The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 14, 1949 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, November 14, 1949
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (AKK.) COUJUER NEWS Jane Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Miss Snj'der Betrothed To U.S. Army Officer . WASHINGTON, Nov. 14. (HI — Secretary of 'the Treasury and Mrs.' John W. Snyder announced Saturday the engagement of their (laughter, Edith Cook (Druclc) 'Snyder, lo Maj. John Ernest Horlon of Wichita, Has., a White House aide. Miss Snyder, known since childhood by the nickname ol "Driicic," is a popular leader of Washington's "younger set. A tall and attractive brunette, she has worked extensively In cultural and charllable projects. She also has been active In radio In trie capital avca, having had her own program and making numerous guest appearances. She Is a close friend of Margaret Truman, .daughter of the President and Mrs. .Truman. Miss Snyder is a graduate of John .'Borroughs School. St. Louis; Brad- |f"rd Junior College, Hiwerhltl. rMass., and George Washington 'University here. At George Wash- .install, where she received her A.B.. iMiss Snyder , majored In theatre ;and speech. She Is. a member of Pi .Beta Phi social sorority. > Mr.'and Mrs. Snyder and daiigh- ; ter • formerly lived ^n Blytheville ; where Mr. Snyder was connected swlth the First Notional Bank. Miss •Snyder attended her first year of i school in Blytheville. They are frequent Blytheville '.visitors while visiting In Dell as , guest of Mrs. Snyder's sister. Mrs. 'B. S. Simmons and Mr. Simmons. ' Maj. Horton Is the son of Lcroy ,F. Horton of Wichita. He attended •the University of Missouri and is ' r a member of Phi- Gamma Delta .social fraternity. » During World • War II he served / with the Army In Italy. Prior to . his recent White House assignment,' -he was irt the Office, of Public Information in the defense establish. ment. No date for the wedding lias been • announced. , ^Dewayne Miller Honored -On Eighth Birthday Dewayne Miller, son of Mr. and .Mrs. Dan -Miller, celebrated his ; eighth birthday with a parly for 12 Iguests Saturday afternoon at the »home of his grandmother, Mrs. Eva i Crow. - ' The afternoon was spent |n games I in the entertaining rooms of the home which were decorated with bouquets of ' chrysanthemums and mixed fall flowers. v i • In the games, prizes were pre- •sented Billy Hinson and Jerry Ford. Gifts were presented the young Jhonoree after which the eight pink 'candlps resting in pink candy.hold- (: ers to'pping the"'large while 'blfth- • day cake were blown' out and the jcake, which ^was adorned with pink ^and brue rosebuds^cut" and served ,lo the guests. Ice. cream and punch 'were al&j served.' v --- -.:• . ; . During the afternoon, favors of 'paper hats and multi-colored bal-loons i\erc presented the guests. ' Mrs. Crow was assisted in serv- lins by Mrs. Miller.' • Special guests were David and Jan Miller of St. Louis, cousins of the gue'st of honor. . * * • iMi-s. A. G. Little Hostess To Club, Three Guests Mrs. A. O. Little was hostess to members of the Thursday Club and three guests, Mrs. R. H. Kirby. Mrs. Thelma Foot of Los Angeles, Calif., houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Leech, and Mrs. Pattt Calhoun Knight, of Nashville, Tenn,, houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips. In the altcrnoort games, Mis. ; Knight won high and Mrs. R. F. Kirshner second high. : During the afternoon, refreshments were served. Assorted fall flowers arranged in pottery vases decorated the home. Mrs. Covington Hostess •To L. E. W., Guests Two guests, Mrs. w. A. Carter of Fort Worth, Texas, houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hargctt, and Mrs. James Rhodes, met with members of the LEW club Thursday when Mrs. Shirley Covington was hostess to the group. Mrs. ..Covington won • high and Mrs. Glenn Harrington second high v,Kb Mrs. Carter winning low. Carnations and mixed fall flowers were placed in the rooms In which the guests were seated for the games. During the afternoon, a sandwich plate with iced drinks was served. NEAT SHIRTWAISTER Bits of News 853 14-46 By Sue Burnett Look pretty and neat, all winter in this carefully tailored shlrt- wnlst dress that flatters every figure. Yoke and sleeves arc cut all In one—set in belt and gored skirt are populat with women everywhere. Pattern No. 8539 Is a sew-rite perforaled pattern for sizes H, in 18, 20; 40. 42, « and «. Size 16 ~'-s yards of 30-inch. For this patern, send 23 cents, In COINS,"your nnmc, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News a30 South Wells Street, Chicago 7, Send 25 cents today for the new Fall and winter FASHION. 64 pages of smart new styles, special features. Free patern Inside the book. , Seventh Birthday Feted With Pink and Blue Party Pink and blue was the chosen ! color.scheme for-the blrlhday party give'n Sunday afternoon In honor of the seventh birthday of Carlene Lay, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lay. Twenty-two guests gathered at the Lay home for an afternoon of games with Miss Luella Barnes, second grade teacher of Carlcnc, directing the games for the group.-, During the afternoon home movies and comedies were shown the group. The pink and blue birthday cake topped with its seven glowing candles centered' the lace draped dining table from which the party foods were served during the afternoon. Assisting in serving 1 were Mrs. W. M. VanWinkle, grandmother of the honoree, and Mrs. May Bell, great aunt of the honoree. I 2th Birthday Observed Wilh Party for 15 Guests Dolores Davis was complimented OH her I2lli birthday WoluestUy when her muther T Mrs. Clyde Davis, entertained with a party for 15 frh.'ncls of Dolores'. The afternoon was spent in party games and Informal entertainment after which 'gifts were presented the houorec. Birthday cake, Iced drinks nnd sandwiches were scn-cd the gucMs. Mrs. Holton Garner as.ii.stod Mrs. Davis in serving. • » • At I"he Hospitals Hlyllicvtllc Hospital Mrs. Otis Austin and baby, City John Etter. Osceola. Kank Richardson, cits'. MacArthur Webb, Dell. Mrs. Lillic Sisk, City. Mrs. Mary Massey. city. Malcom Wimbiish. City. Airs. B. E. Busby, City. Mis. Luther Gray, Aunorcl. Billy nay Batcry, City. Louise Jones, city. Mr. and Mrs. Jack R. Newsom of Feuy, Gkla., ltd Sunday tor their home after visiting here as guests of Mrs. Newsom's mother, Mrs. Vesta Rowen. Mr. and Mrs. Newsom visited In Shrcveport and New Orleans . before visit-Ing here. Miss Gertie Stiles, Conference secretary for the Arkansas Wesleyan Service Guilds, who was tlie SMcst of Mr. and Mrs. Mildred Bunch and Mrs. Nela Bunch while in Blytheville lelt yesterday immediately following the local district Wesleyan meeting for Para- Bould. Miss Sllles conducted a similar meeting at the Griffin Memorial Church tjcJorr returning to her home in Fort Smith. Miss Hope Stalllngs of. Port Wnrlh, Texas, arrived Saturday morning for [lie wedding of Miss Dorolhy Hlgglnson and James Rogers Tuesday at Ihe First Methodist Church. Miss Stalllngs Is Mrs, Hlg. ii'iuson's sister. Mrs. Z. M. McGcc and daughter. Miss Elizabeth McGce. hart as their weekend B«ests Mr. snd Mrs. Marvin McGce and daughter, Melnnle, of Tulsa, Okla., Mr. and Mrs. George Thnmason and daughter, Rose Ami, of Whltchaveii, Mr. and Mrs. Claude McOca and daughter, Ann, of Dexter and Mr. and Mrs. Wesson McGee and sons of Dextef. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Miller and family, Duvey nnd Jan of St.| Lotus and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Miller nnd son of Little Rock left last night fot their home after having been the weekend guests ol Mr. nnd Mrs. Dan Miller and family. Mr. and Mrs, b. G. Nash were called to Hopklnsvllle. Ky.. Saturday due to the sudden death of Mrs. Nash's brother-In-low. Billy Joyner, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. B Joyner, who Is a student at ArkansasState college, Jonesboro; was the weekend guest of his parents, - , Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Carter and daughter. Diane, have returned to their home In Fort Worth, Texas, after having been the weekend guests of Mr. ant) Mrs. J. J. Har- gctt and daughter, Darlene. Mrs. J. P. McCalla has returned to her home In Rosemark, Tenn nftcr visiting here ns guest ol her son, J, Farrls McCalla, Mrs. McCalla and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thompson, Jr., of Dyersburg. Tenn., formerly oi RlytluvUlc announce the birth of a SOLI Wednesday at Walls Hospital. The baby who Is their second child hap been named Stanley Boren. They have another son John Michael, foxir. Mrs. Thompson Is lie ir'rmer Miss Sue Richardson. Tlie Rev. and Mrs. J. Allan Webb of Wyatt, Mo., arc visiting here as :st of Mr. and Mrs. Q. H. Grease and other relatives this week. The Rev. Mr. Webb was retired at the last union of the Methodist annual Conference but has continued in rtedicaiilig— and establishing churched- Mr. "and ': Mrs. 3. Louis Cherry nave as their guest his mother, Jfrs. W. R. Cherry ol Paris, Ark., who arrived yesterday. Mr. and Mrs Cherry also had as their overnight g"csts night. Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Dean, also of Paris. Mrs. '. W. Adams has returned ironi Campbell's Clinic In Memphis, where she has been undergoing treatment for the past two weeks. Her condition Is improved. '\mong Blytheville people In Memphis Saturday for the Tennessee-Ole Mtss foolball game at Crump Stadium were Mr and Mrs E. A. Staccy, John Lenti, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Nelson, Mr. nnd Mrs. L. E. Ola, Mr. and Mrs, s. E. Tune, nnd Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rayder and son, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Morton and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Human and daughter, Marilyn Sue. Mrs.'Lllltc Sisk was removed yesterday from Blytheville Hospital to MONDAY, NOVEiMBER 14, 1949 —Pholo by O'Sleen KINGS AM) Qlli:i:xs—Slyiwn following tliclr crowning as kings and queens of Holland schools Friday night nl the Holland mnli School are. lelt Co rignt. Junior high school queen and king, Mary Jo Hampton and Hugh Jatnes, high school queen, Shirley WJiiiener, and king, Sammy Kenlcy; grade school queen, Rita Bailey, and Danny Gcstring, king. week-end with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bookout spent the weekend in Rector, Ark where they visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mobley and Mr. and Mis. Bob Bookout. Mr, and Mrs, W, P. Clevldence spent several days of last week In St. Louis. Mo. Miss Helen Coker spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs; Prancclla Coker, and her sister, Miss Jacqueline Coker. Helen Coker is a student at Southwestern College In Memphis, Tenn. Dr. and Mrs. D. D. Pinion drove to Memphis, Tenn., Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roomc and Mrs.. Lenore Mulr spent the Weekend In Columbia, Mo. • Mrs. Walstad of Pamoa, Texas, Is a guest in the home ol her son-in- law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Castles. Mrs. Lendsy Smith, Mrs. Helen Trammel and sons, nnd Mrs, Oowen of. Poi tagevllle. Mo., were In Caruthersville Friday evening visiting with Mrs. J. F. Douglass. Verlon Davis, a student at Southeast Missouri State Teachers College in Cape Ghardeau, Mo., spent the weekend with his parents. Mrs. Charles Thomasson and Mrs. J. D. Moore drove to Dexter, Mo., Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. James Dickson and baby daughter, Dara Anne, of Capo Girardeau spent the weekend with their parents, Mrs, John Wcstbrooks and Mr. and Mrs. Max Dickson. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Lumsden spent Sunday in Blytheville visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jobe. They also 50 Are Present For District Guild Meeting and Tea Approximately 50 members or the Weslevaii Service Guilds of ten churches in and around Bly'.h^vUle attended the district meeiitu of the Jonesboro District of the Wes- leyau Service Guild Sunnclay afternoon at the First Methodist Church. Mrs. Fred Steadman. president of the Guild of the First Methodist Church, greeted the guests as they arrived. Miss -,ertle Stiles of Fort Smith, who is conference secretary of the Weslyen Guilds, w a s principal speaker of the meeting. Miss Sttlea discussed the -work of the Guild for this year. / Mrs. C. O. Watford of Welner led a discussion n the study courses now being used. In an election, Mrs. E. L. Stitcler or Hariisburg was elected associate district secretary. President of the guilds in Blythe- vilte were introduced to the croup and gave a report on their guild's activities. Mrs, Steadman led the prayer of dismissal after which a Tea was given. Mrs. Hildrcd Bunch served as mistress of ceremonies for Ihe afternoon. - - - Green and white was the coloc, motif selected for the tea which was held in the church entertaining rooms Immediately following the dismissal wllh a low bowl filled with white chrysanthemums nestled in greenery resting on the lace-draped serving table. Mrs Vance Henderson and Miss Mery Knbler presided over the table with Mrs. Jack OVens and Mr,s. Jack Biship assisting. Churches represented at the meeting were Lake City, Marked Tree, Luxora, Osceola, Manila Leachville, Jonesboro First Church, Harrisburg, Lake Street and First Meiliudist in Blytheville. CARUTHERSVILLE NEWS J3y Joan Douglass Judge Co/fet Improves WASHINGTON, Nov. 14-(/T>— Walter Reed Hospital authorities today termed Judge John C. Collet's condition satisfactory. The Kansas City jurist suffered a heart attack here Oct. 17. her home at 20!) West Kentucky Mrs. has been a patient at the hosnltal for the past week undergoing treatment for virus pneumonia.' Mr. and Mrs. James Hill. Jr.. are spending a three-week's vacation in South Carolina and Florida, and Saturn-ay attended Ihe wedding In Bintii erg, S.C. ol their niece. Miss Sarah Hill who formerly made hci home with Mr and Mrs. Hill. M'umixn's Club Has Meeting The Caruihej.svUlP Woman's Club met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mis. Mo;ell DcRei^n, Jr. Twenty-eight members and one guest, Mrs. C. G. Wftlslad of Pampa, Texas , mother of Mrs. C. C. Castles, attended. Rejwrts on tbe Ninth District Federation Convention were given by deseiate.s -Mrs, J. W. McCloikey nnd -Mrs. Ruscoe Pierce, and by Mrs J. Thomas Murkey, Mrs. Morell De- Reign. Sr., and Mrs. Morrell De- Reign, Jr. The convention was held in Cape Girardeau, Mo., on November 1 and 2. The clnb adopted Its annual budget for the S'onr. It was submitted by Mis. J. W. McCloskey, chairman of the budget and finance committee/ The local club received -an honor roll certificate for work done last year and was the ranking club in the district on the General Federation Magazine subscriptions. Each departmental chairman made reports and presented plans for future v.'oik. Trie art committee, through Mrs. Ch:uk-.s rXJiToh, rejwrted on the art display during Art Week. Mrs. Morrell DeRelgn ol the International Relations Department cave a report of her visit to the Security Council of the United Nations while in New York recently ar.d o! the Genera! Federation Board Meeting of the Woman's Club, aim held there. The group, led by Mrs. Guy E. Micliic-, mxis.ic chairman, sang Federation songs and several familiar selections. Mis-i Mary Ellen Kindred, a high school student, extended an invitation to attend 'open house, held at the Hish school on November 10, in observance of National Education Week. Mrs. DeReign and her co-hos- ;c.^es, Mr:5. Ralph Dix'on Pinion and Mrs. Vera McArthur, served refreshments from an attractive tea table, centered with autumn flowers. S<mo Club Sleets Mrs. Gilbert Hnze! entertained 20 momijsrs ot the Semo club at her 'home Thursday evening of last A routine business meeting was cor.dilcUHi with Mrs. Morreil De- Coming Events Social CaUndai Monday The Gleaners Class ot the First 1J iptlst Church will meet with MM George Pollock, Jr., with Mrs. Max Logan co-hostess at 7:UO p.m. Dell PTA meets at 7:30 p.m. for covered dish supper. Tuesday Past Matrons and Past Patrons Club ol the Order ol the Eastern Star will meet at the home of Mrs. J. A. Sallba, 124 East Kentucky, for a politick supper preceding the regular me-Hing with Mrs. Charles Alford co-hostess. Miss Dorothy Higgonson will become the bride ol James Rogers it 5 p.m. at the First Methodist Church. Mrs. W. I. Denton hostess to Bl- Monthly Club. Mrs. Phillip Robinson entertain* La Petite. Club Eight meet* with Mis. Otb*. Scrape. 1ft La Neuve meets with Mn. CoU- man Stevens. Mrs. Lloyd stlckmon comnllmenu Tuesday Bridge. Trl-Town meets with MM. a»rr«d Caudill. heard Gen. Wainwrlght dedicate the memorial to the war dead that ill. ernoon. Mr. Jeff Thomasson of Dexter, Mo., is visiting his son, 'Mr. A. L. Thoma-sson this week. CATCHING COLD? THIS TIME TRY 666 FOR COLDS' MISERIES-IT'S DIFFERENT each designed to combat one or more cold symptoms ... So next time, if you want vnl.AT f^-L l*r*l* • Even if oilier medicines have failed, you . . . just try fiCG. Hero is n proven formula tliat has relieved colcU 1 miseries for thousands . . . nnd it will do Uio same for you! Here's Why . • . GGG contains not one, but multiple active ingrcdienls, relief ...Get 666. 666 IN LIQUID OR TABLETS On these cold days it's wise to think of ymir health and have your washing done at the laundry. Call .1118 for Iily1l,cvi!lc l,aiiiit!ry-Cloanci>. . . their expert service i* yours lit t'lijny. . .inexpensively. BLYTHEVILLE , LAUNDRY-CLEANERS Phone 4418 Show Starts 1:00 lln\ Office Opens 6:15 Hargain Night Kvcrj Xight Dxccpl Saturday N« passes honored on Sunday at The ItOXY Last Time Today -NULllil.b FKATUKC— Homicide nilh Itobcrl Streets of Laredo ttitli Mac 1) on a Id Cirry 1-"ov N"e\vs Reign presiding. Contributions to the Penny Art Fund, a state federation project for encouraging art, were made, Mrs. DeReigit, Mrs. Car] Baskin and Mrs. Charles Rooine. delegates ' to' the Ninth District Pall convention, presented reports. _The club members were informer! that the Semo Club had placed second in the scrapbook contest; third in the honor roll requirement-?; and was given a ribbon award for subscriptions to the General Federation Magazine. Mrs. DcRelgn also served as chairman of the resolutions committee at the Cape Girardeau convention last week. The next meeting will be with Mrs. E- J. Boepple. Locals Mrs. Kathleen B. Town and daughter, Marybeth, of South Bend, End., and Mrs. E. Frances Updike of Seattle, Wash, arrived Sunday and are guests in the home of. their parents, Mr. and Mn Lee Daviri Searlc.s, and their brother, Jack Searles and family. David Stewart Updike plans . to Join his mother here for the holidays. Robert Earl Hudgens spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mr*. Earl Hudgens. He is a student at Mississippi state College at Starkvllle, Miss. Mrs. Morrell DeRe\gn returned home this week from a brief stay in New York City. While there Mrs. DeRcign attended a General Federation Board Meeting of the Women's Club, a Herald-Tribune forum on world affairs, the American Health Association meeting, the National Tuberculosis Association revisions committee meeting, and sat in on several sessions of the United Nations. Mr. A. I,. Thomasson and son. Charles Thomasson, spent Wednesday in Memphis, Tenn. 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