The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 12, 1950 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 12, 1950
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PAGE FOOT BLYniEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEW! WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 1950 JAM Shelton, Society Editor Prior* 4461 BECOMES Ann Orr Exchanges Vows -With M. Warren Howard * The marriage of Miss Barbara iAnn Orr to Medford Warren How- "ard, son of Mr, and Mrs. William Dec Howard of Dell, Is announced .,„,„„ ... today by the bride's parents, Mr. WKIUJ!/ — MISS and Mrs. William Newman Orr of Barbara Ann » Bljthcvllle. Orr, daughter 1 The marriage was solemnized Sat- -.fir,. or ,,i M..U urday, April 8, In PiBSOtt, Ark. „,:,,. „, ' The bride, a member of a pioneer WiliJam New- Bljlheville family, is the grand- man Orr, be- daughter of Mrs. William Prtngle ,, a ™ n *},„ 'Orr and the late Mr. Orr. She was l -* 1 " 1 - " ll - i"Eradunted from/ Blytheville High or - School where she was a member~ot Warren How- the Red Pepper, and Garden Clubs. ar( [ son O f j,f r 1 St e attended Arkansas State Col- ,' ,,, uri' » lege, Jonesboro, where she was » clnu mls - """ •"pledge ol Alpha Signfa social soror- liam Dee IJow- , ity , ard-of Dell in The bridegroom was graduated r»r'pmrmv from Dell High School and Is now a <-1, r e m^) n y associated with his father In farm- performed , Ing interests near Dell. April eighth in i Mr. Howard and his bride will be p\r, on \\ \.\, ,nt home in Dell. AT j-ii ' .———-* Mr. and Mrs. ioward will be -Mis. Sykes Guest ,With TLE Club > Mrs. Sam Sykes was a guest yes- rterday with members of the TLE Club when Mrs. Herman Turner t was hostess for the-weekly bridge : meeting. ' Vases, from which brimmed jap- ^onicas and mixed spring flowers, iwere placed in the room where club members and their guest were<seated at individual tables for thi \ game. Mrs. Sykes won high score, Mrs. J F Scrape, second high and Mrs. F Robert Weldman, bridgo. , At the conclusion of the game, -,the hostess served a salad plate. „• Surprise, party Given •At Wagner Adams Home A surprise birthday party was 'given .last evening at the Wagner s Adams home when Mrs. Adams entertained 12 guests with/ a -dinner party In honor of the birthdays of Mr Adams and their houseguest, Mrs Violett Clalbome of Browns- •.vllle r Tenn. . . The two course dinner was served ;from the main dining table, with a ^crystal bowl holding shaded pink ^gladioli interspersed with white ' narcissus centering the table. •:. , Candles burning In crystal candlesticks provided light. . At the conclusion of the meal, the „ honorees cut the birthday cake (.which WHS served the guests with .party foods. : After dinner, the , remainder q: the evening'^was spent in playihj - canasta and informal eritertaln- ' ment., , ... ^Get-Together Is Given ?At J. F. Ovens Home ' An informal get-together for several teachers- of the city school system was given yesterday afternoon at the J. p. Owens home. The . affair, which will be weekly, wil be for informal en 'bridge and ."vlsifing." At the meting yesterday Miss Luella Barnes reported on her recen 1 itrip to Havana, Cuba. Miss Barnes "discussed the points of historica and modern interest in_ the city ;WhiIe in Havana Miss Barnes wa Escorted by Philip Lord, formei , radio actor who portrayed "Seth •Parker" In a radio program whicl loriginated in the United States. , In the bridge s game, . high scor -was won by Miss Barnes, secon. :hiBh by Mrs. Ramon Morton and low by 'Mrs. Dorothy Martin. During the afternoon, the hostess Eerved a dessert course. -;HD Ciub Meets In Huey Home The Lone Oak Home Demonstra ? tiou Club met" for its bi-monthl .meeting Monday afternoon at th T. O. Huej' home, which was deco rated with vases of spring flowei i. for the occasion. •^ Group singing of the hymn, "I *;The Garden," opened the meeting ^.followed by the devotional whic ••was given by Mrs. Glenn Alcxnndi: ;' Mrs. Huey read the poem, "Roo! ed," followed by the afternoon e> .opener which wns a mother .daughter dress set. It was mad ; and displayed by Mrs. Forres •. Moore. Mrs. Moore conducted a busincs 'Session In which plans for the In ' 'provemcnt of the park in Dav Acres were discussed. ' In the social hour following, tl adjournment the hostess served dessert course. ' Dcor prize was presented to Mi Jack Mayes. t home iell. in !££?* "< ".<•*• orority Initiates our New Pledges Four Blytheville teachers were iltiated into the Zeta Chapter of elta Kappa Gamma, recognizing utstanding teachers, in ceremonies onducred lost night at the Col- nlal Room of Hotel Noble. Miss Wanda Johnson, .Miss Alice rtarle Ross, Miss Minnie Foster nd Mrs. Raplh Berryman were :ie initiates. Following the initiation, a bnn- uet was held for the new members. Sorority officers installed recently nclude Mrs. Lillian Frank, presi- ent; Mrs. A. E. Caldwcll, vice- resident; Mrs. Cecil Cassidy, sec- etary-trcasurer, and Miss Luna Wtlheim, parliamentarian. Committees will be named at the lay 16 meeting of the sorority. vVs. Wahl Joins Wesleyan Guild Mrs. Wilbur Wahl met as a new nember of the Wes.eyan Service Guild .of the First Methodist Jhurch, when Mrs. Fred Steadmau , ? as hostess to ! , the group at her iome Monday night. The meeting was opened with the devotional which was given by Mrs. Kemp Whlsenhimt after which Mrs. lildred Bunch directed the program, "Youth, Our Palmer in Cingdom Building." Following the dismissal prayer he hostew served refreshments. Guest Speaker To Address PTA Miss ROSR Hnrdy will be guest speaker nt the Father's Night program of the Sudbnry PTA Thursday night at the Sudbury school a 7:30 p.m. The Father's Night program wil be held in connection with the monthly meeting. Rev. Hays Speaks At Chapel Hour The Rev. Parker Hays of th Yarbro Baptist Church was gues speaker at the assembly of th Gosnell High School Monday morn ing. The Rev. Hay discussed th story of Easter. A trio composed of Sylvia Moody Dottie Reagan and Jewell Lucin: presented a musical program. Tlv was followed by the school Glc Club which sang, "Holy, Holy, Holy," and "My Faith Looks Up To Thee." The benediction was pronounced by C. A. Moody, a faculty incmbcr. Bits of News D TA Group Hears \Ars. Alex Shelby "Children Need to Know Beauty •as the subject on which Mr. lex Shelby addressed members of le high school PTA yesterday at he monthly meeting at the high chool. Preceding the meeting, the excc- tlve board was entertained with coffee at the Home Economics Cottage at which members of the iome Economic*! Department were ostesscs. 'ilie affair was given In ppreclatloti of the sliver which the 'TA presented the department. The general meeting immediately oilowing was opened with Mrs. helby's address. "Children need to now beauty and people need to ,v beauty," said Mrs. Shelby. A happy spirit and appreciation Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher n. Clement nd family of Gunnlson, Colo., are (siting here as guests of Mrs. Cle- icnt's mother, Mi's. Elma Crowder. ir. and Mrs. W. R. McElvaney and hlldren of Newport. Ark., have cturncd to their homes after sev- ral days visit here with Mrs. McElvaney's mother, Mrs. Elma Crowd- r and sister, Mrs. Clement and amlly. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Robinson nd son, Carroll, Jr., of Slkeston; vlo,, were the overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Campbell. Mr. ind Mrs. Robinson were en route to Sheffield, Ala., for a week's visit. Mrs. Vlolctte Clniborne of Brownsville, Tenn., Is visiting here is guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wagner Adams and family. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Coley and daughter, Sue, of Memphis are vis- ting here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ifiilon and family at their home 'n the Clear Lake Community, Dr. and Mrs. John Allison and daughter. Altec, will return to their home in Chicago Friday after spending the Foster holldnvs here as guests of Dr. Allison's father, J. p Allison and family. Mrs. Harold Frn/ier hns returned from. Memphis where she underwent a check-up at the Baptist Chtiilcs Crowder has arrived home from three years dutv with the occupation army in France for a month's visit as guest of his mother, Mrs. E!ma Crowder. Mr. Crowder will go to Yuma. Ariz., where he will be employed following his Blytheville visit. Mrs. Mabel Loras and Mrs. William F. Nicks arc spending today In Memphis. Mrs. Buford Young. Mrs. Jesse M. White and Mrs. J. C. Droke are in Little Rock where they are attending the state Parent-Teachers convention. Word has been received here In Blytheville thai Mrs. C. H. Wheeler >f Inglowood, Cnlif.. formerly of Blylheville. Is critically ill nt her lome in Tnglcwood. Mr. and Mrs. Vhceler moved to California three Mrs ago. Billy Crowder has returned to his iome In Mount Vernon, III., after pending the Easter holidays .here is quest of his mother, Mrs. Elma Crowder. Circles Conduct Study Lessons "Great Prayers of the Bible" wu the study lesson presented to members of the Presbyterian Circles »t the meetings of the groups Monday afternoon. Circle One met at the horn* of Mrs. Monroe Grain, Jr., with Mrs. S. E. Tune co-hostess. Mrs. Walter Day presided over the business session followed by the Bible study under' the direction of Mrs. Tune. Mrs. G.'W. Dlllahunty, group president, was a guest . Mrs. O. M. Gray and Mrs. Ne«l Gescll were hostesses at the Gr»y home on Main St. to members of Circle Two. The business'session was conducted by Mrs. Gray after which Mrs. E. L. Johnson led the study lesson. Circle Three met at the home of Mrs. M. P. Day with Mrs. Lex Chamblln co-hostess to the group. A business session, under the direction of Mrs. H. C. Patton', Jr., was conducted followed by the Bible Study with Mrs. Hermon Carlton, leader. Circle Four met at the ESbert Huffman home. Mr». Huffman, who Is circle chairman, conducted the business session. Mrs. Hugh Hudson presented the Bible study. Circle Five met at the Church last night with Mrs. Tom Miller ind Miss Patty June Duvts hos- esses to the group. Mrs. Nora Sprndlcy presided with Miss Jewell Smith, assisted by Mrs. C. M. Gray, presenting the Bible study. f many blessings nil tend to inftke appincss, for happiness conies rom within. Children need poise, they need to 5 well-groomed and they need to x grateful for strong bodies and ood minds concluded Mrs. Shelby. Mrs. Matt Monaghan presented he president's message, "The Light Shines Through, after which , Miss tfonta Hughes gave the devotional "Out o(. the Dusk was the vocal election presented by Mrs. Ralph 3crrymnn. Kirs. J. M. Wilson Henry was accompanist. Mrs. R. L. Dcdman presided over he business session in the absence of Mrs. Buforci Young who is at- endlng the state PTA convention 'n Little Rock. Mrs. Jerry Hcnrn $ the minutes of the previous meeting and also the treasurer's report in the absence of Mrs. Jesse M. White, secretary, who is also attending the convention In Little Sock. It was announced that the annua Qnnquet for the senior class wmil< be given at Hotel Noble. In the room count the prize was presented the seniors. Coming Events Social CoUndcr ' Open house at Methodist parson- ige, 120 N. Ninth, 7 to 10 p.m. The Elliott Fletcher. Chapter of the UDC has 12 o'clock luncheon- meeting «t the Baptist Church In Luxora. Mrs. Sanford Boone hostess to Thursday Luncheon Club. Mrs. J. A. Saliba entertains Thursay Night Club. Thursday Rook Club meets with •Irs. Richard Prlchard. Methodist parsonage open to uests from 7 to 10 p.m. Avalon Bunco meets with Mrs. forman Speck. Fridiy Maptc Grove Cemetery AssocU ion meets with Mrs. Prank Webb, 708 Hearn, at 2:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester, ost and hostess to members of he Past Matrons and Past Patrons lub and all Eastern Stars with potluck supper «nd tacfcy party it the Shriner's Club at the Air Base at 7 p.m. Mrs. Lloyd Whittaker hostess to Friday Contract. Lucky Rook Club meet* with Mrs. reeman Huey. Lake Street Method 1st WSd has hicken supper «t church. Serving begins at 5:30 p.m. Al Fne Hospitals Hlylheville Hospital Dismissed: Hamilton Dunklin, Hornesville. Mrs. Claude Wheeler and baby. City. Elnora White, Monette. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Charles Cronk. City." Mary Lynn Blaylock, City. The water chesnut can become so thick as to destroy duck food. Service Program Presented WMU Ih.ney. "Middle East Craves Reading Matter was the topic presented by Mrs. R. L. AdkLsson followed by the subject, "Unlimited Opportunities in Latin America," by Mrs. Milton Dallas, Mrs. Tom Godson concluded the program with a discussion of "What Can We Do to Keep The Presses at Work for God?" The meeting was adjourned with prayer led by Mrs. Lena Baty. By Sue Burnett Versatile play clothes that are bound to delight every teenager The parts are so easy to sew, cai be mixed or matched to suit the occasion. Make the bare rnidrif or tuck-in blouse, tailored shorts dirndl skirt in crisp white or sol it tone. Pattern No. 8588 Is a sew-rite perforated pattern m sines 9, 11, 12 13, 14, 15. 16 and 18. Size 11, mid riff, Iti yards of 36, or 39-inch blouse, 2% yards; skirt, 2 yards shorts, 1% yards. Don't miss the Spring and Sum mer FASHION. This latest issue i colorful, informative, — a complet pattern magazine. Fabric rifhvs, fa shion tips, a wealth of smart frock to sew for summer arc all included 25 cents, For this pattern, send 25 cents in COINS, your name, address, siz desired, and the PATTERN NUM BER to Sue Burnett, Courier New 530 South Wells Street, Chicago A Royal Service program, "Presses At Work for God" was presented la members of the Huffman Baptist WMU Mondny afternoon at the weekly meeting at the church. Mrs. George Perry opened tho meeting with the devotional followed by the opening discussion uf the program, "The Place of the Printing Press'," which was given by Mrs. Billy Ray. "We Need A Publishing House In Nigeria," was discussed by Mrs. Rex Hughes after which Mrs. Pcis- nle Walker spoke, on, "Behind The Bamboo Curtain." '"Ten Million Bibles for Japan" was presented by Mrs. Mabel Boonc followed by. "Desperate Need of Reading Matter In Europe," which was presented by Mrs. Bculah Mc- GEM o/ic« Forces Growing CHICAGO—<fl>>—Cl tits are bulld- ig up their police forces. 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