The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 8, 1949 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 8, 1949
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PAQB FOOK Mew* A»«lia BaliK Society Editor Phone 4461 Miss Richardson Engaged To Beonda L. Goulden LOXORA, Ark., June *—Of wide social inlere*l in Northeast Arkansas U the .announcement here thl* w**k bjr Mr. and Mrt, Murray I*. Hlchardion of the engagement of their daughter, Miss Patsy Anne Richardson to Beonda L, Goulden. •on of Mr. and Mrt. W. E. Goulden, Of Rector, Ark, The wedding, which will take place Sunday, June 19. at four p.m., will be held at the First Baptist Church in Luxora, Mls< Rlehardaon will be given In marriage by her father. Her sister. Miss Eloise Richardson, will be maid-of-honor. Mrs, John E. Harrison of Blytheville will be mat ion of honor, and Miss Jean Owen, of Luxora, will be bridesmaid. Mr. Goulden will be served by Pat Patrick of Jonesboro, as best man. John E. Harrison of Blythe- rille. and C. V. Lyons, Jr.. of Osceola. will be usher groomsmen. Mr. and Mrs. Richardson will honor the couple with a reception at their home immediately follow- In? the marriage ceremony. Miss Richardson, a graduate of Luxora Hlfh School, where she was foqtball queen her senior year, attended Arkansas State" Collese. While there she served as president of the pledges of Alpha Gamma Delta sorority. Mr. Goulden Is a graduate of Rector High School, and attended Draughon's Business College, In Memphis. He served twenty three month* with the Merchant Marines during World War II. and is now associated with the Missco Implement Co. in Osceola. • » • Business Meeting Held By Alpha Alpha Chapter The Alpha Alpha tJhapler of Beta Sigman Phi Sorority met last night In their clubrcom for their regular business meeting. There were 12 members present. Mrs. Prances Gammlll. president, presided during the business session, at which time reports were heard from varloiu officers and commlt- tee*,_MIss Vera McKnight and Mrs. Ray~Whlttlngton nsre appointed chairmen for the play, "Light Eternal" which will be presented In Blytheville In the near future and will be sponsored by. the Sorority. Mrs. Fred steadman was in charge of serving refreshment!. • • • Mrs. Jobe Entertains Club Eight and Guest Mrs. Psul Jobe was hostess yesterday when she entertained Club Eight members and one guest, Mrs. H. W--Wyll* at. her home, 1413 we*t Main. The home was decorated with arrangements of spring flowers. Mrs. Onarles C. Larigston was high aeore winner In the afternoon bridge games with Mrs. Jobe receiving second high. A dessert course was served by tha hostess during the afternoon. • • • La Petite Club, Guests Meet with Mrs. Atkinson La Petit* Club members and guests were entertained yesterday at the home of Mn. Gean AtVJn- son, 918 West Chickasawba. Quests included Mrs. Harry Kirby. Mrs. E. M. Regenold, Mrs. Bob Logan, Mrs. Louis Cherry, Mrs. Bob McKinnon of Manila and Mrs Bill Pollard. Crystal vases filled with mixed flowers in pastel shades were nscd throughout the home. In the afternoon games, Mrs. Kirby received high score and Mrs. Regenold second high for the guests with Mrs, Eric Whitley receiving high and Mrs. J. R. Colem»n second high for the members. Bridgo was won by Mrs. Bob Logan. The hostess served refreshments of a salad plate during the afternoon. Two Couples Are Wed In Church Ceremony In a double wedding ceremony solemnized May 2» at the First Bap tlst Church In Tuckerman, Ark Mis* Marjaret Yerby of Blrmlng ham, Ala., became the bride o Therrnon Tinker of Blytheville an< Mis* Evelyn Joyce Rhoad* of Blytheville became the bride of Ralph Weldon Deaver of Jonesboro aoi Blytheville. The Rev. Ray Ry«n. p*»tor, officiated at the double ring ceremony Continuous Shows Box Office ()pens= 1 :<15 Show Starts 2:11(1 LISTEN TO KLCN > *•"» 1«:45 p.ra 4 : :(u p. m Utst Time Ma and Pa Kettle Kith Marjoric M.iin and Percy Kllbr<rie Selected Shon Subject Thursday & Friday KMMSMORGNI Miss Yerby chose a pink taffeta afternoon frock with white accessories and pinned a corsage of whit* carnations at her shoulder. Miss Rhoads wore an origin* while linen dress with white accessories. Her shoulder corsage was ol white carnations. Following the ceremony, the couples left on a wedding 'trip before returning to Blytheville to make their homes. Both Mr. Tinker and Mr. Dcavcrs arc employee) with tlie Universal C. I .T. Credit Corporation in Blytheville. Among thoso who attended the wedding included, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Deaver of Jonesboro. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Johnson of pocahon- tas and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Rhoads. Mrs. Hargett Hostess To LEAV. Club, Guest Mrs. Bill Hodge was guest last night at the home of Mrs. J. j. Hargett when she entertained the L. E. W. Club. Mrs. AlVin Harris was bunco winner In the evening games, with high score being won by Mrs. Howard Besharse and low score by Mrs. Roland Wnrringlon. Arranged in the entertaining rooms of the home were mixed flowers in assorted colors. Refreshments of ice cream and cake were served by the hostess. Officers Are Installed For Methodist W.S.C.S. The installation ceremony for officers of the Women's Society of Christian Service of the First Methodist Church was held Monday afternoon at the combined program and business meeting. Mrs. W. L. Hornfr. new president, presided at the meeting and reported that the goal of S3500 for the building fund had been reached by the W.S.C.S. Mrs. W. A. Hollingsworth was In charge of the program and Mrs. Ray Price gave the devotional. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs Hollingsworth, Mrs. H. C. Haley, Mrs. Price. Mrs. E. J. Cure. Mrs. V. G. Holland, Mrs. C. G. Redman Mrs. F. D. Smith. Mrs. %n White. Mrs. W. A. Stlckmon, Mrs. Carleton Smith, Jr.. Mrs. Sallie Hubler and Mrs. Gus Eberdt. Bits of News Service Guild Meets with Miss Hubler Miss Mary Hubler was hostess Monday night to the Wesleyan Service Guild of the first Methodist Church when they met at her home. Mrs. Sallle Hubler and Nfrs: Frances Gammlll were guests. During the meeting the following officers were installed: Mrs. Pred Steadman, president, Mrs. Elbert Johnson, vice-president, Miss Qolda Rinks, secretary, Miss Eutopla Whit, wirth, promotional secretary, and Mrs. Jack Bishop, treasurer. The following chairmen were appointed: Miss Mary Huhler. spiritual life. Mrs. M, S. Edwards, missionary education, Mrs. Vance Henderson, supply • work. Mrs. Jerry Heam. Christian social relations and Miss Mamie Adams, leisure time activities. Refreshments were served by the hostess during the social hour. BON OfHce Opens 6:45 Show Starts ):00 <>|>cm Sunday l:Utl. Slarli 1:15 Conlinuuu* ShuKs Sal i Sun Barsain Niehl Kverj Nisbl Except Saturday No passes honored nn Sanda) ar Roxj Theatre Tarasawrat New* * Selected Short.- l.asl I'ime Today (DOUBLE FEATURE) Bells of San Fernando Cross Fire nilh Robert Ynunc and Rnhcrl Mllchum Thurs'tay * Friday Mr. and Mrs, Cecil Graves and daughters. Belly Ann ad Barbara are visiting wilh friends and relatives In Fordyce, Cnmden mid Helena. They will be gone thU week. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Rhodes and sons. L»rry and Jsmes Olonn of Lexinelon. Tenn.. arrived in Blytheville loday to visit their daughter and sister. Mrs. G. O. Hodqe.i and Mr. Hortaes at 1707 West Holly. They will return to (heir home tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pryor and daughter, Melba will leave tomorrow for a three weeks vacation to be spent in Houston and other points of interest In Texas. Mr. ami Mrs. Wagner Adams and daughter Linda left for Detroit. Mich. where they will he the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hummon. Before retaining home they will visit with the Rev. and Mrs John Adams In Royal Oak. Mich. They plan to be °nne a week or ten days. Stanley Zellner left Monday for Memphis where he will spent a week there ns guests of his mint and uncle. Mr. and Mr.<= ffrnel Pn- Irovsky. His mother. Mrs. Mnrris Zellner, is spending today in Mem- hle as their auest. Mrs. Russell Phillips went to SfcmphLs yesterday to meet her sister Mrs. pattv Calhoun Knlpht of Nashville. Tenn. Mrs. Knight will be her guest In Blytheville for a week Mrs F J. Dicus and son, Joe re- :urned to their home in Poplar Bluff. Mo. .yesterday after having spent a week here as e\iests of Mr. and Mrs Mark Stewart. Mrs. James Roy and son. Jimmy eft today for Lono!:e where they will be (he of her parents. Judge and Mrs. Thomas C. Trim- lie. They will be Ininrd there later 'n the week by Mr. Roy. Mr. and vlrs. Roy will attend a dinner at he home of Governor and Mrs. Sidney McMath honoring the presidential party and the Arkansas delegations in Ijtlle Rock They will ?Lso be seated on the speakers nlat- lorm Saturday at the War Memorial Stadium there, durinc which time President Harry S. Truman. will deliver one of his major addresses. Mrs. R. P. Kirshner and son, Bobby will leave Monday for their annual summer vacation in Michigan on Assembly Lake near Lud- Inrton They will be Joined there by Mrs. Kirshner's father, Dr Prank D. Smith. . W. p. McDanlel arrived home ihls morning from Baltimore. Md., where he has been a patient for levernl weeks at John Hopkins Hospital there and also underwent a major operation. His condition Is Improved and he Is now at his home at 1030 West Ash. Miss Mary Hubler left this morn- BLYTHEVtLLI (ARK.) COURIER KEWS Coming Events Social CaUHdor Wtdnc*d* ; Family Ni|ht at the Pint Mttho- dlst Church with covered dUb •upper at «:» pm. ThurWaj The Mdellls Ol*« of the First Baptist C»urch will meet at th« horn* of Mrs. Paul Byrum at 1 p.m. for pot luck supper, Mr*. Al- vln Hardy and Mrs. J. E. McPaJl Kill be co-hostes«*. The Elliott Fletcher Chapter of the u.D.o. will meet at the hom« of Mrs. J. D. Barludale for 12:30 luncheon. Tht We*ley»n Servic* Oulld ot the Promised Land MethodlM Church will meet at the horn* at Mrs. Herbert Mitchell. Mr*. W. H. Pe**c will ent«rtaJi> the Thursday Luncheo; Club. Mrs. Don Haley will be ho*te** to the Thursday Nl«ht Club. Double Four Bridge Club will to* entertained at the home of Mrs Lynn Brown. The Oosnell W. S. 0. B. will meet at the church at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Oene Ellis will be ho*tes* U> the Avalon Bunco Club. The Thursciai Rook Club will je entertained at the home of Mrt. Harold Hinson. Friday The C B. C. Club will be enter- .alned at the home of Mrs. J. D. Smith. WEDNESDAY, JUNE f, 1949 Regular Meeting Is Held By Yarbro Wesleyan Guild Mrs. Doris Robinson was hos- ess to the Yarbro Wesleyan Ser•ice Guild when they met at her lome Monday night for their repi- ar meeting. There were 13 members and two visitors present. Mrs. Robinson was In charge of he program nnd was assisted by ilrs. Glenn Bunch and Miss Net* 3i»nch. A social hour was held following he proeram and the hostess served •efreshment-s. Gir/i State Officer* fafct Ov«r at Capitol LTTTLf MOCK, Junt I. (*)—A temporary set of state officials took ov.r it tlw eapitol today, and a special legislature w«nt Into tw- ilon for * tew houn. The official* and lefialatora wen m«mber* of Arkans** Olrts Sut* th* model •overnment for teen-a««d tlrl* which the American UftaB Auxiliary apocuor* »t nearby camp Robltuon. Th« drl* stau governor WM Julia Caidwell of »e*rcy, a number of the Nationally Party, who defeated her PederalUt opponent, Franc** Jone* of Newport, hi an election ve*- terday. Other successful candidate!' Jackie Bell, Port Smith, lleuUn«uit governor; Eunice Kldd, n Dorado •ecretary of itate; no Martin, roti Smith, treasurer; Charlene Orlffln, Hughe*, auditor; Janice DUday Stutt«*rt, attorney general; Sally Tisdale, Stuttgart, itate land com- mlMloner; Anne Kaiten, Fort Smith chief Justice; and Eater Ann Turner, Conway, Pat Day, port 8mlth, Dalores oowan. Marlanna, Mary Ann D«vii, North LJttle Rock, Jane Mer- rlweather, Parafould, and Virginia Whalcn, Magnolia, a&sociate Ju»- lices. Legion Auxiliary Holds Monthly Bus/ness Seision Tilt American Legion Auxiliary met last night at the Legion Hut Tor their monthly business session Mrs. Bryant P. Stewart, president presided over the meeting. Mrs. James Nlersthelmer was appointed to assist In the drt-e for playground funds. The Auxiliary contributed 125 to the project. They also voted to contribute »50 to the school, which will be applied on equipment for the film projector. One needy family was reported and referred to Mrs. J. s. Godwin, rehabilitation chairman, for investigation. The meeting was closed by the president. ng for Memphis where she will attend Memphis State for a two months course. She Is first grade eacher nt Suctbury School. Lloyd Wise left last night for ndianapolis, Ind.. to attend a meet- ng of (he American United Life nsurance Company. Miss Jo Ann Shanks arrived home o spend a few days with her par- nts. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shanks he came especially to attend the Beauty Pageant in which she will ie a guest. She was winner of the Miss Blytheville" contest last year nrl Is now in nurse's training at he Methodist Hospital In Memphis. Miss Betty Jean Lowe or Laurelle. Miss., arrived last night to be with her sister-in-law. Mrs. Idell Lowe. who underwent a major operation at Walls Hopltal yesterday. Her onriitlon is .satisfactory. Garland Byrd arrived from San Antonio. Tex., to be the guest ot his sister. Mrs. earn Pruilt. his nephew, Roy Prultt, Mrs. Prtiitt and family and his niece. Mrs. Otis Cole. Mr. Cole and family. He will be here for a week or ten days. Mr. and Mrs. John Stanley Gregley are the parents of i son born tale yesterday afternoon at Blythe- vilie Hospital. He has been named John Stanley Gjesley, Jr. Mrs. Oreslcy is the former Miss Jane Landstreet of Memphis. Lake Street W.S.C.S. Holds Regular Meeting The Women's Society of Christian Service of the Lake street Methodist Church held their regular meeting Monday afternoon at the church. Mrs. Theron McKisson gave the devotional and chose as her topic "Morning Devotional." The scripture was taker from the book of Proverbs, after which Mrs J Harroll read a poem entitled, "The Sec"£' ,u, Chapt " s fr °™ 'he book. Walking with God" were discussed followed by , short business session, presided over by the new president. Mrs. Billy King. Arrangements were made for four members to help with the well child clinic Mrs. King dismissed the group with prayer. musinott Mooting It Hold faptitt W.M.U. The Women'* VUtlonary Onion of the pint B*pUit Church nut Monday afternoon at th» church for their regular butine** meeting. Mr*, Lloyd fttlckmon praaided at th« meeting in the absence of the prwldent, Mr*, W. Marlon William*. The meeting opened with the repenting of the watchword and the alnring of the hymn for the year, followed by prayer by Mr, Theodora Logan, Report* were filed in regular form, after which a program wat pre«nt«d by the Junior Olrl* Auxiliary under the direction of Mr». Albert Cnderlln. Prayer* were off*r*d by afra. B. 0. Brown, Mn. Kbb Caraon and cloa- Int prayer by Mr*. H. H Brook*. Annio Woinborg Chapter Moots with Mrt. Con/tor The meeting of the Annie Weln- ber» Crmpter of B'Nal Brlth No' 67« wa< held !a«t night at the home of Mn. j. B. Coulter with Mrs. Sam Joseph aa co-hoatea*. There were 17 memberi and two guest*, Mrs. Rose Sartar and Mrs Herman Levitch of Memphis present. Mrs. j. S. Evensky of Joiner was welcomed as • new member. During 'he business session presided over by Mrs. coulter, preni- dent, it wi.s decided that the group will meet the last Thursday of each month throughout the summer months. Other business was discussed during the meeting. Refreshments were served by the Hostess. At Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. W. R. Jarrett, Hornersville, Mo. Larry Lee Jennings, Barfield Rd O. W. Proctor, Ht. 1. Walla Hospital Dismissed: Joe McGlaughlin, Rt. 1, city. Miss Susie Williamson, Ht. 3, city. Heads Garden Clubs FORT SMITH, Ark.. June S-«P) —Mrs. Joe Hardin of Grady. Ark. s new president of the Arkansas Jury Unable to Agno On Wife Slayer's Guilt LITTLE ROCK, June I. (*)_A Pulaskl County Circuit Court Jury tryliif Wll*on E. Hunt, for tlw fatal •hooting of hla estranged wife wai discharged at 3:05 am. today after reporting it was hopelessly dead- The Jury began deliberating at Hunt, a 40-year-old unemployed railway mail clerk was accused of killing hi* wife, Mrs. Mildred Hunt «, and her male companion, Edward J. Fugatc, 33, near her home the night of May 14. Hunt was being tried on a formal charge of first degree murder for the shooting of his wife. Prosecutor Edwin Dunaway made no decitlon Immediately on futur. action in the case. While on the witness stand late last night, Hunt testified he shot £ i*? ln Fuf'te's automobile in self defense. He said he fired several .45 caliber pistol slugs Into the <'*r after Fugate attempted to run him down with the auto. Four-Way Loss BRUSSELLS _«>,_ This Belgian city with iu thousands of autos bicycle* and t/ucks sees plenty of accident* these days. A recent street Incident, however, had even the hardened police force shaking their heads sadly. This time It was four auto fighting for "lebensraum" in Waterloo Boulevard. The restult was that all' four ended up ready for the scrap heap and one driver retired from the fray with minor bruises. Federation of Garden Clubs. She was elected here yesterday to succeed Mrs. H. L. Hickey of Jonesboro. District vice presidents Include Mrs. John Thomas of Jonesboro and Mrs. Charles Wylle of Hope. Dine & Dance at FRED'S SUPPER CLUB In South Osceola O. O. St. CUIr Fred HenArielu YOU CAN STILL OWN hand painted «linn«rwar« It-NECE STARTER SET FOR FOUR 12" Regularly $16, if pieces arc purchased separately IDEAL gift dinner-ware for the couple starting housekeeping. It's as modern n you wiah, yet perfectly »t home with provincial piece*. As time goes on, the bride may add lo her starter set from open stock. And ihere are California Ivy va«*. centerpiece howls and many dramatic art- ware piece* lo choose from. ^ NO CHARGE FOR CREDIT! D H EI FI S Mttl llrtif I rum ii inmnt, stTmiVjuTu* ti Mrs. Connoll It Hottott To Calvary Baptist Circlos The Business Women'* Circle* three and lour of the Calvary Bap. list Church met l**t night at th* home of Mrs, Homer Connell for their business meeting and mission study. There were 12 members and one new member, Sirs. Howard Csldwell attending. Mrs. Lee Powell, presided ov*r the meeting which opened with prayer by Mrs. LeUnd Hodge. Mr». Marie Matter taught a chapter from the mission study book, "Handct**jM of Americans." D&nil&aal prafBr* was offered by Mrs, Raymond Bef- knap. Refreshments were served by tU* hostess during the social hour. A» ran Uoubtod by _____ m*l* function*! monthly dtoturfr- *ne*t? DOM tbl* m*k* rov mtfm from ptin, fwl BO IMTWOIU, nek. troubled UJa» »»r. « HYOIA L Ritz Pictures Showing At Roxy Matinc* Except On '' ; Saturday & Sunday Until further notice, tht plctua at (he RUz Theater will be shown in the afternoon at the K»*y. The Rltz la closed In the afternoon to permit us lo Install the new refrigeration air conditioning system ... an Improvement that will make your summer movie-joint *• real pleasure. Th« box office at the Rita for th» present will open at «:3I p.m. THE CARPET BY GULISTAN We are proud to ibow i parade of fashion-wise carpet*, tuned to the time*, «yled for your home. The** creations from the GulisUn Carpet looms feature iculptured weaves, tooe-on-tones, high-style Axmimten - carpets to suit ev«ry style of decoration in town. Of course, Renaissance, "America's most-wanted carpet," glowing, one-color carpet with the famou* sculptured effect. NOW SPECIALLY PRICED THIS WEEK TEN PERCENT DISCOUNT lit emii*etl«n with »<r fsrmil openinf, w« an *f- lertns; ill «f . Br |, Blme farnlshlnfs, (acl.din, th€ )n . ewavaraM* OilltUn carpeU, at thi, sabjlanti»l dla- e«»nt. So, whether yra'rx nnsiderlnr the ymrchaae •f wallpaper, drapery «• slip „*„ r ,, Tlt> nsifm . •nilt fatrnilan, »r any »ther item nf d*cor . . . jo« will fnH\ »7 eamlnt hi awn. TEN PER CENT DISCOUNT PLAN TO VISIT THE HOUSE OF CHARM SOON HOUSE of CHARM 2021 Wtst Main Str«*t DEAL AND WHISENHUNT Ttltphon* 6190

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