The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 10, 1949 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 10, 1949
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUNTER NEWS TUESDAY, MAY 10, 1949 Bocletu AlewA Amelia Suliba, Society Editor f 1'hone 4.161 Mrs. Daggett \s Honored By Mrs. Harry W. Haincs Mrs. C. E. Uaggett of Marlannn. houseguest ol her daughter, Mrs. Dick J. While and Mr. White, was complimented yesterday morning when Mrs. Harry W. Haincs entertained with an Informal parly at her home. 1025 Chicknsawba. Guests who were invited to call at 10:30 o'clock, Included members of the Mid-Weck Bridge Club, together with Mrs. H. C. Sims and her hdusegucst. Mrs. n. N. Ware of Tallulah, La., formerly of Blytheville. Iris florets floating in a .shallow crystal bowl formed the centerpiece for the refreshment table from which tiny hot biscuits and liucrin, hot potato chips, candied fruits coffee and cold drinks wore served. A colorful howl of pansics and vnFes of white peonies were used to decorate the living room of the Haines' home. » • • Mrs. Caraway Is Hostess To G. E. 0. 'Club, Guesls Mrs. W. K. O'Kcofe and Mrs. Bob Hopper were puc.sts lust nii;ht together with members of the G.E.O. Club when Mrs. T. 11. Caraway entertained at her home :it 191!0 Hearn. . The home was decorated with I Will!' attractive arrangements of roses ' ar«!"'ofJ!tc snrlnK flowers In China and crysinVVMes. During the C'jenlnR hridsc games. high score went b Mrs. R:iy Wtiit- tlngton with Miss Vern Gmiclrirh reccivinK bridge. Tlie hostess served refreshments of a dessert course. Engaged Piano and Voice Pupils to Give Recitals Tonight A recital of piano and voice pupils of Miss Mildred Frank will be presented at 8 pm. tonight at ihe Cal- vnry Baptist Church. Twenty-two of Miss [''rank's pupils arc .scheduled lo appear on the rcclltil program. Vocul numbers will Include: "Ole M:in Hiver," by Clnirles nelknap; "The Holy City," by Sue McGec; "Hoses (if tlie South" by Patsy Haynes; "The lairds Prayer" by Barbara Aim Pniilt: "Great Pence Have They." by Janet Michael; "I Drenm of Jpjuiie" by Fraiikle Sparks: "Fur Away Places" by Shirley Ncw.som: "Ah Sweet Mystery ol Ijtfe," by Hose Aulry. ant The rngj»i;t'incnl itnd approaching miiiTiaue of Miss Dollie Thompson. diiuyhter or Mi 1 , unrl Mrs. II. E. Thompson to Willi;un tlei^hol Gray. .MM) of Mi . nixi Mrs. IFsinncr Gray is announced today by her parents. liss Ihompson lo Wccl Mcrslicl Gray Mr. and Mrs. tixi:iy announce .il)cl approaching H. K. Thompson Ihc ciu:. \uoirirnt. Miss DnLlle Thompson to William Her.shel Gray, scm of Mr. :ui ( | Mrs. IJnnner Gray The wedding will be solemnized in June. Miss Thompson is a ni'.-mljer of tlie Blylheville High School graduating class this yenr. Mr. Gray attended the 1-ioll.uld SrhooJ and .served three ve.'ds Jti The Steele Alumni banquet and | the Army, which Included ,»vrrsea.s duty. He is now employed by the. City Electric Ctnnpiiny in lilvthe- villc. Informal Banquet, Dance Held In Mirror Room "Sweethearts" by Hetty Ensley. I'latia presentations will include "Our Pretty Lane," by Eugene Belkniip: "Llcue-sti-aum" by Sylvia M(K«ly; "On tlie Radio" by Lydli Sudbury; "Hen Htir Chariot Race" liy lx>vlc Hodge: "'Ilic Shepherd Hoy," by Janet Michael I'The [But- Bits of News Mostly Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fellhauer were called to Hillsboro, 111,, this mom Ing because of the serious of her sister, who is confined to a hospital there. Floyd A. White spent yesterday In Memphis. Mrs. E. B. Gee and son, K. B. Jr., ,ind Mrs. Byron, will go to Little Rock tomorrow where E. II. will enter the high .school golf loin nament, and Mrs. Morse will visit her son, Byron Rhodes Mor.ic and family. Mrs. H. f[. Houchius and her mother. Mrs. F D Underwood, are In Memphis today where they are consulting a specialist at Campbell's Cilnic for Mrs. Underwood. Mrs. Edward Casey and sons. John IjOonard and James, left by plane Sunday morning for Suit Luke City. Utah, where they will join SciKennl Casey, who is station- tt. i rfiy" by Uim-al chantmi'iit" l>v Sudbury: "En- Try Kay Sparks; dance was held last night, in tin 1 Mirror Room of Hotel Noble. - Mrs. F. E. Scott, president presided over the meeting and introduced Mrs. John Parks, who was toasttnistrcss. During the mertinp, Mrs. Wade HoUinbeck was elected a> president fnr the new year. The banquet tables were overlaid with white cloths nnd centered with Arrangements of white carnations In crystal bowls placed nt intervals the length of the tnbles, A blue nnd ^hitc color scheme, the class colors, »as carried out in the other decorations-of tile rooms. 'Following the banquet, music wns furnished by Ted Fisher and his band for dancing, i Those from Blythcvllle who attended were Mr. and Mrs. , Otho Btanficld nnd Mr. and Mrs. Robert Llpscomb. : • • ,- » Family Reunion Is Field At Mrs. Ellis' Residence • ; A family reunion was held yesterday at the home of Mrs. Agnes Fisher Ellis, 211 South Lake, Guests who attended were Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Oakes, Jonesboro, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dean. Kenr.ett, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hiirijctt, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Oakes and Mrs. R. S. Prcvost, all of Blytheville. - Lunch was served picnic stylti on the lawn, after which the reirniiulcr or the afternoon was spent informally by the guests. • • » • Business Meeting Held By Alpha Delta Chapter The Alpha Delta Oinpter of Beta Sigma Phi met Fridav afternoon at the home of Mrs. F. E. Utley for a regular business meeting. During the meeting, reports \vevc heard from the various officers, after which plans for the coming Presbyterian Women Meet in Circle Groups The Women cif the First Presbyterian Chinch met yesterday niter- noon in circle croups with Ihe topic of their )>rni;rain bcinir "The Preparation Dny" tnkcn from studies in the Gospel of John. Circle One met at the home of Mrs. C. C. Council with Mrs. J. 1 Pride a.s There were 13 members and one visitor, Mrs. H. C. Boston of Union City, Tcnn. present. Mrs. Ervvin Jones was In charge of the procram wilh Mrs. O. M. Griy presiding over the business sc.^ion. Mrs. Jc5.~e White wns hastes* to Circle Two with 10 members and one visitor, Mrs. Ray; Stevens, present. Mrs. Vermm Thomasson '..<; circle chairman with Mrs. J. E. Beasley assisted by Mrs. W. A. Dobyns presenting the proirrnm. Circle Tree met wilh Mrs. H. H. Houchlns with Mrs. P. n. Underwood as ro-hoslcss. Airs. A. L. Whiting of Urbnna. Ill,, w.n.s a gues^ nt tlie mer-tin? which \\LIS attended by 12 members. Mrs. ,J F. La\v- son \va.s the pr^v-ram lender arid was nssistrd by Mrs. H. T. Kidcl. Mrs. W. E. Young presided over the bltsinr-ss fcssirm. Circle Pour mrt with Mrs Herman C:ir!ton with Mrs. Sam Tune n.s cn-ho-tr.v--. Oihrr than tho IS irr-mbr'i-s tN'ro were two victor". Mrs. R E.L. Kin", who presented tlin proernni ar.d Mrs. Rass Slovens. The bi>.-i?ic." srssinn was conducted by Mrs. Elborl Huffman. The- Business Women 1 - Circle mrt v.illi Mr*. M'liraret Tirll \vi'h Mrs. Mildred Culler ns co-hoMoxs Th"re were n mn-ihrrs nrd thtcr :l-M-.e. Mr.' n. F E""fl. Mis T J. M-ihan and Mi" I'. T. Kir'd prf -'rl. The pi'v-rrMii u:is prr <"'l- r-il by Mrs. D. C. McL-an with Mis Khb Sinadlcy bHiu: in ch:ir: the bi<Mnr5> session. A ?cvi:.l hoi;r was hold nt Illi of rrv h mooting nnd s wrrc .served by Ilio 'Goodbye lo Vienna" by Hernlcc FlmvfT.s: "Hi-n- Ccjincs ttie Train," by Joy Hushing: "Uive Dreams" by Wanda Oilines: "The Flying Leaf" by Carmolita Hindi; "Riluelc Pirc Dance" by Molly Rose Alltry; "Nola" by May Byrl Heville; "Polonaise" by Lillbelli Garri'lt: and n duel. "SwiiyiiiR Daffodils" by Lill- bcth Garrett and May Byrl BcH'ill. "Rosa Hardy" Chapter Installed in Assembly The "Rosa Iliiniy" chapter of the Future Teachers ol America oi'Rn- ilzation was inslallcd in a general •vwinbly in the high school audl- n last week. t}. Tommey. principal, gave a brief talk on the three ideas i>f UK, which included hope, opportunity nnd promise. Following ils talk, Mr. Tommcy. Introduced Ben Boron-sky the president, ol the organization, who discussed various phases ol the c-hnplcr. liosa Hardy, lor whom the chapter was named because ol her help to lire school, the community and (he state In dealing wilh -stu- rteiiU. spoke to the proup In regard to Iheir responsibilities n s members of the state, national and local or- ganlzatlon.s. At the conclusion of the program. the members, led by Mrs. O. E Quellmnlz. sponsor, repented the P.T.A. pledge. Osceo/o M.Y.F. Is Host To Missco Sub-District The Mississippi County Sub-dist- Ict of the Methodist, Youth Fellow- hip met last night with the Osceoln M.Y.P. Tlie host M.Y.F. presented a pro- Eram on the "Angelus" by Millet, tviiiK the picture interprclntion md story. The church choir pres- •nted several selections. Bob Edvards, president, presided during he business session, at which time, the group voted that the sub-district support a pastor-teacher In Imllft iircferably In the Gujarat Conference. Miujorie Kale of the First Church in Blvthcvjllc, wns elected to serve chairman of the sub-district World Friendship Commission. The next meeting will be held In Luxorn with delegates to tile North Arkansas Conference Youth As- -semblv at Hendrix College. Conway, in charpc of the program. The June council will meet with the G"?nel! M.Y.F. Kefreshmr-nls were served at the close of the business session. cd at the Toolc Army Air Base Ihere. Dr. and Mrs. Gene A'kinson were In Tyronza yesterday to attend a inedlcn] meeting in which Dr. Morris Fisbboin. president of the American Medical Association, was tho uiiost speaker. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Browiilns Miller returned Saturday from their wedding trip to the Smokey Mountains of Tennessee and points of inlorost in North Carolina. Mrs Miller Is Ihc former Miss Jane Mc- Morns Zcllnci- left yesterday for Dallas, Tex . where he will attend a shoe convention at the Adolphus I'.orel. Tile convention will last through Thursday. Mrs. J. L. Vanlloaser and daughters. Dclincr and 4>,ircta returnee to their home in Smithville, Tenn. alter having spent several dsys here with her iiarcnts, Mr. ant! Mrs. J E. Neal nnd her sister. Mrs Edward Casey. Mi's. Jim Burns left thisjnorninp lor a weeks visit with her son, Dick Hums, Mrs. Burns and damjht^r Anna Margaret In AURiista. Hefor. returning home, she will be th RUC.SI °^ ^''- an( t M 1 ' 5 - George Alien In Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Loy Welch relumed borne lost night -from Rochester Minn., where they ha've been visiting for the past two weeks. While there, they underwent a check-up at Mayo Clinic. Otho Stan field, and C. L. McWaters arc spending today in Memphis whore they will attend to business. Mrs. John Walker and daughter. Lucy and Mrs. Harold Thompson Sr., relumed yesterday from Magnolia where they spent several days with the Rev. Harold Thompson, who Is conducting a revival there. Enrou'.e home, they visited in Morrilton ns guests of Mrs. Walker's sisters. Mrs. J. C. Hart. Mrs. Minnie Thompson and Mrs. Jess Scroggiu. Mrs. Jennie Walker left ycsler- dny /or n vi.«i( R-Hh her sister. Mrs. Gertrude McDonald In Wagoner, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. o. N. Hawkins had s their giiesls Sunday, their daughter, Mrs. Carl Shaffer and son Charles of Memphis and their son Tommy Hawkins, also of Memphis. Mrs. N. W. Trautham and daugh- er. Willa Mae Johnson and Miss Gyonne Erhardt spent the weekend n St. Louis. Mo., where they visited with friends and relatives. Circle Group Meetings Hmld by Baptist W.M.U. The Women's Missionary Union of the First Baptist Church met in circle groups yesterday lor their program meeting, Clrc'e One met In (he home of Mrs. Herbert Chllds with Mrs. Raymond Maxwell and Mrs. Gene Ellis a-s hostesses. Ten members were present. The meeting was opened vilh prayer by Mrs. Alvin Huffman Sr. with Mrs. Charles Penn teaeh- ng the lesson. Mrs. George Ingram dismissed the group wilh prayer, Mrs. R, E. Van Hooser wns hoi- ess to Circle Two with -six mein- >ers attending. Prayers were of- ercd by Mrs. M. C, Outlaw with he lesson being taught by Mrs Shelburnc Brewer. Circle Three met with Mrs. Ebb iarson wilh seven members present. The lesson was taught by Mrs. Charles Lemons with prayers be- ng offered by Mrs Carson and Mr.s 3. V. Daws. Mrs Charles Newcomb was hos- :ess to 10 members of Circle Four Mrs. H. H. Brooks and Mrs. E. T. lardin offered prayers and Mrs. Alvin Huffman Jr. gave the lesson. Circle Five met at the home of Mrs. J. W. Portlock with 13 members present. Opening prayer wa given by Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb nnd the lesson wns tau?ht by Mrs Walter Bishop Mrs C E. Edds ot- tered the closing prayer. Circle six met with Mrs. E. L Hale with II members nttencUng- Miss Cordelia Wilhitc tauuht the lesson nnd prayers were offered by Mrs. Mai-ion Williams and Mrs. W E. Buchnunn. Coming Events Social Calendar Wfdnrsday Chapter D, P.E.O. Sisterhood will meet at the home ol Mrs. R. p. Klr.shner for a 1 o'clock luncheon. Chlckasjuv Chapter, Delphian So- coety meeting at Hotel Noble at 10 a.m. Mrs. Charles Ftase entertaining Wednesday Bridge Club. Town and Country Club belnr; entertained at the home of Mrs. C L McWaters Jr. Family Night at the First Methodist Church at 6:30 p.m. Thursday The Gosnell W S.CJS. will meet at the church at 2:30 p. m. Mrs. John Tyrone will be hostess to Ihc G.N.B. Club. Mrs. 1 VI. Goforth will enter- lain the Thursday Rook Club. The Avalon Bunco Club will meet at the home ol Mrs. Newel J Humphrey. Mis. Roland VVarnnaton will Be hostess to the L.E.W. Club. Thursday Contract Club will Be entertained at the home ol Mrs. Cj G. Caudill. T. N. Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Carl Paul. Mrs. James Hill. Jr.. will entertain the Octette Club. Friday tor's message was. Wins." In which he Revival Services Held At First Baptist Church Dr. R. E. Naylor, pastor of the First Baptist Church in Columbia. S.C., arrived yesterday to begin a fierles of revival services nt the First BapUst Church here. The evening worship services begin at 1:30 o'clock. At last evenings service. Dr. Nay"Love That stressed the responsibility of Christian people In winning their loved ones and friends to Christ. The young men's quartet, of the church composed of Jimmy Cassldy, Nathan Wade, Harry Fritzius and Fred Becker, sang, "Wonderful Story of Love." At the Sunday-school-at-niGht. conducted at 1 o'clock each evening, there were HB present last night. The worship service this morning from 1:25 to 7:65 a.m.. was attended by m members. At the beginning of the service, congregational music was under the direction of Fred Becker. Preceding the message. Mr. Becker sane. "In the Secret ol His Presence." Dr. Naylor's subject this morning was, "Faith." Dell Seniors to Hear Washington Educator T. M. Stinnett, secretary of the National Education Association, of Washington. D. C.. will be the Ion exercises for the Dell High Schools seniors, Thursday, at 8 p.m., May 26 ill the school auditorium. Mr. Stinnett Is a former Arkan- ian and served lor several years A'llh the State Department of Ed- ication In Little Rock and a: assistant to the president of the Onl- I'crsity of Arkansas In Faycttevllle. The baccalaureate sermon will be delivered Sunday, May 22 al 8 p.ifl. by the Rev. E. II. Hall, pastor of the Dell Methodist Church. Special mu^ sic by Ihc school chorus will 1.49 under the direction of Larry T. Moore Jr. Ann McDermotl is valedictorian and Edna Peoples Is salutatorlan of the graduation class. The list of seniors follows: Melba Shelton, Mary Joyce, Colin Mayo. Jr.. Bill Shaneyfelt. Geraldine Workman, L. M Moody Jr., C.I.C. Club will ne entertained at ', commencement speaker at gradua- tlie home o( Mrs D. C. Freeman. Saturday Group Meetings Held By Woman's Council The Woman's Council or the FirS[ Christian Church hnd their- proup meetings ye.slcrday with the topic ol their study being, "Paul Launches dip New Testament." Faith group met at the home of Mrs. John Burnett with five members present. Mrs. James Terry was the leader of the devotional and Mrs, Burnett gave the study. Mrs, Hartley H;iys was hostess to the Hope group when they met at the church with five attending. The devotional and study was given by Mr. md Mrs. Don Haley will entertain with 'ie rehearsal din- nei for members of the England- Cnin wedding party at their home. The wedding will be solemnized Mrs. Albeit Taylor. The Love group met at the home of Mrs. Joseph Mcllaney with seven members present. Mrs. Rupert was in charge of the discussion and also gave the devotional. Refreshments were served by the hostesses at the close of each program. Marvin Lipford, nle Alexander. Odell Barnes. Henry Gosa. Bon- Mary Sue Dyer, Kenneth Storey, Lloyd Hay, Sam Harris and Louise Garrelt. Sunday. May 15. Civic Calendar Tuesday City Council—8 p.m. American Legion—8 p.m. Wednesday Kfn-anU Club. Hotel Noble—12:10 p.m. Sudbury P.T.A. Executive Board— 2:30 p.m. followed by P.T.A. meeting—3 p.m. Thursday Rotary Club, Hotel Noble—12:1C p.m. lillfl Continuous Shows Box Office Opens 1:45 Sliow Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:01) a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Mrs. Hardaway Hostess To St. Cecilia's Guild Mrs. O. O. Hardruvay was hostess last night at her home to members or St. Cnciltn's Guild of the Women's Auxiliary nt St. Stephen's Episcopal Church. Mrs. Lcroy Huddles ton gave the devotionnl, and Introduced the pro- cram leader. Mis. J. \V. Fattce, who lircsenlcd a program on The United Thank Offering. The mccUup rinsed with praye led by Mrs. Huddleston, nnd tin ; served rorro.^hnients durtni the social hour which followed. Full Stock 12-Ft. 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