The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 12, 1949 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 12, 1949
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1 PAGE FOUR BLTTHEVTLLE (ARK.y COURIER NEWS Jane Shellon, Society Editor Phone 4461 Audrey Child's Is Wed Jn Memphis Ceremony • Miss Alvcretfa Rlley of Memphis became Die' bride of Aubrey Childs, son of Mrs. N. p. Maxwell of Bly- thevllle, Sunday in a'ceremony performed,.at 3 pm. at the home of her parents,, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Rlley of M em phis. Mrs. Fay Bullard of West Memphis .attended ; the bride as matron of Jionor and only attendant. She wore a wine suit with blsck accessories. Her .black hat was trimmed In gleaming rhinestones'. She pinned » while orchid at her shoulder. ', The bride chose a street-length dress of brown crepe trimmed In black velvet,.Her bridal flower was a.whiterorchid. ' Doyle Byrd of Memphis served as best 'man. ; Immediately following a reception was held with the bride's table being overlaid with a maderla cloth centered wilh the tiered cake which was topped with a' miniature bride and groom- Completely encircling the cake were creamy white gardenias and tuberoses. ' After a short wedding trip Mr. and Mrs Cilds will make their home In West Memphis where he Is connected with the Arkansas Power 'Company. ; 1 o'clock Luncheon Fetes D.A.R. Members, Guests Mrs.•"• James Hill, Jr., Mrs. E. J. Cure and 'Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Jr., were hostesses to members and gtilests of the Chartevoix Chapter of ths D. A. R. with a 1 o'clock luncheon at Hotel Noble yesterday. '" W. B. Nicholson, superintendent of schools and Mrs. W. J. Fit?.- hugh attended. Columbus Day was the theme of the program with the re-enactment of the discovery of America from the time of. Columbus's commission to the Pilgrims at Plymouth Rock being done in miniatures arranged in scenes the,length of the table. <• Following luriclieoiT Mrs. George Pollock, Jr., Introduced Mr, Nicholson who spoke to the group oh "Our Local School Problems." . _Each member was presented a booklet containing tile highlights of the D. A. E. program for the year. *n\e« were presented in tiny scrolls bound in ribbons. Junior Service Auxiliary Compliments Officers The Blythevllle Junior Service Auxiliary held its fall luncheon meeting yesterday in the Colonial Boom of Hotel Noble. The luncheon was In special compliment to th« officers for 1949-50.: They are: president, Mrs. Oscar.Fendler; vice- president, Mrs. James Roy; secretary, Airs. Wlll.ard Pease; treasurer, Mr«. James C. Guard and welfare chairman, Mrs.. Monroe Grain. ', A- hand carved walnut gavel was presented to Mrs. Fen die r by Mrs. Harvey Morris. -Mrs., Joe Beasley gave a report on the eye screening which Is now being successfully carried on at Sud- trarj School. ,It was announced by Mrs. Hermon Carleton that the Story Hour at the Library would be resumed Oct 15. -Mrs. Floyd Haralson, Executive Secretary of Mississippi i County Chapter of .American Red Cross, was guest speaker, for the group «,and she explained the work of the Bed Cross Chapter in Blythevllle and -Mississippi County. BROTHER OR SISTER i'8526 L 1 l. a ,,,« 1-8 yri. By Sue Burnett The liny family members will look like a pair of angels In these practical play clothes. Suitable for a boy or girl, two versions of the coveralls are possible—make with or without a collar and [or fun, applique a saucy duck on one side! Pattern No. 8526 is a sew-rlle perforated pattern in sizes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 8 years. Size 2, coverall short sleeve, 2S yards of 3n or 39- inch; Jacket, long sleeves, l?s yards- bib overall, 2;{• yards. 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 7, Don't miss the new FASHION. The Fall and Winter Issue will delight you with Us up-to-the-minute easy to 'make frocks for all the family. Free gift pattern printed inside the book. 25 cents. Cotillion Club Elects Officers At Hotel Meeting A brief business meeting was conducted by members of the Cotillion Club^.last night at Hotel Noble during which time officers for the year were cleclcd. They arc: president, Toler Buchanan; vice-president,-Mrs. Eric Whltley; treasurer, S. E. Tune; and secretary, Mrs. Hermon. Carleton. *• • Lake Street M.Y. F. Elects Miss Stilwell President Officers for the M.Y.F. of the ke Street Methodist Church were, nslallcd at a recent meeting. They are: president, , Miss Lottie Pearl Slilwell; vice-president, Wllburn Harrison; secretary and treasurer Miss Edna Lovett; and program Miss Hardy Speaks At High School PTA "The public must have confident in its .schools and In the teachers' said MLss Rosa Hardy, assistant superintendent of Blytlievllle schools in an address to the High Schco P.T.A. yesterday afternoon. ; Mrs. Bert Mayo, membership chairman announced that rooms of the following le»cher,s were 100 percent in membership: Mrs. Orcn Green, Mrs. O, E. Quell- malz. Mlv> Monta Hughes, Miss Uina B. Wilhclm and Miss Frances Bo wen. H was agreed to help send a dele- gale lx> Litile Rock to attend the highway .safety conference Nov. 14 and 15. Mrs. Buford Young, president, announced that five PTA members would join a caravan of cars next Wednesday to participate In a tour of several modern high schools. Mrs. L. J. Zellers, Mrs, Bradford Chtlwood, Mrs. Sidney Platt Mrs. JeiTy llcarn and Mrs. Hugh Gentry volunteered to help in the Community Chest Drive. Mrs. J. C. Drokc expressed the PTA's appreciation to the ladles who worked on the committee foi the PTA cookbook, the project for the year. Mrs. Ray Hall, Mrs. L. E. Baker, Mrs. R. E, Vaji Hoascr, Mrs. R. D. Dcdman, Mrs. Earl Buckley, Mrs. Wendell Phillips, Mrs. Jerry Hearn, Mrs. George Shanks, Mrs. Aubrey Boyii. Mrs. Abe Kinnlngham and Mrs. J. c, Droke compose the advertising committee for the cookbook. Mrs. Young expressed the!PTA's Appreciation to the merchants who supplied the needs for the books and she urged all mothers to patronize these stores. Mrs. Jesse M. White announced that letters of appreciation had been sent io KLCN, the American Legion and Day Amusement for their help (o the PTA. All members were urged by' Mrs. Young to attend the City Council meeting in Burdette Friday and aho the district be held at Wilson Nov. 4th. Any one wishing lo contribute to the cookbook were asked by Mrs. Young to contact Mrs. J. C. Droke. The President's message and the object of PTA were given by Mrs, Bert Mayo. The .sophomore class won tile attendance prize. St. Cecelia Unit Meets In O. O. Hardaway Home The St. Cecelia Unit of the Woman's Auxiliary of the National Council of the Episcopal Clnucli conducted the monthly meeting Monday night nt the o. O. Hardaway home on Hearn. Mrs. Hnrdaway led the opening prayer and also gave the devotional. Mrs. E. R, Mason, unit chairman, presided over the business session. Joshua was the character of the OW Testament studied by the group whichj-is one in~ a series of Old TesBluent characters, now' being studied by the group. Mrs. Louis Hubener was In charge of tlie sludy. Following- dismissal prayer, by Mrs. Hardaway refreshments were served. The remainder of the evening was spent in i open discussion. chairman, Miss Betilah Hawkins. Mrs. Lcnza Harrison Is counselor for the group. Bits of News Mo-itly. Mrs. Robert Harltgan and «on, bill, of Brussels, 'Belgium, arrived Monday for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. c. W. Afflict The Hartlgan family has bccJi living for the past two years In Belgium and has now returned to the United Slates. Mr. and Mrs. c. M. Gray, Jr, of Dothan, Ala,, announce Ihe birth of a son this morning at a Dothan hospital. The baby, who Is llielr first clilld has been named Charles Marion Gray III. They are former residents ol Blytlievllle. The Rev. W. J. FitKhugh, Dr. Louis P. Hubcner, Fred S. Sallba, Jimmy Richardson, and E. R. Mason •"attended a meeting of the Men's Clubs nl liie Episcopal Churches of Eastern Arkansas last night in West Memphis, Mrs. W. A. Slickmon has relum- ed from Monmouth, III., where she attended the 60th wedding anniversary of her brother, W. T. Dean and Mrs. Dean. Dick and Donna Dlxon were the week-end guests of their grandparents Mi. and Mrs. P. T. Dixon. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Christian and daughter, Sharon of Las Vegas, Nev., arc the r,mt,ls of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Grcenway and Mrs .Cora Greenway. Milton Green of Des Moines lefl this morning for his home afler spending Iwo wcck.s as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Greeivway. Mrs, Julian Gobelct of Jackson, I'cnn., will arrive lomorrow to be the guc? 1 , of Mrs. Mavis Sctlemire. Capt. Neal Lintzenfch arrived by plane today from Wiesbaden, Germany, where he was stationed for 16 months with the United States air lift, for a visit with his motli- Mrs, Fannie L<int7,cnich, and family. fr.T. R. C. Allen spent Tuesday n fit, Louis where she attended a design clinic under the direction of Al de Mcro, former P.T.D. magazine official designer. Jame.s T. Weathers has pledged Alpha Gamma Rho. social agriculture fraternity at the University of Arkansas. M. E. Crawford ami daughter. Miss Kay Keith lefl this morning or an extended visit in California where they will visit in San Diego and San Francisco with Earl Craword and Miss jean Keith. IVarry Weednian and son .Nicky, ind George Green flew to L?Fcytte nd., Saturday where they attend- d the Notre Dame-Purdue game. They were the overnight guests of ieorge Weedman and family in Three Rivers, Mich,, before rcturn- lome. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur .Wright and Tohn Wright left Monday for their lome after -spending several days here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Yank Wolsey. Condition ot MLss Mary', Van need, who is III at her home Is satisfactory. Jimmy Lowe, son of Mr. and Mis. Cecil Lowe returned Monday to Vii.shington University. St. Louis •here he is a freshman. Miss Bertha Hardy and'Mrs. Sam ijnmons were elected class mothers y 10th grade students at Dell High chool yesterday and Ed Hardin •as elected class father. Coming Events Social Coltndar Thursday Mrs. Raymond Schrnuck will «n tertaln Dr. Edna NIes' Silnda School Class of the First Bnptls Church with a potluck supper «t pra. The Elliott Fletcher Chapter o Ihe U. D. C. will meet with Mrs Marcus Evrard for a 12:30 luncheon GlrJ Scout J-one Troop Assocln tion will meet with Mrs. Fred £tcadman at 7:30 p. in. Mrs. Joe P. Pride, Jr,, hostess to Thursday Luncheon Club, Blylheville Rook Club meets will Mrs. H. A. Copelnnd. Mrs. W. E. Cherry compliments Avalon Bunco Club. Thursday Rook Club entertained by Mrs. o rover Wren. TN Club meets with Mrs. Gordon Henley. , Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester hostess to Thursday Night Club. Mrs. Aubrey Conway compliments Miri-Weck Club. Octette Club meels with Mrs. Langston Asliford. - Friday Mrs. Paul' Byrup compliments C B. C. Club. Civic Calendar Thursday Rotary club Hotel Noble 12:1(1 p.m. FOOTBALL: Paps vs Paragould. here. Friday Cotton Picking Contest, Grounds, 10 a.m, FOOTBALL: Chicks vs. Jonesboro, there. Fair Escapes Vengeance Among the Circassians ot he Caucasus, a murder might : se<ire his safety from vengeance by arrying off 'a newly born child rom the house of his enemy, bring- ]g it up as his own, and restoring t when its education was' finished, ccording to Ihe Encyclopedia Britannica. Intermediate Class Meets To Elect Officers The Intermediate Class of the First Methodist Church met at the home of the teacher. Miss Monta Hughes, for a business and social meeting Monday. In the business session officers .were elected. They nre: president, Pat Parllow; vice-president, Qlenda Lewis; secretary, Patti Deen Wright; treasurer, Maiiha Bean; program chairman. See Jobe; attendance chairman, Patty Scott; reporter, Gnil Whlisllt: hospitality chairman, Carol Furman and Kay Lunsford. At the conclusion of the meeting .a salad plale and cokes were served 'to the group. Local Insurance Men Win Contest Awards J. F. Homer, manager of the Jonesboro District of the Union Life Insurance Company, announced today that Freeman Jernlgan, Luther Goings, j. E. Brown and Assistant Manager J. P. Horner were awarded watches by the president of the company. Elmo . Walker,, for attaining the quota assigned them for September., the month of the company's 30th anniversary. T/iree Guests Attend Dell W. S. C. S. Meeting Thirty members and three guests Mrs. E. c. Christian of Las Vegas,. Nev., Mrs. Tom Bass and Miss Vailima Shephard, attended the VV.S C, S. meeting of the Methodist Church in Dell at the Earl Magcrs hom» Monday night. Mrs. Curtis Downs co-hostess, to the group. • Miss She'phard sang, "The Lord's Prayer.." The program, "Mission School" was presented by Mrs. R. G. Edwards and'Mrs.'Noble Gill. The study lesson taken from the book, "Women of the Scripture" was taught by Mrs- E. H. Hall. ' Following the'dismlssal prayer by Mrs. J. R. Gill,' refreshments of pumpkin pic and coffee were served. OLDSMOBIIE'S Krr^r; has Everybody Talking M&Uf' Kv erybo<Iy's l.i|k; ng i|—everybody'a trying it! The Ol(iginol>ilc "Rocket" ia "the most cmlmsi- flaliually received engine in mnloritig hisloryl More llinn .1 million people have ilrivcn a "Rocket" Olllsinnhile in llie past year—am] each of thcni it Jelling liis friends all ahont it! "Rock<-<" pmcr l "Korket" smnalhnas! "Racket" quietness! "Rockri" rrononyl "Haclta" leanurnrk uilli OMsmMk't ll\,lrn-.\tnlic Drirc! 'I here's « Fnlirrainic coml.i- n.llion of ercrrlhing you've always wauled in your car's power plant—a driver's dream come true! But don't lake onr word—take the wheel and find on! for yourself! Make a dc'momlraliori date wilh Ihe Oldsraobile "88"—loivMt-pricct) "Kockct" Kngine car. Soon ynu'll he lalking [hat way, loo— "KOCKL"11" "ROCKK'fl'i' "ROCKKIT' test" WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12,, 1949. PK PH ™ N J llrV NEARE5T OLDS MO., LI DIALER. Phon. 2056, LEE MOTOR SALES COMPANY, Inc., or yisit 309 E. Main F. T. A. Has Meeting; fleets New Treasurer The ROS» Hardy Chapter of the r. r.A. met Monday afternoon at the high school for » brie/ business session. During jhc Business meeting which was presided over by Ben Borpwosky, .Miss Janet Nelson was elected as treasurer for the grov/i Plans were suggested for the club project was for the year followed by a group discussion of merit points and placing an order for club pins, Mrs. O. E.' Quellmalz Is sponsor for the group. At The Hospitals BIyfheville Ho«pl(»l Dismissed: Mrs. W. R. Hall, City. Mrs. W. B. Robinson, Caruthers- ille. Mrs. A, J. Warren, city. Odell Anderson, City. Mrs. Manoder Dedez and City. Walls Hospital Joe Hughes, City. Mrs, Murl Garrison, City. Mrs. Mary Zahorn, Steele. Richmond Free Library Lives Up to Its Name RICHMOND, VI, (AP) _ The Richmond free library is all its 5.600 volumes have been donaled from persons In all parts ot the country, many of them celebrities. The "famous persons shelf" contains books given by such people as Mary Pickfoitl, ack Denny, Connie Mack and Gene Tunncy. The "gov- craois shelf" was slocked by the governors of 30 states. More lhan 300 volumes were presented In memory of departed family members and friends. It was 'done mostly by Mrs. Ethel M. Culver. She wrote hundreds of letters asking for books and the bocks came. Residents of the town re- cently donated funds, -materials and labor to remodel the library. A dog's tongue Is the only' part of its anatomy (Jiat can. prespir*. CHRISTMAS The most beautiful gifts In th e world are arriving dally to make your Xmas buying a pleasure. Come In ami get Ideas for Hie perfect glff. Xmas Is Just around baby Neutrality Code The Geneva Convention is a code idopted by 26 nations in 1864 Inuring neutrality and immunity for ill hvinanllarian agencies engaged n medical care to Ihe war wound- id, later revised to govern treat- nent of prisoners of war. Hie corner. 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