The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 19, 1949 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, November 19, 1949
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FAGB TWO BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEW8 .Ir. ;Jane Shelton, Society Editor Winter Wedding Planned By Miss Lorene Ross Mr.'and Mrs. Walter James Ross sre today announcing the engagement and approaching marringc of their daughter MUs Lorene Ross to Pfc. James Lloyd England son of Mr. and Mrs, James Elec England. Miss Boss U a graduate of Bly- tlieville High School where she participated in many extra-curricula activities. Since her graduation she has been employed as cashier for Oraber's store. Pfc. England is also a graduate of Blytheville High School where he was a participant in extra-curricula activities.'Following his graduation he was in the petroleum business with his father until he entered the Army a year ago. Pfc. England is now stationed at Fort Bliss, Texas. Plans for the winter wedding will be announced at a later date. • * • Chapter/'N" of PEG Feted At 1 O'clock Luncheon Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon and Mrs. C M.,-Smart complimented mernbei of Chapter "N" of the PEO sister hood with a 1 o'clock luncheon yes terday at the Stickmon home o Walnut. Tiny bud vases holding mlxet fall flowers centered each of the in dividual tables at which the guests were seated foi the two cours luncheon. .. Following the luncheon, Mrs. Wil lard H. Pease gai'e a review of th book, "We Reap" by James Stree ' and James Childers. Mrs. J. W. Adams, president, pre sided over the business meeting o the afternoon. '» • • Alpha Delta Plans For Christmas Parties Plan swere made for assisting li the.annual Beta Sigma Phi Christ mas party for underprivileged Negro children at the meeting of the Alpha Delta Chapter Wednesday a Hotel Noble. Nineteen members were present for the meeting which was preside over by Mrs. Barnes Crook. Each member agreed to bring five toys to the next meeting for the Christmas party. Names were drawn for chapter's Christmas party. At the conclusion of the meeting the co-hostesses, Mrs. Maurice Luttrell and Mrs. Roy Morris, served refreshments. • • • Mrs. Banister Hostess To Thursday Contract Members of the Thursday Contract Club held the weekly meeting at the home of Mrs. Rodney L. Banister. Preceding the afternoon of bridge the ' members'were seated at the dining table which was centered with a low crystal bowl filled with yellow chrysanthemums for the two course luncheon. Pottery vases holding mammoth chrysanthemums decorated the rooms in which bridge was played Mrs. H. W. Wylle won high and Mrs. G. G. Caudill second high during the afternoon. • • • Mrs. Langdon Guest With Double Four Club Mrs. W. S. Langdon was guest with members of the Double Four Bridge Club when Mrs. John Foster entertained at her home Thursday. Yellow chrysanthemums and potted plants decorated the entertaining rooms. In the games Mrs. E. R. Dlckenson won high and Mrs. Lynn Brown second high. During the afternoon, Mrs. Foster served pie and coffee. Club, Guests Meet With Mrs. Rose Hostess The Octette Club met at the home of Mrs. R. c. Rose Thursday with three guest.i present. Mrs. Walker Baker, Mrs. Loy Welch and Mrs. Cleo Lahgston of Long Beach. Calif., were guests. Chrysanthemums in low bowls Phone 4461 TO litrwu HKlDi—Miis i.o.ene'noH. , HI become the"bride or >fc. James Lloyd England, son of Mr., and Mrs. James Elec n a ceremony this winter, it was announced today by Miss Ross' parents and Mrs. Walter James Ross. Three Guests Honored With- Friday Club Three guests, Mr. Harry 4 Haines, Mrs. H. C. Pulton, Jr., and Irs. Bill Young were entertained •ith members of the Friday Club esterdny at the home of Mrs. S..-E. Tune (or the weekly dessert bridge! In the game played during the rternoon Mrs. A. R. Wctenk.imp •on high and Mrs. Robert Porter econd high. Mr.?. J. Farris McCalla 'on bridgo Varied sized chrysanthemums loating in crystal bowls were plac- d throughout the home. 'our Guests Attend fleeting of TN Club Mrs. Charles Harkner, Mrs. Don tern, Mrs. Richard Osborne and Irs- Everett Peterson were guests •ith members of the TN club I the meeting Thursday after- oon when Mrs. A. L. Chaffin was ostess. Copper planters holding tiny lants decorated the rooms in hich the guests were seated. In the games Mrs. George Ford on high, Mrs. Glen Johnson britl- > and Mrs. Stern low. At the conclusion of the games irs. Chaffin. served refreshments. ontract Club, Guests Meet \t Country Club The Country Club was the jet- ng for the meeting of the Friday ontract Club and I'.vo guests ycs- rday. Guests were Mrs. G. G. audit] and Mrs. Hunter c. Sims. In the bridge game, Mrs. Doyle endcrson won high and Mrs. Sims on second and also bridgo. During the afternoon a dessert was served from a table ccn- reci with a low bowl filled with ixed fruits and berries. C.B.C. Club Meets With Mrs. Hardy Hostess Bouquets ,of rases and chrysanthemums decorated the A. A. Hardy home yesterday when Mrs. Hardy was hostess to members of the C B. C. Club. In the games, Mrs. Rcss Moore won high and Mrs. R. A. Copeland second with Mrs. Lendennlc Fowler winning rooko. At the conclusion of the games. Mrs. Hardy served » salad plate with iced drinks. Out-of-Town Visitors- Attend Cafes funeral A large number of out-of-town relatives and friends have arrived for the funeral services of Mrs. W. C. Gates, to be held this afternoon at First Presbyterian Church; Included are Mrs. Gates' brother I. H. Wetsel of Barboursvllle Va •' Mrs. W. L. Bolton. Mr. and' Mrs' !eci! Shelton, Mrs. Vera Hcnson and two sons, Bobby and Bill, all of Tulsa. Okla.; ir-'iicnhew, Cecil Wetsel and Mrs. Wetsel. of Arlington, Va • several nieces, including Mrs. Jessie Channel and Mrs. Jesse Durrer Joth of Arlington, Va., Miss Viola tcxmtz of Warrentori, Va., Mrs Carl E. Bailey of Little Rock, Mrs Fred Halforcl, Mr. Halford and two daughters, of Louisville, Ky.; Mrs 5dwina Adams of Charlottesville Va., Mrs. Ray Niese and Mrs. J F Hicks, both of St. Louis, Mo., and Mrs. Bert Faulkner of Memphis Others who have arrived to be ecorated the rooms in which the ts were seated for the game. Mrs. Baker won high and Mrs. J. Ellis second high. During the afternoon Mrs. Rose rvcd a ilc-vscrt course. Our Crowds Compel • Two Morning Services • at the CHURCH OF CHRIST Main & 61 Highway • EARLY SERVICE 841 • mm,K STUDY c, ,o • SECOND SEKVICE '.'. .'.'.'.'"] (h'so Where Christ and Christians Meet CFDMOK1Sunday Morning JLKnUll "Christ in Prophecy" 7:30 "Saved by Grace" RADIO PROGRAM H. F. Sharp, Evangelist Miss fiance* Bornschgael of Denver Colo,, and Earle, Ark., was the overnight guest of Miss Betty Doads. Miss Bornschgael and Miss Dodd are lormtr students at Harding College, Searcy. Miss Bornschgael came es pecially to attend the county teach crs' mectttig yesterday at the hlgl >chool. George Lamb, son of Mrs. R. L Lamb, arrived Thursday to vlsl with his mother. Mr. Lamb, who rias been serving In the Merchan Marine, recently returned from Japan and Arabia. Mrs. James Roy and son, Jimmy vill return home tomorrow froir ixmoke where they have been the guests of Mrs. Roy's parents. Judge and Mrs. Thomas Trimble. Mrs. Roy has been at the home of her parents recuperating from a recent operation. Mr. Roy left this after noon for Lonoke to accompany them home. Among the Blytheville people attending the Spirit of Christmas parade last night In Memphis were Mrs. Oscar Fendler, and son, T. P. Wright III, Mrs. Cecil Shane, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Cure and family and Mrs. Rufsell Phillips. Mrs. Maude Hall left last night for Topeka, Kansas, where she will make her home. Mrs. Hail formerly lived in Blytheville with her daughter Mrs. Glen Ladd, Mr. Ladd and family. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Walker, sr.. Mrs. Carol Wallace and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Walker, Jr., of Poitage- ville will leave tomorroiv for Conway where they will attend the funeral of Sherrill c. Benton who died Friday. Mr. Betllon was the father-in-law of Mrs. J. R. Benton tile former Miss Melba Walker. Mr .and Mrs. C. W. Garrigan and daughter Miss Gay Garrigan are spending the weekend in St. Louis. Mr and Mrs. Garrigau were Joined en route to St. Louis by their daughter who is a student at Lindenwood College, St. Charles, Mo. Mrs. S. D. McGee, Miss Sue ,\lc- Geo. Mrs. Lucian Gallics, Mrs: Tom Brown, Mrs. Birdi 1,011 Blown, and Miss Janet Sue Boyd spent Friday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Steadman and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lloyd are spending the weekend In Memphis. Mrs. R. A. Nelson. Mrs. Sicgbert Jiedel, and- Mrs. J. M. Bensley are spending the weekend in St. Louis. ., Miss Betty Goff, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. Goff, arrived home last light by plane from Washington, !>. C. where she is employed. Muss Golf plans to return to Washing- on in two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Harrington announce the birth of a daughter Wennesday at the air base. The ba- )}', who Lv their fourth child., has been named Carol Sue.' The "other :hree children are Charles, Mary 'JM and Larry. Mrs. J. E. Calnway has returned mm a visit In Alexandria, Va., with son Joseph' Calaway, who is with the Federal Trade Commis- ion in Washington, D. C. Mis. Calaway, who traveled to and from Alexandria by plane" was met in \femphis by her daughter, Mrs. C. L. Wylie, with whom she makes her lome. Mrs. T. J. Mahan arrived home Thursday from Princeton, Ky. There she has been visiting her John Mahan and family. She ame especially to atend the funer- I services this afternoon of Mrs W. c. Gates. Coming Events Social Calendar S«turdi7 20ili Century Club meets vrtth Mr. and Mrs. Elv,'ood Deen, Mr. ant Mrs. Lloyd Wise, Mr. and Mrs Meivfn Halsell, Mr and Mrs. B«r nard Graham, Mr and Mrs. Gilber D. Haminock, Jr. at 9 p.m. Monday Executive Meeting of First Christian Church at Church at 2:30 p.m Mrs. Hadlcy Hays hostess. W. M. U. of First Baptist conduct Royal Service program at Churcl at 2:30 p.m. Lake Street WSCS meets at home of Mrs. George Shanks with Mrs. c T. Shamlin co-hostess. St. Cecelia Unit of Women's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopa Church will attend an Auxiliary meeting at Gilder at the home of Mrs. F. P. Jacobs, Jr., at 12:30. General meeting of the Women of the First Presbyterian Church at the Church at 2:30 p.m. Weslcyan Service Guild starts Study course at First Methodist Church at 7:30 pin. Tuesday Mrs. Gairard Caudill hostess to TrI-Town Club at Hotel Noble. Mrs. Jack Chamblin compliments La NuevD. Tuesday Bridge niets witli Mrs. Jesse Taylor. Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meets at the home of Mrs. Farnsworth Black Mi 1 :*. Lloyd Stlckmon win present a book review. Wednesday Mrs. W. J. Pollard hostess to Wednesday Club, Mrs. J. A. Leech and Mrs. William R. Lnivshc hostesses to "Chapter "D" of PEO. Delphian inlets at Hotel Noble at 10:00 a.m. Thursday Rook meets with Mrs. Bert Mayo, Thursday Union Thanksgiving Services at First Methodist Church at 0:30 a.m. Dr. Alfred Vise, speaker. Friday Mrs. O. O. t:lkins hostess to C. B ;. Club. Friday Club meets with Mrs. Harmon Taylor. WILSON NEWS I'M Plcut Simpson Oil Co Phone 937 •llh (he family include Mrs. E. A. laic of Marlon. Dr. and Mrs. J. 1. Robbins of Stcele, Mo., and Mr. ind Mrs. Carl Blokcr of Caruthcrs- •Ille, Mo. 78 Members Attend Methodist Bible Class Eighteen members of the Ladies Bible Class of the First Methodist Church met yesterday afternoon at he church for a business and social meeting.' 'Hie devotional on Thanksgiving is given by Mrs. H. L. Hunter. Mrs. Hunter used the 19th and OQth Psalms. Group singing o f'Falth of Our 'athers" and prayer followed. " Mrs. O. N. Hawkins presided over lie business meeting during which ime reports of officers were made. "•Inns were made for the politick Christmas meeting to be held the econd Friday in December. Mrs. Maude Hall, who left last night to make her home in Topeka, ,Kuns., was presented a gift from the group. Mrs. M. G. Goodwin, Mrs. Love Adams, Mrs. Dave Craig, and Mrs. A. M. R. Branson were hostesses in the social hour following the dismissal. Refreshments of coffee and cake were served. At fhe Hospitals Bljthcrllle Hospital Dismissed: Alls. Ben White and baby. City. Mrs Marshal Haney, City. Mrs. Frank Harnish, City. Harold Mosley, City. Mr.;. Ben James. Steclc. Phillips McDermott, City. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Carolyn Jo Stewart, City. Mrs. C. R. Harmon, Dell. CLOSET FITTING^ 8616 By Sue Burnett It's easy to keep your clothes closet looking orderly with a complete set or . accessories like the nes illustrated. Use a colorful lowered chintz, quilted fabric or lew plastics. Pattern No. 8616 pieces are all In me size. Dress bag, 3 « yards of a or 39-inch; shoe- bag. 1'J yards- aunrtry bag, Hi yards; hanger cov- r, % yard. For this pattern, send 25 cents n COIN'S, your name, address, size esircd. and the PATTERN NUMBER, to Sue Burnett, Courier News 30 South Wells Street, Chicago 7] Don't miss the new FASHION 'he Fall and Winter issue will de- ight you with its up-to-the-minute asy to make frocks for all the' amily. Free gift pattern printed Inide the book. 25 cents. PTA MrrU The Wilson Parent-Teachers soclation met Thursday ,"!" In the high school auditorium 48 members attending Mrs. Maurice Lynch, president presided over the business meet- Miss Mary Morgan gave the devotional and Mrs. Jim Germany read the president's message Mrs E. D. Beall was program leader in keeping with the theme ''Children Need To Know Beauty " the Rev Harvey Kldd, Presbyter an minister of Blytheville, talked on Special music was presented by the Blythevilte High School trio and soloist. In the business meeting it was recommended, and accepted that the PTA buy books for the school library, as the project for the year Following the meeting, refreshments were served by the lull grade room mothers. Study Course Held First in a series of three study courses of the Wilson PTA was conducted Wednesday with an all- day meeting a I the Methodist Church. Mrs. Ed Williams, study course chairman, led /the discussions. The study on "Pre-school Children" was emphasized by a talk by Miss Norma Anderson, Wilson first grade teacher, and a film "Know Your Children." others assisting in the discussions were- Mrs Frank McDonald, Mrs. Charles Leftwlch and Mrs. A. E. Clark. The next study course will be held February 23 at 7:30 p.m at the school cafeteria, it will be a panel discussion on "Children in Elementary School. Condition Improves The condition of Miss Martina Hyde, Wilson kindergarten teacher who underwent an operation Wednesday nt Kennedy General Hospital In Memphis, is reported satisfactory.' Tile ground surrounding the Capitol building at Washington B.C.. covers 58.8 acres.' PROFIT By Reading the Classified Ads Every. Day/ PROFIT By Advertising In BLYT Classified Columns When You Want to Buy or Sell ADS PLACED WILL APPEAR SAME DAY All Classified Advertising Payable in Advance PHONE 4461 EVILLE COURIER NEWS •//storic Church's Fireplace is Located PHILADELPHIA - «•) _' Ail' old olonial fireplace that once was art of the First Reformed German 3h!irch In this country has been ncovered In a long unused storage oft. one-time site of the ,:hvrch Vow the Reformed and Evangelic;,) Church. It was founded in 1727 m barn. In 1772 it began the erect- on of an enlarged church. During the Revolutionary War the Race Street Reformed Church as it then was known, had an honorable part in the struggle of the colonists for independence. When the British captured Phlladelpnia and their troops marched by the church, the 'en-year-oid son of the raster, the Rev Dr. Casper Dietrich Weybem. stood on the doorstep and shouted: "hurrah for George Wash- 'ngton." The Hessians imprisoned Dr. New Liberty News Mrs. W. E. Gibson and daughter, Joyce, of Memphis have returned to their home after vLsltine Mrs. Gibson's parents. Mr. and Mrs. J M. Wilson. Mrs. Maude Billings of Covington,'-Tenn., and Mrs. Bob Temple of Hermandale, Mo., were the weekend guests of their brother, J. A. Lloyd and Mrs. Lloyd. Mrs. John Jenkins of Magazine, Ark. % and son, J. T. ,Jeknlijs of Pine Bluff, were the weekend guests of Mrs. Jenkins sister, Mrs. C. G. Whitaker and Mr. Whltaker. Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Jarrctt, Mrs. Edith Epperson and sons, Harold and Ronnie, were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Parker at Calron, Mo. Hernian Prichard has returned to his home at Zelinople, Pa., after being here for the funeral of his mother, Mrs. Ben Prichard. mm Continuous Shows Box Office Upens 1:45 •;} Show Starts 2:00 !j 10:00 a.m. 1^:45 p.m. 4-30 Dim: i' LISTEN TO KI.CN l| Saturday iM; Rim of i the Canyon with Gene Aufry '' Serial "Wild Bin iiiriiuk" \ n 2 'i and S'.nH * I-' Crtnf. Slum-in* S;i 12:30_u :30 t; Damage from early killing fronts in the fall, or the spring for that matter) can be avoided generally by covering plants with newspa- Weybcrg and ,-used the church as a hospital. In 1837, the c-ty contributed 515.200 to renovate the cnurch as n historic shrine Sunday and Monday 1 i^d Sc'iftf''? Sy OSC*! BSO&N'tt •KM t, £!0--Gl SXiSVM . A CSRtSs"ll""HSMra"«lTlOMt" P«r*mounl News & Selected Shorts Continuous Showing Sunday 3:15-11:00 I Show Starts 7:00 i: Bo.v Office Opens 6:45 ;! 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