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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVTLIJE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1949 Jane Shclton, Society Editor Phone 4461" Steele Resident To Claim Miss Smith In Ceremony •Mr- andMr!,. Charles Smith'of Cullman, Alabama, are today announcing the engagement of their daughter Miss "Martha Jo Smith to Joe Marion Michic, son of Mr. and • Mrs- Simms Marion Michte of Steele and the nephew of Dr. J.- E. Beasley of Blytheville. •Mia Smith was graduated from Sacred Heart Junior College In Cullman and the University of Alabama where she was a niembci of the Alpha XI Belts sorority. .Mr. Miclile attended Vanderbilt University and was graduated from the University of Alabama where he was affiliated with Sigma Alpha Epsilon. The wedding will be solemnized November sixth at the First Baptist church in Cullman. • « • Foimes Resident Is Wed To Lacy E. Baynes /Miss Elya Neal of Cleveland, Ohio, lormely of .Blytheville, became the bride or Lacy E. Baynes, also of Cleveland,'in a ceremony perfomcd S<;pt. 29 at the King Carter, Hotel In Richmond, Va. The Rev. Harry Casswell, brother- in-law of the bride,-read the service. Mrs, Casswell attended her .sister M matron of honor and only attendant. ' . After » month's honeymoon, the couple will be at .her home at 3168 E. 93rd street In Cleveland. • • • ' : Dinner, Installation Service Honor Rainbow Girls The Rainbow Installation or [he Order of the Rainbow Assembly was held Tuesday night at the Masonic Hall with.officers of" the local assembly Installed preceding ' a 6 o.'clock dinner. Dinner was served to the Rainbow girls nnd Eastern star members who were guest"; for the occasion from a long'table which was over- Jaid with a,-white cloth nnd centered _wlth assorted fall flowers Jloatnlg in a crystal bowl. Crystal holders held glowing white triers on either 'side of the centerpiece. 'Installing-officers -for the occasion were Mrs. J. n. Smith, Mrs; Qus Eberdt, Mis Alvin Hardy and Mrs U H Holt Officers Installed ivere worthy advisor, Lottie Pearl Stihvell; worthy-assistant advisor, Miss Jackie Estes; Charity, 'Ernestine Holt; Hope, Bobble Estes; Faith, Carol Ann Bailey; driU leader,, Sally Trleschnian; chaplain, Sandra Lunsford; outer observer, Whlnle- beth Buckley; ''color station, love, Donna Sue Gore;"'religion, Rosemary Monaghan; "C v nature, Pat Hearn; : immortality, , Diane Zcller; fidelity, I-rances Dougherty; patriotism, May Seville; and service, Peggy,:Freeman. ' Soft pastel shaded formal dresses were norn by the newly ^installed officers with the assorted fall flowers forming a contrasting background. : < • * . Mrs. Ciowell Entertains, La Petite Club, Guests \ ,Mrs. W. P. McDanlel won high, and Mrs. Arthur Vance .second high in. the. bridge games at the weekly meeting of La Petite Tuesday, at the home of Mrs. O. S.'Crowcll, A gold vase holding an arrangement of huge red dahlias, a silver pitcher filled with an abundance of white chrysanthemums and" while roses and a coco china pot holding pink and yellow dahlias formed the striking decorations for the entertaining rooms. 'During the afternoon a dessert course was served. ' . • • ' # Club Eight, Guests Play Bridge At Allen Home Tiny .crystal bud ^vases holding black roses centered the individual tables at which the guests were seated for -the meeting of Club Eight Tuesday at the R. C. Allen home. . , . Mrs. Fred^ Rutherford and Airs, P. E. Black were guests. In the games, Mrs. Rutherford won high with Mrs. Jesse M. White winning second and Mrs. Black .Conltnunu : BoY Office Opens 1 :45- Show Starts 2:(lfl .1:00 a.m. 12:45 p. m 4:30 p. m LISTEN TO KI.ON Thursday & Friday If t J4y.rs=r Iriend , JOHN 1 i OIANA. ""oON LUND • LYNN • DfFORE -.*• MARIE WILSON,,'. 1 , Seated .Short ( Subjects ltmiMu. Showing E«ry D»j ENGAGED — Miss Martha Jo 1 Smith of Cullman, Ala., will become t h e bride of Joe Marion Jjfchie of Slcefe in a ceremony to be ]i e r t' o )• m fi d Nov. G :\t Cull- mail; Miss Manilla Jo Snillli Kitchen Shower Fetes Miss Higginson, Bride-elect Gifts for a kitchen were showered on Miss Dorothy Jean Higginson, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. W. O. IllgBlnson,. who is to become the bride of James Rogers Nov. 15, at a dinner party given last night in her honor by Mrs. L. O. Nrish nnd Mrs. J. E. Beasley at the Nash home. The 20 guests were seated at individual tables with miniature kitchen utensils marking their places. The tables were centered with tiny crystal bud vases holding red rases and pom pom chrysanthemums In complement to the color scheme, red nnd white. An elaborate, bouquet of mammoth white chrysanthemums with slender red oak leaves intermingled and tied with wide red satin ribbon was placed on a table op|K>site the mantle which was adorned with white stock nnd baby chrysanthemums which held puJis of red ma- linc.. After the guesls were seated, lea. towels, .were passed among them and'euch one embroidered her imme on the towel which was later presented to the honorce. ; . TheJ.-'glfte were presented • Mjss Higeinspn in s red marhetV wnjori svtth nn arrangement ot can openers, egg beaters, measuring spoons, cups and forks extending over the side. Centering the dining table 'from which the guesl.s were served was a round arrangement of white stock and chrysanlhetinmis entwined with many chenille hearts and frothy red nmline in emphasize of the red and white scheme. The bride to be wore a neutral jolored wool dress and was presented a corsage of red carnations and shattered chrysnthemnms mixed with a red plastic knife, fork and spoon tied with a white satin bow. Special guests for the aflair included Mrs. Hifiginson, mother of the bride-elect and Mr. Roger's mother, Mrs. P. A. Rogers. . • • *' 'At The Hospitals Bl.vlhevillc Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Haskell Graham, City. L. P. Shields, City. Ora Bell Sanders, City. Mrs. Mitchell Mosier. Tyler. Walls Hospital Dismissed: J. D. Smith, City. Baby Linda Cnlp, Caruthersvillc. •Joann Daniel, Luxora. Junior Cermets Hall, Steele. Mrs. Quincy Alexander, City. Mrs. John Ellis. City. Mrs. Corcla Ccrnlout. Slccle. Mrs. Walter Willis, Rl. 3. bridgo. At Ihe. conclusion of Ihc g.imes. black bottom pie, in compliment 10 the flower scheme, was served with coffee. State Jaycee President Speaks At Banquet Bine and yellow, the Jayce'es' colors, decorated the Ply Inn Tuesday night when the Jayceelles cntcr- ttrined with a banquet and dance In connection with the Installation ot new officers. Mrs. Jimmy Edwards served as loastinistress for the occasion .with Mrs. Leonard Johnson offering the invocation. Mrs. Leon Oenning, as retiring president, gave a report on the past year's work. At the conclusion of her report she was presented a gift from the local Jay- ccettcs in appreciation of her service as president. Roland Bishop, locnl Jaycee president, Installed the following officers: president, Mrs. Carl Marshall: vice president, Mrs. Arlie French' secretary and reporter. Mrs. C. E. Graves; treasurer, Mrs. Jack Rollison. Board Til directors for the group nre Mrs. Clalr Miller, Mrs. H. L Haisell and Mrs. William Wyatt. Centering the speaker's "table from which Billy Nicholson, of Osceola, stale Jaycee president, addressed the group on state and local Jaycee work nnd the importance of organizing more Jnycccttes throughput the ;sinte, ',wns an oblong''pot- tery bowl In 'which, were placed many yellow chrysanthemums In which were entwined blue ribbons m complement [ 0 Ihe jnycec colors A dance for the group followed. Co/vary G. A.'s Hold Business Meeting *, hC '; C ;! IVilry ' B "nllsl-GA group met.-nt the home of Mrs. Vcrnor/ Boyd Motulny night for the regular nicetlnjr. Artcr the. meeting was opened Bits of News Mrs. Bcu)»h DukM of Louisville, Ky., left by plan* yesterday for her hoinc after visiting here for several days as guest of her daughter, Mrs. Charles Langston, Mr. Langston and family. Mrs. Dukes arrived by plane Monday. She was motored to Memphis yesterday by Mrs. Langston. Mrs. Walter E. Beacham has returned from Chicago where she visited her daughters, Mrs. Bee Davis and Mrs, Wayne Ausop. The Rev. W. J. FiUhugh Is in Little Hock where he is attending a three day Episcopal Clergy Conference of the Diocese of Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Rlalcs have moved to their new home In Country Club Drive Addition. They formerly resided at 811 W. Hearn. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Gant and Infant daughter, Carolyn of Cleveland, Miss., are here visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Lovett and family. Mrs. L, W. Morris and Mrs D. A. Jones of LJttle nock have returned home after visiting Mrs J. E. Ledhetter for several days. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Blue announce the birth of a son Tuesday at Memphis Baptist Hospital, The baby, who is their first child has been named Larry Owen Blue. Mr. and Mrs. J. c. Hoach and daughter, Kay moved Wednesday to their new home, 1309 Holly They formerly resided at 1031 Ash. The home on Holly was formerly occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lsmons wiio have moved to their new home on Country Club Drive Mr. and Mrs. Robert Igleheart and. family have returned to their home in Helena after visiting here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wagner and family.' Mr. and Mrs. Igleheart are former Blythevillc residents. Mrs. Gertrude Warford, of- El Doratlo, 111., Mrs.' Earl Brannon of Harrlsburg. ill., Mrs. George Hole or Sikeston Mo., and Mrs. Ted Lewis of Washington D. C., are here visiting Iheir sister, Mrs. J. L, Guard, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. McFaddcn of -Pine Bluff arc visiting here as guests of their daughter, Mrs. B:.. J. Cure, Mr. Cure and family. They will remain the remainder of the week. : Ben Mac White, Sam Johns and Melvin Halsell left this morning for South Carolina on k nine-day hunting trip. Mrs. w. T. Altford and Mrs. L. I. Youngston are spending today In Memphis. with prayer, * brief, business rneet- 'ing was conducted with'• Bonnie Glover reading the minutes. The group agreed to invite girls from' local churches to attend their meet- Ing one Monday .of each month; Blltie Shanks .'• led the closing prayer after which refreshments were served by Mrs. Boyd. NICE TEAM WORK By Sue Burnett A popular style fn every junior wardrobe this season is the simple yet attractive blouse and skirt pair, The blouse Illustrated is crisp, stays put and has a choice of sleeves. The 'skirt ~goes together In no time at all. Pattern* No. 8261 comes in sizes H. 12, 13. K 16 and 13. Size, 12 skirt, 33s-yards of 30-inch; 2 yards of 51-inch; blouse, 2«J yards of 39- inch. 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. Send" 25 cents today for the new Fall and Winter FASHION. .64 pages of smart new styles, special features, free pattern printed inside the book. Restaurant Men Teach Courtesy to Employes WASHINGTON—M'j—Courtesy is a trump card in the restaurant business, says a spokesman of the Washington Restaurant Association. Courtesy and sound financial training will be stressed in an educational program which .the Association Is launching to Improve the standards of I he business. Supervisors, waitresses and everyone in the business will be admitted to the' classes, "Statistics show," said the spokesman, "that 50 per cent of the people who enter the restaurant business drop out after the first year. By the second year, the figure Is 80 per cent." PTA President Announces Lang* Room Mothers Mrs. Rupert Crafton, president of the Lunge P.T.A., today announced the following as home room mothers; Mrs. Monroe Grain and Mrs. Rupert Crafton for the first grade room with Miss Elizabeth Halslead teacher. Mrs. Marvin Smith and Mrs. H. H. Callahan for the first grade room with Miss Wlllard teacher. Mrs. Q; o. Ladd and Mrs. Paul Human for the second grade room with Mrs. Rex Warren teacher. Mrs. Don Smith and Mrs, Farris McCalla tor the second grade with Mrs. Hancock teacher. Mrs, R. A. Nelson and Mrs. Mrs. J. L. Gunn for the third grade with Miss Outlaw teacher. Mrs. Harold Sudbury and Mrs. Leon Smith , for the third grade room with Mrs. Fcatherston teacher. Mrs. J. P. Holland and Mrs. J. I. Thompson for the fourth grade which Is tai'ght by Mrs. Gammlll. Mrs. C. W. Kapp and Mrs. Roy Moore for the, fourth grade which Is taught, by Mrs. Cooper. Mrs. John Sparks and Mrs. O O. Hardaway for the fifth grade which is taught by Mrs. Har- dm. Mrs. J. W. Miller and Mrs. Russell Hays for the fifth grade which Is taught by Mrs. Brantley. Mrs. I. R. Coleman and Mrs. Ralph Nicliol for the sixth grade which is taught by Mrs. Pcnn. Mrs. Paul Jobe and Mrs. Hiram Wylie for the sixth grade which Is taught by Mrs. Slaughter. Coming Events Social Calendar Thursday Mrs. Philip Applebaum will be hostess to C. and N. Birthday Club at her home, for a steak supper at 7:30 p.m. / Friday Mrs. G, O. Poe'tz entertains Friday Contract 'Club. Ladies Bible Class of First Methodist Church meets for business and social meeting at Church at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. James Kyle, Mrs, John Walker and Mrs. J. D. Barksdale hostesses. C B C' C?' S ' D ° Wdy elUcrtalns Chapter "N; p of P.E.O. complimented at Chester Caldwell home with 10 o'clock luncheon, Mrs. L E Old co-hostess. Saturday Mrs M. o. Usrey and Miss Mny Dixon entertaining complimenting Miss Dorothy Higglnson. Civic Calendar Thursday Paps vs. Marked Tree, here Friday Clucks vs. Memphis Catholic Librarians Form Unit for Missco Organization Picks Officers at Meeting Conducted in Osceola The Mississippi County Librarians' Association wns formed last night In conjunction with a meeting of the principals and superintendents meeting at the County Library m Osceola, and Cecil Well- Borne of Osceola wns elected president of the new association The Mississippi County association Is the first to be established in this part of the stale. Mrs. Gray Is Vice President Other officers included: Mrs Iva Gray of Blytheville, vice-president, and Mrs. A. E. Caldwell of Dell secretary and treasurer. Prior to her meeting with the Mississippi County Librarians Miss Geraud spoke at the dinner meeting of the Mississippi County' schoolmasters, emphasizing library services in schools and the need .for libraries to start at the bottom- providing adequate .elementary school library facilities — rather than trying to cover all a child's library needs in Junior and senior high school. Miss Eula McDougal. county librarian, conducted the meeting to form the librarians association Approximately 50 principals and superintendents were at the meeting last night. Schoolmen Outline Plans C Franklin Sanders, president, outlined the program for the year with a schedule of the meeting places. The next meeting will be conducted November 17, when Hoyt Pyle, executive secretary for the Arkansas Education Association The group last night wa» the guests of the County Library Board headed by Mrs. W. B. Burkett of Bassett, and composed of A. W Young of Osceola, Senator t.ee Benrden of Leachville. L. H Autry of Burdetle. T. D. Wllklns of LUM- ora, John -Maycs of Blytheville and County Judge Roland Green. Judge Green and Senator Bcarden were not • there, but other members greeted their teacher-guests and displayed the various rooms of the new library building to them. The program was arranged by Grant Collar, superintendent of the Shawnce School at Joiner. WASHINGTON I.OSKS 58 TREES WASHINGTON <AP>—The District of Columbia has lost 58 in tree population. A report to the Commissioners said the District, noted for its tree-lined avenues, went down from 2^74 trees to 2,216 last year. lilylheville, Arkansas 3-BigDays-3 AFTERNOONS NIGHT Mon.-Tues.- Wed. October 24-25-26 nUOTED IN IGNORANCE, VIOLATED IN SECRECY! Show Starts 7:00 llns Office Opens G:45 Opens Sunday 1:00: Starts 1:15 Continuous Slimts Sal A Sun. Bargain Night Kvcrj Night Except Saliirila} No passes hmiored nn Sunda; at Rosy Theatre Thursday & Friday Samuel Goldwyn's The BEST Year; of Our Lives" I Myrna toy. 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