtcd Included Mtsses, Jean Dcdman, Gny Garrigan. Patsy Beslmrse, Betty Nell lollaiid, Susie Crafton, Mary Franes Galncs and Roberta Bracey. <Irs, Roscoe Crafton, mother of the honoYee. was a luncheon guest. During the bridge games, high core was won by Miss GarrlRan with Miss Besharse receiving second hlRh. Miss Crafton WHS presented a gift !rom the hostess. Luxora Student Council Elects 1949-50 Officers LUXORA, Ark.. May 3—Results of the first annual election of officers and members lo serve on the recently activated Student Council of Luxora High School was announced here today by Vernon Wilson News Mrs. J. T. rtussp.v Honored Mrs. J. J. Busscy was honored when Mrs. Wallace Thompson entertained In Wilson with a surprise birthday-bridge party Friday night at her home. In bridge games played Mrs. Ralph Robinson won high and also the jiKi^cr prl/.c. Mrs. S. A. Rnfilnolti received low and Mrs. Chtiilc.s Lcflwlch, bingo. Other guests were Mrs. George Brewer, Mrs. F. S. Reose, Mrs. James Rnb- ertson and Miss Annie Roy Rowland. Refreshments of chicken snlad cake and coffee were served by Ihe hostess. Hulfman Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. John Mays and sons, John Burton and Jimmy Lynn 11 Blue Mountain, Miss., yesterday where they attended the May Festival at Blue Mountain College In which Iheir daughter and sister. Miss Marion Mays was an attendant to the May Queen. H. R. Campbell of Miss WhllsHfs Shop, relumed from a weeks slay in New York City. N. Y.. where he went (or a mid-summer buying trip. Mrs. Garth Castlio and Mrs. J. T. Wc.stbvook arc spending several days n Fulton, Mo., where they are vts- lo the Thursday Rook Club. Blytheville Rook Club lo meet a the home of Mrs. Elva Poe. Mrs. C. P. Tucker will entertaii the Ocetctte Club. Mrs. Bill Gilbow will bi hostes to the Avalon Bunco Club. L. E, W. Club to be entertaine at "the home of Mrs. Floyd seay Thursday Contract Club to at the home of Mrs. Rodney Ban ister. Mrs. I. Merril Jontz will be hos less to the Double Pour Bridg Club. T. N. Club to be entertained the home of Mrs. Carl Paul. The Thursday Nljht Club will meet at the home of Mrs. J. A. Sa- Dell W.S.C.S. Meets Mrs. K. A. Greenway Royal Service Program Held by Armorel W.M.U. The Dell Women's Society of hristian Service of the Methodist liurcli had their meeting at the lomc ol Mrs. H, A. Greenway with Mrs. Cora Greenway as co-hostess. Nineteen members attended. The meeting opened with the singing of a hymn folio id by Ihe scripture reading by Mrs. Oral Hunnlciitt. During the business session, Mrs. Charles Kennett was elected as secretary of children; work with Nirs. Hunnlciitt. to serve as secretary of Christian Social Relations and Mrs. Arthur Penter as secretary of the status of the women. Mrs. E. H. Hall taught the study course, "The Newness of Life", after which the group was dismissed, Refreshments of a dessert course were served by the hostesses. Executive Board Meets At Presbyterian Church The Women of the Executive Board of the First Presbyterian Church met yesterday at the church for a business session. Mrs. C. P. Rambo gave the devotional and emphasized the Chris- linn Family Week. Mrs. Ross Stevens, president, presided over the business session, during which time Mrs. Harvey T. Kidd told of the plans for the Daily Vacation Bible School which will begin the first week in June for children, ages H. Mrs. Elbeit Huflman wat appointed as chairman for Circl* Four, after which plans were discussed for the Wednesday night supper preceding prayer meeting. Give GIFTS THAT LAST for Mother's Day |Au unusual ei't which Inslantl •shows your deep appreciation . . and a elft which bears th iark of your own good taste. frhere are countless sufgestlon Jhere at the Gift Shop ... In ever price ran^c . . . and each de ^signed lo please the most dls [criminating tasle. Distinctly 'gift-wrapping service Is yours no exlra charge. Come In th week. THE GIFT SHOP Moss Bryan 103 East Main Street James, school priclpal. The student body elected the following to serve as officers of the organization: D. H. White, president; Chester Lunsford, vice-president; and Janie Lewis, secretary- treasurer. Class representatives, chosen by each of Ihe six upper grades, were: Elizabeth Dillard, Diane Stevens, Carmel Walker, Joe Paschal. Wiley Tate, Jr.. and Frances Brooks. Each of the elected council members will serve for the 1949-50 school year. O. C. Driver and Mrs. R. T. Ballew were elected faculty representatives. Siudrnl Council Electn Patricia Campbell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Neely. has been elected president of the Student Council of Wilson High School in the election held last week. Other officers who will serve with Miss Campbell are Helen Harnden. vicepresident: Virginia McAffee. secretary-treasurer; and Jean Jackson reporter. r.T.A. Completf* Srrlei Th« Wilson PTA held an all day study course-covered dish meeting Wednesday at the Methodist Church. The meeting completed a series of study courses on "Children" and the various phases In child growth. Mrs. Alma Harden, study chairman was In charge. Mrs. Charles Lcltwlch led the discussion on "Allowance for Growth." Mrs. Bcn- to Garrctt discussed "Will They be Ready for Marriage," Mrs. Ray mond Cotner led the discussion on What are Comic-Books" and Mrs. rden discussed "Parent Ed n." Eighteen members attended meeting. iting their clauvhters, MlM Lcta Rose Cnstllo and Miss Kalhryn Westbrook. both students at William Woods College there. Mrs. J. A. Bryant returned Irom Newborn. Term., where she visited for the past week. Edgur Fisher Barnett, student at Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, ranked in the highest ten per cent of the freshmen classes enrolled In the junior division during the fall semester it was announced in a letter received from S. A, Cnldwell, Dean. He is the grandson of Mrs. E. A. Fisher and H. E. Barnett of Blytheville. and the son of (he former Miss Lucctta Fisher. Mr. ami Mrs. E. B. Gee and son E. B. Jr.. left this afternoon for Little Rock t° spend several days- While there, Mr. Gee and son will enter a golf tournament. liba. Official Board meeting at the First Methodist Church at 7:30 p.m. Midd-Week Club will be entertained at the home of Mrs. Cecil Shane. The Jaycettes will meet at tile Rustic Inn at 1:30 p.m. KridiiT Mrs. Lendetmie Fowler will tertain th? C. B. C. Club at hoire. The Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will meet at the home of Mrs. F. E. Utley at 2:30 p.m. • • • Civic Calendar The Armorel women's Missionary Union had their Royal Service Program yesterday at the church with 20 members, which Included 11 new members and four visitors from Mary's -Chapel Union, present The devotional was given by Mrs. W. L. Smith, alter which Mrs. C. C. Elliott led In prayer. Those taking part on the program and their topics were: Mrs. W. O. Auten. "Home and Social Pressure": Mrs. N. C. Patterson. "Youth's Problems in the Home"; Mrs. Henry Berry, What Is Read in Your Home": vlrs. Fred Faught, "What Have We Done lo Sunday" and Mrs. Elliott, "how Can We Make Our Homes Better." It was discussed that a joint meeting of the Mary's Chapel Union and the /rmorel W. M. U. would be held to study the Rook, "Handclasps ->r the Americus" by Dr. Alfred Carpenter. j Many countries hold national elections on Sunday because on tba day business will be least Interfere! .with an most voters are free lo ;- come to the poles, At The Hosnitals Rlylhcvillc Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Houston Flannixan, Haytt Mo. Walls Hospilnl Dismissed: Mrs J. D Needhnm, Rt. 3, < Curtis Kelly, clly. Mrs. James Keen. Osceola. J. A. Brees. Rt. 3. city. Miss Betty Woolen, city. Wr.i. Arnold McDnnfet Rnd Mrs P. Cash spent last Tuesday in tile Rock. Mrs. Mnggie Boyles lias returned her home In Dell after spending few days with her son. Bufon oyles. and family. Mr. and Mrs. Sid Hayes of Card ell. Mo., were the weekend guest their son, Jerry Hayes, and Mrs fives. Miss Louise Phillips of MsiRnial; rk., spent (he weekend here wit For MOTHER'S DAY She Will Love One ot These Ever-Popular Gifts? STAT/ONERY— plain or personalized; all Vinci?> for formal and informal corieHiondence. BOOKS— On Bridge, Etiquette, Cooking. Also Biblej. FOR GAMES— Plastic Playing C;irds v Csibbage Sel5, GamctteR, Card Table Covers, Bridge Score Sets. FOR WRITING— Miniature Gold and Stiver Cross Pencils lor the purse, Parker Fountain Pens and Pencil Eels. Estcrbrook Pens. OTHER SUGGESTIONS— Paper Napkin;, Guesl Towels. Place Mai*, Diaries, Birthday Books. Desk Memo Books, Picture Frames, Desk Lamps and Magnifying Glasses. Include a Norcross Greeting Card Wt "Gift Wrap" Frt«! SAMUEL F. NORRIS Station*!*— Offic« Outfitters—PrinUrt Across From City Hall American p.m. American Legion Auxiliary— Continuous Shows ]5ox Office Opens 1 :I5 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.CN 8:00 a.m. 12-A5 p.m. 4:30 p.m. •ub-District Council lolds Regular Meeting The Mississippi County Council of he sub-district of the Methodist Youth Fellowship met last night at he First Methodist Church. Bob Edwards, president, opened he meeting with the devotional and i prayer. A World Friendship project was discussed and the council •ecommendcd that the sub-district support a pnstor teacher In India 'or one year. The next sub-distdict meeting will ae held May » at the First Church liere. Following the meeting, the group was served refreshments in the social rooms of the church. Legion — g p.m. Wednesday KI-.vanLs Glut. Noble Hotel-MS:lO p.m. Thursday Rotary Club, Hotel Noble—12:10 p.m. Friday National table tennis champion exhibition. B'ville "Y"—4 p.m. Boy and Glrb Parade—5 p.m. North Mississippi County District Bo) Scout Camporee, Saturday North Mississippi County District Hoy Scout Camporee. Tuesday Only Triple Threat with Top Pro Football Players Continuous Showing K Selected Short Box Oflice Opens 6:45 Show Starts 1:00 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:1S Continuous Shows Sat. & Sun. . Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday Nu passes honored on Sunday at Roxy Theatre Tuesday and Wednesday MM • BRENT friends. Mrs. Phillips, a former teacher In the Wilson Junior High and school dramatics director, attended the senior class play Friday night. J.J. Busscy. W.L. Wadsworth and Diskie Westbrooke motored to Hot Springs. Saturday to see Braxton BragE who Is a palicnl in the Arm> and Navy Hospital. Mfssourian Nominated To Head Rotary District JOPLTN, Mo.. May 3—W—Benjamin F. 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