The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 9, 1950 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 9, 1950
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' PAGE FOUR — ' i New* CLYTHEVrLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Jau« She!tun, Society Kditor Phone 4461 Mia Louise Corling Ellell James E. Cobb To Wed In Virginia Ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Robert I. BItett, Jr., of Lynchburg, Vn., are today announcing the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Louise CorJing, to James Edward Cobb. son of Mr. and Mrs Charles B. Cobb of Haytl. Miss Elicit is a graduate ot the E C. Glass High School and Mary Washington College of the University of Virginia, and is now employed at the National Advisory committee for Aeronautic. 1 ;, Langley Air Force Base, Virginia. Mr. Cobb was graduated from Blytheville High' School where he WM outstanding in football, and other extra curricula activities. He served two years in "the Army and was graduated from Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, Vn Mr Cobb served as football captain of th« school's team; and> was also selected "Distinguished Military student. ' He Is now associated with Buckeye Cotton Oil Company, Memphis. The wedding will be solemnized July 15, at the Court Street Methodist Church, Lynchburg, Va. • * * . • • Webb Home Setting For Going AvVay Party The newlj^completcd home of Mr and Mrs. E.-'N. Pecan Aye" waj the setting last night for n going away party honoring Miss Mary Lois Overton, who Is leaving tod»y for Bradley, ni,, to make her home. _ Potted flowers decorated the room In which the group spent the even- Ing watching television shows. Guests attending were from Le*chvllle and Manila; Regular Meeting Is Postponed Th> monthly meeting of She J»yceette», scheduled to be held tonight at the Jaycee Club room JIM been postponed until Tuesday May 16, due to conflict with a •chool concert. Pre-Nupbial Events Begin for Miss Partlow The first In a scries of events planned lo fete Miss Nancy part- low, prior to her marriage to Murvin Nunn, Jr. in early summer, was a dessert bridge Saturday night at the S. C. Owens home. Mrs. Owens and Mrs. Graham Suribury were hostesses to three tables of guests for the white ami silver affair Low bowls filled with dainty white blossoms decorated the home. Miniature bud vases holding mock orange and tied in puffs of white satin centered the Individual tables White tallies and table appointments, adorned with gleaming silver wedding bells were used throughout the evening The honorec's place was designated with a gardenia corsage set in loops of satin. In the game, Miss Partlow won high score and Mrs. Marvin Nunn, Sr., second high. Mftt Partlow who was dressed In a trousseau frock of pure silk print with which she wore harmonizing navy blue accessories, was presented silver from her hostesses. Special guests for the occasion were Mrs. H.- Ci. Parttow, mother of the bride-elect, and Mrs. Nunn mother of Mr Nunn. • + • Church Groups Have Meeting Mrs. w. o. Guerin of Roswell N. M., huosegucst of her daughter Mrs. James Terry, and family, was guest yesterday with H members of the Woman's Council of the First Christian Church, when the group meeting was held at the Church at 2:30 pjn. Mrs. joe P. pride, Jr., taught the final lesson from the study book, Japan login Again," by William C. Kerr. Mrs. c. A. Tant presided over n brief business session during which plans were made for a well child clinic to be held Wednesday afternoon. The group was dismissed with the repeating of benediction. In the social hour following, the { for Mother . .. a gift she'd \ choose herself! V-o^ •pa&f MOJUD If you OS W her... she'd leff you ... "MOJUD stockings " Fcr MolhDr, know how tho Hidden inch .. . cxtro 9 i vo ond resilience right in Ihe knll... make lhes(! | ovely _ shecr J[od( _ ings fit, feel, look and wear boiler! Proportioned leg sizes for tall, medium or shorl Molhers. 1.50 to 1 95 &. SONS SHOES Airs. Thomas Cdwuril Wcstbrook Thomas E. Weslbrook Claims Joncsbovo Bride Announcement of social interest throughout the Joncsboro nnd Blytheville area is that made today by Air. nnd Mrs. William L. White of Jonesboro of the marriage of their daughter. Miss Mary Louise Brady to Thomas E. Westbrook, of Blythc- vllie, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Westbrook of Jonesboro. The nuptial vows were exchanged March 3 In Hcrnando, Miss., at the home of the Rev. c. J. Wnsson, Methodist minister. The ceremony was said nt 5 p.m. Robert Westbrook, brother of the bridegroom, was the couple's only attendant. The bride chose for her bridal costume n suit of powder blue gab- erdine with which she wore a small white straw hat, accented In shaded blue trim, she chose tan lizard accessories and pinned a while orchlt! at her shoulder. The bride is a member of the 1950 graduating class of Jonesboro high school and was a majorette .with the Jonesboro band. She was selected as a maid to Miss Jonesboro for 109. she Is a member of the Psl chapter of Delta Beta Sigma sorority Mr. Wcstbroofc was graduated with the class of 1945 of Jonesboro high school and attended Arkansas Stale College. He Is now connected with the Family Shoe Slore In ISly- theville. Aflcr June 1. Mr. Wcstbronk anil his bride will be at home in Blv- theiillc. Bits of News Mrs. C. H. Wnllaee and Mrs. W. E. Wallace returned Sunday from Nashville where they .spent several days as guests of Mrs. c H. Wallace's daughter, Mrs. Henry Wilson, and Mr. — Woman's Club Musical Tea Features Local Vocalists, Memphis Speaker Mrs. Roscoe Clark, who Is president of the Beethoven Club at Memphis and past president of the Tennessee Federation of Music Clubs, Is to be Hie guest speaker at. the Blythcville's Woman's Club annual musical tea to be conducted Friday afternoon from 3:30 p.m. to 5 p,m. Mrs. Clark has been president of the Beethoven Club for 12 years, Wilson, and Mr Wilson While ne " C(lln( > v «" w "° lor 12 years, there they attended ln«e races at I W1 « "resident ol the Tennessee Fcd- Murfrceslioro Ten., cratlon of Music Clubs for two Murfrcesnoro. Tenn. Mrs. Myrtle Heals nnd fain'.ly spent Sunday visiting relatives In Lcaclivllle. Mrs. c. II. Wallace and Mrs. W. B. Wallace are spending todiiv in Jonesboro. Condition of Donna Louisa Day, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Day, who Is confined to her home 1301 W. Main with a virus Infection, Is reported satisfactory. Ml.«,s Mary Lois Overton left today lor Bradley, III., where she will m^ke her home. Mrs. S. C Owens and daughters. Sue and Lue. are scpnding today In Memphis. Mrs. Jerry McGovern, Jr., and infant daughter, Kathleen, of St. Louis have arrived to visit as guests of Mrs. McGovcrn's mother, Mrs. O"lesby Thomas. They will be ac- compaiilrd to St. Louis upon their return by their son and brother, Jerry Jr.. who has been visiting here ns piiest of tils grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Smith nnd daughter, Shirley Ann of Memphis have returned to their home after vi'ltlnq here ns guests of Mr. Smith's mother, Mrs. J. J. Smith. Condition of C. V. Seonugh. \vho has been critically 111 for some time at Walls Hospital, is reijortecl much tn"»roved. Mr. and Mrs. R. M, Brunei of Corinth. Mis.?., formerly of Pine Bluff, arrived today to vlstt as guests of Mr. anrt Mrs. B, j: Cure. Condition of Harry Sansom, who Jjn.s been .seriously ilj at »lylhev : )le Ho-pltal with pneumonia since Friday, is reported improved. years; state parliamentarian, and state chairman of music In hospitals, national chairman of Music In Hospitals for Southern Regions, and president of the Past President's Assembly of Tennessee Federation of Music Clubs. Miss Jean Sarber. chairman of the niytheville group's musical tea also announced the afternoon's pro- grain today. Mrs. George Lee of Blytheville, a contralto, will present the first series of vocal music. This will Include: "Spring Joy" by Spross; "May The Maiden" by Carpenter. "In My Garden" by Firestone, and "Mother O' Mine" by Tours. Mrs. Tom Miller of Blytheville, a mezzo soprano, will sing: Habanera from Bi?.ct's "Carmen," "Wind and Lyre" by Rogers. "Sea Ranture" by Coates, "Stars In My Eyes" hy Kreisier. Mrs. Murray Smart will bo accompanied for both vocalists. Following the musical tea the club will have open house Friday night, along with the presentation of two films by the garden club division. Hostess (or the ten will include: Mrs. Roscoe Clark Mrs. J. T. Westbrook, chairman Mrs. C. A. Tant, Mrs. F. E. utlej Mrs, J. W. Rayder. Mrs. Rouse Har| Mrs. O. O. Hardaway. Mrs. T. C Branmim. Mrs. F. G. Relchel, Mr Charles Ray Newcomb. Mrs. M. L Stewart, Mrs. A. B. Hall, Mrs. Her mon Towles, Mrs. Wagner Adam Mrs. Rlley Adams, Mrs. Ebb Carsoi Mrs. E. H. Brown. Mrs. C. G. Rec man and Mrs. J. B. S'-rvenson, Jr. hostesses. Mrs. Eric Wliitiey. Mrs. Boyce Moore a ml Mrs. Sam flan- ley, served refreshments. Guests Attend WMU Meeting Five visitors met with 12 members o! the WMU of the Number Nine Baptist Church yesterday at the Calvin Hollingsworth home for the regular business meeting. Guests attending were Mr.?. C. L. Bell. Mrs. Jenny Webster, Mrs. Paul Abbott and daughter, paulana, and Mrs. Dolly Mullins of Yarbro. Mrs. T. N. Johnson, president, conducted the meeting, which was opened with the group repeating the. watchword followed with prayer by Mrs. Raymond Whittle. "Aunt" Mary Botwcll presented the devotional, after which she led the group in prayer. ' Mrs. Alice Coats read the minutes of the previous, meeting and the community report. A letter from the Juneko Hart Club of Intermediate GA's of Japan was read the group by Mrs. Tom Kcllick. An RA reix>rt was given by Mrs. Bob Stovall aff;r which Mrs. Bess Rustin presented a Sunbeam report. The meeting was adjourned with prayer led by Mrs. Rustin. In the social hour following, the] Rattlesnakes stab rather than hostess served sandwiches and iced j bite; in .striking, their fangs point drinks. straight, forward. WSCS Meets In La Shot Home Mrs. H. E. LuShot and Mis. C. C. Thompson entertained 17 members and. one guest of the Lake Street WSCS yesterday at the LaShot home on Dougan for the weekly meeting. Mrs. Lendcnnie Fowler was the only guest. Mrs. Lin/.a Harrison opened the meeting with prayer after which Mrs. Billy King, president, conducted the business session. Final plans were made for the district WSCS meeting, which will begin tomorrow ut 10 a.m. at the Lake Street Church. Mrs. King submitted her resignation as president. The resignation was accepted by the group and Mrs. Harrison, Mrs. Jimmy Sanders and Mrs. Don Lutx were appointed as a nominating committee for the selection of a new- president. Mrs. L. E. Gay directed the worship -service, "Christianizing Our Homes." The service was opened witli group singing, "For the Beauty of the Earth." Mrs. Cecil Lusk discussed "Christian Home Movement in China" after which Mrs. A. M. Van Winkle spoke on "India's Festival of Life." This was followed ..witlr group singing "From All the Dark Places." Mrs. W. L. Green spoke on "Christian Homes in Africa," after which Mrs. Qay concluded the service with the discussion, "The Christian Home Around the World." Mrs. Gay read the closing prayer with group response being made. In the social hour following, the hostesses served ice cream and individual cakes. WMS Has Bus less AAeet A business meeting,of the Armore WMS was conducted yesterday af ternoon at the C. C. Elliott horn with 15 members present. Mrs. Frank May opened the meet Ing with prayer after which Mrs Henry Berry presided over the bus [ness session. Plans were discussed by the groli! for the round-up of the year's wori and activities for 1950-51. Mrs. Elliott presented the devo tlonnl. "Missionary for Christ." Mrs. Ted Faught closed the meet ing with prayer. In the social hour of the after nuon, Mrs. Elliott served a desser course. Church Class Has Monthly Social The monthly social meeting of Uu leaners Sunday School Class of th< First Baptist Church was held las' night ut the Lloyd Stickmon home with 18 members present. Mrs. Murray Smart was co-hostess for the affair. Crystal vases filled with fragrant roses and greenery were placet in the room In which the group was seated and throughout the home. Mrs. Russell C. Farr, president Our Tclcphonr Number 4438 Shelton Motor Co. 'The Dress Your Mother Likes IS HERE AT FEINBERG'S A lovely dress she'll be delighted to-receive... ntid which you can easily afford. For we have all sizes in every price range just choose your price and we have your mother's size (regulars ami half sixes), She'll also appreciate the labels which show fine nunlily. . .Kennedy, Mynctte, Ann Button, Jerry Giklen and many others. So whether your molher prefers a lailored or dressy style in voile dolled swiss, chamhray, broadcloth linen or any other fine fahric.. .(he dress she'd like best is l\ere at Keiiiherg's. to *16 95 MOTHER'S DAY is NEXT SUNDAY FEINBERG'S Coming Events Social Calendar Wednesday The Chtckasawa Chapter ol the Delphian Society will me et at 10 a.m. tomorrow a t Hotel Noble Sudbury PTA meets at school at 3 p.m. Executive Board meellnR at, 2:30 p.m. District WSCS meeting held at Lake Street Methodist Church beginning at 10 a.m. Mrs. Herman Carlton and Mrs William Law-she entertaining with 1 o'clock luncheon honoring Chanter "D" of PEO nt Carlton home Mrs. Frank Seay hostess to High 7Vo Club. Club Eight meets with Mrs. Paul Jobe. Wednesday Club entertained by Mrs. W. J. Wunderllch. Alpha Beta Bunco meets with Miss Dorothy Drewry. Thursday Mary Martha Sunday School Class or First Baptist Church meets for potluck supper at 7 p.m, Mrs G. V. Daws, hostess. Mrs B B Caudle and Mrs. Elva Poe, co-hostesses. Mrs. Alvin Hardy hostess to Pro mlscd Land WSCS at 7:30 p m Mrs Wallace Hofce entertains Thursday Luncheon Club Mrs. Buss Kcttinger hostess to Avalon Bunco. Mr.s. Love Adnms hoslcss to Double Pour Bridnc Club Octette Club Jnmes HiU, Jr. Mrs. Neville Blakcmore hostess to Thursclnv Rook Chib. Mrs. Rube Carson entertains Kl- bitjror Cfub. Thursday Club meets with Mrs R. D. Hughes. Friday Women's Fellowship Day for the United Council or Church Women at Mrst Presbyterian Church beginning at 2:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Holland Akin entertain members of the Past Matrons and Patrons Club with nntluck supper at Shrincr's Ciub at 7 p.m Rockic Smith Dancing School annual recital at 8 p.m. at Memorial Auditorium. Open house at Woman's Club at 8 p.m. Mr.s. W. P. McCann entertains Lucky Rook Club. Saturday Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sig- prraidnJ over a business session after which Mrs. J. w. Rayder presented the devotional. Mrs. James Roy reviewed the book, "Father of the Bride" by Edward Streeter. In the social hour following adjournment. The hostesses served a frozen dessert course. TUESDAY, MAY 9, 19BO District WSCS Meeting Begins In Local Church meets with Mrs The district meeting of the Wo- ; men's Society for Christian Serv- • ice will get under way in the morn- • ing at 10 a.m. at the Lake .Street' Methodist Church with Mrs. Wll- |i Ham Hickox of Jonesboro, district president, presiding. Those scheduled to appear on th« program will be conference president, Mrs. Lloyd McClure of Uus- sellville; Mrs. H. H. Pulbrlght or Searcy, promotion secretary; i\A W. Henry ooodlow, secretary ™ missionary education; Miss Virginia Guffey, rural svorker In the tuberculosis sanitarium at Booneville; Mrs. c. H. Ashabranner of Manila, secretary of supply work; and Mrs. H. J. Couchman of Osceola, secretary of status of women. Mrs. Billy King Is president of the hostess church which will serve luncheon to the group. At Fhe Hospitals Rljlhevllle Hospital Dismissed: Dr. C. E. Wilson, City Carol Lewis Tlllman, Tomato Hattle Lee Tate, Arraorel ivestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111 May 9. (IP,— (USDA)—Hogs 14,500; active; weights 180 Ibs up 15 to mostly 25 higher than average Monday; lighter weights steady to strong; sows mostly 25 higher; bulk good and choice 180-240 Ib barrows ami gilts 19.35 to 19.50; top 19.50; some uneven weights 1325.; 250300 Ibs in odd lots 18.25-19.15- 140170 Ibs 17.00-19.00; 100-130 Ib pigs 13.25-16.50; sows 400 Ibs down 160075; 410-500 Ibs 15.00-10.00- over' 500 Ibs H.00-15; stags 10.00-12.fjijt Cattle 3000; calves 1850; openTng trade slow; few average to high good steers 28.50-23.CO; good qual-'" Ity feeder steers 25.25; heifers aim mixed .-cartings and cows active and firm; good heifers and mixed yearlings 27.00-28.50; common and medium 23.00-20.00; good co\vs 21.00-22.50; few 23.00 and above; common and medium cows 19.0020.50; canners and cutters 15.00'8.50; bulls steady; medium and good 21.00-22.50; cutter and common 18.00-20.00; vealers unchanged; good and choice 28.00-32.00- common^ and medium 19.00-27.00. ma Phi entertain* with Mother'« day luncheon at 1 p.m. at Rustle' Inn. 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