The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 21, 1949 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

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BLYTHEVTLL!! <ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1949 - Amelia Saliba. Society Editor W Wu Ponder is Engaged To Robert Dent Moore Jr. Mr*. Harry Lee Ponder of Walnut Ridge, today announced the •nwement of her daughter, Miss N«ncy Btake Ponder to Robert Dent Moon Jr. of Pensacola, Fla., and Walnut Ridge, B on of Mrs. Hazel Moore of Walnut Ridge and Robert Dent Moore of Pine Bluff. Plan* for the wedding, which wll be aolemnteed In late summer will be announced at a later dale. Miss Ponder, daughter of the lute Harry Lee Ponder, former lieutenant governor of Arkansas^ and Speaker of the House in the State Legislature of Arkansas, was-graduated from the Walnut Ridge «tgli School. She later was graduated from the University of A"*"-™;* rayetteville. with a degree of BM itor ot Science and Education. While 'there she became a member of PI . Beta Phi social sorority and was a members of the Fort Smith high school faculty before becoming » faculty member of the Blytheville Hi»h School. Mr. Moore was graduated from Walnut Ridge High School before enlisting in the United Stales Navy Engaged Mrs. Whittaker Hostess To Bridge Club, Guest „... -i". Bob Blaylock at her » home, 828 West Ash. nroved During the afternoon gamw, high | P^;" score was won by Mrs. W. D»nlel», with Mrs. O. L " Jr. receiving second , Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, who I has been undergoing treatment at Blytheville Hospital for the past iveral days, was removed last night I the I *° ' ne nolne of Mr. »nd Mr«. O. A, wl th Cunningham, where she will spend 1 - before returning to her condltlon u mucn . VPYCU* Mrs. Ros« D. Hughes and son, Hast Dillon, left yesterday for Dallas, Texas, where they plan to J - ,u-i, , . receiving seco d h'gli. , d wlth the1r daughter and Vases of spring flowers were used > . H hes _ the hostess to decorate the home Followlm, the gam served refreshments. Mrs. Hardy Is Hostess To C. B. C. Club, Guest sister, Miss Nancy Hughes. wnbourn 0[ panigould Is spending a few days — i of her daughter, Mrs. R. H. Kirby and Mr. Klrby, who will motor her home tomorrow. Cecil Earls, F. B. Joyner, Jimmy Smothermon and J. E. Stevenson ... Jr. left today for Bt. Louis, Mo., Mrs, Alvln Hardy was hosteM , Jere they wlll sptnd t he weekend, yesterday when she entertained the T t cspeclally to McnA the 0. B. O. Olub and one guest, Mrs ' 5 th<re D. C. Freeman, at her home, 1517 Mr uld Mrg B A Lynch and West walnut. Mr _ alid Mls . R . A . Porter left The home was decorated with at- to(| [m Hot Spr j nRS where Mr. tractive arrangements of roses and Lj , nch anll Ml . p porter will attend other spring flowers. the Ar icansas Bankers Convention. During the rook games, high score porter, daughter of Mr. ent to Mrs. R. A. Copeland w th * > , ... , m her Coming Events Social Calendar Monday I J Calvary Baptist V.W.A. will meet | t at Ihe home of Miss Bonnie Webb. The Woman's council of Ihc First Christian Church will meet at the home of Mrs, Albert Taylor for • 11 business meeting. f The W. M, U. of the First Baptist ' Church will meet In Circle groups as follows: One, Mrs, J. L. Wallace; Two, Mrs. J. H. Seirrmn; Three, Mrs. J. L. Nabers; Four, Mrs, R. U Copeland; Five, Mrs. Walter Bishop and Six, Mrs. W. E. Buchanan. Timday Mrs. Phillips Robinson will entertain the La Petite Club. Mrs. Coleman Stevens will be hostess to the La Nueve Club. The Til-Town Bridge Club will be entertained at the home of Mrs. Worth Holder. . Club Eight will nieel at the home of Mrs. Jesse White. The L. E. W. Club will be entertained at the home ot iv.'rs. Howard Besharse. Wednesday . Chapter D, P.E.O. Sislerhood will be entertained at 1 o'clock lunch- [ eon at the home of Mrs. E. B, Gee. The Chtckasaw Chapter, Del- Win Highest Class Honors arrison Senior Class o Hear Rev. Johnson Rev. E. Mclvln Johnson, paslor the A very Chapel AME Church Memphis' will deliver the bac- nluurcatc sermon for the gradua- ng class of Harrison High School, omorrow, 4 p.m., al the I'llgrim cst Baptist Ghurcli. There are 3.U tudcnts in the graduating class. ^ At The Hosnitals Blylheillc Hospital Mrs. Paul Stull and b;iby, Manila. MiU'sucrllc Lewis, city. Larry Fitzgerald, city. Mrs. Leon Malone, Tomato. Mis--, Winnie V. Turner, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. E. E, Benls, cily. Mrs. H. W. Muhan, city. Mrs. Virginia Williams and baby, Rt. 2, cily. J L Campbell \, Millie Cole Baker J. L. Campbell, son of Mrs. D. Campbell, led the Luxora seniors WCnt tO MIC. r*« n> wifv« — »»w """;" Mrs. Freeman wjnnlng second high and Mrs. Paul Byrum, rooko. 10 ajn. Hotel'Nobutt grades, and was named valedictorian at the commencement exe.cis Thursday night. Mrs. Millie Baker, daughter or Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Co ivity Mnrth." The program was concluded with an operetta, "All About Sprink" presented by the students from various grades. The enlisting m LUC wt,*v^.. , -i-ne eiiUtiBCLi.env u. «**).» *.*.,,~,» . .* raa .v,»rrv s during World War II. A petty of- , k ponder, daughter of Mr MnUks after Ihe fleer he Is stationed at Saudey >oluler an[1 tne Me Mr. I drlnlca » uer Ule n\.\,'-1 -.,_ii_^.-» TJnticn. i •»•"•*•.* •-• _,.,__ »,_ *->_(._»» IlCCr, I1C *a oii«*«»""" —- . jmi*^ i_ivu i. ^..^.,. Field, Naval Air Station at Pensa- p o|ldcr Qt W alnut Ridge, to Robert cola I Dent Moore Jr., of Pensacola, Fla., • • • and Walnut Ridge, Jon Of_ Mrs. Ha- Surprise Shower Is Given Ug,""^^*^ f" " Complimentine MlSS Walls | l5 announced today by her mother Mrs Barney Crook was hoslcss last night when she entertained r i . x] pCH with alurprlse shower compliment- Lhaplei IN, rX.U Holly. Special guest at was Mr. E. V. Walls, mother the honoree. ;te At J. W. Adams Residence Chapter N of P.E.O. Sisterhood 1 held thc final meeting of the sea- games. Blytheville Girl Gives Recital in Abilene, Tex. June Posey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Poiey of Blytheville. gave her Junior voice recital Tues day In Caldwell Hall on the Campu of Hardin-Slmmons University, Ab llene, Tex. The program was ...„ Porter, will visit with her —--• ••• -• ---—•••;--: grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jamesl to the Wednesday Club. T. Porter In Wlnfleld, Ala. have as their guests over the weekend. Mrs. Van Dine's sister, Town and Counlry Club will be was secolltl ,„ scholarship. The activities yesterday closed the school entertained at the home of Mrs. J. C. Ellis Sr. Mrs. w. J. pollard will be hostess I events for the year at Luxora. Mrs. LuVurna Mable and W. M. Miller, both of St. Louis. Mo. Mr, and Mrs. Charles H. Bum) •re the parents of * daughter born — •' • —-••- Hospital. The . .--..,..- -- she has been "_ ! named Belinda Jean. Mrs. Bunn Is "'the former Miss Roberta Rodgers. Mrs. Robert E. Tayloi - by Gary Kirk with Mrs, W. E. Thursday Rhoads and Mrs. Charles Langston Mrs. Edgar P. Borum will enter- lv[ (ne ,.^^,,55. others taking tain the Thursday Contract Club. t on tne proglam and their talks Mrs. G. V. Ctf.ws will entertain K^ ere . Deen statum. "A Son Who the Blytheville Rook Club I were: Deen Statum. "A Son Who Helped His Mother"; Jerry Lynn ie nuiiuicc. I son yesterday when Mrs. J. W During the evening, various party | A(lams Mld Mrs . Mty B . Jo nes of Mmes "and contests were plnycd •with prizes being won by Mrs. B. G. Grant and Miss Walls. The gifts, wrapped and tied with assorted colored paper »" d rtljbons, were arranged around a miniature bride and groom which was encircled with greenery entermlngled with silver foil. White tapers In silver holder* were placed' at each side. At- trmctively arranged throughout the entertaining rooms of the home were »»se» of roses and spring flowers In pastel shades. Mrs. Crook was assisted In serving punch and cake by Mrs. Grant. Each guest was presented a flower to wear In her hair. Miss Walls wore for Ihls affair a treen and whit* printed silk frock with brown accessories. 1 ; Miss Shelton Is Hostess to Nil PKi-Mu Sorority Miw Jane Shelton was hostess ' Thursday night when Ihc Nxi Ph Mu Sorority met at her home fo tl» Installation of ofticers and th pre«ent»tion of pins to the sevc rushees. iRushees are Miss Joyce Damon Miss Mary Van Bneed, Mrs. Pa Allen, Miss Rosanna Cleveland. Mi. Virginia Besharse, Mtss Shelto and Miss Catherine Graham. ,The following officers were installed: Miss Joyce Damon, president, Miss Jane Shelton, vice-president, Miss Virginia Besharse. treasurer, Mrs. Pat Allen, recording secretary and Miss Catherine Graham. Manlln, enterlained at the Adams to her home Thursday In Owens- llene, Tex. The program was »• rgl la.t of a Mrl « s .°' 5vI>rl " 8 . m ^ d f n : days here with her daughter, Mrs. cltata Presented by the Hardln » ^^^ n- ij.j 1.11.111*1. *VKU>V ~.~~. 1 Helped HIS MOlllci ; tjcriiy ujm. Mrs. W. A. Stlckmon will be hos- Coa t s ,.j Love you"; Mrs. Stovall, less to the Thursday Night Club. 1 .-rue Mother of George W. Truitt"; Thursda/ Rook >Club will .neet char]es La n6S ton III, Royce Kelal the home of Mrs. George Sallba ... Charles Quarry, "Mothers .Ir. ' - - .--,-- —i Avalon Bunco club -illl be en- of Missions' tertalned at th' home of Mrs. Raymond Shamlln The Commission and was led by Charles Simmons School of und " Sixteen were present for the luncheon, including a former member, Mrs. Dixie Crawford, of Jonesboro. Eight guests were seated at the dining table, centered with a low rrangement of velvety pansles, and ie others were served at two small ables arranged in the living room, owls of mixed Spring flowers were scd to center each of the small nbles, and to decorate the enter- nlnlng rooms. Unique hand made place cards uarking the place of each guest, were fashioned of miniature palnt- ngs of the members wearing cocky ittle hats trimmed with reai vell- ng and flowers. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham, who was In charge of the afternoon's program. Introduced Mrs. WiHard H. Pense, who presented a review of Tennessee Williams' play "Streetcar Named Desire." This program completed the group's year long study of drama. of Prof °an P Mr . and Mrs. Roy Lewis are the of a daughter born Wedne.- Welch win be hostess to the Octets Club. with a morning party for members of the Mid-Week Club. «» tat The meeting was singing of a hymn and thi entertain | »ng of the Lord's Prayer. During the social hour, refresh ments of pa-ty foods and iced drick Too ay «t Walls Hospital ' She has t, Mathews of Steele, Mo. i Mr. and Mrs. U. L. Tale had as Other" songs on the program sung their guests this week, her brother, Other songs ^ ^ ^ ^ i an Hayes, Mrs^ Hayes and son I 111C 1VIH.I- TY^CIV UlttUt I UlCllia VI H" »J • The W.S.C.S. of the dosnell Meth- 1 drinks were served. The R.A. colors, odist Church will meet at the home gold, royal blue and white, were of Mr«. J. C. Davis at 2:30 ^.m. carried out In the decorations of Mrs. Joe Pride Jr., will be hostess | the rooms, to the Thursday Luncheon Club. Friday Mrs. A_A_. Hardy will be hostess] Low cost plilst | c . roa ds may be- MUSJC Program Is Given In Dell School Auditorium A music program under thc direction of Mrs. Fred Becker was presented In the Dell School auditorium Wednesday and featured the band and the t'hird. fourth, fifth and sixth grade students. The program was opened with a baritone solo entitled "Pals" by Doi Harris. A trumpet duet. "Gloria II Excelsis" was presented by Elwyi Caldwell and Sam Harris, followed by a trumpet and trombone numbe by Cecil AEhabranner and Dan Har nion. Their selection was, "Bclicv Me If All Those Endearing Youn Charms." A song story. "A Rabbi Continuuus Shows Box Office Opens 1*15 Show Starts 2:00 LISTICN TO KL.CN 8:01) n.rn, 12:45 (l.m. 4:30 p.m. piano by Mrs. Dub Wooten. Prof. at the and her sister, Mrs. Hugh Brook Jones, all of Jonesboro. Mrs. Estes In the recital was I had geen the guest of Mr. and Mrs. 'Mae sweet, piano pupil of j Hayes In Houston. Thurman Morrison. M» - — Wilson P.T.A. Installs [Officers for Next Term WILSON, Ark., May 21—The Parent - Teacher Association met Thursday in the High School, auditorium for the last meeting of the school year. Mrs. Maurice Lynch gave the de- lo the C.B.C. Club. . The Friday Contract Club will be | come entertained at the home of Mrs. Sweet played a Beethoven sonota, Mendelssohn's "Song Without Words," and composition by Cyril Scott and Albenlz. Officers Are E/ected For Dell Beta Club The Dell Beta Club met Thursday , «ira. muuuuc U>ULII xw-*c me uc- nlght at the home of Henry Oos» votlonnl and Mrs. Charles Leftwich for the election of new officers. ] offered prayer. A duct was sung by Doyle Henderson. Mrs. James C. Guard will be hoe- less to the Friday Club. Saturday The 20th Century Club will be entertained at a dance at the Hut, 8:30 pjn. Hosts and hostesses are Mr. and Mrs. Connie Modinger, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Oldham, Dr. and Mrs. Weldon Rainwater, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pride Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Terry. possible through chemical : soil, a process dls- the war when airstrips were pro- plane landing cessed. . A Bear and A Mouse" was give by Prank Sigmin, Dale Rodgers and Darrel Meadow, third grade pupils. The sixth grade students presented a dance and song. Numbers presented by the band Included. "Lord Lovel," "The Irish Wnsh Woman," "Blue Tail Ply," Mendelssohn's. "Priest March, "Tnrantara" from The Pirates of Penzante by Sullivan and the "Act- corresponding secretary. Mrs. Gilbert D. Hammock and Ulss Dorothy Jean Higginson are counselors. Refreshments were served by the hostess following the meeting. Mrs. Fendler Entertains Friday Club and Guests Mrs. Blau Rcath and Mrs. Bob Logan were guests yesterday at Hie home of Mrs. Oscar Fendler, 1112 West Ash, when she entertained members of Ihe Friday Club. High score went to Mrs. Heath during llic afternoon games, with Mrs. Farris McCalla receiving second high and brldgo. Bouquets of spring [lowers in soft shades were attractively arranged In the home. The hostess served refreshments of a dessert course. Fourteen members were present. Bonnie Lou Sheppard was elected as president with Charley Ruth Blankenship as vice-president, Delovis Mosley. secretary, Christine Dobbs, treasurer, and Fern Allen, reporter and historian. During thc business session thc by-laws for the Dell Club were adopted. Reports on the Beta State Convention were given by Fern Allen, Edna Peoples and Ella Mac Dlxon, after which the meeting adjourned. Bishop (o Visit Here The Rt, Rev. R. Bland Mitchell Bishop of Arkansas will arrive to day to conduct a service of conlir mation tonight at St. Stephen' Episcopal Church. The service wil begin at 8 o'clock. jewell McAfee and Curtis Coburn. Mrs, Raymond Cotner out-going president, and O. W. Patchell, principal, were presented gifts as tokens of appreciation for their work n the P.T.A, followed by a solo by Nanette Patclicll. During the business session, presided over by Mrs. Cotner. a resume was made of the work this year In the Iccal P.T.A. Mrs. Cotner ilso thanked officers and committee members for their cooperation in thc various activities. Stipt Phillip J. Deer Installed the following officers: Mrs. Maurice Lynch, president; Mrs. Carl Byrd, Mother-Son Program Given by Baptist R.A.'s The Mitchell Houston R. A. Chapter of the Number Nine Baptist Church met at the church Thursday for a special. Mother-Son program. Mrs. Eric Ray was a guest at the meeting. Thc program was opened with the repenting of the watchword and the singing of the R. A. hymn for the year, led by Charles Quarry. Prayer was offered bj Mrs. Bob Stovall Tile meeting was presided over by Charles Langston III, during which time the roll call was read by Royce Kellick, with each member answering by repeating his favorite scrip lure. Readings about Mother wer vice-president; Mrs. Charles Leftwich. secretary and Mrs. Hudson Wren, treasurer. Refreshments were served by Mie .sixth grade room mothers. presented by Willis Rhoads. Leoi Sanford. 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