The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 12, 1949 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 12, 1949
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER KEWS THURSDAY, MAY 12, Society melia Saliba, Society Editor 9 Amelia •hone 44Cl Visitors Are Honored At Informal Parties Mr. and Mrs. Joe Scruggs entertained last night al their lioinc, 232 Dougan, with an al Jrcsco supper complimenting Mr. Scruggs' three sisters who are visiting here from out of town. Noble. Ap Mrs. M. O. Hoegecn of St. Units, attended. Mrs. Willie Archer and Mrs. Myrtle Mosley, both of Little Rock, who arc guests here of their sisters, Mrs. Eula Rutledge and Mrs. Frank Webb and family, together with several other members of the family, were Cra: present for the Informal affair. Jr. The H guests were served a picnic supper in the yard of the pcriiggs home, and latei spent the evening informally. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shorl entertained Sunday evening wllh dinner party and family reunion at their home for the out-of-town visitors. Luncheon Meeting Held by Delphians Members of the Chlckasaw Chapter of the Delphian Society yesterday conducted two discussion period's and climaxed the bi-weekly session with a luncheon In Hotel Noble. Approximately 30 members Mrs. George A. Hale was the leader for the first discussion and the subject was: The Middle Class: Can It Survive? She was assisted by Mrs. O. W. coppcdKe, Mrs. James Crafton, and Mrs. Matt Monaghan. . The subject for the second perlorl was: Capitalism or Totalitarianism and Mrs. Phillip itobinson was the lender. Assisting her were; Mrs. n. A Nelson. Mrs. J. L. Verhoeff, Mrs. ~ ' Sudbury School P.T.A. Holds Regular Meeting The Sudbury Parent Teachers Lange Faculty, Guests Honored at Dinner Parly Mrs. David Rex Warren was hostess Monday night when she entertained with an informal dinner party honoring the faculty members of Lange School and Miss Winnie Virgil Turner. Members of the faculty were Mrs. E. E Hnrdin, Mrs. Francis Oanimll and Mrs. Elizabeth Halstead. Other guests were Mrs. Bolden Featherslon and Mrs. W. M. Thompson, mother of Mis. Warren. Dinner was served buffet style from the dining table which was covered with a white linen cloth and centered with an attractive arrangement of spring flowers in a crystal bowl. Other flowers were used to decorate the home. Following dinner, the remainder of the evening was spent Informally by the guests. * * • Mrs. McCann Is Wed To Chris Weintzell Sr. COOTER, Mo., May 12— Of Interest here is the marriage of Mrs. Opal McCnnn to Chris WciiUzell Sr., which was solemnized Sunday al 5 pm. In the home of the Rev H. J. Couctiman, pastor of the First Methodist Church In Osceola In the presence of Intimate friends and relatives of the couple. The bride wore a grey dress with navy accessories and pinned a cor- W. B. Wyatt and Mrs. E. A Tea forrt. Insignia pins were distributed to members and Mrs. W. H. Wylic presided over a business session. Association held meeting yesterday their .flernoon in' I lie Bits of News school auditorilliu preceded by a meeting of the executive board. The devotional taken frotn the 23rd Psalm was given by n group of /livij grade elrls under the direction of Miss Mary Ilubler mid closed with the fjord's Prayer, Mrs. Ralph Berry mil n, misled by Miss Florence Moore and Mrs. accrue WicRs. presenti'd the two fourth 1,'rade.s in "Uncle Amos' Open House" and (he "Merry Makers." Concluding the program was an nmalure fho\v, The pre.sklrnt'.s read Mrs. Wilson Entertains Honoring Mrs. Perry Mrs. Freddie Perry was complimented last nigh I »l the home of Mrs. Burl Wilson. 50-1 Bust Cherry, when she entertained with a .surprise fhovver. Twelve guests attended the altiiir. During the evening, bunco games were played with high store bchiK won by Mrs. Carl Blackard. low score by Mrs. Buck lioush and bun- co by Mrs. Raymond shiimlln. After the ftnmfK, the honorec vvns presented her Rift-s. The hostess was assisted In serving refreshments ol a salad coin-so with Iced drinks by Mrs. Leroy RO-SS and Mrs. Buck Arranged in the untertiitnlna .ooms of the home were crystal and China vases tilled with red roses and fern. Birlliclay Parly Given Honoring Danny Bevill Dany Wayne Bevill cclcbnilcil his second birthday this week when his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Carlos ctiter- tninecl with a party nt their home. Seventeen of Danny's friends attended the affair. During the afternoon, various >artv games and contests were ,))nyed. pictures were made of the group, after which the gifts were by Mis, George Shanks, foUou'ctl by a skij on the state I'.T.A. Con- vcnllon held in Uttlr Rock recently :uul presented by Mrs. George Stll- woll. Mrs. Ilnfrird Ycimi;, Mrs. Je.ssc While arid Mi's. Hurry Bocan. Theme of the convention was, "Children nnd Vouth." Durlne the business session, presided ovc-r by Mrs. S. C Owen, pre.s^ idenl, Miss Winnie V. Turner in- stiillert the follmi-lni,' offirers for the coinlni! ye;ir: Mrs. Cieorge Stil- wcll. preilcienl; Mrs. S C. Oiven.s. vice-president; Mrs. Vance Henderson, secretary; Mrs. Hurry Ho- f 'nn, treasurer; and Mrs. Liulgsttm Ashford. historian. The following sage of pink shoulder. carnations at her Her attendants were Mrs. .Cooper Mathles ol Steele, Mo., who was matron of honor and Mrs. Dorothy Hamra also of Sleele. Cooper Mathles served Mr. Wclnl- fcell as best man with Irvin Canton serving as groomsman. Immediately following the ceremony, the couple left on a wedding trip to New Orleans and points of interest In Texas. Mrs. Weintzell who is the daughter of Mrs. c. P. Howard and the late Mayor Howard of Steele, has been postmaster at Cooter. Mr. Welntzell has farming Interests In Cooler, where the couple plan to mflke their home. P.E.O. Luncheon Given By Mrs. R, F. Kirshner Mrs. H. F. Kirshner entertained with a 1 o'clock luncheon yesterday at her home for members of Chapter D, P.E.O. Sisterhood. Eighteen members attended . The two course luncheon wa.s served from the dining table which •was centered with an arrangement of spring flowers In pastel shades in a tow bowl. Bouquets ol other llow- ers were attractively arranged throughout the entertaining room: of the home. Mrs. E. R. Lancashire was in charge of the meeting which followed the luncheon. Mrs. Charles Williams presented the aflernooi program and chose as her topic "Iowa." opened. Mrs. Bevill served refreshments of cnke nnd Ice cream. r • » Methodist W.S.C.S. Meet At Jimmie Sanders Home Mrs. J mimic Sanders was hostess and Mrs. Billy King co-hoste-s-s lo hie Like Street Women's Society of Christian Service when they met Monday at Mrs. Sanders' home. Mrs. C. T. Shnmlln was In charge of the program entitled, "Working Together to Build a Christian America." The scripture rending aken from the book of Matthew wns given by Mrs. Joe Strickland. Those taking part on the program vere Mrs. George Slilwell, Mrs. i George Shanks, Mrs. C. M. Baxter. I Mrs. Don Lutes and Mrs. W. L. : Green. The program was conclud- j ed with (he reading ol a poem. ! •Everyday Mother's" by Mrs. Sham- i "in. Dismissal prnycr was offered by Mrs. Theron McKisson. after which refreshments o: a salftd 'Plate Wits served by the hostesses. committees wc-re appointed by Mrs. Stltwell: Mrs. Jesse White, chiilrmnn of the programs; Mrs. R. n. Stout, study course; Mrs. Don Lutis, clr'ir- ntan of mriiibershin ns.sisted i)y Mrs. King La Pernev. Mrs H II. netl. Mrs. Emll Damon; Mrs. Tim Estr-s. chairinnn. wclf:'.!T, with Mrs. W. H Cnldwell. Mrs J. I'. Timmons. Mrs. otho Stnnflcltl: Mrs. Murc;e Stewart, oluurmnli of hci.spit-llty tn- rtmlinn Mrs. .Joe Travis. Mrs. Tell Kinf>, Mrs, Wanner Adams, Mrs. Fred Cnllihnn, Mrs. R. S. Johnston; Mrs. Fred S;\llba. clvilrnmn of ttn- rince with Mrs. Mori 1 !. 1 ! Miner. Mrs. R. P. George. Mrs. Harry Bognn, Mrs. Hurry Welilman; Mrs. L -A. nnnpherly. chairman of publicity with Mrs. Kellon Francis. Mrs. Hollis Moody: Mrs. F. E. Utley. chairman of summer round-up wilh Mrs. Jlm- mic Siinrk'rs, Miss Mary Hnblcr. recreation and Mrs. E F. Fry, safety. Room count was won by Miss Hilbler's first, ermic and Mrs. I). C. McLean's sixth grade. Program participation pi^es were awarded to the two fourth grades. Following the meeting, the teach- nusscll Piilllijis Jr., will arrive Saturday from Tucson, Ariz,, where he was graduated Irom Southern Arizona School lor Boys. He will be accompanied home from Memphis by'tils ncpheu', Michael Phillips Alexander, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vance Alexander, who will spend a week here with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips. Russell Jr.. plans to enter Vandcrbilt University, Nashville, Teiin., In September. Miss Barbara Monaghati, student at the University of Arkansas. Fny- etteville. was selected as a sophomore counselor for next year. She Is also a representative of the fresh- nan girls lor the Association of Women Students there. Miss Mon- iBhan is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Monaghan In Blythevllle. Condition of Mrs. W. A, Pickard, who Is undergoing treatment at Blytlicville Hospital, Is Improved. The Rev. and Mrs. T. E. Webb of Colgate, Okla., Mrs. John Perkins of Hammond. La., and E. L. Webb of Dnrant, Miss., have returned to their homes after having spent several duys hero as cuests of their sister. Mrs. J. D. Craig. They came especially (o he with, their hrolhel 1 . S. E. Webb, who has teen 111 lit his home. 1011 Hetmi. Mrs. tiulhrie Penn and children. Jerry and Carrol, returned home yesterday from St. Ixiuis, Mo., where they were the guests of her par- Mrs. Lutes Is Hostess To Demonstration Club Mrs. Walter Lutes was hostess to the Dogwood Home demonstration Club when they met yesterday In the clubhouse for a regular meeting. There were 15 members present Including, Mrs. E. A. Craig, who was a former member of the club. Mrs. J. T. Hipp, president, presided during the meeting. Mrs. Harry Lutes led the .singing of hymns followed by the devotional by Mrs. Maker Lutes. Mrs. Hipp Have a demonstration on fagotlns collars and jokes for dresses. At the close of the meeting. Mrs. P. S Parker, treasurer, presented the financial statement for the club. Refreshments of cake and coffee were served by the hostess. Mrs. Crook Is Hostess To New Liberty W.M.U. Mrs. R. H. Crook wo.s Tuesday afternoon to the New Libs' Baptist Women's Missionary Union when they held Iheir Royal Service Program. The mectlnu was opened with the ingliiK of "Home Sweet Home." The devotional was glveti by Mrs. Malcolm Koonce with prayer hclns offered by Mr.s. E. C. Skeen. Thome of the program was, "Christ, the Answer in the Home." Those nnr- ticipatlns on the pro-rnm were Mr.s. Hilton Stephcnson. Mrs. B. T. Ladner. Mrs, clecton Eubanks, Mr.s. H. B. Shparin, Mr.s. Crook. Mrs. Tollic Peterson and Mrs. Clayton Holder. The meeting was dismissed with prayer. cuts, Mr. and Mrs. Clande Querter- mons and her brother. M. L. Crane and family for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Chainber- luln. Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Jackson am Miss Dornthy Tidwell were 1 in Memphis Tuesday niuhl, where they went especially to attend the C'uttoi Carnival. Miss Evelyn Marie Hill of Luxon iins buen elected music editor fo •The Erecw". student publlcntlo at Ilhie Mountain College, Bin Mountain, Miss., far the next ses siyn. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rose of Cai IliiiBe, Mo., and Charlie Rose Jr. o Chicago, III., spent the past, tw days here as guests of their dnuyl lei and sister, Mrs. K. a. Lewis, M Lewis and daughter, Martha Gal Mr. and Mrs. Kichard Robeso and daughter, Mary, had as the quests, their daughter. Mrs. L. C Russell. BM 1-c Russell and chi clren. Sandra Lee and L. G. Jr. fro dreat Lakes, 111. Joe Carney spent several days hi St. Ixiuis, Mo., with Mrs. Carney, who Is n patient at Bernards Hos- W. M. U. Members, Guest Meet with Mrs. Rustin A study course was held by the Women's Missionary Society of the Number Nine Baptist Church when they met yesterday at the home of Mrs. Hershel Rustin. There were W members and one visitor present. Following the pot luck dinner. Irs. Evcret Rhoads .president, aught the study book, "Bible Stcw- •dshlp" by J. E. Dlllard. A social hour followed the brie! usine?s session. Mother's Day gifts ere exchanged by the group at this me. The next mooting will be held at ic home of Mrs. T. N. Johnson. Mrs. Huey Entertains demonstration Club 'Ilie Lone Oak Hume Demonstra- ion Club met Monday afternoon « he home of Mrs. T. O. Huey with 1 members present. Mrs. Forrest Moore presented lemonslratlon on fixing a dourstui rom a jug. The devotional wa given by Mrs. Glen Alexander, aft Business Meeting Is Held By Huffman Baptist WMU The Huffman Women's Missionary Society of the Huffman Baptist Church met yesterday ut the church for a business meeting. Mrs Luble Adklsson. president, presided over the meeting and also ;ave the devotional. Topic of the meeting was "House Cleaning." Reports were heard from Mrs. George Perry, secretary and other officers. The meeting was closed with prayer by Mrs Perry. MODERNE BEAUTY SHOP formerly lonc's Beauty Shop Mildred Vincent Marie Hodery Kayonne Wadler er which Mrs. J. W. Fields read a poem. Roll call was answered bj rch member telling what she liked ost Hboul the club. The group was dismissed with the urd'E Prayer. Refreshments were ervcd by the hostess. Jack Buck, Mrs. Earl Walker an 1 Mrs. J. E. Johnston were called I Poplar Bluff, Mo., yesterday - be cause of the critical condition their mother, Mrs. John R. Bud who Is a patient In the Poplar Dlu Hospital. Mrs. Walker will remai with her for several days. Her cor dltion Is unchanged. Ilo|»-Scotch AII 111 OH AS" Uox Oflu'i- Opens (i:45 Shcnv Starts 1:00 Opens Sumhiy l:(H): Shirls 1:15 CoEilituiuus Slums Sal, & Sun, liui£;iln Nifiht I'very Night ^\ct'|)t fxiturduy Vo ii:is>cs htnmml on Sunday ; Ko\y Thealre Thursday & Friday i c I GRANT LOY TtMPjj ,Mulli-colorsf|'iirUe oil l uitMt-l"*^ sanilal — cool, H DC* ^ I alacke, col to rayoua—everything! Waslial le. lied, uljilc, blue Iriyi. Gi U 1 ami cbiUlreiv'a &izc£. is, oe o FAMILY SHOE STORE 312 West Main Phone 2342 ors of Sudbury were honored dur- piinl there. Her condition is satis- ing the social hour held. Hand pain- J factory, ted risll faces with colorful handkerchiefs as bouffant skirts with the ' of each teacher, was presented to each mothers one. Approximately ind teachers attended. 100 At The Hosnita'is niythcvlllc Hospital Dismissed: L. Berrv. Holland. Mo. Walls Hospital Dismissed: A. B. Smith, city.' Bo Cable. Rt. 2. city. Mr. and Mrs. Dowcy Shcppard and their suests, Mr. and Mrs. Fatar Lnslcr of Memphis, accompanied by Mrs. May sheppard of Hiiyti. Mo., were the guests yesterday of Mr. ami Mrs. .Ted McCiirmick in Bcrtrantt. Mo. Kir. and Mrs. Dewoy Sheppard returned the first of this week from Paris. Ky., where they were the ] Stiests of his brother, R. O. Sheppard and Mrs. Sheppard. While there, they attended the Kentucky Derby. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Buck. Mr. and Mi's. Harry Buck, Mr. and Mrs. Lutherans to Sponsor Cake and Candy Sale The Lutheran's Women's Guild of the First Lutheran Church here are sponsoring a cake and candy sale Saturday In the Ritz Theater building. Proceeds from the sale, which will begin at 10 a.m.. will be used to help the Sunday school buy a baptismal fount [or the n e w church. IllW Wednesday-Thursday-Friday Sumy Simt Miiry Maton's ffllmlous, cool Summer Cord charmer Iliot cnplrMt« from evori/ ancjle. A mngic 3-piece jil.njsuit higMirjIited luilli pviirly bultoni. Wcnr tin' t ikirt buttoned "» lo lh« shorts for dntc. or prcslo.. whip il off /or it funlimc. suntittic pliiijsuit. A jiorfecl. wrinkle-resisling Ireasurc in cnpliwiting colors. Junior si:« 7 lo 15. >95 ». BUSBY BERKELEY . , , ARTHUR f RtED Selected Shorl Subject Coodnuoof Showing: Ereryda; JUNIORS IN tTTTCHE$...The joftcjt, mosi feminine fashion of all... tmbroidcrcd, darted in *t the wain to create an Empire *fTect, making fashion news with its low, round neckline! Embroidered iad plain cnambrl)-, mercerized Rnd Sinforiied*. In junior sizes 9 to 15. For Sheerness, Softness J and Cool Comfort looks so pretiy.ihis two-piece dt«i thai !» both sheer »no cool! The bodice is demurely collared, uses dclicstt white lace lo flattering «dvantage...thc tkitt is graceful and slender. Doi- ted Swisi in junior sizes 9 to 15. (95 DEPARTMENT STORE Across flic Sired Kvom the Hilz Theater 305-307 West Main Phone 3149

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