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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 18, 1949
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVtLLE Jane Shelton, Society Editor COURIER NEWS i'hone 4461 Nu Phi Mu Meels At Cleveland Home , "Ka Phi >iu sorority met last nigh at the home of Mas Rosann Cleve land with Mrs.' Berry Allen co-hos jess for Die bi-monthly meeting, j'.i'he traditional Nu Phi Mu open nig ritual was given, followed by thi Allegiance to tho flag, j In the business, meeting presidet pver by Miss Jane Shelton, group plans were made to assist in the an mial Christinas party for underprivileged Negro children •given by Alpha Delta and Alpha Alpha chapters of Beta Sigma Phi. Further plans were made for the supplies for .the cancer cupboard which Is the project of Nu Phi Mu. The Christmas party to be givei; Dec. 22 was. also discussed. Following Hie Nu Phi Mu closing prayer, the hostesses served refreshments of fruit cake and coffee. * « • Mvs. Leech Honors Thursday Club, Guests Mrs. Elton Kirby and Mrs. Hunter C. Sims were guests with members of the Thursday club when Mrs. J. A. Leech complimented the group yesterday at her home on Main. A two course luncheon preceded the game of the afternoon. Mixed fall flowers were placed In the entertaining room. Mrs. C. W. Afflick won first and Mrs. Sim second. .•: • • • • Mid-Week/ Guest Honored At Harry W. Haines Home Members of the - Mid-Week Club and one luncheon giiesti Mrs. P. L. Cherry of Paris, Ark., houseguest of her son.. J. Louis Cherry, and Mrs. Cherry, were entertained yesterday when- Mrs. Harry W.' Hatncs was hostess to the group. Centering the dining table at which the guests were seated for the luncheon preceding the game was a silver pedestal dish fillnd with assorted fruits. : In the game of the afternoon Mrs. Aubrey Conway won first and Mrs. W. L. Horner second. • * . * t m Mrs. Hinson Hostess To Thursday Rook Club Mrs'.'Harold .Hinson was hostess to the Thursday Hook club yesterday at her home for the weekly meeting. China vases holding arrangements of mixed shades of chrysanthemums decorated the home. In. the games Mrs. George Salioa, Jr., won high, Mrs. Hinson second and Mrs. Richard Pritchard rroko. .During the afternoon a sandwich plate i was served. Blythevi ville Rook .Meets With New Member Mrs. Russell HIales, who recently became a member, of the Blytheville Rook Club, wns hostess to the group yesterday at her new home. The Thanksgiving theme was repeated in the decorations of the entertaining rooms with a low silver bowl • from which spilled assortec fruits centering the :lace : draped dining table. In the game, Mrs. R.'A. Copeland won high, Mrs. J. O. Huey second ~ high and Mrs. Roy Head, ronko. During the afternoon a dessert course was served. ' • '. - • • * Mrs. Caudill Guest With' Thursday Night Club Mrs. B. Caudill was guest with members of the .Thursday Night Club when Mrs. N. W. Kyle entertained last night at her home. Crystal bowls holding roses and mixed flowers were placed throughout the home.' In the games Mrs. J. A. Saliba won high, and Mrs. W. A. Slickmon rooko. At the conclusion of (he games refreshments were served. • • • Mrs. Shamlin Hostess To Avalon, Three Guests Bits of News I I —Courier News — ^uui icr ^uvt:> i-noio OSCEOLA'S MEKRV CHIUSTMAS-Frnnces King, Osccola H l"h School senior, has been named "Miss Merry Christmas" by the student body of the school. Daughter of Mr. arid Mrs. W. B. King, she Is president of the Spanish Club, secretary of the Dramatics Club, member of the Commercial club, editor 01 Pow-WowJ Ihc schoo, paper, and was a mala n Osceola s homecoming ceremonies. She will be seen In Osccota's annual Christmas Torchlight Parade on Dec. 8. yirs. Hodley Wears 'Barkley Blue' Suit for Marriage to Vice President Three guesU, Mrs. Hugh Gentry, Mrs. Fred McGregor, nnd Mrs. c T. Shamlin met wilh members of me Avalon Bunco Club yesterday when Mrs. Raymond Shjtmlin was hostess at the home of Mrs. Bill Gilbow. Tiny turkeys, In complement to the Thanksgiving season were used as '.allies with the remainder of the table appointments also in complement to the season. Bouqtiets of roses and varied Iiued chrysanthemums were placed throughout the home. Jn the games Mrs. Raymond Shamlin won high, Mrs. W. J. Cup- pies low and Mrs. McGregor bunco At the conclusion of the game a salad plate was served. Supper Club, Guests Fele At American Legion Hut Mr and Mrs. Homer Wilson, Mr ud Mrs. Eddie B. David and Mr nd Mrs. J. N. Smothermon were osls and hostesses last night nt 10 Legion Hut to members am nests of the Thursday Supper Club. Cornucopia bowls from which cas- aded assorted fruits mid vegetables n complement to the Thanksgivint, eason, were placed at intervals own Die Jong "U" arranged tables t which the guests were seated fter being served the buffel styled upper. Guesls attending were Mr. and Mrs. Eric Whitley, Mr. and Mrs W S. Johnston, Mr. and Mrs. Richard 1crker, Mr. and Mrs.'W. J. Pollard Mr. and Mrs. Ed Borurn. Mr. am Mrs. John Lane. Mr. and Mrs. F. B Joyner. Mr. and Mrs. Juc Davis Mr and Mrs. Roy. Morris and Mr and Mrs. Harmon Taylor. i Dorcas Class, Guests Meet in Roll/son Home Mrs. L. C. Rollison wns hostess to H members nnd four guests of (he Dorcas Sunday School Class of Cnlvary Baptist Church Inst night nt her home. Guests were Miss Martha Brown, Miss Inez Hinson Jerry Polsgrove and Miss Doiothy Lee Rollison. Mrs. Porter Miller gave the opening prayer of the meeting with Mrs, Herman Msy. president, prcsidin" over the brief business meeting following Mrs. Fannie Lynn Bruce gave the devotional. Group plans were made for the Christmas social to be given Dec 10 at the home of .Mrs. Don Aycock The closing prayer was led "by Mrs. Lee Powell. Tre hostess assisted by her daughter. Miss Rollison. served a sandwich plate and drinks during l:,e evening. -* ST. LOUIS Nov 18. <m — Mrs Carlolon s. Hartley's wedding dress •as H smartly tailored woolen siill of "Barkley Blue"—a light slale blue- It featured a nippcd-in waist that iirvcd over (lie hips and was highlighted in front by four rhlnc- Phebcan Class Conducts Business-Social Meeting Mrs Ortha Freeman was pii-si with 24 members of ihc Phncb'\in Sunday School Class of the First Bnphst Church when Ihe group met at Ilic home of Mrs. W o Reevs Mrs. Flurry Bogan. Mrs. F.'E utl^v nnd Mrs James Lenta were co- hostesses for the combined putluck supper and business meeting The buffet styled supper was •served from the dining table whi"h was centered with a low bowl of chrysanihemums and mixed fall Ilowcrs. The Thanksgiving theme was used throughout the table .in) poinlmenls. Mrs. Fletcher King gave the devotional wilh the president presiding over the business meeting to|. lowing. Reports of officers and various committee members were (fled KEROSENE. and FUEL OIL G.O.PoetzOilCo. Phone 2089 Thn skill was straight nml hung 12 Inches from the floor With the suit, the bride wore an Ice blue salin blouse with short sltcvcs and ,\ deep modified heart- shaped neckline. Hci, was of blue chiffon lelt cloche with R narrow rlpplm» brirri coMi-cd with' matching veil and trimmed wilh a small pink silk rose. White doe skin gloves anil blacJ- ihell pumps set off the ensemble -'ung from the bride's shoulder vas a black purse trimmed with •limestones and on her wrist was i diamond watch, a gift f rom lhc vice president. To and from the church, the oride complemented the ensemble wHJi o Norwegian silver-blue fox tac^.et-.— Thc' -gjing-away outfil was a chin ilue-grny wool cont dress fastened rnm throat lo hem with bone buttons, .t fealured a midnight blue velvet collar and cuffs. The hat was a small gray felt Condition of Mrs. W. Leon Sml who has been'ill for several da at Memphis Baptist Hospital is ii proved. Miss Joann Trlesehmaiv daugl ler of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Triesct man and Mian Hobeita Brace daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Braccy. bolh freshnien nl Misslssl' pi Southern, Hatllesburg-, ha pledged Chi Omega sorority Sandra Kay Wilson, daughter Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wilson, was 'r lurneil to her home lasl night fro Memphis Melhodut Hospital whi- she had been a patient for sevei days. Her condition is improved. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Trngue a rlvcd today lo spend several da' as guests of Mr. and Mrs, L. I Brant and family. Mr and Mrs. J. G. Trlcschma have relumed home after visitli several days In Hnttlesburg. Mis; as guest of their daughter. Mi J.i-inn Trieschman, a student , Mississippi Southern. While Ihej Ihey nho visited In New Orlean they were accompanied to New O leans by Mr. nnd Mis. Harol Davis.-MrsL Davis is the former Slis Betty Jcail Hi]! of Blytheville. 'C H. White of rara^ould spending the week here as guest o his daughter, Mrs. II. E. Braccy an Mr. Braccy. Mr. While will n\: visit in Slccle as guest of his soi Oliver White. Mr. alltl Mrs. C. G. Daniel Grand Rapids, Mich., arc visitin D. and Mrs. W. P. Brewer. M Daniel is a brother of Mrs. Brewer' Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Hodge. Sr Mrs. W. M. Haynes, Bill Hnyne Marvin Hall, Larry Daniels. JIi Berry. J. A. Lloyd and Robert Rei will leave tonight immcdlntrly fol lowing the Blythevlllc-Smackove game for Lexington, Ky., to atten the Kentucky-Tennessee game to morrow. They will be Ihe guests o Mr. anci Mr.s. R. B. Hodge. Jr. Mi Hodge is a former member or th Chickasaw team. The group plans t ~cturn Sunday night. Mrs. J. B. Hale of Litllc Rock is visiting here as guest of her daugh ter Mrs. J G. TrlMchmnn, Mr Tricchman and family. Martha Wclbourn of noseland wil be the weekend guest of Snndr: Elaine Moore, daughter of Mr. am Mrs. Forrest Moore. Guy Burks who Is a student a Die Miss is visiting' here as gues of his parents, Mr. and Mrs: Guy Burks. \ Mrs. sterling Martin atid Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hamby' of Caruthers ville left today for South Bend. Ind where they will. attend, the Notre Dame-Iowa football game tomor •ow. Their nephew and son, Jame. rlamby Is a member of the Notn Dame football squad. Mrs. Belle Wood has as her gues her niece, Mrs.. Virginia Belle Bran nan and son Jack of Caruthersvilte Mrs. W. L. Robertson of"Atlanta Texas has returned to her home after visiting here as guest of hei sister, Mrs. Jack Ozment, Mr. Oz mcnt and family. Mrs. s. P. Martin arid daughtei Mrs. Roy Nelson ,and the later's daughter. Linda, left this morning lor Mesa,, Ariz., where they wil make their home during the com ing Winter." During their absence the Martin home at 800 West Main will be occupied by Mrs. Martin' sou, Sterling Martin and family. back against a wide band of fea thers. The purse was of red nil! Sunday end Monday Pai-amoutU. News &• Selected Sliorls Conlinuous Showinrr Sunday 1:15-11:00 Coming Events . : Social Calendar ' ' Friday . \ Armorel Home Demonstration Plub entertains at Armorel Schoo with benefit supper beginning t 6 Salurdny 20lh Century Club nieels will -Mr. and Mrs. El wood Dcen, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wise, Mr. and Mrs Melvln Halsell, Mr and Mrs. Ber nard Graham. Mr and Mrs. Gilber D. Hammock, Jr. at 9 p.m. Civic' Calendar Friday FOOTBALL: Chicks vs. Smackover, here — AA Playoff. Pathfinders Conduct Monthly Meeting A potliick supper preceded the lonflily meeting of Ihe Pathfinders Class of the First Mclhodlst Church last night when 30 members met ai the Church. Supper wns served from the "L' •ihapo arranged tables which were overlaid with white linen cloths i/Nv bowls brimming with assortet. 'ruits and golden autumn leaves were placed along Ihe tobies. The high school trio, composed of Maiy Margaret Aulcn, Vivian Taylor, and Mary Jo Ealon accompanied Dy Mrs. Wilson Henry, pre- s-.Miod several selections. Harry Frllizus sung a solo. : Win ford Wyatt commended Mr inci Mrs. John Cook on their work vlille In Blythevllle and expressed he group's thanks and apprecia- ion for having had them in their nldst. Mr. and Mrs. Cook will leave Blythevillo soon lo mnke their home '"i Murfrcc.sboro, Tenn. Severn! committees were appointed in (he business meeting which followed the supper, these were welfare committee. Mrs. J. c Droke. Mrs. E. O. Ambrose, Mrs B F. Scott, and Mrs. Elwood Scott. The visiting commitlee is composed of Mr. and Mrs. Wagner Adams and Mi. and Mrs. Dale Horn. • Hosts and hostesses for the meeting were Mr and. Mrs. Winford Wyati and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Nail County HD Clubs to Hove Annual Dinner Tomorrow The county council of Home De- nonslralion Clubs will meet Saturday at 10:30 a.m. at the Plat Lake Club house for the annual Thanksgiving Dinner. The devotional will be given by Mrs. o. R. rtcdford- All members or Home Demonstration Clubs were urged by Mrs 3. M. Abbott of the Fiat Lake 31ub to attend. Rev. Williams to Speak At Yarbro Church Sunday The Rev. E. B. Williams, district Superintendent of the Jonesboro District of the Methodist Church, vlll be She speaker at the evening crvice held al Ihe Yarbro Methodist. Church Sunday. Tlie Rev. Mr. Williams will con- luct the First Quarterly Conference or the Yarbro-Promised Land Methodist churches following the evening service. CARUTHERSVILLE NEWS By Joan Douglass ^FRIDAY, NOVEMBER lg, 1949 - ' ™ — <• At The Hospitals Betty Quinn It Wed Miss' Betty CJuinn, daughter c Mr and Mrs. A. L. Qulnn, bccain the bride of Allen Ray, son of Mr and Mrs. R L. Hay, In the presenc of « few intimate friends and rel atlves. The wedding look place Sunday it tli« home of the bride's parents The ceremony was solemnized be fore a white mantle decorated with iacy greenery and gold magnolii leaves. The Rev. Floyd Brewer, pas tor of the Eastwodk Memorial Meth 3dist Church of Caruthersvllle, off! :iatcd. The bride wore a soft brown satin wto-plece frock. She chose brown accessories. Her corsage was e orchid. There were no attendants. Following the reception at the Qulnn home, the couple left for a wedding trip to Hot Springs. Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Ray .will make their home In this city. Sunday School Class Parly Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cunningham entertained a group of young leople of Mr. Cunningham's Sunday School Class and members of the Hcthotlist Youth Fellowship at theii ionic last week. The evening was spent dancing and playing games. The group popped popcorn, anil cold drinks and sandwiches were served. Brliljte Club Meets Mrs. Ray Edwards entertained the nembers of ttie "Thursday Night Bridge Club" at her home lasl week Two guests, Mrs. George Michle and Mrs. Ethel Thompson, attended. Mrs. Ous McCalister won high core. Second high was won by vlrs. Ralph Goodwin and Mrs. Jack Downing bridgoed. Mrs. Bill Haydcn eceived low. The hostess served a salad plate nd cold drinks. . "Lucky Nine" Meets Tlie members of the Lucky Nine Jndge Club met last week at the home of Mrs. John Qarrclt, There •ere two guests, Mrs. Pierce Necley nd Mrs. L. H. Schult, present. High score was received by Mrs. •Iceley and Miss Joe Juda bridgoed. Later in the evening the group play- ci Canasta. Mr.s. Garrett served a dessert ourse and coffee. Rook Club Has Meeting Mrs. Harold Hamby entertained louday evening for the members of er rook- club. Mrs. Dick Neeley and frs. B. s. Bccchcr were guests. Mrs. L. A. Prost won high score. Ire. Prost received a box of »reet- ng cards and Mrs. O. E. Hooker won plastic utility tray. Mrs. Neeley eceive ((stationery for winning the iph guest score. The hostess served refreshments f pumpkin pie with whipped cream nd coffee. Qulnii and Allen Ray. Dr. and Mis. Joseph McCaliste of Memphis, Tenn., visited In th home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs Gus McCalistcr last week Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Chaffin at tended the "Tcnncsee-OJe Miss' football game In Memphis last Sat urday. Mrs. S. C. Stephan returned home Wednesday evening from a brie stay In St. Louis, Mo., where she had been spending a few days, on business. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roome and their son, Charles, spent Wednesday In Memphis, Tenn. Mrs. R. E. Wicks spent severa days visiting In the home of her daughter and son-in-law, Mr and Mrs. Gene Wingficld, at Cooler Mo Tom Curtner of Memphis, Tenn. visited his mother, Mrs. Luther Curtner .last week. Bob Allen, who Is attending an art school in Decatur, III., spent a few days last week with friends and relatives here. Frank Douglass drove lo Memphis this week on business. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Sexton spent Saturday visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. B:arl Younger of Bly- Iheville. Mrs. Londsy Smith and Mrs. Helen rrammel and boys, Clinton and Gene, of Portageville were in Ca- luthersville this week visiting Mrs. J. F. Douglass. Mrs. Earnest Hazel and Miss Catherine Taylor plan to attend the •Missouri Art Kxhitit" to be held in Cape GIrardeau, Mo., Sunday. A number of Mrs. Hazel's paintings are to be displayed in the exhibit. CORRECTION UNBLEACHED MUSLIN Advertised at 39c Per Yd. Should Have Been 19c Per Yd. Doris Ball, city. Mrs. Kate Brown, Stec(». Doils Mosley, Leaclwille. Mrs. James C. Guard and t, aby WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed: Lance Bunch, city, i J. H. Smith, city. Dorothy Ellen Grey, city. Mrs. Kate Chandler, city. Mrs. John U. Shlpp and babv city. " COSTUMES Wift Thiitricil __ Masquerad* Beards — Matlt* — Makeup 'erlod, Character 01 Purpose Santa Claus gj"" • >'Q' All Ctimlmu Occasion, Tuxedos 'u'-Uwie" Sul " _>Kor Weddims— Forma Is—«c. Graduation Capi and Gowaj Klagt — Banners — Badcei Memphis Costume 4 RegalU Co -3< S. Main St. Memphis, Ttna. Continuous Shows Ro.\ Office Opens i :45 Show Starts 2:00 10:01) a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4: 3 0 f MSTEN TO KLCN Last Time Today White Heat with James Cagney :uiil Virginia Mayo I'iira- Mini News & Shorts Continuous Sho»in £ Everyday Serial "Wild Bill Hickok" No. t and Short Cent. Showing Sit 12:30-11:30 on, Mo. .sepnt Sunday here to . . attend the wedding of ML=s Betty Show Starts 7:00 Box Office Opens Bargain Ni s ht Every Night Eicept Saturday . passes honored on Sunday at The Last Time Today So Dear to My Heart and Sborl Selected short- SubJecU Serial "James Brothers" No. 2 Cont. Showing Sal. 12:30-11:00 America's VAIUE! Sunday & i\]nnr| ay -DOUBLE FEATUKE— Exquisite "Beverly" 17 jewels. Expansion $55°° bracelet. GARFIELD O'BRIEN FARMER "His'Excellency" 21 jewels. New style expan- sidn band. "Standish". Handsome design. Pr» FOX NEWS Cont. Sliowinj Sunclaj 1:30-11:0*

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