The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 30, 1949 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 30, 1949
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'PAGE FOUR ''BLYTHEVILLE '(ARK.) COURIER NEWS Society filewA, v ,• f J*'n« .Sheltpn, Society Editor f Phono 4401 Miss Damon"to,Be \Ved In Winter Ceremony =^ Mr.; «nd * Mrs Earl Damon arc today ' announcing the engagement 4j their daughter,-Blllte Marie, to James Mai-tin Barftcs, son'of the! J«te Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Barnes o( j ENGAGED— The Houston, Texas.- J engagement ol gMIss pamon Is a graduate of Ely- , Mls6 Bnlie Marle High School where she was •1 mcinber of various organizations Sie.also attended Draughon's Busl- Pf ss College in Memphis. She is a Kernbcr and past president of the Alpha Beta Chapter of Epsilon Slg- jSa Alpha. For (he past three years *ie has been connected with the tjlylheville Area Rent Control Of- Barnes, a former Blythevllle fice. fjsldent, attended local schools and Ji a graduate of Western Military Academy In Alton, Illinois. After Jfrving thre,e years and seven nonths In the Navy he attended the Spartan School o[ Aeronautics lor one year. He is now connected "filth the Chicago anrt Southern Airlines in Houston, Texas i.| Finns for the winter wedding will fte announced at a later date. Recent Bride Is Feted , 9,1 Shower Last Night (1 Mrs. E. H Alley. Ntrs R C. Cole- tfian and Mrs. Harry. L. Sansom were ^ostesses to aproximately 25 guests test night at the Alley home when Jiey entertained ulth a mlscella- jteous shower in compliment to Mrs. flPravis S. Dean who was-before -licr- Jecent marriage Miss Nincje Ann * v Marigolds and vivid Imert fall ^flowers arrange In rmiHi colored jiwttery bowls were.plac'ed throughout the home for the evening s en pertainment. V The guests spent the evening In Barnes and Informal entertainment i«fter which Mrs. Deen was present*»d gifts from a table overlaid with a [Jrtilte linen cloth edged In crochet[»d lace. 5<f Golden marigolds In a crystal j-bowl centered the lace draped din iing table from which a. sandwich fT>1ate and Iced dunks \\ere served %~ Special guests lor the affair In- icluded mother of the honofce, Mrs. tfiuinton Howell White and Mrs Sttershel Decn. - '•Mrs. Pease Entertains iLuncheon Club, Guests p Mra. O. O Hardaway, Mrs. -Robert rA: Porter and Mrs. Harry- A. Haincs £%ere guests yesterday wHh membeis l~t>t the Thursday Luncheon Club fiwhen Mrs Williard H Pease com- gpllmented the group at her home on f^Walnut. is'The two course luncheon was ^served from individual tables over- s-laid with white cloths and centered |?wlth bud vases holding arrange- jxments of zinnias. 5; Floral arrangements of fall flow- ?«rs were placed throughout the en- iStertalning rooms. S" In the games, Mrs. Joe P. Pride, won high with Mrs. Haines ; second. HMrs. Grover Wren Guest lOf Thursday Rook Club S Mrs. Grcver Wren was guest with gmembers of the Thursday Rook ::Club when Mrs. Dale Horn entcr- . H Crystal vases holding arrange- ;|ments of bronze marigolds dcco- ^rated the entertaining rooms. ib In the 'games, Mrs. H., C. Blah- Skenship won high, Mrs. Wren scc- E^ond and Mrs. ^Harold Hcnson rooko $ At the conclusion of the games. "Mrs. Horn served a dessert, course. Is " |Mrs. StiKvell Entertains SClub Members. Guests R S Fall flowers arranged In crystal ^vascs were placed throughout the £ George Stllwell home last night J£when Mrs. Stilweil entertained t ^.members of the Thursday Night | Damon, daughter of Mr.' and Mrs. Earl Damon, to James Martin Barnes Is announced locjay by he? parents. Plans lor he whiter wedding, will bo an- iiounccd at a later date. Rainbow Vision,Scene Is Theme Of Rush Reception At Hotel Noble Approximately 40 prospective pledges were guests of about CO members of the Alpha Alpha and Alpha Delta Chapter and the Blythevllle City Council of Beta Sigma Phi at a rush reception at the Hotel Noble last night. The guests included 10 from Osceola, where It is planned that the '.wo Blythevllle Chapters will sponsor a chapter. In the receiving line last night were Mrs. J. N. Smothermon, president of ,Uie Council, Mrs. W. p, Pryor and Mrs. W. S. Johnston, sponsor and director of the Alpha Delta Chapter, and Miss Louise lowerre, field representative of the International office In Kansas City, Mo., who .has been In Blytheville several days outlining rushing activities. The mirror room was setting for the reception, ami the rainbow vision theme was carried out in the decoration. The rainbow arc formed • a background for the speakers, and the tables, arranged informally were covered with rainbow stripes and centered with late fall flowers. During the reception there was only candle light. After. greeting .the hostesses the guests \yere toUf briefly of Beta Sigma Hii activities. Those participating In'-the discussion were: Miss Lowerre, Mrs. •• Pryor, Mrs. Smothor- mon, Mrs. B. F,,Scott, Mrs. Fiances Gammlll.'Mrs. T/H. Carawny, Mrs. Gilbert Hammock'and,'-Miss Dorothy Jean Hlgginson.- ,'' Mrs Charles Abbot, accompanied by Mrs Ted Lister, presented two vocal'selections, and'the Blytheville Hfgh School-Trio, accoV.panted by Mrs. John Caudlll, also nppcacerj on the program, singing. "Dnrk Eyes," and; "So'ftlj' as n Morning Sunrise." The trio .Included the Misses Mary Joe. Eaton, Mary Margaret Auten anrt Vivian Taylor. Tile rush activities will be completed Tuesday with a formal installation banquet- to be conducted at the hotel. Guests'-last night Included: Mrs, Ediih Abernathy, Mrs. Bill Banister, Mrs. Dick Ethcrlilge, Mrs. E B. David. Mrs. Lloyd Flormnn. Mrs Larry Gammeter. Mrs. Stanlci Gresloy. Mrs. Marjorle Hancock Mrs. House Harp, Mrs. Sam Haynes Mrs. William Hyndman. Mrs. William JohnU, and Miss Ann Jones. Mrs. Ramon Morton; Mrs. Blake Polly, Miss Betty Druid. Mrs. J. R Poscy, Mrs. Jack Rawlings. Mrs Albert Ridings, Miss Kay Howell Mrs. FJnvrt Scay, Mrs. Mavis Scltlc- mire, Mrs. Don Stern, Mrs. B. K Tittle. Mrs. Harold Wood, Mrs. Iris Cooper and Miss Gina Arcee. From Osceola the following attended: Mrs. L. O. Glazier.' Miss Adcllc Hook. Mrs. Charles Wivgul Mrs. John Ed. Phillips. Mrs. Madeline Allen, Miss Inez Henderson Mrs. Jackie r Tillican, Mrs. Ralph Wilson. Miss Rose Wilkins and Miss Eva George. At the refreshment table were: Mrs. Dick Watson, Mrs. John Cook, Mrs. R- WMtUngton and Mrs. Henry Doild. Avalon Club iVlecls AfW. J. Cupples Home Members of. the Avalon Bunco Club wore entertained by Mrs. W. J. "Hippies yesterday afternoon at her lome. . In the games, Mrs. Cnpples won high, Mrs. Paul Mahon low and Mrs. Ulyde Eldrldge bunco. Refreshments of iced drinks and a dessert course were served by the .lostess at the conclusion of tile games. , . StaineiiWindovf in Church To Honor L. M. Moody, Sr. A stained glass window will be placed in the new sanctuary of the Dell Methodist Church to honor L M. Moody, Sr. The ivindow win be provided by the Women's Society of Chrlstia Service. In the Tuesday issue of the Courier News, It was erroneously staler that the window would be in memory of Mr. Mootiy, who still is an active member of the churcli. He- cause of his service to the chi'n-l: the women selected his name tc appear on the window. Homemakers Class Elects Officers at Meeting Mrs. Geraldine Lansing was hos less to members of the Homcmnkeri Class of the Baptist Chapel for thi regular meeting last night. In nn election, the following officers were selected: president, Mrs Speck McGregor; ' vice-presiden Mrs. Geraldine Lansing; secretary and treasurer, Mrs. Leslie Ken Wright; social chairman, Mrs. Car Lay; group captains, Mrs. J. H Nelson, Mrs. W. .w. J owe and Mrs Frank Sawyers. At the conclusion:ot the meeting Ihe hostess served 'refreshments. Pearls may be while',' yellow, pink gray or black. ;'-; : Unusual Gifts Distinctive. Curtains See Them af the Linen & Curtain Shop '"« So. F!rsl Plume 815 «Club and two guests. Mrs. Wilbur ?: Wahl and Mrs. D. C. Freeman. £ In tiie games, Mrs. Don Haley , ^ won high with Mrs. Burks Barker j !? winning rooko. < £ At the conclusion of the evening's «i entertainment, the hostess served ^refreshments. ffl •* RENT A CAR t)rivr ttnywhcrc You Plrase Simpson Oil Co. Phone 937 !l ! ! Pickard's Gro and Market 1044 Chickasawba WIFTS PREMIUM BRANDED BEEP ' We Specialize in Fancy Meats and Groceries WeOe/iver Phone 2043 Plenty of Parkins Space ATTENTION, MERCHANTS The Junior Chamber of Commerce Would Appreciate Your Entering Hie Rig National Cotton Picking Contest Parade, October 6, 2:30 p.m. Besides the flouts, 12 big bands will make this'parade the bigRest and lies! ever...if \ve have your support. Send the entry blank below to Box 707, Blytheville, or call Jack Chamblin for questions. Of course, there is no cnirv fer Bits of News FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 90, 1949. TOT'S PARTY DRESS Mrs, Aubrey Smith who was dls lissed Wednesday /rom \Vall.s Hos- iltal is now at the home of her not her, Mrs. F. T. Dixon. Mrs. Smith's condition Ls Improved. James Martin Barnes of Hou-ston. .'exas left Thursday for his home ifter visiting here several days as of relatives. | Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Old will le.ue] jaturday for New York where Mr. Old wU) altend the bH.sme.y! eon- ercnce of the Prudential Life In- urancc .Company of America which vlll'be held at the Statlcr Hotel. Ir. and Mrs. ptd, who will be gone wo \veeVs, also, plan to visit in Nor oik, Va. ,-., •":.'; . . Sgt. and Mrs. Waller Hi>ive!l loft Thursday .for .their home at Camp food, Texas.'after spending a week jere ;is guests of:Mrs. Cora Auflei wn and family. Mr. and Mrs.'william R. Lawshe elt Wednesday lilsht for New' Yoik I ity. They will vkit'in 'Washington 3. C. and will arrive in New YoiK I Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Leech will leave tonight and join them Sunday In New York. The group will hen attend the National Coca-Cola Convention. They plan lo retiirn .he latler part.of next week. Mrs.-John • B. Walker, Miss Lucy Thompson, Mr. .and Mrs. IJarokt Thompson, Sr.. and Mrs. Roy Mil chell left this morning for St. Louis vherc they will spend .several days ; guests of Mrs. Lois PrJcst. Mr.- and Mrs. C. M. Jones and son. Charles Walker Jones, left t(i- I lay for Nashville, Tenri., where they vlil he week-ciid guests of Mr. and i Mrs. R. M. Maynard and family, -j Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Norton and daughter, Jane, and Miss Carol Ann! filler of Little Rock arrived today ;o be the weekend guests of Mv. and i Urs. Earl Buckley and daughter,! Miss Winnlbeth Buckley. They came i especially to attend the BlythoviUe- I Little Rock football game tonight •! -it Hntey Field. . I Condition of Mrs. A. M. Butt, who j s ill at her home, Is Improved. Mrs.;, / Harper and Mrs. w. N. Rob-»' .nson of St. Louis are here to be wiili her. • ' Mrs. W. A. Edwards arrived home last night from Tallulah, La., where she spent a' week as guest of her daughter, Mrs. ; J.-, B. O'Shay, Mr; O'Shay ' and family. Condition of Mrs. O'Shay wlio recently underwent a major operation Is very good. ,ln and Mrs. B. R. Hays and family attended- tile Papoose-Whirlwind game last night In Joiicstxjro. Mrs. W. T. Caudle underwent /a major operation this morning at Memphis Methodist Hospital. .' H. C. Blankeusblp and cliildirn, Manya -and Dcenay and Jlmniic Lee Mors'e, Floyd'Scot and Kay %'•"•''" ai-'d were among the Dlytheville U i-u- pie in Jonesboro last night .'for 'tte football game. ' At The Hospitals Biyfheviltc Hospital Dismissed: Ethel Jewel Bobo. City. Undo Cecils, Sleele. Bennett Allen Sides, Holland. Walter Lunsforil, City. Mrs. Luther Gray, Arnibrcl. L Walls Hospital Dismissed: W. H. Norwood, Osceola. Mrs. Sarn Gonzalez, Air Base. George Williams. Dell. Rita Ann Bailey, stcclc. J. M. Cole, Luxora. | B/ Sue Burnett Your yciing daughter is sure to approve fais darling little buttoi. .front tlre;s for parties or Sundaj ibest. it luttons down the front, has tiny.ruffling for frosting. For an cxlra fjuch, add two saucy bows. Pattern No. Bj'O is a sew-rite perforated pattern for sizes 2, 3, 4, •5, 6, ;8 and 10 years. Size 3, _i% yards, of i3-inch; 1 yard purchased jruffling. For this, pattern, send 25 cents, In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER!l° Sue Burnett, Courier News. ^530 South Wells Street, Chicago 7, III. f. . - . . , The Fall ami Winter FASHION is a complete guide in planning a ivearable fa)l wardrobe. New—exciting-informative. 'Free pattern prinjcd inside the. book. 25 cents. f : ~ : : Temple Services Planned TojOisejre Yom Kippur Yom Kipper, the Jewish pay of Atoiienrent, will be observed" from Sunday night until Monday sundown. The most sacred holiday of the Jewish year, it is observed with divine services, fasting and special prayers. Yom Kipper services for the congregation of Temple Israel will be conducted by DI. Alfred Vise, rabbi Sunday at 3 p.m. and Monday at 10:30 .'a.m. , •; , '.'.. ft -, . < Monday afternoon services ?.l 2:15 will be .•followed., by- the. annual Memorial Service, and "the conducting service will be solemn confession. D;-. vise will be assisted in all three services by the Temple choir and Harry Vise, Cookeviilc, .Term., who will chant the cantoral songs and the Hebrew responses. The sermon topics follow: Sunday night, "The Mystery of Suffering"Monday morning, "The Task of Re- iioiou"; find Monday afternoon "Life s Brevity." Booster Club Attends Papoose-Whirlwind Game Approximately 29 members of the Blythevllle Booster Club, an Organization composed of Junior -High and High School,students attended the Papoose-Jonesborb game last night to lend their support to the event. Those attending were John Krulz, Naomi Jones, Harry Lum, Anita Oldham, Veinon and Vernle Jen- klia. Nancy Hamby, Becky England, Bobby Hill, Charles Haynes, Wheol- Dyer. Kenneth Alley, Vonita Crump, er Oracey, Peter Abbott, L-'-irry Martha Dyer, Betty Jo Jordan, Dorothy Roilwon, Beauton Stalling*, Joe Shanks, Billy Joe Taylor, Joe Whiscnhunt, Patsy Weaver, Carol Ann Holt, Bcrlon Gaines; Freda Gore, Betty Bargcr. Brit Owen, Jerry Strickland and Earl Coppcdge. M. Johns ,who Is sponsor of the group, also attended. 'School Days' Is Theme O/ Phebean Class Supper Twenty-one members and one guest, Mrs. Raymond Zachery of the Phcbean Sunday school Class or the first Baptist Church met last night for a potluck supper and business meeting at the home of Mrs. John Tyrone. The "School Days" theme was carried out in the decorations *lth i!)f> living room of the Tyrone home transformed Into a school room complete with desk, Each member attending was dressed as a school Bh-1 In shorl gingham dresses. Immediately following supper, tiic devotion was offered by Mrs 3 p Horner followed by the business' sessions over which Mrs; Ester Rowen presided. The following officers were elected: president, Mrs, Homer- vice| president, Mrs. Harry Bogarr fellowship and publicity, Mrs. Vesta Ron-en; class ministeries, Mis Zachery; stewardship, Mrs. John Mayes; secretary and treasurer. Mis. Lola Culbcrslon; assistant secretary and treasurer, Mrs. Roy Brown; socinl chairman, Mrs. H C. Walls. . iVfrs. H. C. Blankenship led the dismissal prayer. Co-hostesses for the affair were Mrs. j. w. Logan and Mrs. John Maycs. . . Black pearls are very valuable because they are rare. Mrs. Downs Is Hostess To Dell W. M.S. Group The W.M.S. of the bell Baptist Church met last night at the home of Mrs. 0. H. Downs, Sr,, with 20 members and one new member, Mrs Tcjii Bennett, attending. •''There Is A Name I Love To Hear" was the hymn chosen to open the meeting with Mrs. A. E. cald- well giving the devotional, "A 11 Things In Common." Speakers and their subjects for the evening were Mrs. Harry Cook, "To Seek - To Understand Is a Christian Attitude;", Mrs. M. B. Griffin, "The Man In Search of A Key," Mrs. C. H. Downs, Jr., "Find The Key To History and To A New Earth," Mrs. Ray Morgan spoke on, "Communism. As A Protest." "Can Coininvnism Be Called A Secular Religion?"-was the chosen subject of Mrs. Beiilah Whaley. "Christianity Looks At Communism," was discussed by Mrs. Jim Henderson and "Christianity Looks At Communist Atheism," by Mrs Hairy Cook. Mrs. Dave Kellnci 1 spoke on, "Christianity Looks At the Shallow Optimism of Communism. "-"What Must We Do To Meet the Challenge of Communism?" was discussed by Mrs. Ohpclia Boyd and "Chrisitianlty Looks At Status of Persons in Communism," by Mrs. Ed Hart. Miss Kuby Earhart di-cussed "Baptist eBhind The Iron Curtain," and Mrs. C. H. Downs, Sr.. spoke on, "Jesus Christ Is the Key." Following the dismissal prayer by Mrs. C. A. Smith, the hostess served refreshmenta. Seven Members Attend Dogwood Club Meeting Seven members of tile Dogwood Home Demonstration Club met Tuesday afternoon at - the Club house for the regular meeting. Mrs. Gertrude Ilollhnan gave the "Eye- Opener," which was a demonstration on a radio bench. Mrs. Holliman also discussed the remodeling of houses. Group plans were made for serv- ,To relieve miser- lies, rub throat, chest and back with comforting Cominq Events Civic Calendar Friday Football: Chicks vs. Little Rock here. Name Address i Commercial ... Type of Float Non-Commercial (Ciicck One) Description of Entry Grabers Will Be Closed Monday, Oct. 3rd On Account of RELIGIOUS HOLIDAY eis Ihe walch thai is built lo lake it! It'i rough and lough lo withstand Ireotmenl. Masterfully de- for men of aclion . . . for >port!, work or dress. Plenty of vali>- oble features make il a sensalionoj buy d this low pricel PAY WEEKLY AT NO EXTRA COST GUARD'S JEWEIJRY STORE Sunday & Monday From »n» Producer of The Unforgettable "Casablanca"... Comes BL1RT LANCASTER PAUL HENREID CLAUDE RAINS PETER IORR[ «• si* mi COIillMCJlWT Direclcd by WILLIAM 01E1ERLE lO-K onrf Stltfrpk, k r WAtHI OCWIGE» I I Metro Short "MEET KING JOE" This aloi-y was written by Dr. George Benson, President of Hru'dhig College. Scarcy, The Premiere Showing was held there this summer Paramount News Continuous Showing Sunday 1:15-11:00 ig lunch at Hit) horse show to'b« ield at the C.'G. Smith sales barn October 7-and 8. •: • • ; : .;'- Hostesse's-for Ihe afternoon weie Koonce and Clyi| e Lutes: They '•' served 'sandwiches' :akcs and Iced drinks. • . .••'.•' Show Starls 7:011 Box Office Opens 6:45 •'• Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts iilj Continuous Shows Sat & Bun. Bareain Night livery Mehl Except Salurday No passes honored on Sunday at Rosy Theatre - Lust Time Today *" Wajlsof Jericho Cornel Wilde and IJmla Darnel] Selected Short Subjects Saturday Serial •'Rockcinun" No. 7 and Short Continuous Shoniiif Sal. ia:30-n !v 8 Sunday & Monday : • (DOUBLK FKATURE) From the files of the FBI THE WITH NAME »A»K smm • HCWD t, smutt E. mt L Fox News Continuous Showing Sun. 1:30-11:00 RITZTHIATRI BY REFRIGERATION Continuous Shows Box Office Opens 1:45 Show SlHrts 2:00 1:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.n LISTEN TO KLCN Last Time Today Topo 7 the Morning with Bins Crosby anil Ann Blylh Paramount News i Shorts Continuous S'lowinj Everj D Saturday OUWES STARRETT ft S»UT \£ BURNETTE Serial "Wild Kill Hickok" No. 1 and Short t'onliniiom Showing Sal. 12:30-11:00 BRANN TILE & FLOOR CO. • Asphalt Tile floors • Il.irilwooil Flours • Rubber Tile Floors V • Rork Wool Insulation " • Wcalhcr Sfripphjj • OrnamcnUil Iron Work • Plaslic Tile Walls All Work Guaranteed A. I,. 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