The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 26, 1949 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 26, 1949
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FOUH BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26. J«n« Shelton, Society Editor Miss McGhee, | Charles Essary ! Excharige Vows In » douhle ring ceremony yestcr- j-diy afternoon, MIMS Mabel McOhee r tectine the bride of diaries Duran | bury of Cpruthersvllle, Mo., the j vows were aaid «t the home of Uie 1 groom with the Rev. J. M. Blanton ! of the Presbyterian In Caruthers- l vtlle officiating. ( i The ceremony was said before a j mantel wWch was banked with » p hit« irUdloll »nd greenery to form ' the Improvised altar for Uie scene j which WM witnessed by relatives of I the young couple. I Matron of honor and only dltend- { Hit vu the groom's cousin, Mrs. I Ion* Gore who more a frock of grey ' wool jersey with >. silver nullheac! trim, she pinned a corsage of American Beauty roses at her shoulder. Tile bride chose a Carlye original i of Ice blue wool Jersey oomplcmciit- I «d with palemeno accessories. Sho ', carried a white Bible or: which rest- I *d & wite orchid from which flowed ' \ shower of satin streamers. Clyde W. Essary served hts brother us best man. Mrs. Essary, mother o! the groom, • was attired in » tangerine gabar- ; dine frock completed witli a gardenia corsage. Immediately following the cere- moily a reception was held. The . bride's table was centered with a i tiered wedding cake and placed at one end was the antique silver bowl from which the champagne punch was served. Assisting Mrs. Gore in serving was • -Miss Vestal Essory. Mr. and Mrs. Essary left for wcd- i ding trip to St. Louis before return- Ing to Carulhersville where they will be at home in the Dilltnan apartments. For traveling Mrs. Essary selected a gray gabardine suit on wliich she pinned her bridal orchid. Mrs. Essavy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. O. McGhee was formerly employed at Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company in Blythevllle. Mr. Essnry, son of Mrs. W. M. Rssary and the late Mr. Essary is owner of the Essary Men's Store' in Caruthersville. Those attending from Blythevllle Included Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow McGhee, Miss Patsy McQhee. Mr. and Mrx. H. B. Oakes, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Keener and Miss Donna Sue .Gore. Coming Events Social Calendar ,'• Monday First Baptist Brotherhood Supper meeting »t church »t 7 p.m. '. Miss Maxine Hill hostess to First [Baptist Y.W.A. Class at 7 p.m. ; Tuesday The Friendship Class of tlie First Baptist Church will meet at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Forrest Moore, 2420 \f. Rose. ; Mrs. Russell H. Parr hostess to Tri-Town Bridge Club. Mrs. Helen Willis hostess to Yarbro Home Demonstration Club at 2 p.m. Club Eight meets with Mrs. Jesse M. White. Junior High P. T. A. meets at 3 p.m. preceded by Executive Board meeting at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday Garden Club meets at 2:30 p.m. at the Woman's Club. Delphian Society meets at Hotel Noble at 10 a.m. . Lange P. T. A. meets at 3 p.m. at Calvary Baptist Church Nazarene Foreign Missionary Society meets at church at 2:30 p.m. Thursday Mrs. George Stilwell hostess to Thursday Night Club at r :30 p.m. Mrs. Dale Horn hostess to Thursday Rook Club. Avnlon Bunco Club meets with Mrs. W. J. Cupples. Mrs. J. o. Hitey entertains Blythcville Rook Club. Gosnell W. S. C. s. of the Methodist Church meets at 2:30 p.m. Civic Calendar Monday Junior Chamber of Commerce, Board Meeting 7:30 p.m. Tuesday Lions Club, Hotel Noble 12:15 pjn. Junior High P.T.A. Executive Bonrd meeting 2:30 followed by American Legion 8 p.m. Kiwanis Club, Hotel Noble 12:10 P.m. • t Lange P.T.A. Executive Board Mr. and Mrs. Buck Roush and , Bill o. A, Roush and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Blackard were In St. Jx>uts yesterday where they attended the ball game>. Mr. and Mrs. Smith Brackin have as their guests their daughter, Mrs. John O. Hoffman, Mr. Hoffman and son, Jackie of Chicago. They had as their week-end guests another daughter Mrs. R. L. Topper and Mr. Topper of Memphis who came especially to be with the Hofimans. Mrs. Dorothy Pendletci) of New York and Virginia Is visiting here as guest of Mrs. Anne Hamilton. Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Banister spent Sunday In Kennrtl, Mo., M gtiosts nf relatives. Mrs. Smith Brackln who lias been 111 /or several days Is now al;!e to be out, Condition of Mrs. R. L. Wade who has been a patient at Memphis Baptist Hospital for several days is satisfactory. Mr. Wacie returned home yesterday after being with JICT for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Dcrry and daughter snent Sunday In Memphis where they visited Mrs. -Berry's mother. Mrs. R. L-. Wade, who is' patient at Baptist Hospital. Mrs. Jimmy oill and children, Gary and Shnroir and Mrs. Orrt I,oi Briltian and children, Barbara nnd Carol, spent Saturday in Memphis where they attended the Mld-Soutr Fair. Mrs, Sam N. Lewcrs is visiting ii Monroe. La., as guesl of her sister, Mrs. J. R. Pliuinpln-cy, tor several days following the recent death of Mr. Phumphrcy. Miss Tabitha Sudbury. Mrs. Harold Sudbury and LaNeal Sudbury spent Snlurdny in Memphis. Miss Betty Dodds spent the weekend in Newbern, Term., as guest of l.c-r parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Dodds, Sr., and family. Mr. and Mis. Everett Eubanks spent Sunday in Little Hock with their son. James Tucker, who is a patient at. the Crippled Children's Home. His condition is satisfactory. ' were the week-end gueaU of Mr. and MK. w. F. McDanlfl and family. Pfc. Floyd Ash, son of Mr. »nd Mrs, Floyd Ash of Yarbro, who recently completed basic training at Lackland Air Force But, Stn Antonio, Texas, ii visiting her* on 10-day leave. Upon completion of h» leave, he will report to the 3«OSlh Navaaatlon Training Wing, Ellington Air Force Base, Houston, Texas, for duty with the Air Force Navigation School, Mlsj Jeffle Hall spent the weekend In Memphis where she attended the annual barbeque given for the American Medical Technicians. Mrs. I. R. Johnson Is spending several days In Halls, Term., as guest (if her sister, Mrs. L. L. McDearman. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Thaxton and family spent Sunday In Jonesboro where they visited their daughter, Miss Dorothy Lee Thuxton, who Is student nurse at St. Bernard's Hospital, Mr. and Mrs, Clinton Frurler of Houston, Texas were the overnight guests Sunday of friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Frazler. former Bly- thevllle residents, were en route to their home after 1 vacationing in Nova Scotia and Canada. Guy Burks. Jr., and Prentls Holder, Jr.', students at Ole Miss., were week-end s«csts or their parent*, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Burks. Sr., and Mr, and Mrs. Prciuis Holder. Sr. Mrs. James Hill. Jr.. Mrs. E. B. Thomas, Mrs. Kendall Berry, Miss Claire Ruble and Mrs. B. R. Mason are in Memphis today where they will attend the performance of the US. Marine Band this afternoon at Ellis Auditorium. Mrs. Don Ilnlcy and son, Jerry Haley, spent Sunday 1 n Etowah where they were the guests of Mr CARUTHERSVILLE NEWS By Joan Douglas* The tint meeting of the JTMT of the Carutheravllle P.T.A. w«j held Friday, Sept. 16, In the buemeot of the Methodlat Church. Mri. T. J. Mar key, the. prealdent. opened the meetlnf. Following the singing ol America, the group repeated the pledge to the American flag. Mrs. Sam Co/belt read the P.T.A. prayer. The president introduced the Thelma ' other neiv officers and halrmen of the committees. The new officers Include first vlce-preiident. Mrs. Carl Bas In; second vice-president. Mis. Bill Smith; recordIn| secretary, Mrs. Curl Kill; tre«*urer, Mrs. M. J. Yeager. The principal, W. C. Furfuson, introduced the teachers. Farm Home Circle Meeting The Farm Home Circle met at the home of Mrs. Jack Woodson Tuesday afternoon, September 20, with 17 members and two visitors, Mrs. Larry Brumley and Mrs. Tj Davidson, present. Mrs. Clay GTCnwell opened the meeting by reading the Club Woman's Prayer, which was followed by Rrmip singing and roll call. A routine business meeting was conducted, fir thi meeting the standard of achievement was checked, as were items for a display booth at the American Legion Fair. The president, Mrs. Woodson, appointed ft committee to nominate officers for the new year at the next mcettnp Mrs. J. C. Greemvell is chairman and Mrs. Verland Chapman and Mrs. Fred Younfc are members. The club voted to attend | . RKCKNTI.V MAlllllKn— Shown cutting Ilicir wedding cake at the j 0 _ Ml ; n |ld Mj's. Waller Wutlcly spent reception following their marriage Friday, September 16, at Vivian, Sunday In Memphis where they attended the Mid-South Fair Louisiana, is Mr. and Mrs. Mlllard C. Edds. Mrs. Edtls is the forinci Miss I Miss Florence Moore spent Satnr- Billie Jean Turk, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Turk of Vivian. The I''"" '" " 'double ring ceremony was solemnized at the First Buptlst Church at,' 2:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Edds will bu at home in LJltlc Rock. Scout Roll Call Activities, Troop Inspections Get Under Way in County (lay in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Davis of Fes- tns. Mo., were the week-end guests -' '•- and Mrs. W. S. Johnston and Mrs. orovcr Jackson They were [V,e Mid-So , 1, Fair Mern accompanied to Elowah by John Akin who had spent a week here as guest of his daughter, Mrs. Haley. Mr. Haley and Jerry Haley. Mrs. G.O. Hubbard. Jr., spent the week-end In Senatohla. Miss., us guest of her jinrents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Shrdtlnn. Mr. and Mrs. w. O. Reeves and their housegucsts. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Crawford nnd daughter Miss Mary Ellen Crawford were the week-end quests of Mr. Reeves and Mrs. Crawford's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Reeves. The group was .loincc! Sunday bv Wade O. Reeves, j Jr.. who is a" student at'Arkansas State College and Miss Bonita Slanknrd. Mr. and The Hayll Business and Profe.s- ^"f^ M ™: T !'.'* week-end guest I Arkansas, sional' Woman's Club met in the " '"" ' "" ' "•••-•-public library Thursday ot wln:l> -time plans were made, for activities Roll call activities for the North* Mississippi County District ot Boy Scouts will begin tonight, when the Scout leaders and troop conimit- tcemen of Troop 31 inspect tire First Christian Church Troop No, 38. i The Holt Call activities here me ! a part of National Roll Call Week, and the troops are to be inspected in regard to uniforms, personal cleanliness, and advancement and camping experiences of the past year. Troop leaders, .scoutmasters, and Scouts will participate In the Inspection. ^ Roll Call activities are planned by scouting leaders as an inventory of troops and to determine where improvements should be made. R. A. Porter, North Mississippi County District chairman, said today that all Boy Scouts, scoutmas- masters, assistant scoutmasters, nml troop commlttccmen were being urged to attend their meetings tills week because the inspection would be conducted in connection with them. HAYTI NEWS Mrs. F. I.. Kflly Wrek ITuns of . . and Rosemary Johnston Miss Winnie Virgil Tinner spent the week-end in Newborn, Tenn., us guest of relatives and friends Perry Hothrock. who is a freshman at Ole Miss, was the week-end guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs ; P. V. Uothrock. Mr. nnd Mrs. It. H Woolen spent the week-end their dnughlc In Little Rock wit)) r, Miss Betty Woolen. Mrs. M. O. Joiner of Promised Land had as their weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. .Charles Joiner and family of Crawfordsvllle. and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Joiner ami 5 family nf Joiner. • ] Dr. Edna Nlcs spent Friday anil SnlurdRv in Hrlonn whrre she went especially to attend the wending Saturday of Miss Joyce Bell to John Joscnh Rilcy of St, Louis. Miss Bell Is the dauohter of Dr. and Mrs. Louis J. Bell. with cxnenses taken from the club treasury. Mrs. R. E, Adklns and Mrs. Davidson presented a program on safety. Several games were played and Mrs. Bob Martin and Mrs. Greenwell won tile prizes. The hostess served a salad plate, cookies, salted nuts, and cold drinks. The next meeting will be with Mrs. n. E. Ae-klns at the home of Mrs. Jolm Attkins. ~.F.A. News The Carulhersville Chapter of The future Farmers of America elected the following officers: Ken- nefh Jones. ' president: Robert Powell, vtce-prcsldent: Gene Mai secretary; nnd Bin Myers and Roni Whistle, sentinels. Floyd Barnhart. the Vocational Agriculture teacher, is the adviser. Most of the group attended the fair In Cape Girardeau. Mo., on Friday of last week. Garricn Cliih Luncheon The Garden Clvb met Monday. September 19. at the home of Mrs L. H. Schult for Its first fall meet- infr. A delicious covered dish lunch- con was served on the lawn. There Mrs. Bert Lamb of Memphis Is i were twenty members'nresc visiting here as gucsl of Mis. \v. \V. Austin. nnd Miss Bubble Sue Whisenhunt, who are student nurses ai Baptist State Hospital there. Miss June Stires, who Is a ..... dent at Arkansas Slate College si '"l>a District, Mississippi County, \VAItINN'G ORDER nt. Mrs. Harris, president of the Slate Federation of Garden Clubs, and Mrs. Waltiier.«;, a rcp'ona! officer, both nf Cane Girardcau. Mo.. In Hie CtianurTj O.urt. flilrka- ' "Y* , Smf(S ' , T } 1Cy "P'^'led the .....^ ,..I.,L^I vn it j IIIHIL; LUI uijiiv it II A I,,,.,,,,,i n~f.l during the National Band Week !"l"-!i,!? Wtl>> which begins Oct. 9. The president, •Mrs';- Ernestine Light reported the. club collected S35 for the polio drive. of her parents, Mr. and Mrs O o Stires. ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Smith re... Detroit where spent a week while Mr. Smith attended a dealer's convention. Miss Carolyn Linlzenich. Jimmy Dale Berry, Miss Kathryn Martin, M. Bell Mrs. J. W^Shrader present- „ g ^ „ "thV d.*,iht«r M * "L a *;f n , ™ "'SSI*™- n ™ ?-».<>'•« ^aham. Mr. Graham and were made for attending the sem- Tne Troop 31. Inspecting Troop j " lar al Charleston. Mo. 38 tonight, will be inspected by the some troop tomorrow night. ' Calvin W. Wright. Pltf. vs. No. 11,020 Olive Marie Wright. Dft. The defendant Olive Marie Wright Is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the. caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff Calvin W. Wright. Dated this 2 day of Sept. 1W9. K'ARVEY MORRIS. Clerk Percy A. Wright, ally, for Pitt. H. G. Partlow, ally, art litcm. 95-12-13-26 P. T. A. .Mi-clinjr j The Parent-Teacher Association i family. Condition of Mrs. B. C. Hall, who '• Glenn Ciirtlss. has been in for several days at her home on Camp Moultric Drive, In 1911 the first American aviation pilot's license was issed to Other troops which will exchange j met In the hlsli school Monday with j ls satisfactory, inspections Include Dell Troop No. j Mrs. Wesley Shrnder presiding over! . , vess .? i ° bbs ' »'h° « connected with 255 and the Manila Troop 32; Armorel anci Number Nine; Del! Explorer Post and the Blythcville Explorer Post No. 155: and Park No. 4 of Blytheville and Pack 223 at Gosuell. The lenders to conduct the examination tonight include: Kenneth Richardson, scoutmaster: ,loe Mack the business meeting as president. After introduction of new teachers games were conducted bv Mr.s. Lc- i ray Whitncr and Mrs. Vii'Kil Oar- . the United States Engineers at nycrsburg, Tenn.. spent the weekend here with Mrs. Hobbs. Mr Hobbs reported today to his new roy wnuncr ami Mrs. Virytl Gar- ----- .-«-"*^'i nnm. y iu 1115 nev ret. Refreshments were served by | " s *'8 nn ""t at Memphis, the home economics department ,, „ , McDall 'el. and Mr. am I'cp Merlins Mrs. Paul Mcrtanicl O f Bryan, Texn Hnj't! prepared for it.s victorious invasion of Caruther.svllle with nc.sday. Mrs. Haiman Kolin \va.s Hester and Lee Richardson, Jr., as- ] pep meeting Thursday afternoon. | awarded high .score prize, Mrs. L. i si.stnnt scoutmasters; and J. V. Oatcs, Jaines Terry, and Ross Stevens, troop committee-men. Leaders of the Inspections for the following night include: D. A. Blodgett. scoutmaster; Randall Hawks, assi.stnnt .scoutmaster; and Cecil Lowe. G. B. Henderson. W. H. rito- vall ami L. L. Ward, Jr., troop com- mUtcemen. At The Hospilnls Hospital m.vtlicvillcDismissal: Mr.s. J. O. Bigcers. City ~. Mrs. John T. Newman, and bibv meetmg 2:30 p.m. followed by P.T.A. City meeting 3 p.m.'at Calvary Baptist Mrs. Dave Church. Thursday Rotary club Hotel Noble 12:10 pjn. Football; Paps vs. Jonesboro, there. Friday Football: Chicks vs. Little Rock, here. Cartoonist Thornns Nast Is responsible for the Republican elephant and the Democratic donkey. Waller, City Erma Holmes, city Bernard Spencer, 'city Mrs. Burl Henry. Sloc'e Mrs. Herman Ring. ca\c City John Miohael Ashley, City David Gn-ivnles, Dclt Halls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. F. R. Tunno and b.iby. City Baby Brady, Manila Baby Shaion Ridwell. City Mrs. Jonas Camp. Rt. •! M:s. Franc ; Young and Uins. Caruthersville. low. The student body, ten of which were ! R- Condit was high guest, Mrs. Car-! drc.^sctl as Indians, paraded from j lock bridgoed nnd Mrs. Wesley I the Hish School through town ac- Shrarter wa; cnmpur.ied by the HiRh School hand. I .^iii. Members of the dramatics class pre.- sented fndlan songs and war dances around a bonfire on the football field. Mrs. Knribert Hostess Mr.>. Robert Kneibert entertained her bridge club at her home Wcd- •f tNNlMT. FEMALE COMP1AINB Are you troubled by dlstreu of female functional periodic disturbances? Does this make you suffw trom pain, f«el so nertouj, tired— at such times? Then no try Lydla E. PlnKham'i Vegetable Compound to relieve such »jmptoms. PlnVhim'j hmt a grand loothitig effect on ort« Of woman's most Important organs! advantaijcs of becoming federated to the members. A vote was taken and th" local group affiliated wltr the state organizalion. A routine business meeting was conducted. Mrs. John Van Ausda announced that a film would be shown at the October meeting. Key Club Metis The Cari'thersvllle' Key Club met Monday evening, September 19. in the basement of the Baptist Church, with twenty three members present. A routine business meeting was held and the ncsvly elected officers for the coining year were presented. They are: president, James Churchhlll; vice president. Don Waldron; secretary, Dick Powell; treasurer. Bobby Watklns; and reporter, Jackie Jarrett. Kiwanis members who visited the boys' meeting were Dale Bracey E. C. Gilmore. C. R. Hendricks, and Hosea Wilson. Sunday School Party Mrs. T. M. Travelstead enler- ----— — — » .•> Sunday School C!«M of ten y*ur old children tat TucwUy afternoon. There were eight preaent. Garnet wer* played and the young people exchanged glfu. Uri Travelate«d presented each one with a unal! gift. The children will »oon be promoted. Refreshment! of cookie* and soft drinks were served. FritBtfl; HrtUaj Club The Friendly Birthday Club met Friday. September 1«, at the home of Mrs. Lillian Tinder. Three tables ol guests spent several hours piny- Ing rook and lotto. Mrs. John Allen won a box of plastic greeting cards for high score and Mrs. John Scott a clever cedar aalt and pepper shaker tet for low score, In lotto Mrs. Woodroe Green and Miss Lois Al'-n tied for high. Mrs. Doris Kellty also won a box of candy for low. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Dave Ketley. ' Wesleyan Guild Inner Circle Two of the Wesley*n Serice Guild met Monday, September 1<). with a pot-luck dinner in the basement of the Methodist Church. There were 22 present. There was a brief business meeting and recreational singing. The next meeting will be with Miss Peggy "nberl4on on Oct. 3. F.H.A. Newa T h e Future Homemakers o f America have added eight new members and several new officers have been elected. They Include Bette Shund.t parllmenturlan: Doris Jean Relchert. historian. Chapter mothers elected are Mrs. Oene Blown. Mrs. John R. Bader and Mrs. John W. 3»wyer. The .esldent appointed Jo Ann Mcrideth and Frances Pool as song leaders. The group attended the Mld- SoutJi Fair at Memphis on Thursday which was FHA Day. They were accompanied by t. elr sponsor, Mrs. Woods. Locals Misses Marilyn Neely and Jean Alford spent the week end with their respective parents. They are students at Southeast Missouri State Teacher; College in Cape Olr- ardeau. Miss Ann Wilks left Friday for Memphis, Tenn., where she Is a student a Southwestern. Dr. and Mrs. D. D. Pinion spent Tuesday In Blytheville. Carl Campton Hill spent Satur'- day and Sunday vlsitlne with Ben Travis In K;nfolks Ridge <-^mmun- Ity. Mrs. Bob Patterson and Miss Peggy Robertson snent last Tuesday In Memphis. Tenn: Mrs. Ralph Vick of Deerlng. Mo,, was in town Saturday. Miss Jacqueline Roland left Sunday for Southwestern College in Memphis. This Is Miss Roland's second year there. Mrs. Arthur Taylor and her daughters, Ann, Linda, and Nancy and Sonja Deane Vick attcnd-d the lair in Blytheville Saturday. Misses Barbara Shaw and Eliis Hayden spent the week end here with their respective parents. Both attend State Teachers' College Cape Glrardea'j, Mo. Mrs. Floyd LM and Mrs. Carl Hill spent Saturday of last w,Vi! In St. Louis, Mo. Mrs. Joe Bartholomew spent Wednesday in Blytheville. Howard Cunningham drove to Columbia, Mo., Monday of ) as t week to take his son, Mike, vKio is a student at the University of Mis.wnrl. Miss Wllma Cullum Is a patient at the Baptist Hospital In Mem. Phis, Tenn. She underwent an an. pendeclomy early Monday and ejc iwcls to return home this week end Her mother, Mrs. Ira Cullum, Is in Memphis with her. Miss Oulium's condition is reported as satisfactory Mrs. Albert JOIKS ot Byhalla Miss,, Is visiting with her sister' Mrs. J. r. Douglass, and relatlvr*' In Portageville, Mo. Bobby Joplln left Monday fbr Columbia. Mo., where he is a slu dent at Missouri University. Miss Helen Cokei- left Friday for Memphis, .Tenn., where she is , student a.t Southwestern, Mrs. Carl Hill a ,;rf ,,„„, vernon spent Wednesday in uiylhertA ' Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Helm lEd granddaughter, Betty Ncal, SBe ,,t Saturday in Memphis, Mrs. Lels Knight spent last week end with her daughter 'in East Prairie, Mo. 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