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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, June 4, 1949
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TTTO Amelia Saiiba, Society Editor 1'hone 4461 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Duplicate White Costume Accents Prove Helpful r Miss Hawkins Engaged i'To William L. Brode '•••' Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lois Hawk- Ins today announce the engagement and approaching marriage ol ; their daughter, Miss Waurene • Hawkins, to William L. Brode, of Blytheville and Baltimore, Md., , ton at the late Mr. and Mrs. W. L. '', Brode of Baltimore, Md. ' Th« double ring ceremony will be : aolemnlzed Monday, June 6 at 8 ,'p.m. at the home of [he bride; «lecto parents. Oscar L. Hays of the ; Church of Christ wilt officiate. • The bride, wiio will be given In marriage by her father, will have 1- AJI her maid of honor, her twin ''aister, Miss Maurene Hawkins. Tap. ers will be lighted by another sister, Miss Peggy Hawkins and Miss Loralne Ross. i . T. 0. Hawkins, uncle of the bride• elect, will serve Mr. Brode as best znan and ushers will be James Thompson and Leroy Ross, Following the ceremony Mr. and ', Mrs. Hawkins will entertain with . reception. Miss Hawkins Is a graduate of •'Blytheville High School where she 'participated in many e.xtra-ciirrl- ; cula activities, For the past five years, she has been employed at :. Fllzpatrlck Jewelry Store in Blytheville. Mr. Brode was graduated frntn Mhigh school In Cumberland, Md.. f, ; and served over two years in the |; Army primary flight. He is owner |'iand operator of Brode Spraying (•; in Blytheville and Gordon City, Cleans. [" Brlde-Klect Honored '''. Mrs. W. T, Shelton and Mrs. B. ••' G. ShelEon entertained with a surprise miscellaneous shower compll- • , mcnting Miss Hawkins, Thursday : night at the W. T. Shelton rcsi- i'\ dence, 1520 Walnut. Approximately <-. 35 guests attended the affair. ;ij A pink and w^.ite color scheme ;','was carried out in the decorations :j : :of the home. The dining table j:!'.iva* centered with an arrangement t|:of pink hydrangeas in a low crys- !• -tal bowl, flanked by white tapers ;:;.in crystal holders. Centering the ;;i;buffet, was a tiered effect plat- <;,jform in while with the minature ;;;; bride and groom standing at the j;i: top!:!':; Various party games and contests ;-'- ; Fere played during the evening and i . later each guest wrote their favorite jr.i.recipe to be placed in a book whicli j.^vu presented to the honorce. ;;'. The gifts were arranged in a '{;'. wagon decorated with pink and '•'•'••• -white crepe paper and were brouzht !;;ln by Roma Carolyn Stovall. t|n ,'V year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 'i':E. W. Stovall. She was dressed in • pink and while organdy pinafore. ,;.;, Following the opening of the 'i.'/;Klft*, refreshments of assorted par• • ty foods were served by the host- l . "'esses who were assisted by Miss I ' : Jane Sheldon. The individual white i- ; cakes with the pink Inscription of '- • "Bill and Waurene" added to the ;;' decoration of the refreshment table. ', . Miss Hawkins wore for this oc- • • cassEon, a black and pink taffeta f . frock with white accessories. '*. ' • • • ;. '• Miss Jessie Tomlin's i Engagement Is Announced : . The engagement of Miss Jessie ,.' Glenn Tomlin of Burdette to Rene : . de Boisferon McCurdy of PitU- . burgh, Pa., is announced today by . • her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lucian ! Lyle Tomlin, sr. ',': Plans for the wedding which will : • be solemnized in Pittsburgh in late summer,' will be announced at a ;' later date. . : MLM Tomlin is a graduate of Luxora High School and served with . the W.A.A.C. and W.A.C. as a technician during the war. Mr. McCurdy. director of Pennsylvania Technical Institute. Is a graduate of Duquesne University and has done graduate work at the .. University of Pittsburgh. MlM M. Halen Marks, dean of Pennsylvania College for Women where Mi.y; Tomlin is a junior, made the announcement in Pittsburgh at A tea given at the home of Mrs. Lee McCurdy. Mrs. Farr Is Hostess To Bridge Club, Guests i Mrs. Russell C. Farr *as hostess yesterday when she entertained the Friday Contract Club and two Bits of News Mostly Willie S. Dobson, seaman apprentice, with the United States Navy, and husband of Mrs. Jo Evelyn Dob- sou of Osceola, was n member of the crew aboard the aircraft carrier USS Valley Force, which partici- Van," in the "Operation from Pearl Harbor Moving to San Diego. Warren W. Lane, electronics technician with the United States Navy ind son of J. T. Lane of Osceola has arrived In the Mediterranean for a six-month cruise, visit in European and African seaports. Elton L. Lawson, son of Mr and ifrs. Harry Lawson. of Blytheville. las been promoted to the grade of sergeant, officials at the MacDlll Mr Force Base, Tnmpa, Fta., an- lounced today. He enlisted In Informal Dance Given For Dell Supper Club Mr. and Mrs. Ben Henderson «nd Mr. and Mrs. Bob Henderson were hosts and hostesses Thursday night when they entertained the Dell Supper Club and guests with an Informal dance at (he Legion Hut. Approximately 85 guests attended the affair. The tables n-hite cloths were covered and centered with with blin rtelnh Dr. and Mrs. William D. cham- - will arrive tonight from Phlln- hla, Pa.. |o spend three weeks here as guests of his parents, Mr and Mrs. W. D. Chamblln. They will go to New Orleans, La,, to make their home for the next three years, where Dr. Chamblln will be a resident doctor at Osch- ners clinic. Billy Wayne McParlanil arrived home from the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, to spend the summer vacation here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cary McFarland. Miss Arden Fcrbuson Is spending the weekend In Newport as guest of Mr. and Mrs. John P. Klal and daughter Miss Mary Katherine Klal. Miss Ferguson and Miss Klal were roommates at Stephen's College. Columbia, Mo. Miss Ferguson will spend her summer vacation here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ferguson. Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Upton or Davis Dam. Nev.. returned home today after having spent the past ten days here with Mrs. Upton's parents. Mr. ati(j Mrs. H. E Stevens at 313 Lilly. Bill Elriridge. student at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, arrived home to visit with" his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Baker Wilson and his sister. Jane. He will receive his degree from the University of Arkansas Law School In August. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Rice Jr.. arrived last night from Columbia. Mo., to spend several days here as guests of Mr. Rice's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Rice Sr. They will return to Columbia, where he will- -attend summer school &t Missouri University. Miss Anne McLeod returned from Memphis where she spent the past week as guest of her sister. Mrs. Warren Price and Mr. Price. Miss Anne Nance wan called to Memphis last night to be with her brother. Isaac Nance, who was seriously injured in an automobile accident there yesterday. He Is in bouquets of mixed spring flowers with Dutch Iris and gladioli predominating. Various colored candles in crystal holders added to (he attractiveness of the decorations on the (able. Ou"<(s included, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Blotigett. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ounn, Mr. and Mrs. J. C, Wals-h, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Dreary, Mrs. and Mrs. Karry Bradley, Mr. and Mrs, Eric Wliitley, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Davis. Mr. and Mrs. John Stevens Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Stacy, Mr. and Mrs. Noble Gill. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lowe of Manila. Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Crafton. Mr. and Mrs. Bussell Greenway. Mr. and Mrs. C!iarle.s Kennett. Authur 3. Harrison, Miss Lonnie Johnson, Dallas liownlce, Miss Ophelia Boyd. Clem Whistle Jr.. Mrs. Mavis Seltlcmire. Mrs. John Bishop, SVilliam Parker of Indiana. Miss Eudora. Mrs. John BLshop. Jack Johnson of Caruther.s - vllle, Mo.. Mrs. Helen Sanders and Herman Koehler. Mrs. El kins Entertains C.B.C. Club and Guests Mrs. J. D. Smith and Mrs. D. C. Freeman were guests yesterday with members of the C.BC. Club when they were entertained at the home of Mrs. O. O. Elk ills at 1501 West Ash. The home was decorated witli various potted plants. During the games, 1 high score was won by Mrs. Ross Moore with Mrs. Smith receiving second high and Mrs, Freeman, rooko. The hostess served a salad plate with iced drinks after the games. At The Hosnitals Blylhevllle Hospital Dismissed: Edward Nichols. Steele. Mo. William J. Durham, Fort Worth Tex. Walls Hospital Dismissed: John R. Felty. St. Petersburg, Fla. Catherine Joyce Bcolcs. city. R. D, Hargrove, Luxora. A. G. Little. Clear Lake Rd. Duplicating the white cuffs which come with a drew is e«y to do when they art u crisply tailored u UICM ol white pique. Hy Alicia Hart NKA Staff Writer A good Imitative act which will win all-around applause Is the one of copying the white pique touches (hat come with your navy blue dress or suit. Making yourself a second set of these white accents will give you a quicker change from soiled to immaculately fresh collar and cuffs. Having a set of neckwear In reserve will also prove to be a boon when you haven't time lo launder the original set. To copy tile white touches which jive your dark dress its sparkle, buy :he aanount of fabric needed and .ise the original set as your pattern. Kven the woman who Is a novice with the .eedle will not encounter any difficulty in cutting and sew- ng accessories as simple to make as a crisply tailored pique asrot or collar and a pair of matching cuffs. Church Urged to Use Missionaries to Hold Line Against Communism SAN FRANCISCO, June 4—W)— Christian missionary work can check the spread of communism, says an official of the Baptists' Foreign Mission Society. Dr. John Skoglund, foreign secretary of the society recently returned from a trip abroad ,told the American Daplist Convention this week he had found communism making inroads almost everywhere in Asia and Europe. But he said there was still time to check these advances with Christian missionary work. The time for that, lie added, is "today, not tomorrow." The conviction, which voted to change Its name from Northern to American Baptist Convention in a bid for unification of all this country's Baptists, ended yesterday. and Mrs. Wade also had as their guests",their daughter. Mrs. William R. Diffee and Mr. Diffee of Fayctteville. They left for LUUc Rock to visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Diffee before going to Fayetteville where he will attend summer'school at the University. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Williams and her mother. Mrs. Mary Clnton of San Diego, Calif., and Miss Pal — j*.,~........ itt .0 *., i Reiner, of Philadelphia, Pa., ar- the Methodist Hisnilal and his con- | rived to be the guests of Mr. W1I- ciilion remains the same. j Hams' mother. Mrs. Mary Drake Gene Hargett received his BacheJ-' fand his sister. Mrs. Homer Fisher. or of Arts degree at Odessa. TeiC i They . . . return to Philadelphia. next year. He is the sou of Mrs. Edna Hargett of Memphis and Floyd Hargett of Blylhevllle. Miss Donna wunderllch. who attends the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. will spend her summer vacation here with her parcnt-s. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wunderllch. Mr .and Mrs. U. S. Branson, Jr.. and children. Cathy and U.S. Ill of Dallas. Tex. are the Kiiesl.s of his parents, Mr. and Mr.>. Uzzcll S. Branson Sr. and Mr.=. W. D. Fullerton. They plan to be here for two weeks Mr. and Mrs. W. Marion Williams wen: 10 Fayetteville today to accompany home their son, Bill Williams, .student at the University of Arkansas, who will spent the summer here. Before returning to Blytheville. they will go to Oklahoma City. Cfr.l3.. where they will spend several days as* of Mrs. Williams' brother and wife, Mr. and , Mr». Colonel Nelson. I Dan Wade and Mi.v= Belly' Scholtz. both students at Arkansas, Stale Teachers College. Conway. were Die guests yesterday of his ! parents. Mr. anrj Mrs. w. E. Wade guests. Mrs. Jesse Tl Tvlor"and Mrs^ i '^'.^ l "" e6 to . Co »™» ,'° "^ Joe Tricschmaim at her home, 1120! the Illmmcr sc "lon al college. Mr. West Walrut sanies, In the afternoon bridge „ , high score went to Mrs. W. F. Mc- Danlel with Mrs. Lloyd Whittakcr receivlng second high, Low crystal bo^ls filled with pp.n- sfes. hydrangeas and oliicr spring flowers were arranged Uirouehntit the home. Refreshments were served by the hostess during the aiternoon. receive his deeree In Law [ Tuesday, to visit with friends and relatives for several days. i Mr. and Mrs. Boone A. Hall have as their guests. Mrs. Hall's sister. Mrs. Delia Sawyer of San Antonio. Tex., and ner nephew, Chester D. Sawyer, Mrs. Sawyer and children, Cathy and Chester..Jr.. of Austin. Tex. They will visit here for several days. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Thompson. Sr., and their guests. Mrs. Fred Corkran and sons of Memphis went to Fayetteville yesterday to attend the graduation of Gene Sykcs. who received his law degree, They will return the first part of next week. Mrs, Cornelius Mortimer and Mrs. Rudolph Vrska and daughter. Amelia returned yesterday from a two weeks visit in New Orleans and Lafayette. La. They were accompanied home by their daughter and Farmer Uses Radio To Speed Destruction Of Weeds in His Cotton JONESBORO, Ark.. June 3— <1P) —If the St. Louis Cardinals con- linue their uphill climb, cotton chopping on one Cralghead County farm will be completed early. Bud Huddleston. a farmer near Monette, this week placed a radio atop a henhouse at Jie edge of his cotton field, tuned in the broadcast of tile Cardinal game, then watched the results. ''When the Cards are winning, they chop fast." the farmer observed. He admitted that during the ninth inning Wednesday afternoon when the Redbirds came from behind to win that tiiere were few hoes in action, however. Fulbright Plays Golf In Celebrities' Tourney WASHINGTON, June 4. I/P> Senator Fulbright of Arkansas wa. among the golfers who were to tec off today in the start of the na tlonal celebrities tournament. Marriage Licenses The following couples obtained marriage licenses at the office of Miss Elizabeth Blythe, county cleric yesterday: James P. Weaver and Miss Maybell Casey, both of Blytheville. George C. Trcgoning and Mrs Zora Trcgoning, both of Caruthers- New Orleans, who will remain hcrp Coming Events Social Calendar Mcndi; The Missionary Society of th Womin's Council of the First chrU tiau Church will meet at the honn. of Mrs. A. H. Wetenkamp, »t 2-30 p.m. The Women's Executive Board o the First Presbyterian Church wi! meet at the church at 2:30 p.m. The W. M. U. of the First Baptis Church will meet at the church a ":30 p.m. for a business meeting. The y. w. A.'s of the First Baptis Church will have a meeting at til* Chapel at 9:30 p.m. Mrs. Lola Culbertson will be hostess to the First Baptist, B. W. O number 8 at 7;30 p.m. Business and program meeting oi the W. S. C. a. of the First Methodist Church at 3 p.m. •Miss Mary Hubler wll! he hostess to the Wesleyan Service Guild at 7:30 p.m. ,/"?« W. S. C. S, of the Lake Street Methodist Church will meet at the church at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday Mrs. J. J. Hargett will be hostess to the L. E. w. Club. Mrs. Paul jobe will entertain Club Bight. La Petite Club will meet at the lome of Mrs. Gene Atkinson. Mrs. Clarence Webb will be hostess to the La Nueve Club. The B. W. C. Number 7 of the First Baptist church will meet with Dr. Edna Mies at 7:30 p.m. The American Legion Auxiliary will meet at the Hut at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Family Night at the First Methodist Church with covered dish supper at 6:30 p.m. Thursday The Wpsleyan Service Guild or he Promised Land Methodist 3hurch will meet at the horn-; of Mrs. Herbert Mitchell. Mrs. W. H. Pease will entertain he Thursday Luncheon Club. Mrs. Don Haley will be hostess to he Thursday Night club. Double Four Bridge club will be entertained at the home of Mrs Lynn Brown. The Gosnell W. S. C. S. will meet it the church at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Gene Eilis will be hostess to he Avalon Bunco Club. The Thursday Rook club will ic entertained at the home of Mrs. Harolti Hinson. SATURDAY, JUNE 4, 1949 Mrs. Bollinger Hostess To Demonstration Club Mrs. J. N. Bollinger was hostess o the Shady drove Home Demon- tratlon Club when they met at her lome Thursday afternoon. Eight nembers were present. Mrs. Bill Downer, vice-president onducted the meeting in the ab- ence of the president. The devot- onal was given by Mrs. Maizie Boling followed by the reports from lie various officers and committees. The meeting closed with the read- ng of the club women's collect vith the next meeting to be held une 16, at the home of Mrs. Bill downer. 'Hie hostess was assisted in serv- ng refreshments by Mrs. L. Bollin- ;er. 3/ythexi//e Youth Wins honors in Boys' School David A. Moore, son of Mrs. N. vl. Moore. 301 East Davis, was one of the 93 graduates from Castle Heights Military Academy at Leb- inoii. Tcnn.. early this week. Cadet Moore graduated with the •ank of lieutenant: was a member of the Key Club, quill and Scroll, Cavalier staff. Civil Air Patrol, varsity football team, captain of the swimming team, and was a cheer- eatler and a member of the honor society. He will spend the summer with ils mother. Pat Burks Larry Lutz STUDENT OFFICERS-Pat Bints, son of Mi-, and Mrs, Eddie Burks 130 Dougan. was elected president of the Blytheville High School Student Council for the year. 1949-50. Larry Life, son of Mr. and Mrs Don Lulz, 113 West Kentucky, will be president of the senior class of 1950 Both were members of various clubs In school. By Ruth Millett Working Mom's Child Often Fails to Appreciate Her "Why is it that the children of a working Mother never seem to oe as appreciative of what she does for their welfare by earning a pay check as are the children of a itay-at-home mother whose only ronlribiitton is In tile field of Imnin- naking?" asks a working mother. She adds: "My own daughter is •i and she always seems Impressed with the mothers of her friends, vho keep the cookie jar filled with ionic-made cookies, make their dresses for them. etc. I work be- ause if we lived on my husband's lay check we couldn't afford a louse in a good neighborhood, and ouldn't dress our (laughter as well s Die otl>er children in lip r ro«m it chool. Yet my daughter doesn't eem to realize that I am working or her just as much as the mothers .'ho don't have jobs work for their hlldrcn." A working: mother must face the act that unless she sets her children freight they probably won't feel hat she Is doing as much for them s a stay-at-home mother would. Should Be Father's Job The father should do this, but nost fathers don't. It's easy for a man to praise what a woman docs in . daughter: "You've smart mother to doesn't damage his own ego. A father can say to a certainly got a er to make you such a pretty dress " But he isn't likely to say: "You've certainly got a smart mother to earn you a new pair of shoes." So unless the working mother tells the children herself that she is working for their welfare, that fact may escape them for a good many years. Putting across the idea without letting the father down is of course a ticklish problem. But it can be done. And it should be done. For as more and more married wninen assume part of the burden for earning the family living it becomes increasingly important that the children in such families have respect for the morther's job. if they don't they are bound to feel neglected and to regard their mother as something of a failure. That is not only unfair to the working mother, but had for her children. So the working mother's nay checks must be acknowledged by the family as just RS important to the family's welfare as the stay- at-home mother's more traditional .he home-making line, for that ness. contribution to ! the tamlly: happi- Mrs. Minnie Lee Jones Kemp Offering Summer Classes in PIANO For Beginners—Intermediates—Advanced Pupils Special Rates for Summer Course ENROLL NOW Studio 807 Chickasawba Phone 2994 There are many forests north of the Arctic circle. Extra Large Prints! Latest Kodak Album! only 35c 6 Md 8 exptsare reds Get cl*aTi flon-{*d!fig photo prints >n tKc M" Ko^*i Album, *4 H»s thnfty price. 5*7 enlarge- m«TT, 20c; ft* 10, 40c. Send ffcm Ritz Pictures Showing At Roxy Matinee Excepl On Saturday & Sunday I'nltl further notkr, the pictures the Kill Theater wi || hc , hown Hie afirmrmn at the Roxy. nnon to permit in („ | n , u] | i,, c n air-romlllion- :,„ imprnvrmcnl will nMk( , Tm , r * a rca! pl ta ,ure. The the Rltz f,, r (he Dine In the Cool Comfort of the DeltaCafe SUNDAY DINNER 75 C Jellied Consomme Jladnlcne Greek Salad Choice of One Meal Chicken & Dumplings Rolled Roast Veal vith Natural Gravy Virginia Baked Ham with Raisin Sauce Choice of Two Vegetables -Mashed Creamed Potatoes Garden-Fresh Green Beans Creamed Cauliflower Baked Squash with Small Whole Onions " Pineapple Pudding Hot Rolls Butter FRED'S SUPPER CLUB DINING and DANCING SOUTH OSCEOLA Wesleyan Service Guild Meets with Mrs. Walker The Weslcs'au Service Guild of the Promised Land Methodist Church met Thursday at the home,, of Mrs. Hazel Walker with It mcni- | hers and two visitors. Mrs. Luclanji Chillies and Mr?. Louise Ball, prcs-jj cut. j! The program «-as under the d!r-'<: ectlon of Mrs. J. M. Vcnslcy, who:: WHS assisted by Mrs. Thomas Moore, :i Mrs, Ifussi'll Gaines, Mrs. Calvin : Hill and Mrs. Herbert Mitchell, ' The meeting closed with the re-; pcatlng of the Lord's prayer, after which refreshments were served by the hostess. ^ Meeting is Postponed For Handicraft Club The handicraft club has poslpon-. ed its meeting Monday, June 6 and will meet June 20 at the Court i House in the County Agents' office | at 7:30 p.m.. It v:as announced today; by Mrs. Omar Stevens, chairman. ' Read Courier News Want Ads. • PIANO TUNING and REPAIR the unl> I'KUl'EL"! TUN'IN'ti by STIIOJIOCDNN between Memiiliis and St. Louis WHY 1'AKU I.KSS THAN THE BEST'.' RADIO REPAIR on all niDileEs and makes— dune b> a LICK.VSKl) reiiair expert—EVKIIY JOB UUAK- ANTEEII WHY PAY MOKE KOK LESS? Music insirumeifls and Supplies Anything from a pick to a Dass violin Sheet music rec- Drds—just even-tiling. 3RQOKS Music Store 107 E. 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