The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 15, 1949 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 15, 1949
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 194» Bodetu, J\lew& Jane Shelton, Society Editor f Phone 4461 Frances Field, Gerald Blomeyer Wed Yesterday fYanccs Field, rinnglitcr of Dell PTA Meets For First Session •The first meeting of the Dell Parent Teachers Association was held yesterday aflernoon with the following officers pre.scnt: Mrs. W. Mr',"jnd'Mrr7. jVpicldlVonic" the '•*• Wclixiurn, president; Mrs. Noble- bride of Gerald Edward Blomcyer. son of Mrs. E. F. Blomeyer and the late Mr. Blomeyer in a double rin^ ceremony performed ypstmluy at 2 p.m. before relatives and Intimate friends. The vows were pledged at tho Pirst Methodist Church with tho Rev. Boy I. Basrley officiating. Mrs. Freeman Jerni^an wns ma- Iron of honor anrt only attendant. She wore a gray and plaid eliam- bray with grey accessories. She pinned a corsap-e of lleht pink carnations at her shoulder. The bride chose a Collins original of skipper blue satin complemented, with pray arce.^ovips. She carried a colonial nosesay of deep rose carnations and nstcrs centered with a detachable corpse of ear- Gill, vice president', Mrs. C. A. Smith, secretary; and Mrs. O.. B. Himnicutt, treasurer, Cakiwcli, superintendent, introduced the new faculty members. The program. "Children Need To Learn" was led by Mrs. Cnldwcll, \vlio is program chairman. Fallowing ft devotional by Mrs. Fred Boyd special music was presented by Miss Patsy Bltlngcr and L. T. Moore. Jr., Mrs. Lamar VVel- b:mrn. Miss Christine Dobbs. Mr. Caldwell and Miss Charley Ruth Bhnkcnship. Mrs. O. M. Mitchell chairman of the membership committee will be af.slstcd by Mrs. C. R. Harmon, and Mrs. W. S. Blankcnship. Mrs. A. E. j Caldwell, program chairman, Is to Bits of News Condition of Robert Purtle who underwent, an appendectomy Ihls morning at Blytheville Hospital Is satisfactory. Thomas L. Stanford, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Stanford ol Luxorn, lias been enrolled at Kemper Military School at Boonville, Mo., as a college freshman. i.1d denias and Better Times Rose*. Tiny j be assisted by Mrs. Fred Boyd and - • - •• ' *'-- ~- man. Mrs. stained streamers fell from rangement. Freeman Jcyniaan served us best . Blomeyer Ls a graduate of Blytheville high school where she was a charier member of the National Beta Club, a member of the Garden Club nnd the National Honor Society. She attended nrauEhan's, Business College in Memphis. Miss Ruby Karhart. Publicity chairman for the year is Mrs. C. Smith, who will be Mr. Blomeyer is a prnduate of the jzine chairman. by Mrs. Sue Lawrence. Mrs. Kumiicutt Is lo be hospitality chairman, assisted by Mrs. Kurl Brownlee and Mr. Moore. Finance committee chairman Is Mr. Boyd assisted by Mrs. James Tidwcll and W. T. Stewart. Mrs. Charles Kenneth is mat'a- local high school having been member of the Beta Club. Olec Club and P Clubs. He was a member of the football team for four years serving as co-captain for two years. :n 1D« Mrs. Blomeyer was crowned football queen at the Umc Mr. Blomeyer was captain. He attended Mississippi State College, Starkville, anrt Is now employed as manager of tlie Central Cash and Carry Wholesale Grocery. After a brief wedding trip the young couple will be at home at 1707 Hearn. Mrs. Guard Is Hostess To Tri-Town Club, Guesls Mrs. James C. Guard was hostess to Trl-Town Bridge Club and six guests at her home Tuesday afternoon. Guests attending were Mrs. Farrts McCalla. Mrs. Lynn Hughes, Mrs. G. Jerome, Mrs. Harry A. Halncs, Mrs. G. G. Hubbard, Jr., and Mrs. John Arends. In the games Mrs. McCalla won high among the guests with Mrs. Gene Teaford winning high among .the members, Mrs. James Lee Brooks, second and Mrs. Russell H. Farr, the traveling prize. Luxuriant arrangements of aslers and chry&thermims In low crystal bowls were used throughout the entertaining rooms. Mrs. Guard served s dessert course. Delphian Society Opens Fall Program at I lolel The Chickasaw chapter ol the Delphian Society held its flrst meeting after disbanding for the summer months yesterday at 10 a.m. at Hotel Noble. Mrs. Jnincs Crafton presided over the meeting. The study course "The Origin nncl Development of Literature," was led by Mrs. James C. Guard, ns- Forty-clght members attended the neellng with Miss June Howard's hfrd grade and Mr. Stewart's seventh grade winning the prizes for lie most mothers present. Rcfreslnnenl.s were served by (he loslcjises Mrs. Floyd Talc. Mrs. Sam Simons. Mrs. W. A. Martin and Mrs. B. T. Ladner. Calvary Baptist Circles Have Tuesday Meetings Members of the Calvary Baptist B. W. Circles three and four met Tuesday night at the ehurch for a Season of Prayer for State Mis- stons. Mrs. Jim Hoss led in the opening ;iraynr nnd Mrs. P. H. Jcrnlgr.n gave :hc devotional. Mrs. Lee Powell, president, presided over the meeting which was attended by three guests, Mrs. Arris Hicks. Mrs. O. S. Hay and Miss Dorothy Lee I Assisting Mrs. L. C. Kolllson, program chairman, was Mrs. Mark Anderson, Mrs. Leo Powell, Mrs. Ross, Mrs. Larry Byrum and Mrs. Herman May. Mrs. Bob Coleman and Mrs Jernigftn olTcrcd the vocal selection, "Lord. Speak to Me That I May Speak." , Mrs. 1 Anderson dismissed the group with prayer. Nazarene Foreign Mission Meets; Thirteen Attend Thirteen members of the Naz rone Foreign Missionary Society mcl jcstcrday afternoon at the church at 2 p.m. Mrs. John Criner opened the meeting with prayer, nnd Mrs. AU-le .larrett gave the devotional. Assisting Mrs. Oscar Alexander program chairman, was Mrs. Andrew Mayo, and Mrs. H. D. Hal- sisted by Mrs. Walter Day. Mrs. M L. Hughes, Mrs. W. L,. Moxlcy. Mrs Alvin Huffman, Jr., and Mrs. Kendall Berry. Mrs. C. E.~dds and son, Millard Edds, left yesterday for Vivian, La., where Mr. Edds and Miss Billie Turk be married tomorrow. C. E. Udds left today to join them, and the wedding, he and Mrs Edds will 'isil with friends in Texarkana, Jlot Springs and Little Rock lelore returning home. Mrs. Clyde Diane of Dycrsburg Tcnn., is visiting here as guest of ler daughter. Mrs. J. W. Adams, ind family. Mrs. R. A. Nelson. Mrs. L. E Old ind Mrs J. W. Adams arc spending today in Memphis. Rep. li. C. "look" Uathings of West Memphis and Washington D. C., spent a few hours here yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Marshall were among the Blytheville people ii Liuie Rock Saturday for the fool- ball game. Mr. Marshall returned iiome Sunday with Mrs. Marshal remaining for several days visi wilh her parents, Mr. and Mrs Prank Creasey. She returned home Wednesday accompanied by her niece, Dorothy Jane Creasey, who 111 be here for aa extended visit Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith o Joncsboro have returned home after a few days visit here as guests of Mr. Smith's sister. Mrs. Winford Wyntt and Mr. Wyatt. The Rev. W. J, Filzhugh. spcn yesterday in Poplar Bluff, Mo where he attended the ordlnalior Lo the priesthood of the Rev Oeorsc Parrign. Ramona Crafton left Tues day for Gulf Park College, Gulf port, Miss., where she will enrol as a freshman. She was motoret to Memphis by her parents, Mr. am Mrs. Rosco Crafton, and her aun anrt uncle, Mr. and Mrs. T. W Jeffcrles. Miss Crafton Joined group of students In Memphis fo Ihe remainder of tlie trip. Condition of Miss Belly Lo Haynes, who was injured In a fa yeslerdny afternoon at the hig school is satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Woodrar left yeslerday for - St. Louis for several days visit. Mrs. W. F. Filzhugh of Helena will arrive' Salurday for several days visit with her son,' the Rev. W. 'J.' Pitzhugh, Ntrs. Fitzhugh and family. Mrs. Arris Hicks of Joncsboro Is spending several day's here As guesl of Mrs. Hubert Polsgrove. Miss Julia Swink left today for Jackson. Tenn., where she will be a student tit Lambuth College. 'Miss Annette Whistle, daughter of Mr- and Mrs. C. H. Whistle has returned to Fasslfern, Henderson. N. G.--where she will be a senior. Prior to leaving for school Miss Whistle >pent a week In pngcland, S. C.. as guest of her roommate. Miss Mary Well Hershy. Coming Events Social Calendar Friday Ladies Bible class of the First fethodist Church meets at the ome ol Mrs. Bell Wood, 120 Dou ? an «t 2:30 p.m. Friday Rook club meets with Mrs. Vllllam Berryman, Mrs. Lendennle Fowler hostess to C. B. C. Club. Executive Board of Lanee School vill meet at 3 p.m. at the home ol Mrs. R. A. Nelson. Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Phil Robinson, Mr and Mrs. L'd Regcnold, Mr. anc vlrs. Jimmy Stevenson. Mr. and tlrs. A, R. Olsen and Mr. and Mrs 'arris McCalla hosts and hostesses o Cotillion Club at Legion Hut al 9 pin. The Zola Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma ,will have Its first meeting at 1:30 p.m. al the home of Mrs M. T. Burr, 600 Pecan in Osceola. \urdette Junior Class Announces . New Officers The Junior Class of Burdelle High School elected oncers for the school ear al a meeting Friday with the ollowing Uklng office Immediately: iam Duncan, president, Melvin Croskno, vice - president; Jackey j Woodard, secretary and treasurer; xn'le Giles, chairman of Ihe enter- ahnnent committee. First, of several class activities fill be a wiener roast Friday night at the home ol Miss Giles, after vhich (he group will attend the Blythfville-Paragould football games at 8 p.m. Civic Calendar Friday HAPl'V HiuTHDAV—Beaming rmppily, DUl tired, «mld an array 7!u tb |lere C " iCkS "' ! ' arilsl> "" 1 ' of gifts is James rocker Kubanks who recently celebrated Ills sixth blrth- |)m ere ' day at St. Vincent's Infirmary in Little Rock where he is a polio patient. Tuesday St. Vincent's convnlcs-* Sudbury PTA Has Regular Meeting Th e Sudbury Parent .,_ „ Association met yesterday alter-! day of James Tucker Kubimks, son cent ward had a festive air about it as donors, nurses and patients made ready to celebrate a very Teachers special occasiim-thc sixth birth- noon in the school auditorium for ; of am! Mn. Everett Kubank.s of To begin the 'Kins fur a Day" role. was an extra day nf visit with his parents and for the first time since bfint; stricken with polio July :10 a visit, with his grandmothers. Mrs. r. E. Eiibaiiks aiwl Mrs. P. T. Tlie approximately 35 gitt.s were centered with a birthday cake complete with c.ilHlles. Allhol'Kh the the first se.ssion of the school yen The meeting was opened by sroup uging of the PTA song accutnpan- led by Mrs. R;\lpli Berrymim. Mrs. Jesse M. White offered the opening prayer. The thune of the year, "Our Children Need" was dihcib.sed by Mrs. E. F. Fry. principal. Mrs. Jane Hay gave the devotional with Mrs. D. c. McLean reading Ihe president.'s me.-,sj[;e, Jolm Maycs, county school supervisor, gave a demonstration on the new visual aid machine. Mrs. George Stilwcll, president presided over the meeting witli ail new teachers and committees being introduced to the group. The group voted to give prizes to the 100 percent membership Osceo/o PTA Meets voom5 - f ., ( \AtHighSchool Prizes for the ronms having the largest number of mothers present were awarded lo Mtss Meadow's and Miss Martin's rooms. A social hour for the group followed the dismissal. such an array ..... horses, cars, tractors. balloons and many others to deii:;!'.l the eye of any child. At) added treat was ice-cream and chocolate milk to go with the birthday cake for the Ruests which included Dr. Vida Gordon. Dr. J. M. Hudley and nurses in the ward Favors of cal face balloons were presented each little guest by Mrs Everett Enbanks, who, after having piotnos made were tucked in for a much needed rest—15 tired but very hnppy children. One of the nicest gifts of all was placed on Ihe bed-Mde table and { Dr - Gordon's announcement tha ' James Tucker could soon be moved lo the Arkansas Crippled Children's Home, which is quite a step towarc fulfillment of the dream of so man afternoon's entertainment was very limited 30 en^?i hands awaited the — home — home which is going opening nf cite which were passed I mean school, games, books, tractor along and Damped with the ap- | anrt best of al[ Mother and Daddj proval of c:ich vouns patient—anil I Alter all six is a nice age. The O.iccola Parent Teachers Association met yesterday afternoon at the high school for Ihe first I nice-tins of the year with Mrs. D. Dell WSCS Meets Last Night in Hall Home The Women's Society of Chris tian Service of the Dell Method ' dist clnircl1 mp t l as t night at th Mrs. Lloyd Hostess To Yarbro H. D. Group Seventeen members were present for the meeting of the Yarbro Home Demonslrntion Club Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Clyde Bunch with Mrs. E B. LU>yd hos- to the group. "Melody Song" and a poem. "A Song for Comfort" were used to j open the meeting. i Tlie 13th Psalm was read by Mrs. | Dave Abbott. I J Each member answered 'the roll \ call by telling what she would like! , most to have new for her home. V. Malocti ircsldjng. i home of Mrs. E. H. Hall with Mrs Fred poser, faculty member, led j D. W. Cranford co-hoslcss to th 26 members present. Mrs. W. T. Stewni't became a new niemher of the group. Mrs. R. C. Brian opened the meeting with prayer. C. FYnnklin Sanders, superintendent, introduced the new /acuity members and com- miuee chairman. A recommendation from the Ex- ecu i i vc Board to form a sepa rate PTA for the high school was presented, voted upon and passed. A nominating committee for officers Three Cooter, Mo., Pupils •ligible to Make Tour Ernestine Sexton was first prize Inner in a eight-point contest at Cooter High. School, and will be one of three students to win tours of Missouri, this week-end. Max Johnson was the second Highest ranking student when faculty members Judscrt students on eight points. The third winner was Helen Maelin. The judging gave 15 points for scholarship. 15 for attendance, 15 for sportsmanship, 15 for cillzen- shlp. and 10 points each for altitude, courtesy, punctuality, and activities. A rating similar to this will be set up for. elementary school at Cooicr. and prizes granted eacli quarter. Lone Oak H. D. Group Meets at Taylor Home Mrs. W. B. Taylor wa.s hostess lo members of the Lone Oak Home Demonstration Club Monday after, noon at her home for a business meeting, Mrs. Forrest Moore, who presided, gave a demonstration on making reed trays. "Secicl Pi-lends" exchanged gitt., during l!ie afternoon's activities. A s-'.ndwich plate and iced drinti were served by Mrs. Taylor. R1TZ THIATRI [BY REFRIGERATION Uox (Hfire Openf 1 -45 Shaw SUMs 2:<U> I';l5 p.m IrMj p. USTKN I'O Kl,fN ^ l'hui>.:;iy & Krirlay ' Paramount News A .Slioils Conimtu'us Shut* ing Kvervday The Ritz Theatre has a Cry-Room where mothers with frettm* babies cun see and hear Hie show m comfort, Box Office Opens 6:45 Shuw Starts 7:(Hl Open* Suniluy I :(K)\ Starts 1:15 Continuous Shuws. Sat. & Sun Bargain Night Every N'ight Except Saturday No passes honored on Sunday at Roxy Theatre After a short business session tile new year books were passed out and discussed. Mrs. Cranford and Mrs. Curtis Duncan led a program . on Faith. They were assisted by Mrs. Arthur Penter and Mrs. Oral Hunnicutt. Thursday & Friday BETTE DAVIS „ >~ WARNER BROS! NEW SUCCESS WINTER MEETING «*•••••• •••••»•••••• mmm --J^^KH • ;*«ES f^'S (M uR —J fl - l :Ji l o!!:5J' VINDUST ' H ENRT*BLANxr Selected Short Subject FOR SALE .CONCRETE CULVERT TILE Costs you less yet lasts longer than any other bridge, material. Sizes g-10-13-15-18-21-21-21-30- 36 inches. CONCRETE SEWER TILE Sizes 4-6-8 Inches CONCRETE _. SEI'TIC TANKS f| • Best 1'rices • We Deliver A. H. WEBB Highway M at Stale Line Phone 7H on remodeling old dte-vses. Following dismissal the drinks. Mrs. Luma Welbourn dismissed ! for the high school PTA were scl- the group with prayer „,.,„„ ..... ,.,„,...,.., Mrs Jgh|1 Low . e> Thc hosUss ^ rved ^ dcsser[ and Mrs. c. L. Thc Hospitality committee, Mrs. At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Dismissed: W. F. McCann, city. Anita WitlK, Holland. H B(J j Mrs c , oahc y wnite Mrs . 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