The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 2, 1949 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 2, 1949
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1949 Bocietu J\lewA Lmelia Saliba, Society Kdilor f Phone 4461 Bridge Luncheon Given At Kendall Berry Home Miss Betty Dale of Prcnlis, Miss., houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry, shared honors yesterday with Miss Julia Ann Woortson, biide-elect ot Ma}. Samuel Hudson Jr., when Mrs. Berry entertained with a bridge luncheon at her home on Barfield Road. Special guests Included. Mrs. E E. Woodson, mother of the bride- elect and Miss Mary Stacy Collins of Memphis, houseguest of Mr. and_ Mrs. E. F. Fry. The two course luncheon was served at small tables arranged on the side porch o( the home. Summer bouquels of mixed flowers in assorted colors were arranged throughout, the home with smaller arrangements centering each table. Each guest was presented a miniature corsape as a favor. In the bridge games, high score was won by MLss Woodam with Mrs. Freeman Jcrnigan receiving second high nnrt Mary Jo N'^- beis, bridso. The honored suesfs were presented a gift from the hns- te-ss. Miss Vera Goodrich xssMcd Mrs. Berry In serving. Mlis Dale chose for this occasion. E.\OA(ii:n TO rim .nt.-suz- amie Perrin labovet, of Ne\v York. has Ijccome cui-afjed to Rep. Fnink- lin Delano Roosevelt Jr. (D-NY). The blond Miss Perrin, 28, attended peach chambray frork with Mis-s I | MC ciiapin School in New York and Woodson choosing a gray chnmbray. j served two years in the Marine • —- j corps Women's Reserve. The son of the tate President Koosevelt 34. No date has been set for the Monthly Meeting Held By Episcopal Auxiliary Mrs. Lcro'y Ihiddicston presided. last nleht at the regular meeting of members of the Women's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Epis'— • il Church, he-Id at the church. Following the devotional, presented by Mrs. Hilddleston, a business session was held when >frs. J. D. McDowell was named as devotional secretary lor the coming church year. Reports were read by Hie secretary, Mrs. John U'. Blyfhe. anrt from the treasurer. >frs. Kate Turck. read by Mrs. John Fields. The program, presented by Mrs. Fields, was a report on the Annual Convention or Church School Leaders held recently at Petit Jean, which Mr.s. Field and Mrs. W. J. Fitzhugh attended. Mrs. \mfding. Bits oi News * WE, THE WOMEN * By Ruth MUlfte, NEA Stiff Writer Wife Would Lose Security If Marriage Vows Changed (AP \Virephato) Dell Methodist Women Meet with Mrs. Goso The Womon's Society of Christian Sej-vice ol the Dell Methodist Church met yesterday at tlie home of Mrs. E. C- GOF:I Mrs, U. Huddleston dismissed with prayer. the group S, Bhmkcnjship as co-hostess. There were 23 mcmhei'5, three new members and one guest present, The new members were Mis. E^rl Stone, j Mrs. L. O. Peterson and Mrs. Don WclU aurl Mrs. 'Gerbis TemplcUm of Junction Oily, La,, was the guest. The meeting was opened with the singiujj of "Sweet Hour of j spent the past two wreks there Prayer," followed by the devotional. Their mothers. Mrs. J. H- Seeman "Faith and Pnu'er" given by Mrs. ' " ~~ Mrs. Ella Payne has returned from Memphis, Tcnn.. where she spent a tu'<\ weeks vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kardin and family, of Oomvay, arc spending a \veck in Blythcvlllc. Roy Turner III. young son of Mr. and Mrs. «oy Turner, Jr., of Little Rock, is spending the week hove as of his eraudmother. Mrs. C-Klosby Thomas, nnd h)s uncle and an (it. Mr. nnd Mrs. Warner Hawkins. His parents, who accom-, panlcd him here, have ffnnc to Cincinnati. Ohio, whore Mr. Turner Li attendinR his overseas regiment convention, and from there they will go to Chicago »nd St. Louis before returning here. J. Stanley Gresley spent the werkcnd in Memphis with Mrs. (ireslcy and son. Stanley, Jr.. who are cuests there for several weeks of her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs, Arthur Landstreet. Mr, and Mrs. Walter Day and Mr. and Mrs, Freeman Robinson have returned from Lake Nor fork where they syieiH a week's vacntion. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd H. Wise lire the parents of a daughter born yesterday morn in R at, Memphis Methodist Hospital, The baby, who has a sister, Julie Pat, two and a baK. has lieei named iteline Mnric. Mrv Wise ts the former Miss Ji'Iia Mae Fear.s of St. Louis, Mo. Mrs. Lloyd V. Wise, Mrs. Clacnce Webb ami Julie Pat went to Memphis to be with them today. Condition of Tom Jackson, who underwent, an operation Friday at the BnpUst Hospital in Memphis is Improved. H? has been undergoing treatment there for the post week. Mrs. Jackson is with him. Carol Scemun nnd Mary Ann Tompklns of Burdette returneci Sunday from Shelby ?'orrcst Girl Scout Camp at Lucy, Tenn. They Massachusetts minister has offered to substitute the vow "So long as ye both shall love" lor "So long as ye both shall live" if the couples he marries agree to it. He considers the less exact! ng vow more compatible with the times, considering that about one In (our U.S. marriages ends In divorce. Any bride who agrees to the "so long as ye both shall love" clause in her marriage contract is just. plain dumb. nagged by the thought that as she loses her youth and beauty she n] ay a Lso lose her husba nd. Dignity of Marriage Endangered How can she feel that there is dignity in her position as wife without that old and honored promise "So long as yc both shall live" to aive her statue? The marriage con t fact as it .stands Is a wife's protec- tlon. Many wives have fallen down on the contract, it's true. And W.S.C.S. Meetina Held At Lake Street Church Eighteen members of the Women's Society of Christian Service ol the Lake Street Methodist Church met at the church yestcrdav Tor their regular program. Mrs. Blanche Rushy was introduced as a new member of the group. Mrs. Billy King, president, presided over the session. The devotional was given by Mrs. Tver- son Morris who chose as her tonic, "The Absence of Consolation." She; Clreenway discussed the final chapter on the study of "China", after which the group was dismissed with prayer by Mrs, Hall. Mavis SeUlemire. During the business session the membership committee presented plans for a campaign to be Inunch- ed August 10 with a luncheon for a)l members and several guests. A committee composed of Mrs. Curtis Duncan, Mrs. O. E. Hunnicutt, and Mrs, E. II. Hall, \vas appointed to collect furnishings for the kitchen of the church now being creeled. At the close- fo the session, Mrs. R- R. Crawford, on behalf of the organization, paid special tribute to an original poem to Richard Gerald Edwards III, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Edwards, and also presented a gift to Mrs. R. also gave the second in a series of studies on "China." Mrs Joe Strickland and Mrs. Cecil Lusk assisted with the study. Mrs. King dismissed the group with prayer. For a woman's only real security I many Wl11 continue to do so. .-, marrying for Ufe. Only when, she But J Ust some couples eels confident that her marriage hold lhei[ marriage vows lightly is to last through good times nrt bad. through temporary dis- hisionment and maybe even tem- lornry norertom can she have any xace of mind no reason to change the vows. The majority of married couples still hclievc In and live by the promise "so long as ye both shall live." The fact that, some don't doesn't .re romantically In love? | olllv so , 0] , B as thcy hl , m Hrnv can she have enough peace love shoi'ldn't be married at all. if mind to settle down to the duties i They aren't responsible enough for if married life If she Is constantly' marriage. Santa's Helpers Help the Tourists Find the Way to His New Workshop NORTH POLE. N. Y. INEA1—A , rilort around n mile hike like some- iUlc way up the road thai climbs I thing out of a Swiss village, and Whiteface Mountain. Kanta Glaus I in one of them siLs Santa. Natives 's sitting ! u a pine log house with] know him as Bill McDonald, children on his knee, making plans for next December- Becanse a is summer, the red coat hangs in the closet most o( the time and Santa wears a tec-shirt, hut the white beafi is there and nobody, except maybe a youngster who hud never seen his piclure. would have any trouble recognizing him. The little village just off the highway is Santa's Workshop. and Mrs. Jim TompJtins motorec to Tennessee to accompany then home. Mr.s. Emma Badcr of Camthers ville. Mo., spent several days heri as guest of her sisters and brother She visited with Mrs. Louis Ynrbro Mrs. Cecil Robinson ami W. F Mick and family. Mr. and Mrs. Noble GUI have a their guest. Mrs. Gill's sister, Mrs Gerbis Temptcton of Junction City La. Mrs. Morris 7,eh"nor is ill at he home at 115 East Kentucky. He condtlon Is Improved. < Mr. and Mrs. W. P. McCahn returned Sunday from a ten days vacation spent at Daytona Beach Fta. Ross Dillon Hughes, Jr., Johnnie White and Shirley Simon of Tyler, Tex., left over the weekend for a The ha slras «. BM i,,«d by Mr, %™™% o^A^lS Mrs_j. C. Privett. Elmer Rice and '.nd^Mi;, and Mrs. Roy Elrod were n LiClTe. Rock yesterday whore they went especially to visit with Mr.s. which >-nddcnly appeared in the middle of the pines last month because six-year-old Patricia Reiss began asking some questions a couple of winters ago. That was when Patricia was driving home from New York with her father, Julian Rcis.s, a Lake Placid busine.ssman. 'I'he snow reminded her of Santa, and she wanted to know what lie did when it wasn't Christmas. 68-year-old carpenter from I,ake Placid. He rocks contentedly in chair while his helpers—teen-age boys and girls in Tyrolean costume -guide the children lo him. A girl dressed as Bo-Peep is one ot the helpers, although nobod; knows what Bo-Pcep actually ha to do with Santa. But Patricia Reiss is a .sort of helper ex-officic this summer, too. and she wears a flamboyant blouse and shorts. Bill (SantaI McDonald claims h could grou- his own beard for the job if his ncig ODVJ wouldn't kid him about it. And maybe next year he will, he say.s, providing too many of the 100.000 visitors expected this sum- ner and fall don't yank at the false whiskers he's wearing now. Coming Events Social CaUndat Tu«da.r The Friendship Sunday School Class oi thf First Baptist Church will me<-t at the home of Mrs. Joe Freeman, 20M Chickisawba, at 1:30 . Wednesday I'he Junior G.A.'s cl Hie First Baptist Church will meet at the w>me ot Patsy Fishei, 525 Park, al Thursday Nu Pill MII Sorority will meet at he home of Mrs. Gilbert D. Hamnock Jr. at 7:30 p.m. William Slate f Port Smith, who Is the Arkansas ^eld Representative of the Amer- can Cancer Society will be guest. Jaycef-Ue.* will meet at 1:30 p.m. n the Jaycee Clubroom Blytheville Rook Club will meet at home of Mrs. Roy Head. Mrs Gene Ellis will entertain nembers of tilt Avalon Bunco Club. Mrs Elmer Norman be hostess [0 rhursday Rook Club, oMicIl W.S.C.S. will meet it the church it 2:30 p.m. Friday Dorcas Class of the First Bap- tisi. Church will meet at the home of Mrs. Charles Newcomb at 4 p.m. wilh Mrs. J. D. Atkins as co-hos- Icss. Mrs Do.i Haley will entertain the Friday Rook Club. Tlie. C.B.C. Club will be entertained at the home of Mrs. O. O Elkins. Missionary Study Group Holds Meeting at Church The Missionary Study Group of the Woman's Council of the First Christian Church met at the church yesterday atteriioon. Mrs, C. A. Taut, president, conducted a brief business session Mrs. John Burnett, leader, gave an outline of the program,'"How to Visll the Mexican Christian Institute at San Antonio, Texas." Her scripture was taken from the book of Luke. Others taking part on the program ami their topics were: Mrs. Hartley Hays, "Celebrating Their 35th Birthday at Hie Institute" and Mrs. It. L. Dedman, "Cooperation for a Christian Nation in our Mexican Work." After the program, refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. Taut and Mrs. Harry Bradley. AUXILIARY HEAD—Mrs. W. L. WinUer of DeWitt is president of the women's auxiliary of the Arkansas Department uf the American Legion. (Associated Press photo). Lone Oak Women Meet For Regular Program The Ixine Oak Women's Society of Christian Service met yesterday afternoon at the church with seven m'.'mbers and one visitor. Mrs. John Givens of Memphis present. Mrs W. B. Yount was In charge of the program which opened with the singing of a hymn. Prayer was offered by Mrs. Joe Walters followed by the scripture given by Mrs. Sue Davis, others on the program were Mrs. Daisy Alexander and Mrs. Jack Robertson who gave readings. Mrs. J. W. Fields conducted business session after the closing priiver by Mrs. Alexander. The next meeting will be held August 22 at the home oi Mrs. Walters. Crawford and Miss Charlie Ruth Blanken.ship, served a dessert Business Meeting Held By First Baptist W.M.U. The women's Missionary Union of the First Baptist church held 3 monthly business incrting yesterday nftcrncon at the church. Mrs. Marion Williams, president, led the group in the repeat ing of the \valchword anrt singing of the hyinn for the- year, after whkrh reports, were filcci i" regular form. Brief talks were presented by several of Ui dnlt'Kite.s -f t' G.A.'s tinci the K A.'s whn attended 'he CM nip ji( RruTfuleti Springs. Mrs. Albert Fndci lilt, t-oun.solor at the omp and sm-u-or o! the G A.'s In- thr Jnlln\i, nip dfk".r!U( i s: ivrr, TJ;u-biirfi Van Hooker u{ Ji-rry Berry. Mrs :rh:ml Bt-rker nlferccl the . Prlvett's five year old daughter. Linda Pay Privett. who Is a polio patient at St. Vincents Hospital. Her condition Is improving. At The Hosnitals Blylhcville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. J. L Burns and baby. city. Beilene Jenkins and baby. Reiss' answer was a little slow in coming, but he figured Santa must have a place where he worked all year round. Then he got the Idea that a lot at other children besides Patricia would like lo see where Santa worked. He talked it over with Harold Fortune, 7- construction man who is ft/, bombastic as Reiss Is quiet. Fortune owned 15 acres in the midst of the stAte-owned Whiteface Mountain urea, and together they drew up plans lor Santa's Workshop, a tourist attraction they feel confident nobody will be able to pass by as long as they have a child In the .ar with them. To help, they CP cd In 34-year- old Arto Monaco, a sensitive fugitive from Hollywood's cartoon studios who had ctircd to the village of Vnper Jay, just down the valley from Whiteface. and Jack rabbits depend upon their speed for saftely. rather than seek- ng refuge in holes. Continuous Shows Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:11(1 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m l:iu p.n LISTEN TO KLCN Tuesday and Wednesday ^ Read Courier News Want Ads, Box OfTict 0|>ens 6:15 Show SUcls 1:<M Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Sltows Sat. &. Sun. Bargain Nighl Ever) Night Kxcept Saturday N'o passes honored on Sunday at Ko.vy Theatre '.•..1IUI WTIIHlTieiU Tuesday and Wednesday (DOUBLE FEATURE) \ DANA AN DRfWS- LI ill PALMER £ f « - LOUIS JORDAN • - \ NO MMOR VICES .' 4. THOUSAND THRILLS! ^AUTHENTIC CHILLS « taw Meeting at Church Held By Co/vary Baptist WMU A business meeting of the Women's Missionary Union of the Calvary Baptist Church was held yesterday at the church. Mrs. H. J. Fondren offered the opening prayer, after which Mrs. Vernon Boyti, vice-president, presided over the business session. Monthly reports were given by the various officers and committee chairmen. The community mission projects for the month were discussed at the close of the meeting. Dismissal prayer was offered by Mrs, S. D. McGee. gone Into business building toys. was likely to Mrs ••ity. Mrs. James Wade and baby, Car- uihersvi'le. Mo Walls Hospital Dl.-mlssed: Mr.s Lots Welch. Hayll. Mo. Romir.l Gale Allen. Rt. 1. city. Jerry Lynn Griswell. Stcelc, Mo. J B Smith, city. liaby Lester. Hollniul. Mo. Mrs. N. W. Davis, Rl. 1. city. Jack rnbbits can le^p al spec<ls FAIR QUEEN — Martin Miu-Iicll reigns as Q LI Pen ot C'hicfi^o'^ | 1919 Rinlrond Kiiir. A iiu:inbrr \ of the ( \ t re s C ntlcn ifjm | show, M;irlh;i w;is voted ptx-ltii 1 giri employed at the e\uosii Band //(others to Meet of 3f> to 35 frightened. miles an \vr.n when ! Because Monaco give away his hand-cnrved wooden toys that are caricatvres of such things as trains. steambonUs c\nd circuses, he was almost ready to go out of businr when ReL^s and Fortune came "'^ng. He helped design the new village, and since he'll keep on making toys, Monaco probably rates as No. 1 man to Santa. Children get the favored treatment at the village. Parents Just pay the freight and tag along. A pony cart takes the youngsters from the entrance gate and throrgh (he woods where dorr, goats, sheep, ducks and rabbits wander around. In the winter ride in for the sleiphs. There's children to slide d^>vn into the village ftei the ride The nine little houses are hud- chute LKG1O.V COMMANDKH — Lee Ward, navy veteran of World war two nnd a Paragould attorney, is ; the new commander of the Arkan- ; sas Department of the American ': Leeto"- 'Associated press photo). 1 ir- NlythrvilU 1 Band molhcr.- will tonight at fl oYlnrk HI Hie hi^l) isclinol miditdrinin, it was announced ' Inday by Mrs. Jerry Heam. presi- i cirnt. 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