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May 18, 1949

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

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PAGBIOUS BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, MAY 18,1949 - Phon« 4461 Senior Breakfast Held At Presbyterian Church The annual Senior Breakfast wu (tvtn thfe morninc by Uw Women of tte Flnt Prabjrtcritn Church, In Uw *ocUl room of the church, bonorliw wnior membera. Other (UMto Included, the Rcr. Harvey T Ud. pwtor, Arthur 8. Harrison, mil UKiintKiri of the young people's SaadBjr School cU*» tof«ther with tbdr tUMU, Pmjrcr wu ottered by the Rer. Mr. TOM. «fter which mvuical §el- ectlotu were preaented by R. C. AH«n and Jack Elliott, accompanied at the piano by Jun Lancashire. MlM Vivian Taylor presented the senior prophecy. A gift o! the rev)Md (Undird version of the New Testament, wa* preMnted to each e senior from the women of the church. Senlon who were honored Included P»Uy Beshmrse, Betty Layson. Jim Lancashire, R. C. Allen, Buford Young, Bobble Taylor, Billy Joyner. and Mose Simon. MM. W. A. Dobyns was general chairman. • • • Mrs. Terry Is Hostess To Bridge Club. Guest Mrs. James Terry was hostess yesterday ithen she entertained the Trl-Town Bridge Club and one guest. Mrs. E. M. Terry Jr., at her home at IMS West Walnut. -The hom« was decorated with crystal and China vaseti filled with roses In assorted colors. Mrs. Russell H. Parr received high scora during the afternoon games with Mrs Gene Teaford winning second high. The hostes* served a dessert ,-ourse and Iced'drlnks. Miss Rhoads Is Engaged To Ralph Weldon Deaver Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Rhoads today announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Evelyn Joyce Rhoads to Ralph Weldon Deaver of Blythe- vllle and Jonesboro, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Dearer of Jonesboro. Flans for the wedding, which will be solomni»ed to June, will be announced at a later date. Miss Rhoads graduated from Dell High School and attended Southern Baptist College In Walnut Ridge. She to now' employed by the Dura Chrome Corporation in BIythevllle. Mr. Deaver Is a graduate of Bigger* High School, Bigger!, Ark., and attended Arkansas State In Jonesboro. He tented two years In the Marine Corp In which most of that time was- spent overseas. He Is -'employed with the Universal OI.T! Credit Corporation In Bljr- thevfOe. . =* • « • Mrs. Stout Entertains dub Eight Members Star in Cotton Bits of News MoAttu, Pert u a butterfly ... in cotton Glgl Perreau, star of Samuel Goldwyn's "Enchantment," wears a one shouldered sun dress in tangerine— a costume fresh and cool (or sura mer. It bousU two print ruffles, one perched at the shoulder, the o(h< dancing at the hem. From Jack Borgenicht. Mrs. R. B. Stout was hostess yesterday afternoon when she entertained members of Club Eight In the Pine Rome of Hotel Noble. Mrs, Charles Langston won high score In the bridge games with Mrs H. Q. Partlow winning second high. Roses In crystal vases were attractively arranged throughout the room. During the afternoon, the hostess served refreshments of a dessert course. • • • Mrs. Sims Entertains La Nueve Club, Guest Mrs- Russell H. Parr was a guest last night at the home of Mrs. Hunter Sims Jr., 1411 West Walnut, when she entertained the La Nueve Club. During the evening bridge games, high score was won by Mrs. Newell Jerome with Mrs. Parr receiving second high. Attractively aranged In the rooms where bridge was played were vases of daisies and roses. The, hostess served refreshments of a dessert course. Birthday Party Given By Presbyterian Women The Women of the First Presbyterian Church met Monday afternoon at the church for their annual Birthday Party and a general meeting. There were 35 members present. Mrs. Ross Stevens presided during a brief business session, at which time a report on the 43rd annual meeting of the Presbyter- lal In Jonesboro was presented by Mrs. C. M. Gray and Mrs. W. A. Dobyns. Mrs. Erwin Jones was in charge of the program during the party and was assisted by Mrs. H. C. Patton Jr., secretary of foreign missions. The program was opened with the worship period by Mrs. J. E. Carter. Prayers were offered by Mr>. Eddie Saliba and Mrs. R. E. L. King. A Brazilian Puts was given by Mrs. B. C. Bailey, Mrs. J. L. Thompson, Jr, Mrs. Langston Ashford, Mrs. C. C. Council, Mrs. J. C, Walsh and Mrs. C. M. Gray. Piano selections of Brazilian music were presented by Mrs. Saliba. The offering taken at the meeting will be used for mission work In Brazil and the American Bible Society. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. L. D. Chamblln, Mrs. Walter Day, Mrs. Leslie Hooper and Mrs. J. A. Saltba. Mr. and Mrs. W. f. Bear have as their guest, Mrs. Bear's sister, Mrs. 'elnm Miller of Sherman, Tex. Mrs. Miller will be accompanied home Friday by her sister, who will spend week there. She is going esixjdally 0 attend a family reunion, Mrs. Walter Harrcll and dauBti- .ers, Betsy Leo nnd Jeannle, ar- ived from Camp Wood, Tex., to be he guests of her mother. Mrs. Cora Anderson and family. They plan to ipend three weeks here. Condition of Dr. Edna Mies who 1 confined to her home, 514 West Main, with a sprained fool and wrist received when she fell at tlie •loine of a friend in Osceola, is Unproved, Russell Phillips nnd son, Russell Jr.. leit yesterday for St, Louis, Mo., where they will spend several days Mrs. W. M. Wiley, Mrs. Fannie Hull, Mrs. Morris Henley, Miss Lil- inii Wiley and Albeit Wiley, nil of Memphis, were Hie guests yesterday of C. J, Crime ajid daughters, Mrs. IjOUlse Crane Hiler and Mrs. W. M. Hall, who Is visiting here from Sebastian, Fin. Mrs. John B. Wiilker, Miss Lucy Thompson, Mrs. Hnrold Thompson, Sr., Miss Josephine Jiirrett and Miss Mary Bnll attended services In Morehouse, Mo., lust night, where the Rev. Harold Thompson Is conducting a revival meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Palmer, Mrs. Jessie Plannlgan and daughter, Miss Polly Flanntgan, spent the weekend In St. Louis, Mo., where they visited with relatives. AirrConditioned Hats National PTA Reports Progress Made In Drive on Objectional Literature ST. LOUIS, May II. (^—Progress in a campaign agaliut ob- ctlonable comic books, radio pro- rams ana motion pictures was rt- rted today at the convention ot e National Congress of Parents id Teachers. \M ERGER of interest is the coming together of the half-hat and i" * the whole net to make a hat-net fashion for spring and summer. The hat-net promises to keep heads cooler and hair tidier even in an open roadster or in a fiercely-competitive tennis game. While pique tennis visors, lined with green eye-shade fabric, combine with white nets of coarse mesh for hair control. This is also the idea behind the union of mesh nets and cotton Vialf-hals; of nets and printed scarves which make scarf-nets. A scarf-net is a smartly-tied scarf attached to a hair-confining snood of mesh. ,—EPSIE K1NAKD, NEA Fashion Editor. These cool heailliners for summer are half hat and half mesh net which keep the hair smartly confined. Ked and white polka-ilotted crepe scarf, tied at tiie side, is combined with a net of metallic thread to make a head-hugging turban ttop right). Motorist (top left) wears a net cap which has m ruffled blue cotton visor-brim banded with navy ribbon. For active sports, the tennis player (bottom left) models a white pique sun visor which is attached to .» snood-like net of heavy white nylon mesh. Headband size is adjustable to insure a snuic fit. Annual May Breakfast to Be Held By First Methodist Church WSCS More than l.COO ships have bee lifted from the depths of the Rhii River since the war's end. now before by very nature of even;* responsible for creation of a new world society." More than 111,000,000 bu»hele of i-m grain wtre shipped to Omaha, Mr». Joseph W. Eshelman of Blr- | Neb., in 1M7. \ Ingham, Ala., chairman of the uvenile Protection Committee, said panel discussion that M ol 50 ate and territorial branches of ie Congress have actively joined the campaign, which was launch- I last September. "Reports reveal that all local nits have received IOC per cent o-operation from local authort- ies and other ufganlzatiuns in set- tag up a deflr.lte program of ac- lon," Mrs. Eshelman said. "It is a long range program and ie which will take eternal vlgl- The interest of people all over he nation and Canada, not only >f parent-teacher members, Is in- llcated by more than 3500 letters which have been received by the chairman, the national office and national president. "The Congress' action committee on radio, comics and motion pictures met recently with representatives of publishers and producers, and these groups have indicated they are interested In the aim of the National Congress to seek Improvement of .heir products and programs." Charles W. Ferguson, senior editor of Reader's Digest Magazine, in an address before the convention last night called for more democracy, not onK in education but in world government. "It is plain now that parenthood In days ahead must Include among its aches and pains responsibility for an ordered world," he said. "So important has the matter prown tha[. millions who make up Parent- Teacher Associations of the land FREE PERSONAL SHOPPING SERVICE For those who prefer to shop by telephone or mall, we now offer a PREE PERSONAL SHOPPING SERVICE for all departments of our business. If you will call 2513 and tell us your wishes, we will be happy to select an article of your choice, wrap free in an attractive package, enclose an appropriate card, and deliver. The only charge will be the price of your gift. Samuel F. Nerris Maureen King Nenis SAMUEL F. MORRIS Stationer*—Office Outfitters— Printers Across from Clly Hall Misses George Ann Stllwcll and Peggy Jean Freeman went to Jones- ooro today where they will visit friends at Arkansas State. Mrs. Russell K. Marr and Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Stout attended the reception at the Tennessee Club In Memphis over the weekend, given by Mr. and Mrs. C. Lewis Wilson following the wedding of Miss Frances Ross and Lee Sudbury. Mrs. Wilson Is Mr. Stout's sister and Mr. Wilson is a brother ot Mrs. Marr's. Mr. and Mrs. Louis K. Salmons of Detroit, Mich., formerly of BIythe- vllle, are the parents of a daughter born April IS at the East Side Hospital in Detroit. The couple's second child, she has been named Phyllis Ann. Mrs. Salmons Is the former Miss Lilly Bailey of BIythevllle. Her mother, Mrs. Y. A. Bailey, returned Monday from Detroit where she has been their guest for the past month. Royal Service Program Held by Baptist B.VV.C. The Business Women's Circle Four of the Cnlvary Baptist Church met last night at the home of Mrs. Jack Vowell with Mrs. Victor Wilson us co-hostess tor a Royal Service Program. There were 14 members and one visitor, Mrs. Lloyd McBride present. Mrs. J. D. Widner, chairman, presided over the meeting which was opened with prayer by Mrs. Mark Anderson. Mrs. Bill Shanks was in charge of the program cntlllcd. "Christ, the Answer in the Home." The devotional was given by Mrs. R. L. Colemnn with Mrs. Wilson, I Mrs. Larry Byrum. Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. Henry Burnell, nnd Mrs. Raymond Belkamp presenting the program. The dismissal prayer was ottered by Mrs. Marie Matter, niter which refreshments were served by the hostesses Business Meeting Held By Legion Auxiliary The American Legion Auxiliary met last night at the Hnt for their regular business meeting. Mrs. B. P. Stewart, president, presided during the meeting. Plans were | made for the Poppy Day Sale, which is sponsored by the Auxiliary, and will be held Saturday, May 21 They also discussed the arrangements for the girls who will nttenc Girls State. Reports were heard from the various officers nnd cnmmittees at the close of the meeting. At The Hosmtnls Rlythevllle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. W. E. Larkin. city. Mrs. L. M. Burnett, city. Mrs, Allan Pickarci, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: W. E. Gillespic. city. Mrs. Oscar Wofford and Luxora. Mrs. Mnrlha Bates, Holland. M The anual May Breakfast sponsored by" the' Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Fiist Methodist Church will be held tomorrow morning In the banquet rooms of the church. Beginning at 0 a.m., breakfast will be served until 9:30 m. The famous Southern biscuits, a feature of the menu, will again be made by Mrs. John Featl\erston, who will be assisted by Mrs. George Pyles. Mrs. Featherston has made biscuits for the May Breakfast for the past. 19 years with the exception of one year, during which time she was In the hospital. She starts preparing the biscuits at 5 a.m., the morning or the breakfast and c'.ring one year, used more than a 24-pound sack ol flour Injrder to be able to serve the 650 people who attended. The Mav Breakfast was started pproxlmately 215 years ago and was rst held on tlie lawn 'of the W. H aker home. Due lo bad weather, hey started serving the breakfast t 'the church. Last year anproxi- ately 1000 people attended the rcakfast, this bclnc the largest umber ever to attend. The food is donated by tlie mer- hants of BIythevllle and mem- wrs of the W S. C. S. The money btainert from the breakfast will go nto the cliurc' 1 building fund. Mrs. Hugh Whltsltt Is general hnlrman of the breakfast. Other liairmen are. Mrs. Roland Green, cod sol'citation. Mrs. M. O. Goort- vln. tickets, Mrs. Hurry Klrbv. din- tia room hostess. Mrs. W. R. Cnmn- cll. Mrs. A. H. nnyd anrt Mrs W. S. Johnston, 'lining room. Mrs. W. C. Ticrfilnson. Mrs. Marcus Evrnrd, Mrs. Elton Kirby and Mrs. Jni"cs Till Jr.. flowers, Mrs. Albert Wiliams, waitresses and Mrs. Byron Moore, publicity. bans Coming Events Social Calendar Thursday May Day Breakfast held at the First Methodist Church from 6 lo 9:30 a.m. The Gosnell W.S.C.S. will meet at the church at 2:30 p.m. with the District Caravan as their guests. The Double Four Bridge Club will be entertained at the home of Mrs. W. S. Langdon. Mrs. Holland AlKen will be hostess to the Thursday Night Club. Mrs Richard Prltchard will be hostess to the Thursday Rook Club. Mrs John Clnuse will entertain the Avalon Bunco Club. The Octette Club will met at the home of Mrs. Marvin Nunn. The L.EW. Club will be entertained at the home of Mrs Alvis Harris. Mrs. Edgar P. Borum will be hostess to the Thursday Contract Club Mrs. Harry W. Hnincs will entertain the Mid-Week Club. Friday Mrs. Alvin Hardy will entertain the C-B.C. Club. Mrs. Lloyd Whittaker wffl be hostp.s? to the Friday Contract Club. The Friday Club will meet at the home of Mrs. James C. Guard. • • • Civic Calendar Girl Scout I .one Troop — 8:00 p.m Thursday Rotary Club, Hotel Noble— 12:10 p. in- Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors — 2:30 p.m, mn Wednesday, Thursday, Friday England is believed to hold the world's non-stop railroad run rcc- circl, London to Edinburgh, GOI miles In a little over six hours, and the locomotive speed record of 126 miles an hour. 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