The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 26, 1949 · Page 4
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*AG« FOUR BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COUEIEB NEVTS FRIDAY, AUGUST 2«, 19W New* Phone 4461 Bridge Party Compliments Miss Mary Ann Parks Golden tones were used through out the party given last night for Mi£5 Mary Ann Parks by Mrs. Joe Shanks and Mrs. Whitney Morgan Jr. at the Davis Street home of the former. Miss Parks will be married Sunday afternoon to Edgar O.slln Jr. of IJttle Rock. Slender yellow tapers centered each of tlie small tables where guests were served a salad cour.se preceding bridge games. Gifts for prizes were tied In the corresixmd- ing shades and arrangements of zinnias ranging from yellow to deep orange were placed throughout the living room and porch. In games high prize went to MLss Jo Ann Trieschman and Mrs. Richard T. Rose received second- Miss Parks was also presented a gift from her hostesses. For the occasion the honoree wore a frock of brown chain bray made with a tucked bodice and white accessories. Her mother. Mrs. Max A. Parks, was a special guest, « * * Bridge Luncheon Given For Club, Three Guests Mrs. Wallace Hoke was hostess to the Thursday Luncheon Club and three guests yesterday at her home for a bridge luncheon. Mrs. Robert Porter, Mrs. Leonard Old ham and Mis. George Huhljard, Jr.. were guests for the occasion. In bridge game, 1 ;. Mr.s. Joe P. Bride, Jr., WOP high, and Mrs. Porter second. Mixed summer flowers were used in a myriad of colors throughout the home. * ' * Mrs. Goforth Hostess To Thursday Rook Club Mrs. Maurice Hoy was guest yesterday of the Thursday Rook Club when it met at the home of Mrs. T. W. Goforlh. In rook games, Mrs. Herbert Henson, won high, Mrs, Neville Blakemore, second and Mrs. George Saliba, Jr., rooko. Tuberoses and varicolored zinnias were used in the entertaining rooms. The hostess served refreshments. • • * Avalon Bunco Club Plays At Eddie Ford, Jr., Home The Avalon Bunco Club met for Its weekly meeting Thursday at the home ol Mrs. Eddie Ford, Jr. In" the bunco games Mrs. "Bill Gilbo .won high, Mrjj. Elyde Eldridge low and Mrs. Gene EH is bunco. Mixed summer flowers decorated the entertaining rooms. A dessert plate was served by the hostess. WHAT A GIRL fSCOUT)- U'lien _she isn't bujy acting In pictures or winning beauty titles, 17-year-old Debljy Reynolds is working hard to win meril badges as a.-Seuior Girl Scout The young Hollywood starlet ha; earned 42 out of z possible hundred badges in her scouting career. As a movie-maker, she'i won a leading role in a ncv Hollywood production. Bits of News Blytherille People Attend Annual Family Reunion Among the lOfl members ol the family of the late Mi-, and Mrs. Charles H. Lloyd of Blytheville who attended the annual family reunion Sunday at Ripley, Term., were 26 j Blytheville residents. i Usually convening at Walker park i on the third Sundady in August,: the family this time spread its pic- ' ntc dinner near Coal Creek in Tennessee. The afternoon was spent In boat-riding, picture-lading and Informal entertainment. From here were R. L. Maxwell and children. Miss Clarice Maxwell and E. L. Jr.; Mr. ami Mrs. %Valtey Maxwell; Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Karncs and daughter, Jaye Lynn; Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lloyd and children, Misses Mamie Ruth and Peggy. J. A. Jr. and Darral; Mr. and Mrs. Julius Lloyd and baby son; Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lloyd and twin daughters, riha and son, George; Temple and Mr. and Mrs. E. B. i Lloyd. I Pastors Are Visitors At Gosnell W.S.C.S. The Methodist Women's Society of Christian Service at Gosnell met Thursday for a putluck dinner following morning services of the revival now in progress. Guests were Lee Hill. Mrs. Gillie Anderson and tlie Rev. Raymond Krutz who is eondnctinr the revival. Following dinner a business bts- fion was held by the ten members presided over by Mrs. J. C. Davis, Jr. Mrs. Henderson Hall, program chairman, opened the program with prayer and singing of the song "In the Garden." Mrs. Roy Hon, Mrs Curtis Bright and Mrs. Davis assisted with the program. "Spreading the Light in Burma." Mrs. Davis dismissed with prayer. Sudbury P. T. A. Board Appoints Committees Seventeen members of the Ex^ ecutive Board of the Sudbury Parent Teachers Association met last night at tile home of their president, Mrs. George SUhvell. Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, Elementary Supervisor, was gue.st for the meeting. Tlie year's subject, "Children's Needs" was discussed by Mrs. Stilwell. The following were appointed to offices and committees for the coni- inc school years; Mrs. S. C. Owens, vice-president; Mrs. Vance Henderson, secretary; Mrs. Harry Rogau, treasurer; Mrs. Langston Ashmord, historian; Mrs. Jesse White, program chairman, Mrs. L. H. Hay, devotional. Mrs. Don Lute and Mrs. King Laferney, membership for the first, second and third grade.?; Mrs. Emil Damon, chairman, with Mrs. H. H. Garnelt to assist In membership for fourth, fifth and sixth grades; Mrs. Tim Estes, welfare chairman, Mrs. W. H. Calthvell, Mrs. J. H. Tlmmon, Mrs. otho Slanficld to assist; hospitality: Mrs. Mell Stewart, Mrs. Ted King. Mrs. Wagner Adams. Mrs. Fred Callthan, Mrs. Ray Johnston and Mrs. Leonard Campbell; Mnance Frs. Fred Saliba, Mrs. Morris ZcUncr. Mrs. Rene George. Mrs. Harry Bogan. and Mrs. Harry Wcedman. Budget: Mrs. E. F. Pry, chairman, assisted by Miss Alma Peters and Miss Mary Hublcr: siummer round-up. Mrs. F. E. Utley, chairman, assisted by Mrs. Jimmy Sanders: publicity. Mrs. Marcus Qaincs, Mrs. Charles Graham; luncheon, Mrs. E. M. Holt anrt Mrs. Carl Lay; room reprcsentive. Mrs. W. H. Caldwell; telephone, first, second and third grades. Mrs. Hollis Moody, fourth, fifth and sixth grades, Mrs. Kellon Francis, safety. Mrs. E. F. Fry and Mus Mary Hubler. Mrs. L. A. Dangberty, chairman of publication., announced that 55 subscriptions of the Parent-Teachers national magazine had been sold here. This makes the Sudbury P.T.A. no'.v eligible for membership in the "50" Club. Mrs. Tim Estes. Mrs. Jesse while and Mrs. S.c. Owens were appointed to revise, the by-laws. Mrs. Owens and Mrs. Henderson were appointed to assist on the guide rc]H>rt. Friday. September 2. a Mississippi County School of Information for P.T.A." workers will be held at Luxora School cafeteria. All members arc urged to attend. The Executive Board and the regular Parent-Teacher Association Harry Johnson, Jr., of Memphis is spending sevenU days here as the guest of Jerry Morgan. Condition of Mrs. Josie Svlte who was injured several week. 1 ; ago in a fall at her home in much Improved. She is now able to be up. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Morgan and •ion, Jerry spenv Wednesday in Memphis. Mrs. Morgan remained lor several days to visit her brother who Is hospitalized there. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Webb left Wednesday for their home in Indio, Calif., after a month's visit here as guests o[ Mrs. Webb's parents, Air. and Mrs. N. J. Humphrey. Condition of Mrs. J. D. Swift, who lias been seriously III in Walls Hos- >ilal for several days, is unchanged. Mrs. E. S. Vows has returned to tier home alter spending two nonths In Little Rock and Atkins, as guest of relatives and friends. Mr, and Mrs. James W. Robertson and Mr. ami Mrs. Emmctt Collins spent this week In Little Rock as gnests of Earl Holsetter, ' Mrs. Herbert Davis of Hipiey. Tenn., will return to her home today after spending several days here as guest of Mr. and Mrs. Farrts McCalla and daughter Jenny Wren. Mr. and Mrs. Joe L. Coleman announce the birth of a son Thursday al Walls Hospital. He Is their first child and has been named Gary IjiMarr. Mrs. Coleman is the former Miss Jimnita Reed. • Mr. and Mrs. Ei'erelt Enbanks are spending today in Memphis. Miss Betty Lee Martin of Greenwood, Miss., is tiie week-end guest of Miss Rosemary Johnston and her parents. Miss Martin and Ml c s Johnston were school mates a~t Birmingham-Southern College, Birmingham, Ala. Miss Clco Bradley has returned from Memphis where she spent several days as the guest of her cousin. Miss Virginia Estelle Burdin. Miss Burdin, who had a role In the MOAT production, "New Moon" is a singer In the Municipal Opera of St. Louis. Miss Burdin Is « frequent Blytheville vhltor where she Is the guest of Miss Bradley and her aunt. Mrs. T. G Wilson. Miss Virginia Swearengen and Miss Nancy Partlow are spending today In Memphis. Edgar Dotson Oslln. Jr.. of Little Rock arrived in Blytheville lust night. He will be married Sunday at 4 p.m. to Miss Mary Ann Parki in • ceremony to be performed at the First Methodist Church. Miss Barbara Monaghan left last night for Brinkley where she will be a guest of Miss Pat Weis tor several days. Saturday Miss Monaghan will join R group of friends and go to Little Rock to attend a Delta _DeIta Delia sorority rush partyiat the Continental Room in the Hotel Marion. Aubrey Conway is ill at his home on Main Street. Mrs. J. F. Lent! and her mother, Mrs. M. F. Culilson, are on a ten- day motor trip through, the Sonth- wc;t. Al Albu- Mcrque, N.M.. they will be joined by Mr- Lenti's son. Jack, who has been visiting relatives there and who will accompany them home. KYK-SAVING CLINIC IS INITIATED—T. P. Wright IIr. son of Mrs. Osrar Fcndlcr, has his eyes checked as the first "patient" in the Junior Service Auxiliary Bye-Saying Clinic while Mrs. Max Logan records data on his vision. Looking on arc Or. James C. Guard and Dr. Milton Webb, optometrists; Mrs. Joe Beasley and Mrs. Don Smith. Auxi- liary members; and Dr. Jack Webb, eye, ear, nose and throat doctor. One of the Auxiliary projects, the clinic will be bcnelittcd by a Junior Service-soon sored style show September 9 at Hotel Noble. Tlie local optical men will cooperate with the Auxiliary in the clinic. —Courier News I'holo Blyrheville Couple Named to District Church Offices HOT SP1NOS. Ark.. Al'g. 26. '<V* --The Arkansas District Conference Assembly of God churches closed at the Ozark-Lithia Camp Grounds near here yesterday with election of officers. L. H. Rilcy. Little Rock: H. J. Murray, Cullcnrtale; J. H. Lindsey, Russeliville. and H. E. Sims, Blylhc- ville. were elected executive presbyters. Officers of Christ's Ambassadors, i young people's organization are: the Rev. Edwin Burris, Rnsscllvillc, re-elected president; the Rev. C. E. Barr. England, vice-president, E. Duel Tanner. Camden. was named superintendent of the state Sunday School department, and D. D. Balland, Br -ton, assistant sup- erintciutcnl. The State Woman's Missionary Council elected Mrs. Cora Jennins, Pine Bluff, president: Mrs. H. E. Sims, Blytheville, vice-president; and Mrs. Pauline Fimkhouser, Paris, secretary-treasurer. 'Dorcas Class Elects New Officers Five visitors and 12 members were present Thursday when Mrs. Tunas Heiison was hostess to the Dorcas Class of Calvary Baptist Church at her home. The five guests were Miss Inez Henson, Miss Dorothy Rollison Mrs. Lee Powell. Miss Betty Jean Hen«on and Miss Bobbie Jean England. The meeting was opened with the .singing of the class song. "Living For Jesus." followed by a business discussion led by Mrs. Hubert Polssrove. Officers for tlie coming year were elected with the following being selected: Mrs. Herman Mays, president, and Mrs. Thomas Clark vice- president. Following dismissal by Mrs. Andrew Conlcy. refreshments were server! b.T the Misses Benson, Henson and England. Fraternity Organizes Alumni Club in Missco James M. Gardner of Blytheville was elected president, of the Mississippi County Alumni Club of the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity at an organizational meeting at the Rustic Inn, Wednesday night.' This Is the second alumni group for the fraternity, the other belnp in Little Rock. Charles Jolliff of Osceola was elected vice-president; Charles Moore of Blythcvllle. secretary- treasurer, and Bill Hurt of Joiner recording secretary. Following ncljourmnent refreshments were served. At The Hospitals BI.VTIIKVII.LE HOSPITAL iMiii.sjcd: Reynolds Salawir. CitV. WALLS HOSPITAL i^mi^cd: Joe N'ewsom. Dell. Mr.s. John Story and baby. City. Mrs. Willaclcne Martin. City. Patricia Ann Smith. Armorel. CORRECTION Lilted below are correct prices of items erroneously advertised in Thursday's Courier News: Blue Plate, COM Brand COFFEE Lb. 49c BEEF ROAST Lb. 49c CLUB STEAKS Lb. 59c DAVIS & STRICKLAND GROCERY and MARKET RITZ THEATRE BY REFRIGERATION Sunday & Monday POWELL Shelley WINTERS ,u MARSHA HUNT • JAMES GLEASON lfW!>>lyt»lMimSK»WICt<ESTE!IEltSI«Sc • t>it«ct»l!irCMVtl«l«Sirmt «CHESItJ mm nmm Poramount News and Selected Shorti Continuous Showing Sun. 1:15-11:00 Texas College Awards Degree to Local Man A Blytheville man was among the record group of 742 who received tlejrecs last night from North Texas Slate College in Denton. Tex. Jack Robertson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hoberlion of Blytheville was awarded his master's degree in economics. Mr. Robertson completed his tin- derpracluate work last August al the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville and was awarded a bachelor's device'in the February commencement. He has accepted an instructing position In the economics department at Arkansas A. and M. near Monticello. Mr. Robinson Is married and has one child, a daughler. * WE. THE WOMEN it By Ruth Millett, NBA Staff Writer Waiting Up for Daughters Safer-Even if 'Outdated' Should the mother of a teen-age girl wait up for her when tlie girl is out on a date? The mother of a 16-year-old hi"' school junior wants the answer to that question. A lot of modern mothers will disagree with me, I'm sure, but I think the answer is -i emphatic "Yes.- • Because a girl is likely to be a ' little more responsible, if she knows' her mother will be waiti- 0 up for; her, Irian If she feels she is strictly i "on her own." ! She's more likely to get home on time if she knows that by staying out later than she Is supposed to she'll be keeping her mother up. I And a girl can be pretty indefinite! about the time she got in,- i[ no : one heard her when she came home. Then, too, there's the matter of drinking. Every mother wants to. feel she can tri'sl her daughter implicitly. Bvl the sad truth is that a girl who knows she doesn't have to face R parent when she gels home is more likely to be persuaded to take a drink lhan the one who knows she can't get by with it nOESN'T HURT THE YOUNO MAN And It doesn't hurt tbe young man to know that he is out with a girl whose mother is concerned enough abovt her welfare so thai she makes it a rule not to go to bed until h daughter is safely home. Wailing up for daughters is somewhat out of style these days. S<> much so that a daughter may even protest that none of the other girls' mothers wait up for them. But it's just as good an idea as it ever was—old-fashioned though it may be. And a daughter won't really object if her mother doesn't make any of the following mistakes. If she doesn't: Meet the girl at the door in a frumpy-looking housecoat. ' Complain about how lale it is. instead of greeting her with a smile. Let her get the idea that she waits up for her because she doesn't trust her. rather than Y>eeause she likes to have her children safely under their own roof before she goes to sleep herself. FoRYouR CONVENIENCE In homes, most ice is used for the preservation of foods, but there are many additional uses which interest every homemaker. Successful hostesses use our crusher! ice freely in the preparation of crisp salads, trozen desserts, unusual dishes of all kinds. And, of course, crushed ice is at its best in cooling drinks of all kinds....and entertaining is easier when there's plenty of genuine, hard frozen crushed ice on hand! Ark-Mo Ice Co. Coming Events Social Calendar Wonder C'-^s of Lake Street Methodist Church will have fried chicken suppct at, Cnuvch at T.OO p.m. Miss Edith George, Mrs. Andrew J. Moses and Mrs. Fred S. Saliba will entertain members of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church and. theli families, at the Cedars Club, 8 pjn. Sunduy Miss Mary Ann Parks will bceorm the bride of Edgar Oslln Jr. at 4 p.m. today In the Methodist Church Reception will follow at home foi out-of-town guests, relatives anc wedding party. Potluck Dinner Served At Phebean's Meeting Mrs. Fletcher King. Mrs. Bertha Sykes, Mrs. Jane Gurno and Mrs Pearl Lamb were hostesses Thursday to the Phebean Class of the first Baptist Church for a notluck dinner at the church. te Bouquets of pink roses were set tjfl intervals along Jhe table from which' dinner was served. Mrs. John Mayes eave the devotional followed by a business mcet- Mrs. Henry Rosmon dlsmlssec with prayer. Stove Causes Fire Alarm An overheated oil cook slove was the cause of a fire alarm yesterdaj to the home of Miss Beatrice Lovelace at 113 South Franklin Street No damage resulted. Head Counur News Want Ads. R1TZ TH1ATRI BY REFRIGERATION Continuous Shows Box Office Opens 1 :45 Show Starls 2:00 8:M a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 n.m LISTEN TO Kl.CN The KM* Theatre has a Cr.v-Roon where mothers with fretting habie, can see and hear the show ii comfort. Last lime Today In the Good Old Summertime with Judy Garland and Van Johnson Selected Short Subjects Continuous Showing Every Daj Saturday Brothers in the Saddle with Tim Holt Serial: "Batman and Robin" No. 1! and Short Continuous Showing Sat 12:30-II:S Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 Opens Sunday 1:00; Startj 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. i Sun. Bargain Nighl Every Nijhl Except Saturday i .Vo passes honored on Sunday at Roxy Theatre JLasl Time Today Three Musketeers with Tana Turner anrt Gene Kelly Sclcclcrt Short JSuljjcel,'; daturday Serial: "Rocketmen" Xo. 2 & Shor Continuous Sluiwing Salnrda> 11>:3G to U:r>0 Sunday & IMonrlav mnrni.K KKATIIRKI yOHH FORD'S U61N& Of nit lOQTHWEll] con* by TfCHNttQLQR J 13 WWATHEKSl* FOT News Cont Shswlnt Snnrtai I rM I* 11 :*

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