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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 4, 1950
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PAGE roun BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS , MAY "4, MM Jar* Shelton, Society Editor 4461 Miss Eich's Betrirotrial Is Made Known Today Announcement was made today of the engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Gail Eich, daughter of Mrs. Loy B. Eich and the late Mr. Etch of Kansas City, ENGAGE- M E N T TOLD — . Miss Gail Mo., formerly of Blythevilie, to Ejch, (laughter Uiuley Lambert Lundgaard, son of f -ir , „ n Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Lumlgaard of ?- = , 1 ->!ld the Karnns City. ^ ' c ", , a!1C1 ,,. ~ The single ring ceremony will be late ill'. iMCn performed May 13Ui ot 2 pju. in O f Kansas City, St. Murks Lutheran Church in •,, . f orm crlv Kansas City. Mrs. B. C. Fellows, sis- ™ °-' ™''"° J Icr of the bride-elect, will serve as Of Blytlievil e, matron of honor and only attend- will become the snt. bride of Lin- Mr. Lnndgaard will serve his son g j e ; , L am bert as best man. » ,,,,;i.,.,,,^,i n f Miss Eich was graduated from l-"lUKa<ir(l 01 Blythevilie High School. She is also Kansas City 111 an" alumna of Gulf Park College, a ceremony to Gtilfport, Miss., and the University of Ari7«na. She Is a member of Delta Gamma social iorority. Mr. Lundgaard was irraduated Ir:m the University of Oliicago and served as captain in the air gst&ra and'Ills corps. He Is a member of Phi Gam- bride will 1)0 at ran Delta fraternity and Is now homc j Kan . sales representative for Ismert- _., Hincke Milling Company In Kan- a- 115 *•'"•} • sas City. Immediately following the ceremony, Mrs. Eich will entertain with a reception for Immediate families of the couple at the Broofcside Hotel. Mr. Lundgaard and his bride <j will be at home in Kansas City. » . b e performed May 13. M r. L ti n d- Alpha Alpha Chapter In Barnes Home • About twenty members of the Alpha Alpha chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met at the home of Miss Luella Barnes last night for the regular meeting, which was postponed from Tuesday night because of the Cotton Week Ball at Blythevilie. . 'Mrs. Frances Gammill, president, presided at the brief business session. - A report on the state convention, conducted recently at Pine Bluff, WM given by three of the four delegates from . the chapter attending. •Mrs. Richard T. Mills, Mrs. James Rogers. Miss Vera Goodrich and Mrs. Ray Whittington represented the group at the convention. '-:' Mew officers are to be Installed at the next meeting ot Ihe sorority, 'to be at the home of Mrs. R. A. "iJpscomb with Mrs. Earl Stover as •co-hostes« ' Miss Goodrich will b« installed M president; Mrs. Robert I. Thompson, vice-president; Miss Wilma Douglas, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Milll,__treasurer; and Mrs. Ramon Morton', 1 recording secretary. p The group also made plans for ! »ummer activities. The sorority chapter will disband during the riKnr months, after the May 16 meeting, but plans are being made flor limited social activities. ,; Following the business meeting, 'the group played bridge and can- iita. Miss Florence Moore won high icore In the two tables of bridge »nd Miss Kathryn Eowell was high !«corer In the canasta games. '; Miss Barnes and the co-hostess Mrs. Morton, served it sandwicl to the guests. Texans Are Honored Square Dance • : Dressed In ginghams, cottons and informal attire, sixty guests attended a square dance at the Country Club last night at which Mr. and Mrs. John CautiHl were host hostess. Guests of honor were Mr and Mrs. Howard Rivers of Elgir .Texas, houseguest of Mr. and Mrs .Caudill. Multi-hued spring flowers wer arranged in crystal and potte vases around the room In wtiif the evening was spent in dancing Throughout the affair, punch an party foods were served from R Ion : table. Spring blossoms, floating in low bowl, topped the table. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Scott ol Bloomlnghton, III., houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. J. w. ^danis, were out of town guests. • * . Club Eight Meets; Mrs, White Hostess ', Mrs. Jesse M. White was hostess yesterday at her home to members of Club Eight for the. weekly dessert bridge. Mock orange, narcissi and other spring blossoms decorated the entertaining room. ' Mrs, G. O. Poetz won high score for the afternoon with Mrs. White. winning second high. Mrs. Regenold Guest With Wednesday Club Mrs. E. M. Regenold was guesT yesterday with the Wednesday Clu' .when Mrs. Baker Wilson entcrtatr ed with the weekly luncheon brirtgi The affair was held In a privat< dining room of the Country Club. White arid lavender hued snap dragons and stock, arranged in not- tcry vases, were placed around the room. Following the luncheon, Mrs. L. E Old, Jr.. won high scute In the bridge game. Second high was won by Mrs. Regenold. WERE WOMEN BORN to SUFFER? "No," My lot. of lucky girl. • w M»ybc ran, loo. etn look tielc on them •Ire*rftd diy« ' «»ch month *n<S revel in Noted «]i*f from p»in. y n r if you nuTer , irxifn functional peric-Jic cr«rnn, discover Irs. Hicks Is Honored iy Y. M. Birthday Club Mrs. Charlie Hicks wus guest of otior at the monthly meeting of /. M. Birthday Club Tuesday vcning. Mrs. Essie Lendennie was ostess to tlie club and four guests, Irs, Robert McHnffcy. Mrs. John- i.y Lcndeunic, Mrs. A. J. Smart and Mrs. Houston Goff, at her lome. Flowers were placed throughout he home. Preceding dinner, the group presented Mrs. Kicks with a ;lft after which the but Cet mea] i.'ns served from the linen draped lining table. A large white and pink ake, holding the club's traditional ix candles, centered the table. The remainder of the evening was spent Informally in games with, jrizes being presented to Miss Frances Long and Mrs. Paul Long. Coming Events Social Calendar Friday Mrs. T. H. Haynes and Mrs. N W. Brigham hostesses to the Dor cas Sunday School of tin First Baptist Church, at the Rus sell C. Farr home. 1120 Walnut at 2:30 p.m. lphn.Delta Chapter ot Beta Sig- Phi meets at Hotel Noble 2:30 p.m. Chapter "N" of PEO Stetcrhoo meets with Mrs. Riley Jones at p.m. Mrs. J. W. Adams co-hoates^ Bonnie Jean and Mary Ague Fceplcs hostess to the Young Pea pie's Training Union or Calvnr Baptist Church at their home, 211 Edwards, at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. J. O, Huey entertains tb Lucky Rook Club. Saturday Promised Land WSCS has hak and produce sale at 9 a.m. at Gain Grocery. Bits of News \lpha Beta Bunco Meets n Frecl Boy ell Home Low bowls filled with rose-s ami rchid and purple shaded Iris, dec- rated the entertaining rooms of he Fred Boyett home last ntght vhen Mrs. Boyett entertained for he weekly meeting of the Alpha leta Bunco Club. High score was won by ML : s Dorothy DrcwrjTj low by Mrs. Boyett and bunco by Mrs. Lane Nowcll, 'Hie hostess served n salad plate. Service* Program ^resented WMS Eighteen members of the Oosnell WMS met Tuesday night at the church for a Royal Service Pro;ram, "Invisible Bridges." The meeting was opened with group singing, "Savior, like a Shf.p- lerd Lead Us." , followed by prayer by Mrs. L. T. Karnes. Mrs. Gladys Jones gave the devotional, "Publish The Gcod Tid- ngs," after which the program was presented 5n the form ol play. Those participating were Mrs. Clernld Moody, Mrs. J. T. Karnes. Mrs. W. C. Maxwell, Mrs. Herchel House and Mrs. Walter Orissom. Mrs. House sang, "Must Jesus Bear The Cross Alone," accompanied by Mrs. C. A. Moody, after which Mrs. Roy McKay closed the meeting with prayer. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Rivers and daughters, Rebecca and llutli, of Elgin, Texas., are visiting hero as guests of Mr. Rivers' sister. Mrs. John Caudill, Mr. Cauclill and family. Mr. and Mrs. Wall-ace natlcy o( Sikeston are spending today In BlyUieville as guest, of Uwir dnugh- :er, Nfrs. Bill Moore anti fasnily. ! Mrs, Clyde McDonald, Mrs. Ev- ; erett Sarton, Mrs. Frank Morrow' and Mrs. Joe V. Wilson, o{ Newport were the Wednesday guest? of the Rev. and Mrs. Hoy I. nacicy. The Rev. Mr. Bagley and family formerly made their home In Newport. Pvt. Larry F. Lucy, son of Johnny Lucy of Blythevillc, has been promoted to the grade of private first class at Camp DraKC, Tokyo, where he is serving with the 13th Signal Company. MM. Foncst Moore, Mrs. T. I. Seay and Mrs. Prank Scay spent Monday In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Scott of Bloomington, 111., were the overnight guesL; of Mr. and Mrs. J. w. Adams. MKs Muriel Kiuidsen. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Knudsen of Blylhevllle, who is a student at MacMtirray College, Jacksonville, 111., Is attending the 20th annual Institute for Education by Radio in Columbus, Ohio, this weekend. Miss Knndsen, a.s a regional representative of Inter-collegiate Broadcasting System, will appear on the program dealing with campus broadcasting problems. The Rev. E. B. Williams, district superintendent of the Jones'ooro district of Methodist Churches, will leave tomorrow for his Ijome in 1 Jonesboro after spending the past I three days In Giythevllle where he j attended the quarterly conference I of the Lake Street, Yarbro and First Methodist Churches. Mrs. Ray Whlttington is in the Blythevilie Hospital. Condition of B. M. Matthews, who has been critically ill for sonic time In Memphis Baptist Hospital, remain-s critical. Mr.>, Matihe.w.s, Mrs. Fred Fleeman and John E. Matthews of Tunica, Miss., are with him. Mrs. W. A. Stickmon has moved from her home, 538 Chickasawba, to the Seeman partments, 802 Walnut. H. F. Sharp Is spending several days In Little Rock. Condition of c. V. Sebaugh, who has been critically 111 for sometime at Walls HospitsO, Is reported slightly improved. Condition of Mrs. Lynn Hughes. who was returned to her home or. North Highway 61 yesterday, from Walls Hospital, where, she had been undergoing treatment for ten;days. reported satisfactory. . _ Mr. and Mrs. Bverett Eubanks 1/1 |YarbroPTA Elects '' 950-51 Officers Mrs. Aubrey Bruce was elected nd installed as president of the 'arbro PTA for 1950-51, yesterday t the monthly meeting held at the farbro school. Other officers elected to serve ere: vice-president, Mrs. Thomas idgun; secretary; Mrs. Clyde Bunch; nd treasurer, Mrs. Harry Sansom. In the business meeting, Mrs. •ruce appointed committees for the ear. Those named were: member- hip, Flat Lakt, Mrs. John Plunk- tt and Mrs. Glen Bunch, Yarbro, Mrs. Milton Bunch and Mrs. E Vheeler. Program, Mrs. Johnny lohnson and Miss Minnie Poster. Devotional, Miss Mildred Chambers and Mrs. O. p. Mclntosh. Hospl- alily. Mrs. Victor Mailory; magazine, Mrs. Bogun; summer roundup, Mrs. Milton Bunch; Mrs. M. O McRae, -Miss Carlton Stiles and Miss Alice Marie Ross. Publications, Mrs. William Wyatt. "Why Not the child?" was the :heme selected for the devotional presented by Miss Chambers. Mrs WALKING WOMEN—Mary Wilson and Jeanette Rowan check their worn dogs after walking down 13 Boors ol their New York apartment house. They were among thousands ot skyscraper dwellers stranded when 12.000 building service employes struck (or higher wogcs, shorter working nours and pensions. Party Meeting Held by Group A combined business meeting and party of the Friendship Sunday School class of the First Baptist Church was held Tuesday night at the Joe Atkins home. Hostesses to the 16 mejnbers and one guest were Mrs. Atkins and Mrs. Charles Frazier. Mrs. Hank Hays was the class' guest. . Mrs. C. I,. Evans opened the meet- ing with a devotional after whlc Mrs. N. P. Marshall, president, pre sided over the business session. The remainder of the, evenin was spent in party games nnd in formal entertainment. The hostess es served refreshments. The meeting was closed wit prayer by Mrs. Marvin Razer. Total timber resources In th public domain in the u. S. estimated at between $50,000,000 an 5100,000.000 in value. Guest Teaches , Study Lesson Mrs. John Buchanan was'host«"» at her home Monday night to lour members and one guest of the Bui- I ness Women's Circle Number Eight of the First Baptist Church for ft potluck supper and mission study meeting. Mrs. Harry Brooka wa* the Circle's only guest. Supper was served buffet style, after which Mrs, Russell Baugh opened the study with prayer. MM. BrooVs taught the third chapter from the study boo'*, "Holy In Missions." The meeting w»s adjourned wIU prayer. Bruce spoke to the group on, "Why We Have A Summer-Round up.' Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, elementary supervisor, spokft concern- Ing "Mental' Health", after which the retiring president, Mrs. Johnson, was presented a gift from the group. .In the social hour following, refreshments were served. Box Office Opens l:45;Starl< t Continuous Showing Everyday KHz Shows Now Showing at Rosy Roxy Shows Now Seen at Gem Thursday & Friday RED SKEITON LS 'The Yellow Cab Man GLORIA Ol HAVEN Paramount News and Selected Short* GEM Box Office Opens C:3* P.M. Show Starts >t «:45 P.M. Thursday & Friday —DOUBLE FEATURE— lfGGORCEY£BOWERY —PLUS— ^i "KISS IN THI DARK^ At The Hosoitals Blythevilie Hospital Dismissed: C. W. jnckson, Porta, Ark. Mrs. D. W. .Bennett, Joiner. Johnnie Mae Jcmison, Osceola. Wills Hospital Dismissed: • Mrs. M. L. Hughes, City. W. E. Griffin, City. and son. James Tucker, spent Tuesday in Little Rock, where James Tucker underwent a check-up. Steele Recital To Be Given Piano and voice pupils ol Mrs. O. T. Co>l fif Steele will be presented in H recital Saturday night. May 6, at the Sleele High school auditorium at 7:15 p.m. and also Sunday afternoon at 3 p.m. Intermediate and advanced students will perform Saturday night, beginners will appear Sunday alter noon. 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