The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 14, 1949 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 14, 1949
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PACK rous BLYTHEVILLE t (ARK.) COURIEB NEWS TUESDAY, JUNE 14, 1949 Amelia Salibi, Society Editor I'hone 4461 'Miss Shanks Is Engaged To John W. Morgan Jr. -"Of wide social interest here Is (he announcement today by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Shanks of the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Jo Ann Shanks to John Whitney Mor- igan Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. John ^Whitney Morgan Sr. .i:. -The. wedding will be solemnized -•July 10 at the First Methodist Churoh In Blytheville wllh the Rev. Allen D. Stewart, pastor, • officiating. •••• Miss Shanks is a graduate M Blythc/villc High School and was attending the Methodist Hospital .School of Nursing in Memphis. ^Whilc In high school she was act- lye in many school affairs and was a member of the Red Peppers. -Notional Honor Society. Beta Club '•nd Student Council. She was also elected senior queen and Miss 'B.H.S. and was a majorette. She "attended Texas State College for Women, at Denton for a year. -*• She was chosen "Miss niyihc- ville" in the 1948 Beauty Pageant here. ; Mr. Morgan is an honor graduate, ; of Meridian High School and attended Tulane University, New Or'- leans, La., prior to serving three ; years in the Navy. He Ls now a .; sophomore at Tiilane University • where he Is majoring in engincer- '; Ing. r: Bridse Luncheon Given By Mrs. 0. 0. Hardaway Mrs. O. O Hardaway entertained . 10 tables of bridge guests with a ' luncheon Saturday In the Mirror ; Room of Hotel Noble. • A pink and blue color scheme ' was carried out In the decorations. : The window embrasures were filled I with vases, of pink and blue hyd- • rangeas with each table being centered with a bud vase filled with \ sweetpeas in matching colors. Completing the attractiveness of the • decorations were the gilts wrapped ! and tied in pink and blue paper i_ and ribbon with . the tallies being • In the same colors. ' During the bridge games, high .-score went to Mrs. Gean Atkinson • with Mrs. Willard H. Pease receiving second. Mrs. C. L. McWaters Jr., third and Mrs. T. W. Jeffries, >' bridge.' ' - • • • Birthday Is Celebrated ; By Carolyn Ann Weslall Carolyn Ann Westall, daughter of / Mr. and .Mrs. Frank Westall, cele- , brated her sixth blfth'day Saturday j afternoon at the home of her grand' motherYMrs. J. B. Henry, 217 South • Lake'.-.";Twenty five of Carolyn's ^ friends'attended the party. ? During the afternoon, various V party games and contests were played with prizes being won by Eddie Fisher. Ann Richardson. Patsy . Gentry, Lynn Sladen Reynerson, Carolyn Weslall and Ann Willingham. Favors of horns and baskets , of candy were presented to each •' guest as a favor. Following the opening ol the gifts, J refreshments of Ice cream and cake -: were served, ENGAGEMENT ANNOUN'CI-D— The engagement and approching marriage of Miss Jo Ann Shanks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Shanks, to John Whitney Morgan Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. John Whitney Morgan Sr., is announced today by her parents. Baptist Y.W.A. Meets With Miss Maxine Hill The Young Women's Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church had the regular meeting last night at the home of Mrs. Maxine Hill. There were 1« members and one visitor present, A brief business session was conducted, after- which the program was presented under the direction of Misa Cllffie Overman. Those participating on the program were Misses Elfce Lewis, 1/nmeil Overman. Maxine Kill. Edna Overman and Christine Austin. Miss Kathryn Austin dismissed the group with prayer .after which refreshments were served. Circle Meetings Held \ Mrs. Moore Is Hostess By Calvary Baptist WMU , To Demonstration Club The Calvary Baptist Women's Missionary Union met in Circle Group yesterday afternoon in the homes. Circle One met at the home of Mrs. George Narx. The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. Preston Thorn, followed by a short business session presided over by the circle chairman. Mrs. Darrell Lunsforri. The Bible study was presented hi a round table discussion and was taken from the book of Roman's. Prayers were offered by Mrs. J. R. Gcan and Mrs. John Holmes. Circle Two met with Mrs. Carra Pruitl with Mrs. Pleas Rnmbo giving the opening prayer. Mrs. Luclrtn Gaines was in charge of the program and chose as her theme. "Christians at Y/ork.'^Those on the program included Mrs. Pruitt. who gave the devotional, Mrs. Maudle Wldner. Mrs. H. J. Fonrtrcn and Mrs. Gaines. Closing prayer was offered by Mrs. Wldner. The hostesses served refreshments during the social hour. Bits of News , Gleaners Class Patty Held At J.T. Wostbrook Home At Fhp Hncnitais lilylhcville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Louis Eerry. city. Bob Dallas. Huffman. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. William Jordan and baby city. Euclid Mathews. city. Miss Juanita Williams. Rt. 1, city. Mrs. Thomas Miller, dly. Wilson News Mr. and Mrs. .1 .A piunun as their werk end (rue«ts I her daughters. .Mrs. Franklin Bncfcner and Mr. Buckner of Dallas. Texas, and Mrs. A. A. Banks and family of Whitfcn. Mr. and Mrs. o. W. Pnlrhell and dauehler Nanette n re visiting relatives In Honor Springs. Mrs. Lamnr Mcn.mlel visited her husband at the Veterans Hospital in Memphis. Sunday. Slic uas ac- The Lone Oak Home Demonstration Club were entertained last night with a dinner party at Ihe home of Mrs. Leslie Moore. There were 14 present. The dining table, at which the dinner was served, was centered with a low crystal bowl filled with an arrangement of magnolia blossoms and flanked by white tapers in crystal holders. Other vases of hydrangeas and roses were used throughout the home. Following dinner, the group went into the music room where group singing was held. Mrs.-Arthur Britton gave the devotional arid Mrs. Glen Alexander read a poem entitled, "God's Will." Prayer was offered by Mrs. J. W. Field. The group watched several television shows during the evening. She wa.s accompanied to Wilson by Mrs. Cook, who spent the night and returned to Brinkley Monday morning. Mrs. S. S. Patterson and daughter, Miss Vivian Patterson, returned Sunday from Jackson, Miss., where they spent two weeks wllh friends. Mrs. W. C. Gates left yesterday for Charlottcsville, Va., where she was called because of Ihe serious Illness of her sister Mrs. Cora Wheeler. Mrs, Paul Jobe and children. Sue and Kay will leave tomorrow morn- fug for Prescolt, Ariz., where they will be the guests of her sister, Mrs. Sam Head and family. They will be gone a month.. While away (hey plan to visit the Grand Canyon and other points of Interest in Arizona. Seaman Apprentls Don Huey left last night for New London. Conn., whore he will be stationer! and also to study diesel engineering. He spent the past ten days here visiting with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Huey and other relatives. He was stationed In San Diego, calif., where lie was In (he submarine division, before being transferred. Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Kyles relurn- cd Sunday from Bruceton. Tenn.. where they attended the funeral service of Mr. Kyle's brother. Priest Kyle, who died in Akron, o., last Thursday. They were accompanied there by Mrs. George Stewart of Manila. Miss Samara Monagnan left for Brinkley where she will be the suest of Miss Pat Weis. who was a classmate of hers at the University of Arkansas. Fayettevllle. She will return home Thursday. Mrs. Byron Morse. Mrs. W. B. Tanner, Mrs. J. W. Butt. Mrs. Ma- hoti Bell and daughter. Miss Betsy Bell are spending today In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Tom W. Jackson had as their guests over the weekend Mrs. Jackson's brother. William Walker and Mrs. Walker and also her niece, Miss Camellia Chapman, all of Carmi. 111. Mr. and Mrs. Lanier Reed of Panama city. Fla.. are spending several days in Blytheville on business. They are at their home on East Main. Condition of Dan who underwent an operation last Thursday at the Methodist Hospital In Memphis, is satisfactory . Mrs. Oscar Fendler and son. T- P. Wright III. are vacationing In Biloxi. Miss. They have been there a week and plan to remain [or another week. A. G. Little underwent an operation Monday at the Methodist Hospital in Memphis. His condition Is satisfactory. Mrs. Little, who is with him, had beeti ill at her hotel there but is now able to be out. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Little went to Memphis yesterday to be with them. Marsha Lou Wilson returned to her home In Paraeould after having spent the past week here as guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Forrest. Mrs. Russell Phillips returned Monday from Memphis where she motored her sister, Mrs. Pattl Knight, who left from there by train for her home in Nashville, Tenn. Mrs. Knight had been visit- Certificates Presented At first Christian Church Graduation exercises for the *9 children enrolled In Bible School at the First Christian church was held. Friday night at the church. The program consisted or two dramas under the direction of Mrs. Joe Pride Jr. The cast of the drama for the intermediate class Included Ann Hlndman, Betty Lee Garrott, Susan Angel and Bobble Jo Alley. The junior class members tu the second play were Danny Cobb, Davis Cobb, Donna Dedman, Rosrriarie Clampitl, Ralph Nicols, Lawrence Bradley, Larry Campbell, Billy Ann Watson, Ada Ruin Moore. Mary Pauline Moore, Sue Keeling. Polly Sue Moore and Jimmy I>ee Moore. Mrs. Eric Whitley directed the flag ceremony for the evening program, which consisted of the slug ing of songs, reciting of memory work, and display of hand work done during the week of the school. The certlficales presented were made by Mrs. Lester Strubhar and her class. The Rev. Lester D. Strubhar. pastor, was in charge of the workshop class for boys each afternoon and also led the devotional each morn- Ing in the opening exercises, The teachers during Bible school were Mrs. J. P. Garrott, dean of the school, Mrs. Joe Pride, Mrs. W. D. Cobb. Mrs. James Terry, Mrs. Eric Whitley, Mrs. James Brooks, Mrs. Albert Taylor. Mrs. Harry Bradley. Mrs. R'. L. Dedman. Mrs. W. A. Angel. Mrs. Lester Strubhar, Mrs. A. R Wetenkamp and Mrs. Hadley Hays. Those who did secretarial work were Jean Dedman Louclla Alley, also In charge of the nursery and Sue Crafton. Recreation Program Under Way at Wilson WII.SON. Ark.. June 14.—The summer recreation program for Wilson schools bceEui yesterday and will be held dally. Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. on the school campus. Students from the first through I lie 12th grades will participate In the activities, under the supervision of Coach Roy Stobough and Miss Posie Cook, physical education instructors at Wilson High School. Softball, baseball, swimming, table tennis, volleyball, badminton, various games and crafts will be included in the program. The school swimming pool In the symnaMum will be open to the public at night throughout the summer. ing with Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phil lips here . Mrs. Leon H. Davis and Miss Ann Davis returned from a len days vacation in Clarksdale, Miss." They will meet Mr. Davis, who is In White Sulphur Springs, Va., in Memphis Thursday and return to Blytheville before leaving again Friday to spend the weekend fish Ing on Moon Lake In Clarksdale. Mrs. A. Y. Landstreet arrived from Memphis for an extended visit with her daughter, Mrs. Stanley Gresley. Mr. Gresley and infant son Stanley Jr. Mrs. Gresley and son were dismissed yesterday from the Blvtheville Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. William Jordan are the parents of o daughter born Thursday at Walls Hospital. The couple's first child, she has been named. Sharron Lee. Mrs. JoA'an t is the former Miss Marlin Palmer. first Baptist WJ4.U. Meets in Circle Groups. The Women'a Mlaclcoarjr Union ot the Pint Baptiat Church met n Circle Group* re*Urday la th* lomet. Th*r atudied the latt chap- ,er« of the book, "Intcrctaaory Prayer" by Jamea O. K. McClure. Circle One met at the horn* of Mr>. Charles R. Penn with 10 members and one visitor preaect. °rayer> were offered by Mra. Gene Ellis, Mrs. George Infrarn and Mn, Alvln Huffman fir. airs. Penn laught the lesson. Mrs. J. W. Rayder was hostess to nine member* of pircle Two. The lesson was given by Mrs. Shelburne Brewer with Mrs. M. C. Outlaw and Mrs. Marion William* ot- ferlnf prayers. Circle Three met with Mn. E, T. Hubbard with 10 members and one visitor attending. The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. C. L. McWaters after which Mrs. O. S. Lemons gave the lesson. Dismissal prayer was given by Mrs. Ebb Carson. Ten members of Circle Four met at the home of Mrs. C. T. Brannan. Mrs. Reece Wooten and Mrs. E. P. Hardln offered prayers wllh Mrs. Alvln Huffman Jr. teaching the .esson. Circle Five met with Mrs. R. G. Cash with seven members and one visitor present. Opening prayer was elvcn by Mrs! C. E. Edds with Mrs. Walter Bishop presenting the lesson. Mrs. Bishop closed the meet- Ing with the reading of a poem entitled. "My Prayer." Mrs. Kendall Berry wa.s hostess o II members of Circle Six. Mrs. Berry taught the lesson and prayers were offered by Mrs. E. C. Brown and Mrs. M. W. Lewis. Refreshments were served at the close of each meeting by the hostesses. •nit Alph» Alpha Chiptar of Bet* Blcau Phi » 111 m«ct In the clubroon «t I pjn. COMPARE THE FOUR The Gleaners Class of the First ' Baptist . Church had their class ] party last, night at the home of Mrs. J. T. Westbrook with Mrs Charles Penn as co-hostess. There j were 12 members present. A short business session was pie- J sided over by the president. Mrs ! Penn. Mrs. Alvin Huffman Jr gave | the devotional and prayers were of-! ferecl by Mrs. Qnlncy o. Alexander and Mrs. Walter Bishop. D'.iring (he social hour. Mrs Marion Williams reviewed the book "Smile Please" by Mildren Spurrier Topp. Refreshments w-cre served by the hostesses. Mrs. Noel Marconi nf Transvlvan- la. La., was the cnot of her sister Mrs. Buiord Boylcs and family, l-'ri- clay. Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Reese. Miss Lillian Wilson and Ur. Klrion Fairley spent :bp weekend with Miss Wilsons si.-tcr. Mrs. Randolph Davitts and Mr Davitt.s hi Moorehoart. Miss. Mis; Posic C«ok rcuirned In Wilson. Sunday, alter spending the past three- weeks ivilh her parents, Mr. atui Mrs. Tom cook in Brinkley, T/ie Mosl Modern Gives You Mart —yet Costs $875 fo $2,387 less* tt Buy Continuous Shows Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO Kl.CN a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.n Box OHice Opens 6:45 Shim Starts 1:00 Open? Suml.i.v l:OH; starts i:]5 Continunu;. 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It offers so much more of the fine tilings you want, yet it is pru-cil $875 to $2,387 less* than the other llirce fine cars. Discover the diffcrence.Your Nash dealer will gladly place, an Ambassador at your command. Thf On/i/ Fin* far irllh Itlglt- f:i>mprr**ion \alrr-ix-Nrad Enginr, irith H»»%r»unttT-bmlnmct* 7-Mfmriitf 1'ranlsxHalt... Wf*ihrr K ...1 nit Xprin a l*fi •* mil COMPANION CA* TO THI NMM "»OO" AWflTTI SHELTON MOTOR CO. Woman's Council Holds Group Meetings in Homes The Woman's council of the First Christian Church held the! group meeting yesterday in the homes and completed their years study of the book, "Paul Launches the New Testament." The Faith group met at the home of Mrs. Rouse Harp with 10 members and one visitor, Mrs. Lee Moore, present. Mrs. J. p. Garrott was In charge of the study and Mrs. Lester Strubhar dismissed the group with prayer. Mrs. Albert Taylor was hostess to five members of the Hope group. Mrs. Taylor taught the study course. The love group met with Mrs Freeman Robinson with Mra. Eric Whitley offering the devotional and Mrs. Robinson teaching the study Following each meeting, the hostesses .served refreshments. Coming Events Socicl Calmetar The Ootnell W .8.0.8. will m««t >t 2:JO PJO. at th« church with Mrs. Jim Jacluoo u hwteu. The Blytheville Rook Club will be entertained at the home tl Uri. Albert Bnderlln. Mn. Earl Damon will b» botteu to the Thur«dajr Night Club. The Aval on Bunco Club will be entertained at the home •! Mrs. Paul Mahon. Mn. Pulton 1311* will antertain the Thursday Rook Club. Friday Mu. A. A. Hardy will entertain the C.B.c Club. Handicraft Class to Meet Monday The Blythevtlle Handicraft Class will meet Monday at the county agent's office in the Court House Mrs. Gertrude B. Ho! I man, director announced today. Mrs. Holiman said that raffia and silk lamp shade construction would be demonstrated at the meeting, and a film shown on the making of lamp shades. The meeting was cancelled earlier this month because of an extension in Payetteville. Basket making Is one ol the ancient of Industrie*. Comfort! You'll agret — TruVal Shirts ARE BEST BUYS FOR SPRING AND SUMME* Mrs. Mason Is Hostess To St. Cecelia's Guild Members of the St. Cecelia's Guild of the woman'a Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church met last nighf at the home of Mrs. E. B. Mason. 310 west Walnut. Mrs. o. O. Hardaway was in charge of the devotional, and Mrs. Mason presented the program on "The Triennial Conference." The meeting closed with prayer led by Mrs. Hardaway. Refreshments were served during the social hour. Eala Everything The large mouth bass eats almost anything that approaches the water surface where he lives: insects, fish, snakes, mice, fro»is. crawfish birds, bats, muskrits, and ducks. Eye Cautions *»«M, glaring light tires «JM. Arold reading In i «h»dow. Dlrruied. Indirect HKht Is reftlful. To »oothe and relax orerworkrt. Mr*, tired, burning. 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Made by Campus for Dad. 215 South Second Phone 4438 He'll enjoy wearing a Dunmar Robe for both bath and beach. $4.95 & $8.95 OTHfft SUGGESTIONS Initial HandktrchicH 3 for $1.00 Handkerchiefs 25c to 35c Initial Buckles $1.00 Pajamas . ... $3.95 Slacks $5.95 to $9.50 Pop's Summer Straw is here in genuine panama by Stevens. $5.95 & $7.50 Beautiful colors in bows and four-in-liand. . , for Pop on "The Day." $1,00 to $2.00 OTHfK SUGGESTIONS Socks . ... Belts . . . . Shorts . . . Cuff Links . Tie Clasps 49c $1.50 79c $2.00 $1.50 DEPARTMENT STORE Acroe* th« Street Fron the RiU Theater 305-307 Weit Main Phone 3149

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