The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 22, 1949 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 22, 1949
Page 4
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FOUR BIYTHKVTU.E (AHK.) COURIER NEWS Jtnt Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Party At Church Fetes Baptist Promotion Classes Member* of the eight year class«• of the Primary Department of the Fint Baptist Church were CO.TI- plunwiUd yesterday afternoon with > p»rtj at the church from 4:30 to S p.r" honoring their promotion*. Mn. I. H. Brown led the alter- noon'a Activities of playing games and Mnffing. She was assisted by tin. Alton Jaegers. Promotion favors were presented c*eh child. At the conclusion of the games lc« cream and cookies were served by tin. Winnie Huffman, superintendent of the department, as- itatcd by Mrs. Jesse Seaman and Mrs. K. 8. Sne«d. MlM Beatrice Hargett and Mrs. Marvin Lane are teachers for the group* which were honored. Mitt Lloyd fleeted President of Class The Senior Class of Burdelte h;gh achool met Wednesday afternoon to elect officers and a sponsor for the achool year. Officers elected were, president. Mamie Lloyd; vice-president, Harold Eubanki; secretary, Annabel! Lutes; treasurer, Bobby McDonald; reporter. VtrginU Pierce. An order was placed for the sen- lor cUa rings and plans were made for the annual senior trip which is scheduled for the week following graduation. Earl Snider, Jr., waa selected class vponaoT. New Officers Elected ' For Burdette Class The following students have been elected to fill offices in the eighth (Trade of the Burdette ^chool; Franklin Pierce, president: Mary Tyer, vice-president; Amy Claire Crook, •ecreUry and treasurer; Billy Lutes, treasurer. Mrs. Selma Morgan Is - xisor of rh* group. • Calvary Circles Meet lit Home* of Members Circle* three and four of Calvary Baptist Church met Tuesday evening for their regular meetings. •'Mrs. L. C. Rolllaon was hostess to 11 members and one guest. Miss Derothjr Rolluion, of circle Three at her home. ;:Th« meeting was opened with praier by Kn. Effie Glison. ; : Mrs. Grace Caldwell presented the Bible study. '*<r». Herbert Polsgrove, program chairman, led the Royal Service program which was entitled, "Christ Answers Communism." "The Man in Search of The Key" wm* th« topic of Mrs. Herman Mays discussion. "What Is The Appeal in Communism?" was the subject of Mrs. Grace Lyons speech. "Communism As A Secular "Ism" was Mrs. Leland Hodge's chosen subject. Mr«. May led the dismissal prayer. Circle Four met at the home ot Mrs. Victor Wilson for a Royal service program with 12 members «nd one guest, Miss Shirley Posey present. Th« opening prayer was led by Mr.*. Lucian Gaines. Mrs. J. D. Widner gave the devotional which was taken from the book of Acts. Mrs. Bill Shanks, program chairman, assisted "by Mri. Charles Lip; . f r rs. Marie Matter. Mrs. E. E. Smith, Mrs. Marie Anderson and Mrs. Raymond Belknap presented the program. Mrs. Anderson dismissed th> DRESS THEM ALIKE Sue Burnett Here's a simple and practclal way to rlress those active youngsters —sturdy play togs for small fry to make up in corduroy or plaid woolen. Jacket and overalls for brother; suspender skirt and Jacket for the girl in the family. Pattern No. 8238 Is for sizes 2, 3, 4, 6 and 6 years. Size 3, Jacket, Hi yards of 35 or 39-Inch; overalls, l»i yards; skirt, 1 yard. For this pattern, send 25 cents, in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 530 South Wells Street, Chicago T, 111. Send 25 cents today lor the new Fall and Winter FASHION. 64 pages of smart new styles, special." features.'Free pattern printed Inside the book. Rally to Be Held At first Baptist Church The annual Associational Sunday School Rally will be held Friday at 7>, p.m. with th? First Baptist Church host for the affair. Tile Rev:.E. C. Brown Is pastor of the congregation. The meeting will be conducted by the Rev. James Fit?.gerald of the Walnut Street Bapllsl Church, Jonesboro and Ihe Rev. C. E. Lawrence, of the Galnes Street church In Little Roo\. The team Is work- Ing under the supervision of the Sunday School division of the Arkansas Baptist Convention. The program will center on plans for Goals for the new Association*] year which will begin October 1, Sunday School teachers, officers and workers throughout Mississippi County will be present to participate in the activities. Bits of News Odd Formations Stones that look like great vats of whipped cream, a ghostly grave- modeled like a bride, are among yard, and a seven-foot stalagmite the attractions of Minnelonka cave In eastern Idaho. group with prayer. At the close of each meeting the hostesses served refreshments. Mr. and Mr.s. Phillips Applebaura were in St. Louis Tuesday where they attended the St. Louis-Brooklyn baseball game. Pvt. John Anderson Jr., of Ftorl Sill, Okla., is visiting his mother, Mrs. Cora Anderson, and family. He will return to camp next week, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Ertds returned Tuesday from Vivian, La., where they attended the wedding of their son, Millard Kdrts, to Miss Blllie Jean Turk. En route they visited In Little Rock and Texarkana. Condition of Mrs. Cal Oossett of Burdette who was returned to her home Tuesday from Memphis Methodist Hospital where she had been a patient for a week following a major operation t-s satisfactory. She was motored home by Mr. and Mr.s. Gus Eberdt. Mrs, James Tull and children ot Louisville, Ky.. are spending the remainder of the week here as guests of Mrs. Tull's slslers. Mrs. George A. Hale and Mrs. Hays Sullivan of Burdette. Mrs. Tull and family came especially to attend luntral services of her mother. Mrs. James T. Tomkins Monday. Mr. Tull has returned lo his home. Benny Lambert and Bobby Joe Harper have enrolled as freshmen In Trevecca Kararene College. Nashville, where they will work toward their doctor of theology degrees. Prior to leaving for Nashville they were honored with a party by members of the N. Y. P. S. of the Naz- areue Church. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Barrel! and daugters, Betsy and Jeaiilline of Camp Hood. Texas, have arrived for a week's visit with Mrs. Barren's mother, Mrs. Cora Anderson and family. Mrs. Barrel! 'J the former MUs Margie Anderson. Buford Young left today for Southwestern at Memphis where he will enroll as a freshman. He left early to attend a series of rush parties of Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Kappa Alpha fraternities. Mrs. George P. Davis and Mrs. J. N. Smothermon are spending to- dav in Memphis. Bill Hamilton and Dick Williams will leave Saturday for Southwestern University. Memphis. Miss Christine Austin will leave tomorrow for southwestern, Memphis where she will enroll as a freshman. She will be motored to Memphis by her father, F.\J. Austin. 'MIss.Tressle Allen and Mrs. J. W. Shbuse have returned from Greenwood, Miss., where they attended the luneral of their brother, Y. B. Allen, Tuesday. Cpl. O. E. Workman, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. George Workman, Sr., who is now serving n the Marines is participating in Operation Mickey! ahlamphibious exercises aboard the=U:S,S. Henrico In Ihe pacific. Miss"Katheriiie Pierce Is visiting her family In Ecru, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Critz, Sr.. of Payetteville, Ark., and Mr. and Mrs. J E. CritK, Jr., of Lubbock. Texas were the overnight guests Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. George M. Lee. They were en route to Fayetteville after visiting with their daughter rmd sister, 'Mrs. John Kehnard and Mr. Kennard in Clarksdale, Miss. Mr. Critz, Sr., is a former Mississippi County Agent. Dr. and Mrs. W. P. Brewer spenl yesterday in Memphis on business. Mrs. P. T. Dildine of Steele who has been 111 for several days was re moved yesterday to the home of her daughter, Mrs. E. T. Hubbard, 13ti E. Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Dildine will be the guests of Iheir daughter and of your LIFE Phoeniz brings you stocking colors so lovely ... so enchanting . . . inspired by those happy moments in your life you recall so pleasantly. In your favorite Tvear weights. louviNMt to weir wit}, Uupe, Browns, Grctni and Black. cA*ll* to w«r wfch Gr«ni. Gold, Copper and Neu trait. HOIWAY to wear with BIuci, Greyi, B T n w n i and Black. MOMIYMOON to wear with Wint, Greens, Winttr and Join Pur Phoenix Hosiery Club—(he club Hint entitles you to q pair of Phoenix Ny- loni after the purchase of 12 pairs. JIEDEL'S _YHTJRSPAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 194« —Courier N'cws Photo JUNIOR 4-H AWARD WINNERS—Very young seamstresses are Juanita Rasf (left) and Donna Pagan, (right) both representatives ot the Gosnell 4-H Club. The girls were winners in the junior division of the 4-H Club dress review for North Mississippi county. The girls, bom 12 yeais old. scored 90 points each for their garments, which they are modeling 'above. They were judged on poise, suitability or material, style and the workmanship. American Ways 'Strange' To Delta Gamma 'Sister' High heels, llpstlcfc, dates and all the oilier traditionally American customs arc slightly baffling to the rather unusual house mate of Miss Virginia Swearengen and Miss Frances Shouse both Delta Gamma sorority girls at the university of Arkansas where Miss Anne Leyw- .siu.s of Breda. Holland, Is attending school in the United states as Eucst of the Delta Gamma Sorority. ., , , Miss Leywsius, whose father .is now serving as a ; IJeutenaut^Colo- i:el in the Dutch Army will (te the houseguest for' the 'year of the 'Alpha omega chapter in Fayetteville She was selected from a number uf applicants for this privilege because of her tie.sire to study social family for several days. Mrs. Jack chestnutt. Sr., and Infant sou, Jack Cheslmilt, Jr., of Melbourne,/Florida arrived yesterday for n two weeks visit with Mrs. Cliestnutt's parents. Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Joyner. and family. Third Class Petty Officer, Leroy Pruitl left yesterday for Long Beach, Calif., after spending a 25 day leave here as gucsls of his parents, Mr. and .Mrs. Roy Pruitt ami his sister. Mrs. Otis Cole, aiul Mr. Cole and family. Petty Officer Fruitt will be assigned to the U. S.'S. Anguani. Centra/ P. T. A. Meets In First Baptist Church Members of the Central p. T. A. yesterday were ur^ed to phone people reminding them to vote in rtie school election which will be held Tuesday. The action was taken at the meeting held in the First Bap- Ust Church. Mr.s. Alvin Huffman, program chairman, opened the meeting with Mr.s. Roy Baglcy giving the devotional. Members of the Senior high *cl|00l girls trio furnished special music for the afternoon. They were accompanieri by Mrs. John Caudill. Mrs. E. J. Cure gave the presi- tlcut'.s mc.ssage with Mr.s. Je.sse Taylor rcnclinsr the Constitution. Funilty members were introduced tlio group by Hie president. Mrs. J. E. Stevenson, Jr. Mrs. Stevenson announced that there would be a nursery for children of the members during the meetings. A committee was appointed to 4-H Club Members From 15 Counties Model Dresses at District Fair Here Fa;hion was parading today at the. Northeast Arkansas District Fair, with 4-H Club members (rom IS Arkansas counties modeling dresstt Is six divisions. There were nine entries In the best dress divU'in Including: Ann Glasgow from the Greenway dub In Clay Count-': Naomi White from the Armord Club In North Missli- flpp County! Naomi Coffel from the Belleville Club In Jackson County; Patsy Ford from the Paragould club In Green County: Cornelia Johnson from the Dixie Club in Craiehead County: Fernadean Roller from fie McRae Club In White County: Marie Ungerank from Pocabontas In Randolph County; Jeffle Cooper from Melbourne In Izard County - id Sylvia Dent from Dycss In South Mississippi County. In the school division the entrants included: Hannah J.ine Parks of Wcona, Polnsett County; Camllle Anderson of Swifton in Jackson County; Carole Cole. Smithville. Lawrence County; Melba Oi-tou'ter, Parngoiitd. Green County; Belt;' Lois Hcaley, McRae Whlti. County: Jean Miiler. Melbourne. Izard County. Refoa Cooper from the Noble Country club In Clay County and Jnnp Frie Fisher of Polnsett Conn- t.v were the only entrants in the tailored dress division. Be y Murphy of Tuckerman In Jackson County was the only contestant In the work ensemble dl- vlsio . Evening Presses Modeled Five contestants in the even'ng dress divisl- Included: Jaiiloce Fortenberry of Tuckerman. Roberta Sue Huge of strawberry. Lawrence County; {Catherine Hu"?Ins of Paragould. Nora Ann Miller of Melbourne, and Shirley Heard of towa 1 -. In South Mississippi County. Wool dress entries included June Pii—"f of Oreenway. Carolyn Cole of Sidney In Sharp County; Joyce Hauler of McCrory, Woodruff County; Virginia Pepper of Armorel. Ora Lee Bilbrcy 'rom Imborten In Lawrence County. Roeann Lewlj Grubbs from Jackson County, Shirley Tennison from Parajould and Bonnie Williams of Melbourne Judging starter! about 10 a.m. today and was to continue In the afternoon. Miss Sue Marshall state clothing specialist with the Agricultural Extension Service in Little Re-'-, was assisting in tlu Juig]n« Winners to Knter Stale Meet Winner in each of the 4-i[ club events Is eligible to compete in slate contest on 4-H Day, October " a part of (lie Slate Livestock Sliow in Little Rock. While tlle seamstresses modeled ihetr clothing in the woman's build- ng, the young cooks were tireseiit- Ing food demonstration In the lounge at (he grand stand building. Rice demonstrations and dairy foods demonstrations were of primary interest here. In the rice ging, Mrs. i'erna Dodd. food and nutrition specialist with the Agricultural extension Service was iudeing. as well as iti the dairy foods. Dairy production teams were scheduled to give demonstrations today. Their judges were to Include Leon Holly, dairyman, with .he State Extension service, Mrs. Dodd. and Miss Minnie Bell, home management specialist with the Extension Service. j work in the United States and re- i turn to her native country to assist in raising living standards there. Miss Swcurengen and Miss Shousc ?re senior .students at the Univer- ! Mty where Miss Swenrengen is rush j-liairman and social chairman and ! Miss vice-president of IJclta Giimma. At The Hospitals Bljtheville RcaplUl Dismissed: Lucille Johnson, City. Walls Hospital Dismissed; Mrs. C. B. Jenkins, Holland. Orville Lee Robinson, city J. U Winston. City. • Mrs j. H. Patterson and babv Luxora. * phone Blythevllle residents urging their 1 vote In the achool election. The group voted to use the pledge system for raising money this year. In the room count the second and fourth grades were iwardcd the prizes. Immediately following the dismissal refreshments were served to the group with the Executive Board as hostess. Unusual Gifts Distinctive Curtains See Them at the Linen & Curtain Shop '« So. First Phone 815 Guard's Jewelry Store POLAROID COME IN AND SEE IT IN ACTION 1 You snap the shutter — then lift "out your finished picture a minute later. Yes, it's as simple as that to use the amazing new Polaroid Camera. No liquids ... no dark room ... no fuss — the camera and film do all the work. from * e*ar**ltt<< amrr* Continuous Shows Box Office Opens 1 :<15 Show Slarls 2:(l(l *:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m 4:3t LISTEN TO KI.GN Thursday & Friday "Once More. My Variing Coming Events . Social Calendar Thursday Mri. Calvin mil hostess to th« H- G . ulld 0( tlle P«>ml«; M / £' l .° (lls t diurdi at 7:30 p.m Mr.s. Gilbert D Hammock hostess to members of Nu PI,I MU Sorority ajirf rusliess with a model meeting at her :.ome, leio Ho Ji y at 7:30 p.m „,"''• . a , tld M 'f- Jack Chamblin, Mr. ami Mrs. Dick White, Mr. and M rs C ", Mac whlle ' Mr - »nd Ms. Charles Henley and . Mr. and "".*• '; R ', Colcman host and host- ewes to the aotli Century club it 'he LcBlon Hut at 9 p.m. M«1 N lltlcrs Clt>5s of tlle Fi «t Methodist church will meet • hV the banquet room (or the monthly social at 7:30 p. m . Friday 11 ,~y° m i ail ' s Club »'"' mc « » k the Cl ID at 2:30 preceded by an Executive Board Meeting at 2 » Civic Calendar Thursday Northeast Arkansas District Bos Office Opens «:4S SliOH Jilarls 7:00 Opens SunUay 1:0(1: SUrU 1-]J Continuous Sliuws Sat. & Sun. 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