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PAGE POUR BLYTHEVILLE' (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, APRIL 18, 1950 <? • 4 eXteiefy, Shelton, Society Editor i PhoM 4461 Miss Deskln Is Wed To Herbert Kinninmonth Miss Dorothy Deskln, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Deskln, became the bride of Herbert Kinninmonth, son of Mrs. Rosa Klimlnmonth and .the late Mr. Kinninmonth of Blytheville, In a ceremony performed Sunday April 16. The Rev. Lcroy Henry, pastor of the Yarbro Methodist Church, officiated at the exchange 01 vows In the church parsonage, ' Mrs. William Kinnlnmonth, sls- tcr-in-law of the groom, served as matron of honor and only attendant. She was dressed In a suit of grey gabardine with which "she wore black accessories. She pinned • white carnations at her shoulder. The bride chose for her wedding costume a suit of powder blue with harmonizing navy blue accessories. Her bridal flowers were pink •carnations. William Kinninmonth served his brother as best man. • Immediately following the ceremony, a reception honoring the couple was given at the home of the bride's parents. . Later In the evening. Mr. Kinninmonth and his bride left on a southern wedding trip after which they will be at home in Blytheville "where both are connected - in " : . Stewart's Drug Store. • Mrs. Kirininmonth is a graduate of Blytheville High School. Mr Kinninmonth attended schools In Tennessee and Arkansas and Is a "•veteran of two years foreign duty with the Army. • * • Birthday Is Observed •With Party for 10 Guests The 13th birthday of Ruthie May Cooper, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. -Leo Kelly was celebrated lust night '"•when Mr. arid Mrs. Kelly cnterlain- , ed with a. party for 10 guests at i.'their home. , The group spent the evening In '• games and contests In the entertaining room, which was decorated with vases of mixed spring flowers. .'During the evening prizes were "^presented J. G. Cooper, Ethel Mae -Webb and Mildred Russell. ' Gifts were presented the honoree 'after which the birthday cake was cut and served with Ice cream, -candies and' party foods. "Happy '}: Birthday, Ruthie May" spelled out ''in candy letters, circled the edpe ''erf the cake, with 13 burning can- .j'lea providing the light for the '-'' eenring. ... Tri-Deh* Meet ! At Evrard Home, V Mrs. Joe Ivrard and Mrs. Parrls ; ; McCaHa were hostesses last night .' to nine members of:the Delta Delta V Delta alumna • association at the " : Evrard home for a business-social ;:; meeting., , : -: Mrs. Charles Bittner presided ov- .•••r the-business session after which ": t*i« group sperit the , remainder o: ' the'evenlng In bridge. • The guests "were seated °t !ndl- ' Tldual tables which were centered with low bowls holding clusters o :• violets. Spring flowers In crysto " •vases were placed at intervals throughout the Evrard home. During the evening, Mrs. McCalla won high, and Mrs. Wallace Hoke second high at bridge. Preceding.the game, the hostcsse served a dessert course. .Church Group Elects Officers Bits of News By Sue Burnetl Here Is a darling little playsuitnnd bonnet combination for those active youngsters of the family. The sun- suit is sleeveless and has bloomer legs. Note buttoned pockets. The open-crown bonnet is easy to launder. Pattern No. 8592 Is a sew-rlte perorated pattern in sizes 3, 4, 5, 6, -and 8 years. Size 4, play dress. % yards of 35 or 39 Inch; bonnet, i yard. The Spring and Summer FASHION offers many Ideas for a mart new wardrobe. Special edi- [on < — more - American Designer Originals — easy to sew styles — ;ift pattern printed Inside. 25 cents. J\>r this pattern, send 25 cents, n COINS, your name, address size desired, and.the PATTERN NUMBER, to Hue Burnett, Courier News, i30 South Wells Street, Chicago 7, 11. '. , Send 25 cents now for the Spring and Summer FASHION. 48 pages of : styles, fabric news, special features. Free pattern printed inside Lhe book. Mrs. H. O. Blankenshlp, Mrs. E, M. Eaton and Mrs. Boyce Moore returned Sunday night from a week's visit In Amarlllo, Tex., as- guests of relatives and friends. The group also visited In Fort Worth and Stiawnec, Okla. In Shawnee they were guests of the Rev. and Mrs. R. S. Balrd and family. The Hcv. Mr. Balrd Is former minister of the First Baptist Church.In Blytheville. The group was accompanied home by Mrs. W. A. Blankenshlp of Am- arlll °- hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard P. Graham and family left this morning for Baton Rouge, La., where Mr. Graham will assume assistant man- agership of the S. H. Kress store there. En route. Mrs. Graham and family will visit for several days In Jonesboro as guests of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Hamilton, before Joining Mr. Graham In Baton Rouge. Mrs. J. C. Ellis. Jr., has been removed to her home on Barfield Road from Memphis Baptist Hospital where she recently underwent a major operation. Her condition Is satisfactory. Mrs. Delia Ozee and Mrs. Sally Needbam spent the weekend In Jonesboro as guests of relatives and friends. C. TJ. Nabers Is seriously 111 at his home, 1026 West Walnut. Mrs. Marcus Evrard Is In Birmingham, Ala., where she attended the funeral of Mrs, W. M. McKen- zle, former Blytheville resident, held .this morning from St. Paul's Cathedral. Mrs. J. Louis Cherry has returned from Little Rock and Paris, Ark., where she visited relatives. Mrs. Vance Alexander and daughter. Hazel Brook, and son, Mike, are visiting here as guests of ; ~rs. Alexander's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips. Mrs. James Coming Events Social Calendar Tuesday American Legion Auxiliary meets at 8 p.m. at the Legion Hut. Mrs, Hlldred Bunch hostess to Circle Seven of the First Methodist Church at her home at 8 p.m. Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meets with Mrs. Jernlti- ^ne Farmer at 7:30 p.m. Miss Kay Rowcll, co-hostess. Alpha Be(a Chapter of Epsllon Sigma Alpha sorority hostess to rushees with progressive dinner beginning at the home of Miss Alma Cain at 1 p.m. Wednesday Central PTA has monthly meet- Ing at the First Baptist Church. Executive Board'meets at 2:30 p.m. Regular meeting at 3 p.m. Mrs. H. C. Allen entertained Club Eight. Wednesday Club meets with Mrs W. J. Pollard. Mrs. Bill Taylor entertains Alpha Beta Bunco Club. Alpha Delta Chapter o( Beta Sigma Phi meets at 2:30 p.m. at Hotel Noble with 'Mrs. Jack Haw- lings and Mrs. Blake Polly, co- Arkansas Federation of Women's Clubs Convenes Here Thursday Thursday C and N Birthday Club meets willt Mrs. Walter Lutes at 1:30 p.m. Pathfinders Sunday School Class of the First. Methodist Church has monthly social at Church at 7:30 p.m. Hostesses for the potluck- mceting, are Mrs. Wagner Aclnms. Mrs. Clint Caldwell, and Mrs. Vance Henderson. Mrs. George Saliba, Jr.. hostess to Thursday Rook Club. ' Avalon Bunco meets with Mrs. John Clouse. Mrs. Robert' McHaney honors Kibitzer Club. ThJ'rscay contract meets with Mrs. Edpar P. Bonim. Mrs. Jack Henry hostess to Nu Phi Mu sorority at. her homo at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Monroe Besharse,' co- hostess. Friday Mrs. R. A. Porter hostess to Friday Club. Lucky Rook entertained by Mrs. J. O. Huey, Chapter "N" of PEO Sisterhood meets for 1 p.m. luncheon at W, H. Pease home. Mrs. Pease and Mrs. Harry KIrby co-hostesses. Mrs. T. T. MardU MlM Willie La The 53rd annual convention of the Arkansas Federation of Wo men's Clubs will be staged In Blytheville Thursday, with the Blythe ville Woman's Club and past presidents of the Forrest City Dlstric serving as hosts. \ Blytheville members were com-' pleting plans for the convention activities today and Mrs. Kendall Berry, president, announced the convention program. Pre-Conventlon activities, consisting of conferences of resolution, finance, executive, department, division, district chairmen and the board of directors, will begin at 5 p.m. Thursday. Highlights of the convention, to Wesley WSCS Has New Member Mrs. J. W, Wool hi ms met *s a new member of the Wesley Memor- WSCS when nine members met at the church yesterday for the bimonthly meeting. Program topic for the afternoon wns, "Youths, Our Partners In Kingdom Building." Mrs. Floyd Davis read selections of scripture after which the group sang, "When The Whole World Lives For Jesus." Mrs, W. B, Yount led the opening prayer followed by the program, whtch was presented by Mrs. William O'Neal nnd Mrs. R. E. Davis. A business session wns conducted following the program. The meeting wns adjourned with prayer led by Mrs. J. R. Coleman. Mrs. Rupert Crafton was name president for the 1950-51 session the.Women's Council of the Firs - Christian Church yesterday at th weekly meeting of the group. The combined executive board and general meeting was held at the Russell Hays home at 2i30 p.m. with Mrs. Eric Whltley and Mrs. John McHaney co-hostesses. Mrs. C. A. ,Tant presided over the meeting with Mrs. Lester D. Strubhar directing the worship service. Committee reports were given after which Mrs. J. C. Ellis presented n program discussion from the boot, "World Call." Other officers presented by the t nominating committee nnd accepted bv the grouo for the July 1, 1950 to June 30, 1D51 year were vice- president, Mrs. Freeman Robinson; recording secretary. Mrs. James Terry; treasurer, Mrs. Ben Harpole; world call secretary. Mrs, R. L. Dcdman; and corresponding secretary, Mrs. Albert Taylor. The meeting was closed with the pronouncing, of the benediction. It was announced that (here would be no group meetings next week. Church Women Name Delegates Plans were made for delegates to attend the Presbyterlnt Meeting, which Is being held today nnd tomorrow in Morrilton. at the weekly meeting of the Women of the Presbyterian Church yesterday nt the church. i Mrs. G. W. Dillnhuntry, president, presided over the business session during which time Mrs. H. C. Patton. Jr., Mrs. Walter Day nnd Mrs. Mllahunty were named delegates to he meeting. Mrs. G. W. Dillahimty, president, er. assisted by Mrs. Hugh Hudson and Mrs. Ross Stevens, presented the program. "In The Fellowship of the Saints." Hostesses for the social hour following dismissal, \vcrc Mrs. G. C. Councille, Mrs. Joe P. Pride, Sr., and Mrs. A. F. Dietrich. Tull and children. Jimmy nnd Ann, of Frankfort, Ky., are spending the week here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hays SnlHvan and Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Hale. Mrs. Ruth Brickell of Senntobia. Mtss., Is visiting here as guest of Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Matthews. Mr. and Mrs. Harry H, Levitch and Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Platt were In Memphis last night where they attended the banquet given by the Memphis Jewish Welfare Fund at which Vice President. Alben W. Barkley was guest speaker. Mr. Barkley spoke concerning the Plight of Palestine and the work that the United Jewish Appeal has done In bettering present conditions. Mr. Levitch, who Is general chairman of the Mississippi County United Jewish Appeal, announced that the Blytheville campaign would get under way with a banquet to be given April 30 a£ Temple Israel. Nationally^known speakers will arjpear. . Mr: r and Mrs. Edgar D. Oslin. Jr.. of Claricsvtlle. Ark., were the weekend guests of Mrs. Oslin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Parks and brother, Jimmy Parks, Mr, Oslin Is a student at the College of the Ozarks, Dr. and Mrs. Carl Goetsch and children of Berkeley, Calif., are visiting here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hays Sullivan and Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Hale. Condition of C. V. Sebaugh, who returned Friday from St. Luke's Hospital. St. Louis, where he had been undergoing treatment, Is reported Improved. Mrs. O. \V. Dillahunty, Mrs. H. C Patton, Jr., and Mrs. Walter Day are In Morrilton today where thcj are attending the Presbyteria Meeting. They plan to return home tomorrow. Mrs. R. W. Vrska and infant son, Rudolph William, Jr., returned yesterday from .Memphis Methodist Hospital. Mrs. Vrska. Mr. Vrska and family will temporarily be at home with Mrs. Vrska's parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. Modtnger, Sr.. on Walnut. Mission Study Presented Circles "Presses at Work™ wns the program subject presented to Circles One. Two and Five of Calvary Baptist Church yesterday at the weekly meeting nt the church. Mrs. Cecil Jackson was program director' for ;he mission study. The meeting was opened by group singing of "Footsteps of Jesus" followed by the group's repeating of the WMU watchword nnd a prayer led by Mrs. Henry McCain. Mrs. McCain also presented the devotional after which Mrs. P. H. Jernl- gan gave the opening discussion. Mrs. Jernigan chose for her subject, "Behind the Bamboo Curtain." Mrs. Woodrow Wilder discussed I "Ten Million Bibles for Japan" af- ! ter which Mrs. .Reba Priest spoke based on the theme, "Today Is Ours," will include a cotton style show and luncheon at the Hotel Noble on Friday, prior to a tea at the Osceola Progressive Club House under the sponsorship of the Osecola club. The tea will honor Mrs.. Oscar A. Ahlgren, an honor guest of the convention who will speak at the final session Friday; Mrs. Earl Rhodes of Stuttgart, chairman of the membership committee of the national organization and state parliamentarian; Mrs. T. T. Mardls of~Harrisburg, state president; and Mrs. J. T. Capllnger of England president of the Arkansas Federation of Junior Women's Clubs. Miss Lawson to Speak The 6:30 p.m. session will feature an address by Miss Willte Lawson, manager of the schools division of the Democrat Printing and Lithograph Company- at Little Rock and formerly Mississippi County .School WMU,Guests Hear Service Program Sixty-four members of the WMIJ if the First Baptist Church met •csterday afternoon at the church 'or a Royal Service program which ivas directed by Mrs. J. Q. Barnes, cader from Circle Four which was in charge of the afternoon's program. Mrs. Ted King, president, opened the meeting with the watchword and group singing of the WMU nymn, Mrs. E. F. Blomeyer led in prayer. "These Things Write We" was the devotional subject presented by Mrs. n. E. Van Hooser, after which Harry Frltlzus presented a vocal selection. Mrs. Murray Smart was accompanist. • '. • Principal speaker 'for the afternoon was Mrs. James Tully o( Frankfort, Ky.. houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Hays Sullivan and Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Hale. Mrs. Tully chose as her topic, "Presses at Work for God." Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon closed the meeting with prayer. Supervisor. Her address will be en- itled "What Other People Think.' An informal reception honorln Mrs. Ahlgren, at which the Junlo Federation of Women's clubs wil hostess, will conclude Frida: events. Music and art programs are scheduled during the day's program. The Arkansas Federation of Junior Womens Clubs will be convened at the Woman's club here at the same time the senior group is meet- Ing at the First .Christian church. Convention headquarters for both groups will be at the' Hotel Noble. The Junior Progressive Club of OsceoU will be host to the junior group, with Mrs. N. G.' Cartwrlght, chairman of the arrangement committee; Mrs. Vernon Ashton, Mrs. Ralph Wilson, Mrs. Jimmy Erwln and Mrs. Roland Anders serving on her committee. The Woman's Club will begin registration at 9 a.m. on Friday and the junior convention registration will begin at 11 a.m. The committee on arrangements Guests Attend WSCS Meeting Mrs. Henry Youhg^ Mrs. Marcus Gaines and Mrs. A. A. Hardy, representatives of the Promised Land WSCS, attended the weekly meeting of the Lake Street WSCS yesterday at the Church. Fifteen members of the group attended the meeting which was opened with prayer by Mrs. Young after which Mrs. Billy King, president, conducted a business session. During the business session, Mrs. George Shanks reported on the chicken supper which the group sponsored Friday night at the church. "Ecunumical church" the final in the lesson studies taken from the book. "We The people of the Ecu- numical church" was presented by Mrs. jimmie Sanders, leader. Mrs. W. L. Green presented the devotional "Our Faith for Building A World Christian Community Through Prayer" after which she led in singing, "This Is My Father's World." Scripture, taken from the second chapter of Timothy, was RELUCTANT BRIDE-TO-BE —Mireya Urgidi, 22-year-old Bolivian now attending a business school in Tulsa, Okla., has asked for refuge in the United States, rather than go home and marry a rich man twice her age. Miss Urgidi says she lias been ordered by her father to marry a wealthy I diplomat friend of the family, but she prefers to remain in Tulsa as a v:orking girl. Now on a student's visa, which expires June 30, the young beauty appealed to the U. S. Naturalization Onice for help. Buy tuna fish that Is "flaked" or "grated" for "se In sandwiches, for the lunchbox. Solil pack tuna Is particularly delicious in a cream sauce when It is not broken up in pieces that are too small. Stir the fish carefully after you add It to the white sauce. >-^ for the State Federation meeting Is' read followed by the group singing, Mrs. John W. Edrington, of Os- j "A Charge to Keep I Have." ceola; Mrs. S. L. Gladish, Mrs. P. The dismissal prayer was led by. S. Matthews, Mrs. w. H. McCain, Mrs; S. S. Sternberg, and Mrs. Marion Dickens. Mrs. George Lee Is convention chairman and is serving with Mrs. W. S. Johnson as program chairman. Mrs. Oreen. Keep small quantities of apples In the refrigerator; cool moist storage helps apples to keep their crisp quality. on, "Unlimited Latin America." Opportunities in Mrs. Lloyd Coleman spoke on "What We Can Do to Keep the Press Going for God?" Mrs. Jackson concluded the yiro- gram with, "Love Thy Neighbor." Prayers were offered during thr afternoon by Mrs. Vernon Gean Mrs. J. W. Tomlinson, Mrs. Sam McGhce, Mrs. Luclan Gaines anrt Mrs. Jack Attaway. The meeting was closed wit> prayer by Mrs. Woodrow Wilder. 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