The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 27, 1949 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 27, 1949
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- T- *AOB FOUR Phone 4461 Mis* Woodard's Betrothal Made Knowi Today • Mr. and Mrs. Tom Woodward •r« today, announcing the engage- ^men.t-and approaching marriage of their 'daughter, Miss Julia Mae Woodnard to Warner S. White, sort of Mr. »nd Mrs. D. H. While of Luxora. Mies Woodward Is a graduate of Cooler High School and is now employed nt lilce-Stlx factory. Mr. White attended Raiding College, S«arcy wheie he was affiliated with Delta Iota social club. Plans for the October wedding will be announced later. * 4 * Betty Ann Moxley Feted On Seventh Birthday The Walt Disney film, "Melody .Time" provided the entertainment for the 80 guesls of Betty Ann Moxley, daughter of Mr. and 'Vs. >W. I,. Moxley, who gathered yesterday afternoon at the Mox Tli^a- tre to observe Belly Ann's seicnth ; birth day. The 'guests, members of the second-, grade of Central School and Betty Ami's Sunday School Class spent the afternoon watching the film and presenting gifts to the hbnoree. ' Handsome favors of liny games and favors were presenlcd eacli child. ..'At the''conclusion of the afternoon's, activities ice .cream and i individual cakes topped with pink rosebuds were served. Mrs. Moxley was assisted In serving by Mrs. E. L. Boggs and Mrs. R. L. Dedman. * • * Pastor's Study Is Scene Of McDade-Glisson Vows , Miss Loreim MOade, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dewitt 'McDade. .became the bride of Carroll Franklin Glisson, son of Mrs. Effic Gillson of Blylhevj'IIe, and Ray Glisson ;of Manila in a single ring ceremony performed by the Rev..P. H. ;Jernlgan in the pastor's study of Calvary Baptist Churcl September 15. Members of the immediate families attended the 1:30 p.m. service. Miss Nancy SbH'ley, wlio chose for the occasion a navy blile frock VIth navy accessories complemented with a corsage of white carnations, lias the Maid of Honor and only •tteridant. The bride selected a two piece euit of ice blue satin fashioned along dress maker. lines' with a tightly fitted bodice closed to the Tvalst 'with self-covered . buttons .with a- very-full-'skirt, brown accessories completed the. costume. She pinned, a,corsage of pink and While --carnations at her shoulder. Mrs. a McDade selected a nnvy crepe .with navy accessories, and a corsagt;" 'of 'whlte'cimatlons, Mrs Glisson RBS attired In a black- and white suit with black accessories Hilh whit* gardenias pinned at her shoulder. Leon Jones served Mr Clisson Ra best man'. Mrs Ghsson attended Blytheville high school Mr Glisson attended Manila High S-hool Tliej are now at home In Blytheville Out of town guests Included J C Sells, ..uncle of the groom 5f Jack-' son Term and Mr and Mis Mar tin '\\hitworth of Richmond Caltf Mrs. 'Wilmington Hostess To G. E. 0. Club, Guest ' Mrs. Ray Whittlngton was hostess to members of the G.EO. Club and one guest, Mrs. w: H. O'Kecfc last night at her home. In the games Mrs. 1 J. C. Ellis won high and Miss Jeltye Clalr TO H'KB—Miss Julia Mnc wood- ard will become the bride of Warner S. White of Luxora in an October ceremony. .- Dell W. S. C. S. Meets In John Stevens Home Twenty-nine members, two 'new members, Mrs, Bob Henderson and Miss Patsy Bit linger and one giiesl. Miss Ruby Eiirhnrt. met last night at the home of Mrs. John Stevens Sr., /or the regular meeting of the Dell W. S. C. S. of the Methodist Church. Mrs. John Stevens, Jr., and Mrs. Woodrow Wilf were co-hostesses for liic affair. , - . Mrs. Stevens, Sr., offered the devotional which was followed by the business meet ing. ' November 10 was the date set for 'he annual Harvest Day Dinner with plans also being made lor Family Night of the' Church to be held October 19 at the high school cafeteria, t. Mrs. Curtis Duncan, chairman of lie committee appointed to select furnishings for the new church, made a report. The group agreed to place a stained glass window in the new sanctuary In memory of L. M. Moody. .Sr At the close of the business mect- ng.Mrs. E. H. Hall conducted study — •ure. Mrs. Stevens ?roup with prayer after 'which the hostess served cherry pie and coffee. Bits of News on "Women In the Sei ij>- Jr.. dismissed the first Meeting Scheduled For Newly Formed Club The Garden Club, a newly formed department of the Blytheville Woman's Club, will hold its initial meeting at 2:SO tomorrow at the Woman's. Club. Mrs. Jim Crafton, chairman, announced today. J. Louis Cherry will be the guesc ipeaker, and he Is scheduled to dts- euss fall plantings. Mrs.. Kendall Berry will be the losless. tomorrow, and 1 Mrs. Erwin Jones has been selected program h airman for the new organization. -Mrs. Crafton said that all those interested in the fall plantings discussion were being invited to attend. Social Compliments Sunday School Group Members of the graduating group of the Junior Girls Sunday School class were complimented with a social Saturday niternoon in the Huffman, hridgo. Fall floral arrangements decorated the home. At the conclusion of the panics Mrs. A. G. Shibley, Miss Josephine Shiblcy and Mrs. Victoria Saltba spent yesterday in Memphis. Mrs. W. L. Wages of Memphis Is visiting here ti guest of. Mr.-and Mrs. H. B. Wright. Slie was accompanied by Mrs. Engie Everett and Miss Lbuella Everett who have returned to their .home, Miss Sletla Cain and Mis. Ivan Van Patten spent Monday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lane have niored to their jiew home which has just been completed on Highway 61 South. Mr. and Mrs, John Sdettles of Conawy and Henry Wilson of Nashville have returned to their homes after spending several days here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wallace and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dill have returned to their home in .Newport after spending, several days here as guests of their son. Wayne bill. Mrs. Dill and daughter, John Anna. Condition of Don Cook, son of Mr. Hnd Mrs. Charles Cook who un- denVenl a" tousilcclomy yesterday at Walls Hospital is satisfactory. Mrs Ojlcsby Thomas of Little Rock and her daughter, Mrs. Roy Turner jr., of Coy, have arrived to i)e with Mrs. Thomas's sister, Mrs. W. W. Hawkins who was injured In an accident Saturday night. Condition of Mrs. Hawkins Is unchanged, and she is still nnable to have visi- srs. Mrs. Cltarlcs Ferguson and Mr. ami Mrs. J. L,. Brewer of Smlthland. Kentucky will arrive tomorrow to spend several days as gncsts of Dr. ind Mrs. W. P. Brewer. Mrs. Ferguson and Mr. Brewer are sister •uid brother of Dr. Brewer. Mr. and Mrs. James E. Thompson •\nd son, Ronnie and E. C. Thomp;on arc in Memphis today where they will attend the Mid-South Pair. The Rev. Glen Sanford of Conway has returned to his home alter visiting several days with the Rev. and Mrs. Roy T. Bagley and iamily. Mrs. W. D. Chamblin, Sr., of Sar- dls, Miss., is visiting here as guests of her sons, L. D. Chamblin and W. D. Chamblin, Jr., and families for several weeks. The Rev. and Mrs. Hoy I. Bagley and Sara Bagley spent Monday in Lltlle Rock where they altended a church conference. Miss Tomniye Wells, who is a student at Southern Baptist College, Walnut Ridge, and Miss Bonnie Lynn Medley of Memphis. were week-end guests of their mother and aunt, Mrs. Enola Wright. Condition of Mrs. Cecil Shane who is confined to her home with a severe'cold is sallsfactory. :'"CQiidilion of T. P. Wright, HI, wtaj;' r "was d!smL c sed this -morning from Blytheville Hospital where he had been =. patient for several days is much Improved. Charles Henderson, son of Mr. and Mrs.. Doyle Henderson left Sunday for Vanderbilt University, Nashville to continue his studies. Condition of Mrs. Roy i: Bagley who Is confined to her home with a cold Is satisfactory. Mr: and Mrs. Harold Cookston of Jane Shelton, Society Editor '(ARK.) 1 COURIER NEWS Coming Events Social Calendar ,'e^Clalr^ the hostess served a desert course. Hoyd. basement of the Calvary Baptist Church' following a brief business session. In the btisincss meeting the following officers were elected: president, Roy Lynn Via: vice-president. Gall Crawford; secretary, Janet Sue DANGE Wednesday, Sept. 28 BOBBY CULLISON & His Orchestra $1.50 per Couple Dancing Begins at 9:00 FLY INN Af the Arrbase Th« Friendship oiiiss of the First Baptist chinch will meet at 1:30 p.m. lit 'lh« home of Mrs. Forrest Mor;e, 2420 W. Rose, Wednesday Garden club meels »t 2:30 p.m. at the Woman's Club. Delphian Society meels at Hole] Noble at 10 a.m. Lange P. T. A. meets at 3 p.m. «l Calvary Baptist Church Nazarcne' Foreign Missionary Society meels at church at 2:30 nm Thursrfaj- Phelwan Class of First Baptist Church niecls for Potluck supper at home of Mrs. Join, Tyrone on Highway 61 iioitli at 7:30 p.m. Mrs, George Stilwell hostess to Thursday Night Club at -30 p.m. Mrs, Dale Horn hostess to Thursday nook Club. Avakm Bunco Club meets with Mrs. W. J. Clippies. 'Mr*. J, o. Hucy entertains Blytlicville Rook Club Gosncll W. S. C. S..of the Methodist Church niecls at 2:30 p.m. • • • Civic Calendar Wednesday Kiwanls Club, Hotel Noble 12 '10 P.m. Lange p.T.A. Exccutu-e Board meeting 2:30 p.m. followed by PTA nieetlner 3 p.m. at Calvary Baptist, Tlun-srinj Rolary club Hotel Noble 12-10 pin. Football; Paps vs. Joncsboro, Ihere. At The Hospitals m.itlicville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs." Kenneth Walters city Ada Bell Hun.lcr, city T. p. Wright in. city Robert c. Bruce. City Mrs. Burl Henry, steele : Walls Hospital Dismissed: . .Mi'i. J. A. Brcwster, Stccle Baby Sharon Smith. Holland Bobbie German. Haytl Mrs. Effie Hickman, Jr., Tvler Texas Juaiilla Williams, city Bobby Barker, Manila W.D. Smith, Stcele Baby Nell Lester, city Baby Sharon Hughes, Cily Miss Norman Hostess To Calvary Y. W. A. Miss Jean Norman was hostess to members of (lie Calvary Baptist I'.W.A. last night at her'home for a business meeting. Eleven members, and three guests. Mis* Joan Methiney, Mrs. W. A. Norman and Mrs. Pauline Fink were present.; M| ss Alice Priest opened the Memphis have returned to their homes after spending several d:iys here as guests of Mi-, and Mrs T. M: Hooker. Miss Mary Sue Meadow of St. Uiuls.^lSj'-vtlting'.'h'ere as guest of Mr. and" Mrs. Carl C. Barnby. LONG LIVE THE NEW by International Starting In laKJ, tnJvrint Uttlingiffvifl tit* Amtr. Kir iilvtrwoll •ill 'd hy (ttcriftf irhif hn\e il no-rV/ to you on ntir •ay pay-mint plan. com i It's Easy to Buy your Sterling on our Club Plan, DHEIFl S l Urcifm .. 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KEA SUfl WrlUr ; 'Intuition' Can Give Wives Misery as Well as Joy It looks as though »•« women m»y have over-estimated the advtnti of "Intuition." According lo a sludy made by Dr. Horace Gray, of the Stanford University School of Medicine, Intuition may actually be a handicap in slaying married. . Divorced people, Dr. Gray his observed, are more often Intuitive than are the married or-lhe widowed. Come to think of It a womnn often does employ her Intuition to the end result of making herself unhappy. It's IntulUon more often than n nosey neighbor thai lells her her husband Is Interested In another woman. It's Intuition that all too often makes her get fin unsatisfactory answer when she starts putting two and two together, like observing thst her mate used to take her on business trips but hasn't asked her to go along lately. Therefore—says her Intuition—h° must be finding other feminine companionship while he's away'from home. FOSSJBIMTIKS UNLIMITED' It's Intuition that makes her think her husband doesn't love her as much «B he used to because he Is forgetful about klssin* her goodby In the morning. Her Intuition m»y be correct or as wrong as the pre-election polls during the last presidential campaign But If she uses It to get an unsatisfactory answer, then a woman Is going to be unhappy and she may jump to conclusions so fast she. lands herself In court asking for a quick divorce. But Intuition could help to make a marriage happier, If women work- id ft overtime to make themselves happier Instead of to. make themselves miserable, If ttiey put two and two t.gcther L? J r to fllld out wllat '* w™»K w th them as wives Instead of . ia M-? Wl ' Cne: wlth thelr husbands, tuition would be their friend. But for some strange reason when a woman says: "r had a hunch"— her Intuition Is usually telling her something she Isn't going to like And chances are It is something about her husband, not about herself. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 194g Pageant Is Presented At Council Meeting The Woinons Council of Lho ,.,• Christian- Church met yeslehiav afternoon at 2:30 p.m. at the Iioind of Mrs. A. R. Wctenkanip tvllh Mr, Sanford Shelton co-hostess to he 23 members attending. , Mrs. R. L; Ocaam'a gave the devotional, "God Who Is Over All Blessed Forever" whts was taken from Luke JO-SI. Mrs." D ' nan also directed th. program for the afternoon • which *"f, * Pageant, "The World Cal House." written by Hazel Mr, ™ . na !'" 1(r the inl " e " knln Beta Sigma Phi Rush Plans Made Under Direction of Miss Lower re *p,»ouniate^ 100 ^ests aie expected to attend the Beta Sigma Phi Rush Reception" to be given by Ihe Alpha Alpha aiid-Alpha Delta Chapters in Blytheville at Hotel Noble, Thursday at 8 p.m. Plans for the reccplion aie near completion, with a rainbow vision scene chosen to provide the setting for the affair. Miss Louise Loueire .. i , a representative of the' Beta staff at Kansas City', 1 Mo:, has been Sigma . Plii International.: Office in Blytheville for the', past./scvcral days outlining flli'therM rushing plans. . ; ' • , : '•.-, To b<> included'in,'the guests are 3 group oi O.5ceoJa .'rushers,- and others from O^ceola, who-are to be re-instated or transferred to a chapter (here. -'.-'•'.. The proposed Osceoia chapter will be sponsored by the two Blytheville chapters. . - . Afler the reception Thursday in the Mirror Room the next event in the rush plans Is an installation banouet. scheduled for next Tuesday night. The guesls will be greeted by Miss Dorothy Jean Higginson and Mrs. Gilbert Hammock, and the receiving line will Include: ML 5 s Ixnverre, Mrs. J. N. Smothermon. president of the Blvilicville City Council of Beta Sigma Phi, and a director or sponsor from each of the chapters. Previously the two chapters have conducted separate rushing programs, and the joint rushing is expected to include one of the largest numbers to be rushed by Blytlie- ville's Beta Sigma Phi chapters. Last year Red Cross field directors sent and received more. than 1.200,000 letters' concerning problems Involving servicemen. just Arrived WARDS "PROOF OF VALUE" SALE BOOK New lower prices, new msrchandiss, new ideas for your home, your wardrobe—see all this ftOW in Wards new "Proof of Valua" Sole Book. See nylon pajamas, socks, shirts, sweaters for men; nylon lingerie for woman— see pages of children's apparel for school. See canning supplies, bright new appliances, plus hundred* of olher items for your hom». Come in for your fret copy todoyl Shop by Phone Call Exchange 2442 ORDER .IN PERSON! 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