The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 14, 1949 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 14, 1949
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PAGE FOUR •' 'Jan* Shelton, Society Editor _JLYTHEVTLLE ,(ARK.) COURIER NEWS Mis* Bramlctt Married In Home Ceremony . M!s« .Virgin!* Josephine Bramlett 'rt Blytheville, d»iight*r at air. and Mr». a.*H. Kimbrell of Grelgridge, Mb., . bec»m« the , bride ol Floyd Fr«m»n Dorrljs of Blylhsvllle In a ceremony performed October 8 at the home of Mrs. Dorothy Crawford Cote on 'Holly Street. .Th« Rev. E. O. Brown performed th« « p.m. ceremony before friends »nd immediate relatives. , . 'Soft: shaded flowers were placed throughout the. home to provide the. tettlng for the exchange of vow». Serving IB matron of honor and only attendant was Mrs. Cole who chose n two-piece purple crepe afternoon frock »lth » v-neck line »nd pencil slim skirt. Yellow gardenias were pinned -at her shoulder with grey accessories completing her tostume. The bride wore a brown skirted suit with a luggage tan and brown 'Jacket In complement. The high 'recked "jacket closed at' the walsl .irith'ttny .self-covered buttons ending In a, snug flair over the slim skirt; She selected luggage accessories. Gardenias set In liny satin bowA.were her bridal flowers and fthe /carried a whit* Bible from which flowed away many knee- length, white satin rlhbons. Harold Eiibanlts served as best man, Immediately following the ceremony a wedding supper was given at Ct'mp Moultrfe for members of the wedding party and Immediate relatives. . The young couple left on a wedding trip to Memphis before return- Ing to Blytheville to make their home. While in Memphis they were complimented with, a nuptial party by Mrs. William Gibson. » * • 1 5th Birthday Honored With Spaghetti Supper KIM Ann Hindnian, daughter of Mr.: and Mrs. Charles A. Hindinan, •wtt oomplimented.last night with a spaghetti supper at her home in celebration of her- 15th birthday. Kftten guests attended the affair with' the eienLijg preceding the Blytheville-Paragould football game being »pent In watching television shows. and Informal entertainment. Pink and while was the chosen theme with the table appointments to complement. Bouquets of assorted fall flowers decorated the home. homr The white birthday cake 'and Ice- cream wa* served following supper »ft«r which' the { group attended the football game u guests of Miss •P in ? ln ? n y'^ rs- i •'•f n .-»i' , ;,,;J«j»,(j HIndman 0 w« assisted 'In ' tin J«w Homer Members, Guest Play Rook In Copeland Home .Kr* Ross Moore was guest with members of the Blytheville Rook Club when Mrs. R. A. Copeland was hc*t«M ; to .the group «t her home Thursday afternoon. , Numerous arrangements of fall flowers decorated the rooms in which ' the' guests .were seated for the rook, games. Mrs. 'Albert Enderlin won high with Mrs G. V. Daws winning second arid Mrs. O. • O. El kins rooko. Mrs. Moore was also presented a gift. At the conclusion of the games, a dessert course and coffee were served. . . : - U. D. C. Has Luncheon, Installs Ne wOffleers -'The Marcus Evrard home was the scene of the Elliott Fletcher Chapter of the U. D. C. 12:30 luncheon yesterday when Mrs. Roland Green, .Mrs. W. T. Oberst, Mrs. W. I. Denton and Mrs. A. M, R. Branson .were co-hostesses with Mrs Evrard: The two-course luncheon was served from individual tables which .were centered with crystal vases holding tiny rosebuds. Assorted hiicd fall flowers were arranged in bouquets throughout the entertaining rooms. Immediately following the luncheon officers for the coming year were installed by Mrs. James B. '. Clark, past president. Those taking office were president, Mrs. Gene At- 'klnson; first vlce-presient, Mrs. n. , C. Rose; second vice-president, Mrs. Thomas Hudson of Luxora; treasurer, Mrs. Roland Green; registrar, .Mrs. Marcus Evrard historian, Mrs, M. Pitislmmons; parUmentarlan, Mrs. Janies B. Clark; and recorder of crosses, Mrs. C. L. McWalers, Jr. Committees for the coming years were announced by the president. TAILORED CLASSIC 8525 34-52 By Sue Burnett No other style looks so smart and wears so well as the carefully tailored shirtwaist . dress. This one, designed in larger sizes, pays special attention to detail — flattering collar, smooth yoke, button trimmed pocekls. Pattern No. 8525 is a sew-rlte perforated pallern in sixes 36, 38, 40,' 42, 44, 4«. 48, 50 and 52. Size 38, Short, sleeves, 4T4 yards of 39- inch. 1 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, 111. •The Fall and Winter FASHION Is a complete guide In planning a wearable fall wardrobe. New — exciting — informative. Free pattern printed Inside the book. 25 cents. Mrs. Parks Complimented At LeRoy Ross Horqe . Mrs. LeRoy - Ross and Mrs. Bill Brode were hostesses last night, at tl:e Ross home on Parkway to 18 guests when they entertained with a layette shower complimenting Mrs. Jimmy Parks. Mixed fall bouquets placed In china vases decorated the entertaining rooms of the home. Informal entertainment and games made up the evening's actl- Uties after which ^gifts were presented Mrs. Parks "who was seated in a chair decorated in a profus- s!on of pink and blue bmvs. The hostesses served a sandwich plate with Iced drinks during the evening. Mrs. Grovcr Wren Hostess To Club Members, Guest Mrs. W. B. Mayo was guest with members of the Thursday Rook Club when Mrs. Orovcr wren was hostess to the group at her home yesterday. Snapdragons nnrt dahlias arranged In China vases decorated the home. In the' rook games prizes were awarded Mrs. Harold Hinson for high, Mrs. Neville Bljikemore .second and Mrs. George Sallba, Jr., rooko. During the afternoon a salad plate with coffee was served. Layette Shower Honors Mrs. Donald Gean Estes Pink and blue was the chosen motif for the layette shower given last night at the L. E. Gay home en Ninth Street in compliment to Mrs. Donald Estes. Approximately 15 guests attended rhe pffair with the evening being -spent in games, In which prizes were awarded Mrs. H. E. LaShot and informal entertainment. The honorcc's chair was marked with pink and blue bows and she was presented gifts from the group in a miniature buggy also adorned with pink and blue bows. Refreshments of tiny open faced sandwiches and assorted parly foods r.nii iced drinks were served at the conclusion of the evening. The pink Ice-cream and blue Bits of News WILSON NEWS By Mrs. B. P. Boy lea Mrs. Marvin Nunn and Marvin Nunn, Jr., left today for Birmingham where they will attend the Tennessee-Alabama, game tomorrow. While there they will be the guests of their daughter and sister Mrs. John Walter Cock, Jr., Mr! Cock and family. They plan to return Tuesday. Mrs. E. P. Still and Mrs. Gene Atkinson are spending today in Memphis. They wore Joined in by Mrs. L. C. B. Young. Mrs. W. I. Dentan Is visiting In Little Rock as guest of Mrs. A B Fahiield and son. Albert. ' Mr. and Mrs. A. Enderlln of Boonevlllc. Mo., have returned to their home' alter visiting here as guests ol Mr. and Mrs. J. Albert Enderlln. Condition of M. L. Hawkins who Is a patient at Walls Hospital satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Shearln and Kay shearln and Miss Millie Chambers spent yesterday In Memphis where Mis* Chambers consulted hei doctor and Kay attended a post- polio clinic .14 Wfst Memphis, he: condition is excellent. Condition of Mrs. Harriet Sulll van who recently underwent a major operation at Memphis Methodist Hospital Is satisfactory, she expects to return to her home the middle of next week. Among the Blytheville people who will attend the Blythevllle-Jones- horo football game tonight In Joncsboro will be Mrs. Herbert N. Swcarengen. Si 1 .. Mrs. Anne Smith and the Mi.sse.s- Emmadel Sweareii- gcn, Sandra Long, Billie Marie uuf • pua 's[jcg uueor '^jatUBg Dickinson. Mrs. Alfred Todd Gray and son Todd of Dexter, Mo., are here vis- illng with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Ramey. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Brawley of Los Angeles. Calif., have arrived to spend several days as guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Baggett. They came especially to attend the National Cotton Picking Contest/ today. Mr. Brawley formerly made his home here with his aunt and uncle, Mr. 'ami Mrs. Baggett. Among the Memphis people attending the opening of the Starvue Theatre Wednesday night were Mr.5. C. J. Beshars, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Wortham, Bob Bostick. manager of the. National Theatre Supply, Neal Blunt, J. C. Mitchell and Tom Nelson all of Memphis. Among the Blyihevllle people who. will attend the BlythevlllerJoncs- boro football game tonight In Jonesboro will be Mr. and Mrs. Henry Westbrook. Billie Jean Westbrook, Pat Bartholomew,'Mr. and Mrs. Spe?H McGregor, Pat' McGregor, Keien' Martin, Rena Bailey, Mary Ruth Porter, Mr .and Mrs. G. C. Bartholomew, Mr. and Mrs. D. diner, Mrs. Johnson. Roxanne Johnson, Pe'ggy Zachry. Kat Smith, Lucreta Bunch, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Borowsky, Ben Borowsky, Pruna Borov.'sky, Rhonda Eaton, Jimmy Phillips, Mrs. Sterling Martin, Sonny Martin, Katherlne Martin, Betty Harbor, Shirley King, Carolyn Llnt- zenlch and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Thaxton, Lena Fay Thaxton, Joanne Tedlock, who will be the overnight guests of Mrs. Thaxton's sister, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Tsh- mull. Mrs. H. W. Wylie and daughter, Dora Bernlce, returned yesterday from Phoenix, Ariz., where they »c- compn'nled their daughter and sister. Miss Heard Wylie, who enrolled us a freshman at Brownmoor school for Girls. Prior to her enrollment the group spent a month touring the West.. Condition of Mrs. Quincy O. Alexander who is a patient at Walls Hospital Is Improved. Condition of Mrs. J. H. Elkins, who has been 'critically ill at Blytheville Hospital since Monday, today is unchanged. Mrs. Elkliu was admitted to the hospital Monday following a series of heart attacks. Her brother,' Horace Loving, of Nashville, Tenn., who has been here since Tuesday, returned home last night, and her nephew, Charles tu- gram, who is a student at University of Tennessee Dental College In Memphis, will arrive tonight to be with his aunt. Mrs. J. H. Lovell, Mrs. Charles Hale and Mrs. Paul Semmes, all ol Bapliit Congregation fleets Church Officers W. D. Brown and C. G. Miller- hive been elected clerk and treasurer, respectively, of the Wilson Baptist Church, other officers are: W. O. Harris, Sunday School superintendent: W. A. Williams, associate superintendent; Mrs. H. G. Yales, secretary, »nd A. L. Greenwell, assistant. Training , Union officers—J. B. Loi'ett, general director; G. B. Craven .associate; Annie Rae Rowland, secretary: W. D. Brown. Intermediate leader; Mrs. D. D. Cash, Junior leader; Dwlght Anderson, young people's counselor; Mrs. Charles Leftwlch, story hour leader and Mrs. Albert Greenwell, WMS president. The Rev. and Mrs.- A. P. Muncy, Mrs. Paul Biissey, Mrs. B. E. Anderson, Mrs. Ed Williams, Mrs. A. L. Greenwell, Mrs. Curtis Miller. Mrs. Pauline Corkran and Mrs. W. A Williams were among those from Wilson who attended the Mississippi County Association of the Baptist Church two-day meeting in Osceola last Thursday and Friday. W.S.C.S. Members Sludy Japan Third In a series of study courses on Japan was conducted by members of the W. s. C. S. of the Wilson Methodist Church. Wednesday afternoon at the church. In (he absence of Mrs. Hoy Stobough study leader, Mrs. John Enoch Sr was In charge. The Rev. H. i.ynn Wade spoke on 'Religion In Japan" in which he discussed the difference In Ohln- :ol5m and Buddhism, Japanese rc- llglons. Mrs. Enoch gave the devo- Mrs. Bunch New Member Of Yarbro H. D. Club Mrs. Hildred Bunch became a new nember of the Yarhro Home Dei*- mstratlon Club when Mrs. J p (amey was hostess to the group it her home Wednesday. The meeting was opened with he singing of the song. "Pick A Bale- of Cotton." the devotional, and a Poem, The Builder" being given by tiie hostess. Each member answered the roil :all by telling her favorite breakfast menu. Mrs. B. A. Bugg spoke to the group on the planting and care of fall bulbs wth Mrs. NIta Bunch reporting on the recent National Home Demonstration meeting in Colorado Springs, Colo., which she attended. . i The group was dismissed with Hie reading or the Woman's creed. Tile hostess was assisted-in serving by her mother Mrs. Hildred Bunch. c?.ke further emphasized the chosen theme. r Mrs. Gay was assisted in serving by Mrs, Rube^ Chandler and Mrs. LaShot. tfonal >nd led In the dismissal prayer. The final meeting In the study course will be held Monday afternoon at the church. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Polk ol Jasper, Ala., arrived Monday to spend two weeks with their nephew, Alex Goble, and family. Mr. Polk recently celebrated his 100th birthday. Misses Mary Ryals and ; Bonnie Goble, who attend the Methodist Hospital School of Nursing in Memphis, spent the weekend with their families. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wallin of Pine BluH have returned to their home after visiting their daughter, Mrs. Bent ley Rhodes, and family. Mr, and Mrs. Roy Brlnkley and family spent the weekend with their son. Roy Brlnkley, Jr., and family In Jackson, Miss. En route home they slopped In Starkvllle to visit friends. Miss Claudia Campbell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Neely, who Is attending Arkansas Slate Irj Jonesboro, pledged Alpha Omicron PI Sorority there, where she Is a freshman. Leon Ray, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Ray, who attends Arkansas State In Jonesboro, pledged PI Kappa Alpha Fraternity there, where he Is a sophomore. Mrs. R. E. Lee Wilson and Mrs. C. J. Lowrancc attended the Junior League Fashion Show In Mem- pills Ihls week. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Conner and small daughter-, Cheran, of Marked Tree, were the guests of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Buford Boylcs and family lost week. Gosne// WSCS Hoi Regular Meeting Five members of the Gosnell Me- thodtst \VSCS met Thursday afternoon at the church. Mrs. J. C. Davis, president, presided over the business meeting followed by the reading and reviewing of the second chapter-ol Hurlburt's Bible Stories by Mrs. R. I,, Maxwell. 'Mrs. Marvin Rast led the dismissal prayer. _ t Duplicate Bridge Meets In Club Room Here Mr. and' Mrs. Georee Wlgqs won higk. O. S. Crowell and Harry Lea- venstein of Osceola won second high with Mr. and Mrs. Jtm Role-son winning third In Ihe same! last night of the Duplicate Bridge Club In the Club room. 209 'i W.VMaln. The club will be opened for duplicate Saturday night at 7:30 p.m. and also Tuesday nfternocm at 2 p.m. Anyone Interested In playing Is ashed -to coijtact Mrs. Roleson. At The Hosnilals BlytheTllle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. B. W. White and haby, City. Teresa Ann White, City. Walli Hospital Dismissed: Tommy Hart, Ht. I. David Hart. Rt. I. Martha Ann Burks. City. Mrs. W. S. 'Byrd and baby, IU. 2. Mrs. R. E. Warrington and baby. Huffman. Mrs Carles Ray Ncwcomb and baby. City. Mrs . D. .L. Gates. City. Baby Dwaln Lester. Holland. Baby Michael Williams, Stecle. A. J| Rhoades. City.' Osceola, spent yesterday In Blytheville. Condition of Crawford Noble, who Is a patient at Battle Creek Sani- torium, Battle Creek, Mich., is critical, according to Information re- Mr. Noble was stricken 111 several celvcd by relatives in Blytheville. weeks ago while on a European tour with Mrs. Noble, and was in a Stockholm hospital for some time before being able to be returned to the United Stales for treatment. Mrs. Noble U In Battle Creek with him. Continuous Shows Bos Office Opens'.>'.:4SV Show Star(s ; 2:0fl:-.,, •1:00 a.m. !i:15 p.onvi «Vi» p.m LISTEN TO KI.ON Last Time; Today Father Was a Fullback with Fred MucMurray and Maureen O'llani Paramount News & Slnirls Continuous Showing Everyday Saturday Serial "Wild Bill Hickok" No. 3 and Short Conl. Showing Sat. 12:30-11:30 FRIDAY, OCTOBER M, Girl Scout Leaders For Annual Tea to Mrs. W. B. Cannon, Mrs. Eric Whltlcy and Mrs. Leon Smith were Introduced to tne Girl Seoul Loni Troop Association as new leaders at a meeting last night at the home of Mrs. Fred Steadman. Mrs, Cannon will work with seven-year old Brownies. Mrs. Smith with nine-year old Browiiies and Mrs. Whitley with eight year old Brownies. At the meeting last night, plans for the annual Girl Scout Tea, recognizing Girl Scout Week and observing the birthday of founder, Juliette Lowe, were completed. The tea will be held October 30 at the Girl Scout's Little House. Mrs. Fred steadman- was named chairman at the decorating committee, and Mrs. Hugh Whitsltt and Mrs. W. H. Campbell will compose the refreshment committee; Committee Members Needed Mrs. Glenn O. Ladd, president of the association, said that at present 141 Brownies and Girl Scouts were regiMered, and that all troops were required to have three tpoop committee members and that all liad not met this requirement. In the business session a schedule of meeting places was set up, and hi ,he treasurer's report, given by Mrs. Coady Eaton, it was pointed out that here Is a deficit in the treasuo', which made It necessary for funds :o be sought through the Community Chest this year. \ The meeting schedule outlined, follows: Brownies—seven-year olds, Wednesday at 3:45 p.m. at Little House, Mrs. Cannon, Mrs. Ladd and Miss Rhonda Eaton, leaders; eight-year Outline Plans Be Given Oct. 30 olds, Thursday at 3:45 p.m. at Little House, Mrs. Whitley and Mrs. J. P. Garrotl, leaders; Dine year olds, Thursday at 3:i5 p.m. at the First Methodist Church. Mrs. Smith and Miss Joyce Conacher, leaders. Scouts—Lange Troop, Friday at 3:45 jura, at Woman's Club, Mrs. Steadman and Mrs. John Miles Miller, leaders; Central Troop, 3:45 p.m. Wednesday at First Methodist Chui-ch, Mrs. Campbell, Mrs.'Jerry Cohen and Mrs. Rouse Harp, leaders; Sudbury Troop, 3:45 p.m. Monday at Little House, Miss Mary Jo Eaton and Mrs. Cpady Eaton, leaders; Junior High Troop, 3:45 p.m. Tuesday at Little House, Mrs. Ladd and Mrs. Whitsltt, leaders, ' Plan Investiture Ceremony In the new Scout year's program .t was decided to have an Investiture ceremony in November, hobby show In January, observance of birthday week In March and a court of awards In May, Included In the activity program for this month is the folding of fihiistmas Seals for the Mississippi :ounty Tuberculosis Association and maklng,of tray favors for hos- jitnls at Thanksgiving time. Mrs. Ladd said today that each Scout troop is to have a special tie- color, and that the various ties noiv owned by tl)e girls could be ex-hanged at the Scout exchange by contacting Mrs. Eaton. The Cemial Troop will wear red ties; Junior flgh, yello*-; suribury, dark green; Lange, light green. The uniform exchange tins been set up providing a method of trading uniforms for Show Starts 1-M Boi Office Opens «:« Opens Suijitaj 1:00: Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat & Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday No passes honored on Sunday at Roxj Theatre Last Time Today Box Orriic Opens 6:30 P.M. Show Starts 6:45 All My Sons with Kclwurd G. Robinson Selected Short Subjects Saturday The Dead Don't Dream with William Boyd Serial: "Kui'kcdzien" i\u. a * Short Cont. Showing Sat. 12:30-11:30 Sunday & Monday —DOUBLE FEATURE— BEST SELLER SENSATION! MAN-EATER OFKUMAON ' SABU-WENDEU COREY-TONE PAGE * uximi.i mimiiMii nifm FOX NEWS ConL Show Sun 1:30—11:00 Coming Evenf-s Social Calendar Saturday Mrs. Marcus Evrard and Mrs. Joe Evrard will entertain with * t«>. shower si. 3 p.m. In compliment to Miss Dorodiy Higglnson bride-elect of Janies Hinton Rogeri. Civic Calendar Frldly FOOTBALL: Chicks vs. Joncsboro. there. Story Hour to Be Held Saturday at Library The Blytheville Junior Service Auxiliary will resume Us story Hour Saturday morning at the new library building following: the discontinuance for the summer months due to tne polio epidemic. Mrs. Hermon Carleton, chalrmj^ of the Story Hour, announced tfflH the first stories would be from 9:30 until 10:30 with Mrs. James C. Guard story-teller for the first- second nnd third grade children. The second hour will be from 10:30 until 11:30 with Mrs. Joe P.' Pride, Jr., In charge of the story idling for the fourth, fifjh and sixth grade age groups. The United States Library of Congress contains more than eight million volumes and pamphlets. the growing Scouts In order that the Troops may keep uniforms In good condition. The Lone Troop Association will meet the second Thursday of each month. R1TZ THIATR BY REFRIGERATION Sunday and Monday > M-&M'<MI6H1YMIRACIETECHNICOIOR MUSICAL SHOW OF SHOWS! ONE OF HER GREATEST PICTURES! JUDY OAKLAND SINGS "OVER THE SAIMOW AND i OTHER SONG HITS I JUDY GARLAND FUIK MBBEH-IIHBOlilEn-BEAT UHR-JUIIIIkLET • IIUIE HKE • Mm HKUILTH • WUE GMFEIU AID TNE WMIS Stm« Pl« W HOCL UfrtttY. aOREMCt RYERSO* «.d EOGAH UllAK W LIMXSMUH . l,n-e,byE.T.I«RBllllO - From ft. Sort L. £." * Dir.ct.d by VICTOR FLEMING . .Produced by MERVYN L.ROV Paramount News & Selected Shorts Continuous Showing Sunday 1:15-11:00 The cotton plant asserts anew Its claim to first honors In cloth- Ing mankind. 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