The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 8, 1949 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 8, 1949
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Jane Shelton, Society Editor COURIER NEWS Mr. Morris Claims Bn'de In' California Service Miss Vet* Maree Brown, daughter of Mr. .and Mrs. Earl J. Brown of Long Btach, Calif., becanio the bride of Hairey Lynn Morris, son of Mr. and Mr*. Harvey Mortis of Blylheville, in a candlo light ceremony Ocjcbcr 21 at the Normandy Wedding chape^ In Long Beach. The Kev. Johnston Calhoun officiated. Serving as matron of lionor and •only attendant was Mrs. Robert P. • Major. Mrs. Major was dressed in a aqua suit with brown accc.ssorics. Her corsage was of yellow roses and ' carnations. The bride,.who was given in marriage by her father, Earl J. Brown, chose a loupe fitted suit with dar green accessories. She carried a bouquet of brown and yellow orchid ; surrounded by autumn, leaves will bronze streamers cascading awa> from the floral arrangement which rested on a prayer book. Frank Adkins served his nephew as best man. Following the ceremony, a rccep- 'tion was held at the Chapel with 'Mrs. Brown, mother of the bride anc sister, Miss Maxlne Brown, serving : at the bride's table. They were assisted by Mrs. Lynn Pondevly anc Mrs. Margaret Middleton, aunts of -the groom. Mr. and Mrs. Morris will make their home at 444 East 55th street in Long Beach. Mr. Morris is now 'serving as a quartermaster in the United States Coast Guard. ' .Catch-. As.Catch .Can Party Honors Miss Higginsqn "Catch at Catch Can 1 * party was given last night in compliment to Miss Dorothy Higglnson, bride- elect of James Rogers, when members or Nu Phi Mu sorority dropped In at the' Higgimon home. 1303 j Chlckasawba with a surprise miscellaneous shower for the honoree. Gifts were presented Miss Higgin- aon after which the evening was Epent Informally. "Catch As Catch Can" refreshments were served during the evening by the sorority members. Miss Hlgginson Is assistant sponsor of the chapter- which .Is the junior affiliate of Beta Sigma' Phi. Birthday Party Fetes Hershel Wayne Graham Hershel Wayne Graham; son of Mr. ind,Mrs. Herbert Graham, Jr., WB«, complimented a on his third blrth'day'Saturday 1 when 21 friends krid/relative were entertained at his home on. Hose street. The; afternoon was spent In ganies'and informal entertainment •iter.:'which the group gathered •round the table, oil which was the white birthday cake topped with pink -lettering," "Happy".Birthday." and three pink candles burning in candle holders, for birthday cake «nd ice cream cones. During the afternoon rubber balls were presented as favors. Mrs. Clyde webb assisted Mrs, Graham with the 2:30 party. ' • * • • 12th Birthday Observed With Skating Party Forty guests enjoyed an afternoon of skating tind party games when they were entertained as guests , of Manya ' Kay Blankenship when they gathered at her home Saturday to observe her 12th birthday. Manya Kay, who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Blankenship, opened gifts from the gu?sts after which refreshments of party foods were served. The remainder of the afternoon was .spent in skating at the air base skating rink, after which refreshments were served the group. W. G. Bolick Speaks At Alpha Delta Meeting W. G. Bolick of the Bolick Studios in Memphis was guest speaker at the meeting of the Alpha Delia Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Friday afternoon at the Colonial Room of Hotel Noble. • Mrs. Jimmy Smothermon presided over Hie meeting with Mrs. Roy Morris acting as secretary. Mrs. Gilbert D. Hammock, Jr.. program leader, introduced Mr. Bo. lick, who exhibited oil paintings and portraits of Blythcville residents that he had made on trips to Blythcville. Mrs. Foy Etchieson and Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe were hostesses for the meeting. During the afternoon refreshments were served. * • • Mrs. Huffman Hostess To Chapter "N" of PEO Mrs. Alvin Huffman, Jr., was hostess to the members of Chapter "N" of PEO Sisterhood Friday at her home for a business meeting and book review. RECENTLY WEI) — Mrs. Harvey Lynn M o r r i s, who was before her marriage October 21' in Long Beach, Calif,, Miss Ver'a IU;i- ree H r o w n, cl a u s h t c Mr. ami Ear! J. Brown of Long Beach. Mr. Morris the son of Mr. and Mrs. llar- vcy Morris of B I y th eville. They will make llieir home in Long Beach, w here M r. Morris is stationed with the Coast Guard. Three Visitors Attend Calvary YWA Meeting Three visitors, Mrs. O. O. Elkins; St.. and Misses Prances and Mary Dowdy were guests with the nine members present last night for the meeting of the Calvary YWA at the home of Miss Mary Louise Elkins. Miss Joy Chandler led the opening prayer of the meeting. • . Program theme for the evening vas, "Christ A Prophet or Saviour?" Miss Patty Graham led tlic clos- ng prayer. Miss Elkins, assisted by her moth- ur served refreshments during the wenln'g. Luncheon-Meeting Held By First Methodist WSCS ' Methodist WSCS met at the Church'^terd; /or a 1 p.m. luncheon followed by a business and.program meeting. Circle Three served under the direction of Mrs. c. E. crigger, chau'- ."Tlie History of Pakistan" was the chosen program topic O f Mrs. H W Wylie, program leader, with Mrs o' Mrs. Philhours Hostess To Reorganized HD Club The newly reorganized Box Elder fome UemoHstnilion Club met ^• the home of Mrs. W. E. 'ilhouse to discuss plans for the •ear's work. .Preceding the meet- ng a potluck luncheon was serv- d. One of the major projects of he year will be to assist 4-H Club members'with their projects. A demonstration on tlie basic rcss ami accessories was given by Irs. Gertrude B. Hollman, home demonstration agent. 'Huck weaving and oilier Christmas suggestions were also .demonstrated. Sudbury PTA Will Meet At School Wednesday "I Shall Not Pass Again This Way was the title of the selection ' * * Mrs - G vocalist' M. ee, _ The luncheon was served from long tables with bouquets of chrysanthemums and mixed fall flcrw ers arranged throughout the din- Ing and entertaining rooms. During the business of the afternoon Mrs. w. L. Horner presided with reports made and filed. Gean Atkinson, son of Dr and Mrs Gean Atkinson was presented an honorary membership in the society. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. Wylie, Mrs. Lee, Mrs. Kmirtsen, Mrs. Joe Ferguson, Mrs. J w Adams, Jr., Mrs. Clara Davis,' Mrs' Roland Green, ,\ir.s. Bernard Gooch Mrs. Lloyd Whittaker, MIS. Cal qosselt, Mrs. R. N. Hill, Mrs Emma Burney and Mrs. M. G. Good- Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Joyce of Paragould and Mrs. c. W. Claunch ol Jor.csboro were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Huiiton. Mrs Joyce and Mrs. Claunch are sisters of Mrs. Hunton. Mrs. E. F. still and Mrs. L. c. B Young of Osccola are spending several days ID Memphis, 'Mr. and Mrs. T. R. rtowncs o f Dycrsburg, Tcnn:,. ivcrc the Sun- clay e'lcsts of Mr. and Mis. O. E Wllkins anc! family. E. P. Silll has returned home from Memphis where he had gone to be with his father, J. A. Still of Sena- tobla. Miss., who underwent an operation In Memphis Monday. His condition Is satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Prcsser of Cooler, formerly of Blythcville, announce the birth of a daughter Snndiiy at Walls Hospital. The bnby who is their second child, has been named Sandra Lynn. The Pressers nave a son. Stcvie, five. Mrs Pres--- '- "• - - lrt ... T , icr Miss lola PyJand Nilss Chrhtlnn Austin a student al Southwestern, Memphis, was the weekend guest of her parents. Mr and Mrs, p. J. Austin. Miss Jeannlne McOee a student at Arkansas State College. Joncs- boro, was the weekend guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. c. G Scherer Miss McGce was motored to school Sunday bv her mother. Miss Elizabeth Ely the, Miss Evelyn Hlythc and Mrs. Floyd Har- rclwm spent Monday in Memphis Ouy Burks, student at Ole Miss University, was the weekend guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Burks. 'Mrs. Joe P. Davis and Mrs Jimmy Smothermon are spending today In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. E. c. Gruen of n c Camp. Mo., were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. B Easton Mrs. A. G. Shibley spent yestcr-' day in .Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. GollHday spent the weekend in si. Louis Mo a.s guest- 01 their daughter. Miss Laura Swam. They went especially to attend the football parade of Washington University, and l o sec the floal of which Miss Swain was In charge Ferman Ray Rogers shown immediately following their marriage Sunday at 3:30 p.m. at the Pirst Baptist church In Deli. Mi ss Rogers is the former Miss Mary Evelyn Martin ol 'Luxora. Mr. and Mrs. Rogers will be ut home following tliDlr ictiirn from their wedding trip. Luxora, the school at 3—All" members are urged by - life president. Mrs. George- stilwell to attend. Immediately preceding the general meeting will be an Executive Board meeting at 2:30 p.m. Members of the Sudbury PTA \ '« "i"" C ° ndu f ts Meeting will conduct a regular business^' HfSt Baptist Church meeting Wednesday afternoon atf*-"- .TA'.l's-.-Marlon Williams, picsidcnl presided over 1 the WMu meeting of Ihe First Baptist Church yesterday when the group mcl at the church at 2:30 p.m. The watchword and hymn of the year were given by Mrs Williams followed with prayer by Mrs. E. E. Stevens. Minutes of the previous mecti'iv were read and approved and officers reports were made and milcd Mrs. Lloyd Sticfcmon gave the closing thought of the meeting which was taken from "The Two Seas of Palestine." The dismissal prayer was offered by Mrs. Tom Jackson. At The Hospitals Blylheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Russell H. Farr, City. Charley Simms, City. Mrs. Lewis McGce, Armorcl Walls llusnllul ijismisied: Mrs. Bobby HmveJI. Stecle Mrs. W. E. Kelly, Rt. 2. Henry Westbrook, City. Bab? Barbara Sue Jenkins, Rt 1 Rosebud Ivitts, Rt. 3. Airs. a. J Wright, stcele. Grebes are usually, called "rtab- chlcks," -clitdappcrs." "hell diveiv and "water witches." diving birds related family. They to the nre loon i«g, .Mrs. Riley Jones reviewed the book, ,-paul Revere and In His i-iics." Mrs. Huffman served refreshments ct.inng the afternoon. UPC Chapter Places Bo<,k in Library The. Elliott Fletcher Chapter of the United Daughters of the Con' federacy has plaosd the book "The Faith'of Robert' E. Lee," in me new Blylheville library. The book is a history and legend. Continuous Sivows Box Office Opens 1:.I5 Show Starts 2:00 10:00 a.m. IJ:43 „.,„. 4:30 LISTEN TO KLCN Tuesday & Wednesday Followingj» brief business meet-| ^'-J^ •. ~^T - _ 11/ COID MISERIES YOU OWf ,T 10 rOURStt: TO TRY 66,, ITS OlfFERttJT UOUtD TABLETS Selected Short Subjects Conlirraoas Showlnj Kverjdaj District Meeting Plans Made by Weslcyan Guild Mrs. M. S. Edwards was hostess to members and two guests of-the Wesleyan Guild of the First Methodist Church at her home last u>ht Mrs. Dan Bell and Mrs. Sallie Hub-" ler were guests. Mrs. Bell gave the opening prayer wilh Mrs. Vance Henderson o'r- fcring the devotional. During the business meeting Mrs Hoy I. Bagiey was appointed co-or- dlnntor. Plans were made for the district meeting which will be held in Bly- thevlllc Sunday Nov. 13th. Committees appointed to assist with the meeting were refreshments—Mrs. Jack Bishop, Mrs. ,j e , ry Hcarn and Mrs. Jack Owens. Table decorations • —Mrs. M. s, Edwards. Miss Mary 1 Hubier and Mrs. B. F. Scott. ' Mrs. Edwards served a dessert course. Sudbury School Perfect Record Is Announced Mrs. E. F. Fry, principal of Sud- .ury School today announced the lerfect ttcndance record Tor Sul- Jiiry school for the first six-week icriod. First grade. Miss Kubler- irump, Robert Johnson, Ralph Romper, James Kin?. Jerry Martin. Terry Mullins, Stephen Walls, ;iaudc Wheeler. Linda Adams] Jarol Ashby, Nancy Clippies, Sandra Dougherty, Jo Ann Downing, Salllc Jo Elliott, Linda Jean Meadows, Glenda Turner, Michael Scott. Felion Smith. Brenla Scott and Sheryl Sexton. Viral gnule. Miss Hargetl—Hilda 'aye Barnes, Joe Lee Burns, Larry Eugene Cumruin^s. Cohnnblls El- Mack Kellick. --,-.u,...,. ._,-,,. „*.,, Ijfirry \Vjiync Skelton. Bobby Gale Wcathcrford. Lurry Hargclt. Fred Glenn Proctor, William Wamble. Linda Joe Corde'i, Julia Miirgo Garcia, Emma Mary Sue Bru'kin, Peggy Cockran, Mnrenrcl Fan-Is, [Jetty Lim Gee. Linda Hannah. Etlna Knapp, Sarah Lou Moody. Linda Lou Trieschmann, Ronald Frazicr. Third grade, Miss Kirksey—Glynn Marlow Bryan. Billy Harold Hinson, John Wayne Lovelace, Marvin Arnold Procior, Jerry Alferd Roun- savillo. Robert Gill Wcstbrook, Dorothy Jean Bracfein. Clara Lou Gilbow, Joyce Ann Halford. Irmell •Harley Marie Kelly, Carol Jean Scott, and Carolyn Ann Webb. Third grade, Mrs. Tricschmanh— Harvey Flowers. James Garnctt, John Maycs, Tommy Saliba, Rayford Simpson. Sarah Lou Royctt Carolyn Cordell. Linda Marie Griffin. ^Brinda MrCIanahan, and Linctc Fourth grade, Mrs. Wiggs—Danny Brulcher, l.endeiinie Fowler III Gordon Kenwr'ght, David Moody Eugene Quails, H. L. Rosamond Jr Nancy Berry, Birdie Lou Brown Claudia Crow. Jimmie Helen Folij- wii.v. Shirley Kiimimonth. Fourth grade. Miss Mnorc—Larr> Burgcson, George Beasley, Davit- Crump. Eddie Paul Gllleos Clifford Goorison. Billy Honey, Glen Wom- Julia Phillips. Linda Linda Anne Smith. Donna Fay i Clause. Maxine StribliniPand Waddle, Billie Lou Weedman, and] dene Yowell. omDil " B and Kay Saliba, [ We. Anne lilackwefl' Betty Loi Dclorcs Ann Wntlkins. Sccuuil grailc, .Miss Barnes—Ar-. ilcn Culler. Sterling Cook. Walter Garrison. David Hodges. David Kellick, William Edward Knapp, jimmy Ray Lansing. Billy Dale Looper, Fifth grade—Mrs. Marliii— jim- mi<? Callihan, tarry Campbell. Larry Ellis. Rene George, Luther Gray Ronald Homer, Jimmie Johnston' Ronald McGregor. David Nelson. Willie Mullins! - - - ... j r ~~uji\.i, I -.-•»..,. .ii.i.iuu, uuiui Mark Stewart Jerry l'ols»rovc. Roger Rtiliinson. Marth Ruth Blanchard MarvArm Kenneth Skelton. Kemp. Whisen- Ferguson. Zetna Fisher Billic Sue hunt II. Joe Harold Wicker, Rich- Gee. Joan Keith am Lola Lew! ard Haney. Snminle Saliba, Jimmv filth erode. Mrs Fry-Billy B,k- Wr-atherfoid. Carol Leo Beavers, or, James Broaden Stanlev Cavi Pricilla Burnett. Sarah Frances \ shere. Paul Goforth. Wlbmi Gray tumiy, Virginia Nichols. Sara Lou Sr.ow. Bully Jean Thompson. Alice Fiiye Wilson, Linda Jo Bnswell L<nda Joan Ford, Ltlly Mae Powe Se;ond grade. Miss Mcador — Phyllis earner, Lc\ diaries Ronald d Colcman, William Charles' Enderson. Graham, Kellick, Allen bb. Ji-j-ry Lee D. Crocker, GeilD Charles Harry Halstcad. Charlie Kinninmouth, I'Hos Hester, Wayne Howard' David Kelly, Page O'Neal, Lyndell SlanfieJrt. Darryl Thompson. Lewis Wenthorford, Bcttv Dorothy Crow, Rutl Mae D.ivis. Mar? Lou Garnctfc Eunice Gean. Anne Kim;. Jcanette Mart'.i. Glenda Shainlin. Sixti: grade. Mrs. McLean—Grnsly Golf, Leon ' Lowe, M. J. Mullins. Jo Cavucss Daniel. Rilla n . .' : - UMUUH., Freddie Rouusavall John Robi'rt Robert Lovelace, David Mathcws. Stovall, 'Mnx Walker Kir, Lvnn n(! , Miller. Billy Gc u e Nelson. Bracllcv. Betty Jovce Crort-cr Sh r K IT,,,! ?' C T GC018C Wc "b. ley Ellis, Linda'Fovvler fm^el c f reddle White, James Lynn Wilder. Freeman. Anne Goff Nancv m r Show Starts 7:00 Bo.v O/Tice Opens 6:li B»rsahl NiglU Every Night Except Saturday N T o pa&srs honored on Sunday it The KOXV Tuesday ^'ednesday Q U a/ity-Built MODEL 251-5 .Seeing is beVieving'- Sparkling «Wle clothes, inlesslimc.arcyouvswUh the efficvenl, precision- built ABC Modd 251 -S Washer. Large capacity i«b lakes biggest washings in stride. Finished in gleaming white porcelain enamel. See it today I Easy Terms --.: .. WRIH6W 1 -<&'-£' ' .*•= •»«'antd HUBBARDCtHOKE Phone 3450 Appliance Co. Blytheville JfUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1949 26 Attend Missionary Study at Terry Home .Twenty-six members of Ihe Missionary Study group of the Womens Council of the First Christian Church met yesterday at the home of Mrs. James Terry with Mrs. O S. Crowell co-hostess. Mrs. Harry Bradley gave the devotional and Mis. ,vv. D. Gobi) presided over the meeting. "The Church Finds Thtm Here" was the program topic presented by Mrs. Rupert Crafton. Mrs. Ciafton was assisted on the program by Mrs Albeit Taylor and Mrs. Lester D Stiublur. A report, on the Disciples ol Christ convention recently held In Cincinnati wus given by Mrs. strubhar, Mrs. J. C. Ellis and Mrs. L. L,. Ward all of whom attended. Following (he benediction refreshments were served. Coming Events Social Calendar Cooler Schools Delay Reopening to Nov. 14 COOTER, Mo., School has postponed the re-opening of schools until November 14, J. E. Godwin superintendent, announced today. In ills announcement, Mr Godwin explained that buses would run for the fall term, one hour later than during the summer session l parents have been asked to see hut their children are-enrolled on he opening date and kept in school regularly. Is, Olivia Skelton and Pearlic Sue Stribling. Sixth grade. Miss Peters-Jimmy 31-atcher, Clarence Cummfngs Dean Dougherty. Troy Garner, Robert Holt. William Kitchens, Wayne Polsgrovc, Ray .White, Blllie Jean Alley. Martha Bartholomew Sue Beaslcy. Jcancttc Cobb, Patsy Criu er. Jeanctte Elmore, Charlotte Forsythe, Germ Gaines. Ruth Harrison. ?'"!f ?"" Watson, Mary Jane White. Helen Yowell, Emilv Damon \Vediicstlay """"' at Mrs. Doyle Henderson and Mr a - w'n iT' WilI1 ""'S with Mra Waller Baker co-hostess. Thursday Promised Land WSCS Meets vitJ, Mrs. Russell Gaines at 7-30 ,,,„ Girl scout Lone star T ," o '"I' soc* ion meets with Mrs. W Leon" Smllli at 7:30 p.m. Lc<m Mrs. Charles Bittncr hostess i« Thursday Luncheon Club ° Mrs. C. A. Cunningham (.„„,„„ limits Mid-Week Club PlN ln Civic Calendar .Tuesday City Council 8:00 p'm American Legion 8:00 pin Blytheville Civic M S Concert, Dorothy Eiitis. Wednesday iwanis club. Hotel NoWe PTA Executive towed wu " PTA Sudbury i 2:10 Board Rotary Club, Hotel Noble, 12:10 FOOTBALL: Palis vs Conway, there Girl Scout Lone Troop 8:00 p.m. Friday FOOTBALL: Chirks vs Brinklcy, here GUARD'S Sec our lame variety o( fine qualny diamonds. Beautiful mouminsi Styltd'far'",'""!^ ffi women. *( ^ti& and many olhori. I 24 5 Choux hij V l, ( tom election ol nien'j bi >nd inilul ri nal Set uilh and ut diamonds. es and ftteat value* uic alarmv fcitchcn anil loom m oriels, etc. Chsxwe Scions. Teleduon. G. E. anclcuhtii. «t quality iilveru^ir. sitvtr- aia a^I hollowue. 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