The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 16, 1949 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 16, 1949
Page 5
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, SEPTCTrBER 18, 194? (9 . J. •^acteut Jane Sheltou, Society Editor § Dance Last Night Honors Thursday Supper Club Mr and Mrs. George Lee, Mr, at Mrs. Russell Hays and Mr. and Mr Paul Pryor were hosts and to approximately 65 members an guests of the Thursday Supper Clu last night at the American Lcglo Hut. Guests for the affair include Mr. and Mrs. Frank Seay, Mr. an Mrs. Floyd HaraLson. Mr. and Mr Gordon Henley, Mr. and Mrs. Jac Pinley Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Joh Caudill, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Adams Jr. ,and Mr. and Mrs. Hadly Hays The buffet supper was serve trom tables overlaid with whit sloths and centered at interva rith arrangements of asters an « il flowers. * * * Mrs. McCalla Honors Thursday Luncheon Club Mrs. Harmon Taylor was gues yesterday when Mrs. Fan-Is Me Calla entertained the Thursda Luncheon Club at Hotel Noble The serving- table from which th two-course luncheon was served wa overlaid with a white cloth and cen tered with an arrangement of pin and purple assorted fall flowers. In the games, Mrs. Sanford Boon won high, with Mrs. Bill Pease win ning second. Mrs. Webb Complimented At Shower Wednesday Mrs John Conk and .Mrs. Harol Hamilton were hostesses to te guests Wednesday afternoon at th Cook home with a layette showe in compliment to Mrs. Ellis Webb Decorations of the home modifie the pink and blue motif. In the games prizes were award ed Mrs. Glen Mitchell. Mrs. Curti Freeman and Mrs. Harry Wheat. Pink and blue refreshments wer served in compliment to the chosei colors. Mrs. Elkins Compliments (Jlythevjlle Rook Club Mrs. o. O. Elkins was hostess to members of the Blytheville Rook Club yesterday afternoon at hei home. In the rook games, Mrs. R. A Copeland won high, Mrs. Elva.Poe second with Mrs. Roy Head rooko Fall flowers arranged In potters tases were used throughout the en terlaining rooms. The hostess served a desser course. Thursday Rook Club Feted By Mrs. Neville Blakemore The Thursday Rook Club met yes terday at the home of Mrs. Neville Blakemore for the weekly meeting, *ith two guests present. Mrs Eu . In the games Mrs. Dale Horn won Wgh, Mrs. Harold Hinson low and Mrs. Blakemore rooko. Potted plants and fall floweri decorated the home. n °v,ers Delight ?o a the 10gr ues-tr ed S »*"^ lalon Club, New Member At Shamblin Home ' W - J - became a new m h' -- ecame a ne member of the Avalon Bunco Club yesterday when Mrs. Raynio d Mrs. to won high, Mrs^c.n'rtes^uncT'and Mrs. Buss Knttinger, low Mrs, Shamij.,, served a'sandwich plate and iced drinks. • • * At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Martin Jones, City Walls Hospital Dismissed: c Mrs. A. P. chiloVss. and baby, Mrs. Bill McClurc. City "-;. Wilbur Ashmore and baby, Vs. Morris Bailey and baby Ca- ruthersvllle, Mo.i c _-Mrs. Jamn. 5 o Hanoi, and baby. Blythcvillc Council of Church Women In H^k^vn C^^w*M»^M k.Ai^—* * • Brs of News *&f Former Missionary in Japan Ph(me KEN " IXY Gerald Edward Blcmeyer who was ,,„,„ . ^.,.. u tAiwara Bicnieyer who was ^i^.™'™^^™* — ™*. **»**«« o, Mr . J. J. Field. The double ring ceremony was read -'. Metiiodist Church with the Rev. Roy i. Bagley Executive Board for Girl Scouts Plans Activities or Coming Year Mr. anOMrs. L. G. NashThave re turned frai West Point, Miss. Mr. ana Mrs. Louis Trowbrldge and famil) of St. Louis will arrive today to b the weclc-end guests o Mrs. Trow^-idge's parents, Mr. am Mrs. w. QBuchanan. Mr. andjMrs. O. J. Rogers returned hole today from Jonesboro where the* spent several days as guests of M. and Mrs. Guy Rogers and familyl Mis'. Danln McLeod and daughter, Miss Ail McLeod. spent Wednesday in Mmphis as guests of Mr and Mis. Wrren Pyre and family Miss PollylWilson left Thursday for St. Loiiisjvhere she will be connected with jjarnes Hospital. Mr. and Ms. A. E. Henry and daughter, fofaerly of Blytheville who have bcci making their home for the past fro years in Colorado Springs, Colo.hiave returned here to make Midi-home. Mr. and MisJIoliii Tom Reeder of Kcnnctt amiouice the birth of a daughter last iijht. The baby who is their first clid, has been named icrrie Mac. irs. Reeder is the former Miss Dojilliy Millc r. Or. J. P. Bropson will spend n week in Chlcagi where he will do special studies 'V Chicago Clinic Mrs. Brownson *U spend the week with her sister, i* s . Albert McCann in Crystal Lake. HI. They will ie- luni Monday. Sett. 26. Mrs. Roy Harpe. of St. Louis has arrived to spend fevcra! days here thcr> Mrs " A Miss Nancy Pty-tlow will leave Sunday for the l/iivcrsity of Ala- M'na, Tusculoosa.U-hcre she will The executive board of the Lone*. Troop Association for formance Scouts last night outlined a program for the association this rear, and announced plans for a ookie sale, tea, and an open house or the newly-decorated "Little House" during the District Pali- Mrs. Glenn O. Ladd. president aid that the boajd last.night dis- ussed budget requirements for the ollowmg year, and that a cookie ale was planned for the near fu- ure to otfset a depleted treasury Funds for the organization are rovided through the Community Chest, and the allottment for the rganr/ation was cut last year when he chest quota was not readied Mrs. Ladd said today that the oard had set September 24 as res stration day, and that girls be- woen ages of seven and H should egistcr 'after 10 a.m. at the First letliodist Church. She explained nat old members would be required " register to remain in the troops 1 that new members could akn egister then. The -Little House." recently aimed lo carry put the Girl Scout L™"' olor scheme, will be open foir tw' ays during the fair for visitors nd in this connection Mrs. Ladd .id that the board last night dopted new house rules for the anous troops. • an nual tea is scheduled to be -ictcd the last week in Oc°i n r> » and tcntativ e Plans call for T - -•-inouncfng <Je .laii t s° ^ h ° nCrC " Mrs. Ladd said that the mo n w - as '" ur e<«it need for nice Brownie leaders and troon aders at both Smlbury and LaZ •hose nnerestert should contact h?r • m = et| ng last night was con- hitsitt iniT w°' ne ° f Mrs ' H "E'< nnsitt, 1031 WPS. \V,,|M,,I V.F.W, in Steele Sponsors Presentation of Drama "The Light Eternal-, a religious drama will be staged in Steele. Mo., again tonight, ^ ------- -, , r, itvi 0 a|| C Wlil "» a junior. MisslPartlow will be motored to school V Marvin Nunn, Jr and Mr. Numi Sr. They will re ura by BJrmingLm where they will be accompanied home by Mrs Nuiin who has bcnL visiting th er e as guest of her daugiter and family Mr. and Mrs. E. H Woodson ha« eturncd from Pcrjy, Ga. where ^hey spent «ever.l> M as gucsU of their daughter, Me. John s Hudson and Major HuLn. They a so . AUss Ann McLeod will leave to morrow for Cotey junior 18 By Sue Burnett Heres a stunning date frock for juniors that's fun to sew—a slimming princess style that shows of a youthful figure to perfection Sunburst darts nip In your waist to practically nothing Patern No. 8512 is a sew-rite perforated pattern for sizes 9. 1] 12 12, 14 ,15. 16 and 18. Size 11 4 yards of 39-inch. For this pattern, send 25 cents n COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News =30 South wells Street. Chichgo 1, This Fall and Winter FASHION • a complete guide In planning a vearable fall wardrobe. Ne'w-exclt- ng-informatlve. Free .pattern ited inside the book, 25 cenls. , Marriage Liceneses Robert Morris of Mareteii Mo and Mrs. juaniia George of Warden',' Antonio Santas*and Mi.* Gcnc- \ena Rodriquez. both o[ Manila Carroll Franklin Glisson to Miss $250 IN PRIZES Will Be Offered This Yciir in (he Clothing From Cotton Bags Contest Held in Connection with (he Notional Cotton Pickng Contest Prize winning garments will be modeled at nie Cotton Picking Contest on October 7 and all garments entered must be made from cotton bags. Write for details and entry blank to Clothing Prom Cotton Bags Contest, P. o. Box 618, Blytheville. But enter now I . ., after the first per, sponsorship of the VF'w at 8:30 the typical boy and girl will be selected and awarded prizes . . 1 . ja Miss Joan Campbell left »y for the University 'of Arkan The production is being directed ce by Mi.« Shirlce SteiiL a United Productions representative . ,. s orvillc O Elki , - rad Frame fa general chairman for Jr, of rinkley will arrive the V. P. w. Mrs. Winston Brow ve ngh to be the weekend guests of t«.| . n and Mrs. Irene Johnson are choir o Parents. Mr. and Mrs G V . and Mrs. .o. o. Elkins, Sr Those participating . . , Jack Homer will leave Sunday fn xi Hudirens, John Turner Fra e unday Lexington, Va., where he will L Kay Frame, Hobart Potent. Howard , ., e w sophoniorc at Washington and l!e . Graham, Clarence and Bert Polcel c, Hulsey. Lester Vauphn Ralph Jones. Robert Gilchell, Harry Burden, Leslie Barron and Wade IMlenbeck. Charles George. Lois Smith. Grace -ame, Emma Jean Hinchpv M-u-y Joanne Dates. Jo Ann Graham Mary and Bert Wells. VAN JOHNSON S««n Pin by CHARltS SCHflCE Dhtcteit by ROY ROWLAND • Produced by HARRY RAPF A METRO.COtOWYN.|||»YER PICTURE Paramount News & Selected Shorts Continuous Showing Sunday 1:15-11 ;<M) to., as guests of her mother, Mrs itaude Grady, while their home at 301 West Walnut Is being remort- led. Mrs. Junior Frazier and son Butch of Portageville, Mo., auci Mrs. Neville Blaltemore are spending today in Memphis. Miss Betty Black left Wednesday ir Vanderbilt University where she will be a senior. Miss Black was notored to Nashville by her mother, Mrs. F. E. Black and Mrs. R. fc. AI- Mrs. Allen visited her son C. Allen, Jr. Mrs. Luella M. Crewdson, wife of Ira O. Crewdson, who is state sec- relary for (he Christian Church, speak to the Blylheville Council of Church women at 7:30 pin lomorroiy at (he plm M< .i, )0(|i t onurch. Mrs. Crowdson will remain in " vtncville over Sunday, when she will present a picture program of "'c I" Japan at Ihe First Christian Church at 7 p.m. Mrs. crcdson and her husband were ml.ssionaries In Japan for 10 years, and she Is now staff member "i 'he Ai-krnsns Christian Missionary Society, Division of Home Missions O f [|, c c i lrist ( nll church. Much of ni!1 . work now is concerned with meeting with various church groups and informing them ol developments In the Fur East and the outlook for Christianity /he speaker, who Is. an ordained m mister, Illustrates her talks with color, and art displays. She Is a graduate of the School of Oriental inses and culture at Tokyo, • and htr training in i'] lc I fciatos includes: Hiram Col- stud'ies a College of Missions: Universities. 5- Crwdson who lins been an - Day Meeting HtU At New Liberty Church "State Mission Needs" wu th* topic of the W. M. 11. of the New Liberty Baptist Church at their mil day meeting Tuesday at the church iuslnictor of Pacific Relations, Is V.W.C.A. counselor; a member of the executive boards of the Slate councils of Church Women, International Delations Faculty; and a member of the Washington Seminar of World Affairs. LUXORA NEWS Mrs. G. C. Driver Parents and Teachers Hold Initial Meeting The Luxora Parent Teachers Association had their first meeting foi :he 1019-50 year at the school ciifc- :erla Wednesday afternoon. Sixty- three members and visitors were Jrcsenl. A. B. Rozelle, president. d over the business meeting with reports given by various com- mltce cliiiirmeii. Budget for the year was present- 'd and approved. Group sjnglny was cd by MIS. John Bowcn. .ind" Mrs. Message. ' Vcrnon James, school principal .«ve a talk on "New Trends or Teaching." Attendance rec6rds were von by the Fifth grade In the elementary school, and the Ninth .•rade In the high srliool. The .levcnth and Twelfth Grade mo- hers were hostesses for the meet- •ig. serving cold drinks and cakes t the conclusion of the program. W. M..U. Meets The W.M.U. of the First Baptist -nurch met Monday for their nixie ncKson Day of prayer, whose funds o to the State Mission program Irs. Walter Wood was In charge of The devotional and opening pr.y- was B iven by Mrs! Max Koonc followed by the group sing " W " k IOr "' Mr.. ' \ou Think." Mrs. E . c. skcen gave the morning session devotional, and Mrs Wood fiivc the afternoon devotional. A delicious lnnrt, was served at noon time to those present. returned a trip to Local a Mmrya L. niclmdscm home. Wednesday from Ilarllngeii. Texas. Woortrow Fjirdcccoy spent three days In St. Louis last week The Business Women's Circle met lucsday night at the home of Mrs. G. c. Driver, Jr. There were six members present, and one visitor. Mrs. Paul Hayes presided over short, business meeting, after which the sponsor, Mrs. Walter Wood, gave the devotional. Mrs Hayes had ch:ir R c of the program CDrlst the Answer 1 0 Atheistic Communism." Artci . „ soc | al ho(Ir the hostess served a dessert course A. H. nozelle left Sunday by plnne for Texas. He was accompanied to Memphis by Mrs. Ro/clle and children. Mrs. L'utes. Hospitality; Mrs . lllr Lutes and MIS. Edith Epperson Program; Mrs. Hays Sullivan Mrs' Jim Tompkins and Miss Lois Field.' Social; Mrs. cicxton Eubanks Mr ! D. B. Shaw, Mrs. L H Autrv and Mrs. Murray McHaffey. Spirlt- <iil; Mrs. Russell Duffer Magaz ne' Mix fiay Olive, Mrs. j .J. M "g.R n "d Mrs. S. H. Bevlll. study Cour" Mrs. Hilton Stevenson. 1 - ourse ' Boi Office OpeniCu Show SUrU 7:M • Opens Sundajr 1:00; SUrti 1-1S Conllnuouj Showj g»t. £ gl-. 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