The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 22, 1949 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 22, 1949
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUK1ER NEWS TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1949 Jane Shelton, Society Editor Miss Berry To Wed Mr. Bishop Christmas Day, The engagement and approach- I Ing marriage of Miss Wanda June 1 Borry, formerly of Kennctt anci now of BlythcviJle. to Roland Bishop, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Waller Bishop, is announced today by the brlde-cicct's pr. rents, Mr. and Mis. Clyde Bevvy of Kennctt. Miss Berry is a graduate of Kennett High School, where she was a member of the Pen Club and the staff of the school paper. Fot lowing her graduation, she was a member of the Kcmiett Business and Professional Women's Club before coining to Btytheville where she is now employed at Ark-Mo Power Co. She is a pledge of Nu Phi Mu soiority. Mr. Bisliop is a grathnUfi of Blytheville High School and is now connected \vith Ark-Mo and Mo- Art Ice Company. He is now serving as president of the Junior Climber of Commerce, and was selected "Key Man" for 1017 and 1949. He wns also selected City Golf Champion for 1948. Plans for me - Christmas Day \veddtng \vill be announced later. Layette Shower Fetes Mrs. Harold Hamilton Mrs. HflroUJ Hamilton was complimented last night at a layette shower when Mrs. Harold Cook was hostess to a group of friends at her home. Chrysanthemums arranged in low bowls were placed in the rooms in j which the guests were seated. In the evening games, Mrs. Joss Russell and Mrs. Hamilton won high and Mrs. Dick Brooks and Mrs. Virgil Smith low, | During the evening Mrs, Hamilton was presented miscellaneous layette gilts. At the conclusion of the evening's entertainment, the hostess served a dessert course. Pre-Nuptial Parlies Begin .For Miss Eileen Hagan First in the parties plan•Aed in compliment 10 Miss Eileen Hagan, bride-elect of John Weaver O'Neil, Jr., of Talbotlon. Ga., was given last night at tho T. B. O'Kecfe home. Hostesses to the 25 guests who gathered to shower Miss Hagan With gifts were Mrs. Mattie Roberts, Mrs.. C. V. Branam and Mrs. •.O'Keefe. Golden and scarlet toned mammoth chrysanthemums were arranged throughout the entertaining rooms of the O'Keefe home. A huge "white puff bow of satin marked the chair of the honorce for the evening's entertainment. : Party g a m e s were played {throughout the evening with the prizes won by the guests later being presented to Miss Hagan. . Miss Hagan, who was dressed U a frock of Nile green silk complemented with brown accessories, was presented miscellaneous gifts during the even! jig, The. hostesses served a sandwich plate with cake and coffee at the conclusion of the games. Mrs. livrard Enlcrlains G. L 0. Bridge Club Mrs: Joe Evrard was hostess lo members of Ihe G.E.O, Club last nlgliL at her home for the weekly dessert bridge. In the games Mrs. T, FT. Cutaway won hin:h and Mrs. Ruy Whittmg- ton bridyo. 'Dumh' Party Entertains Christian Church Choir Twenty-seven member* of the Junto)" Choir of the First Christian Church met in the Pel lows hip room of the church J;ist night ut 5::tO for a "Dumb" choir party. They were entertained by the choii director Mrs. O. c. Fov,-!.sUm, a^istccl by Mr.s. James Terry. Preceding the supper each member wa.s presented a slip of paper oji which was written hts duties toward preparing Ihe supper. The "dumb" period continued with prizes being presented to the uiem- \ hers w!io wero the tjuictcst during the supper period. Those beiny presented prizes were Burton Sluibhar, Betty l^'c Garrolt, Susan Angel, Patsy Ruth McGec and Lavada Crim. Kuppr-r Mrs, Fmvl.ston Bits of News NEAT MORNING FROCK Ml 1 , and Mrs. E. li. Gee and son, K. B. Jr., mnvcrl todny iiom tlic Country Club lo ilicir new liome on North Highway 61. Mr-, and Mis. Llojd Wl-.o will seiUHt the 'nmiik.sKUiiv-i ucckcnd fit White Pine L/jciKC, Oregon, It]., wlji'ie n\cy will join his jnot-her, two brothers and their families. Jiminie Loue, a .stiiiJont nl Washington University, St. Louis, Mo,, U'ili arrive lonioirow ni^ht to spend wlie iioliclay uec-kend '.vilh his parents, Mr. and Mi.s. J. Cecil Losvc ML^s Ann V^et-([!iian will arrive Lomomw frotn liaton lUni^c, La., whore .she is a .student at L.S.U., to .spend the holiihiy.s with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Harry Wcedinnn and family. MLss Barbara Stewart will arrive Home tomorrow for the Thanksgiving holiday^ fiorn Bap- cdndiiclecl party games followed by list. Bolivar. Mo. Miss Stewart is a choir practice. ' freshman there. • r Guests for the aifair u-erc the Rev. and Mrs. Lester D. Strulihnr, lloy Keller, and .). P. Garrotl. CIIKtS'J-jiAS HAY Illirl)):—Miss wmula June Berry, formerly ot Kennctt and now oi Blyilicvillc, will Ijeaunc tile In itlc of Holand bishop in a ceremony lo be solemnized Christmas Day. Miss Ucri-j- is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Berry of Kennctl. Miss Kling Is \V«1 In Sacred Hcarl Church The Sacred Hcarl Culholic Church of Caruthcrsville was the scene Saturday morning. November in. of the marriage of Miss Betty June KliriB. ni!ce of Mr. and Mrs. William Frederick Kline, to Louis Joseph Lambert of New Orleans. La., son or Mr. and Mrs. Drozin Lambert of Gcmmles, La. Father Doyle pcrfoimed the ceremony before a background of stately greenery and floor baskets of while gladioli. The bride, given In marriage by her uncle, \vorc a grey suit corniile- mentcd by black accessories. She carried a while Bible topped with a Cluster of small orchids. Mrs. tj. A. Ilayden was her only attendant. Mrs. Haydcn selected ri brown and tan suit with brown accessories. Her corsage was of yellow J. A. Haycien served as best man. A program of nuptial music wa presented by Mrs. Robert Tillman. organist, ivho also sang "Ave Marli.." The reception was held at the Birthday Parly Fcles Oul-of-Town Visilor Ohyc PrniK'cs T:ite ot McComb, Mi.>s., who is vi.sltinir her aunt. Mrs. Bert Ross. Jr.. ami grandmother. Mrs. J. H Adams, wji.s complimented yesterday on hei second birthday when licr aunt and grandmother feted her with a party for seven little guests. • The little friends who gathered at the R.-.:; Home spent the afternoon in ijarues and informal entcr- lainn.ent. after wjilcli they were seated at Ihe dining table for refreshment. 1 , of birthday cake j ice creum, t Centering I lie Uble was the white cake with two flickering pink candles lopping the white Icing. The northern lights have beer: ineriMircdc at least COO miles above the earth's surface. Baptist WMU Conducts Royal Service Program A Royal Service program was eon- ducted by members of the WMU oi 1 the First Haptist Church yesterday at tho meetiny. Mrs. W. Marion Williams, president of the «rnup. «ave the watchword after which the group sang the hymn of the year. Mrs. Theodore Logari offered prayer. Mrs. Ted Kins, of Circle five wns tlic leader for the program ••Christ, Tile Answer for Moslem Lands." Followii'g the intri:ductory remarka y Mrs. King. Mrs. Charlie Hart Irs. J. J Cookston and Mis. Walter iishop assisted will! the program. Mrs. Charles Ray Ncwroiuij cave he devotional, "The Way and The }nor. Piayer was led hv Mrs. E. E. sevens, l-lollowing the closing prayer by Irs. E. C. Brown, a social hour was irld. Ho.stes.-Ts were Mrs. Marvin Rnzer. Mrs. J. W. nayder. Mrs. J. H. ceman. Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon, Mrs ;. M. Smart. Mrs Stevens. Mrs. nymoi'd Thompson, and Mrs. J. C.. WeKtbrook. /ales, La. The young couple wil tintke their homo In New Orleans. The biiclc attended the Mary Immaculate Convent at Key West Fin.. Jiind__t rail led as a' in New home of the groom's purenU at Gon- OrlcarVSLrja.! at Ihe Charity Hospital -TSS^r^?; •^ "* ' viy^;/ V. /<• /, to give Uianks on this liistoric Day i'or the plcn- tifiiincss aiKl-contiiiuiiig spirit of freedom afforded us through Iho years hy this great country of ours. Department Store Across (he Slicet trom the liitz I'lrc.ilre 305-307 West Main Phone 3149 Miss Mrtrgic Bevill. Miss Mary Wfiunon itnd* Mr. and Mrs. Bil! Wagnon attended the performance of the Ekatins Vanities Sunday night at EilJ-s Audi|onnm ir Memphis. Dr. Carl flud Etlua Mies and Mr and Mi.s. W. Marion Williams spent Siindny in Memphis. Mrs. Lee Dunn of Cheyenne, Wyo. is visiting here as guest nf her sister, Mrs. John C. McHaney. Mr. McHaney and family. 8546 34-48 By Sue Burnelt This well cut house drcfj; is designed to lighten anil brighten your household tasks. So simple ant] neat, you'll u'ant to seiv several Coming Events Social Calendar Tuesday Mrs. Garrard Caudlll hostess to Til-Town club at Hotel Noble. Mrs. Jack Charnblin compliments ja Nrtevc. Tuesday Bridge mels will, Mrs. Jesse Taylor. Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Slpma Plii meets at the home of Mrs. Farnsworth Black. Mrs. Lloyd atickrnon will present a book review. \Vetlncsday Mrs. W. J. I'ollard hostess to >Ve(IiiMda.y Club. Mrs. J. A, Leech and Mrs. Willam R. Lnsvshe hoste.sses to "Chapter "U" of PEO at one o'clock. Delphian mtcU at Hotel Noble at 10:00 a.m. Thursday Rook meets with Mrs. Bert Mayo. Thursday Union Thanksgiving Services at First Methodist Church at 9:30 a.m. Dr. Alfred Vise, speaker. Friday Mrs O. O. Elkins hostess to C. B C. Club. Friday Club meets with Mrs. Harmon Taylor. Civic Calendar Tuesday Junior High PTA Ewjcullvc Board J.30 p.m followed by PTA meeting 3 p.m. American Legion. 8 p.m. Wednesday Joint meeting of Lions, Klwanis, Rot:>.'.y clubs—12:30 p.m. Lange PTA Executive Board 2:30, iolhj\ved by PTA meeting 3:00 p.m. Thursday THANKSGIVING DAY. 'Mr. and Mrs. Rube Bevill and | "> di _ f \ e ': e "l ™ lol ' s - Notc thc hand 3 r Mrs. James Niei'Stheirner spent the Study, Business Meeting Held by WSCS Group Eipht members and two visitors of he WSCS of thc Wesleynn Mcinor- al Church met yesterday afternoon il the church at 2:00 p.m. for a study and business meeting. Group singing of a hymn fallowed by prayer l>y Mrs, Glenn Alexander opened thc meeting. Mrs. W. H. Yount presented the itudy which was the second chapter in the book, "Women of the Scripture." Following thc study, Mrs. Floyd DavLs, president, conducted a short business meeting. Mrs. Joe Wallers offered the clos- ii£ prayer. Flcfeshincnts were served 'following the adjournment with Mrs. Davis hostess to the \vekcnd in Dexter, Mo., as guest of Mrs. DevilKs sister, Mrs. Walter Bishop and Mi 1 . Bus hop. Mis. Inez Gentry and daughtor, Hcnai. and son, Gary Wuync, spent Sunday in Tyler, Mo., Ji.s guc-st- of Mr. atid Mrs Malcolm Ciiudle. Miss ShirJey Lawlor and Miss May Huck of jnc-k.-ioii. Twin., are spending the Thanksgiving holidays as s.ue.iL'i of Miss Lawler's grandparent, Mr. and Mr.s. T. B. O'Keefe. Charlc.s Fionderson. a student at 'anderbUt University, Nashville, Tctm., \vi!l arrive toniorro\v to be thc holiday of his pare tits, Mayor and Mrs. Doyle Henderson, who will meet htm in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pcrmenter of Luxora announce the birth of a Monday at Walls Hospital. She iiiii been naiucd Eddie Jean. Mrs. Peruienter is the former Miss Maty L.OU Carmen of Blythevllle. Freda Jean Cox r tif Blythcville, has re-eali.sted in tlie Womeii in thc Air Force, for four years. Before reenlisting in the service, PvL. Cox worked at Norman Oklahoma, University airport as a control tower operator- While in the service before, served one year and seven months as a medical technician, and aivcraft coiU-vol tower ttpcrator. Fvt. Ccx is a.=.sii;neti to Lackland Air Foi'ce Bast, San Antonio, Texas, for Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Cioltadny has as then- liinchcoti guwts Sunctay Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gnlladuy of Sikes- tnn and Mr. and Mr.s. Jack GoUn- day and soil, Andy, of Ea^t Prairie, Mo. Mr. and Mr.s. \V. O. Anderson, Sr, and W. O. Anderson Jr., and granddaughter, Jan Dcvcreaux. spent the weekend lu Marion ns pucsts of Mr. and Mrs. Kara Id Anderson and Harold, .Jr. "Royal Service" T/ieme Of Circles Meeting "The Kingdom Ls Coming" Wa _ 'ie hymn used to op«n the last night of Circles One and Two ot the Calvary Baptist Church when the Circles met flt the Church for a Royal service Program. The opening prayer was led by Mrs. S. D. McQ»' Mis, Lucian Games presided over ie business meeting which was at- endcd by 12 members and one visU or, Mrs. Bob SlovalL Mrs. J. W, Thompson led In pray- r preceding the program, "Christ, 'lie Answer To Moslem Lands" vliich was conducted by Mrs. Mc- jcc. Assisting on the program were ,irs. P. H. Jernlgan, Mis. Jack Ataway, Mrs. Miller and Mrs, H. J. ^oiidren. Thr prayer of dismissal was said •y Mrs. Fondren. shaped, pockets. Pattern No. 85-16 i? a sew-rite perforated, pattern for sixes 34, 3(> :J3, 40,. 42, 44, -16 and 48. Size 36, 3-Ti yards of 35 or 30-inch. For tliis pattern, tend 25 eenU in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, MO South Wells Street, Chicago 7, III. The Fall a net Winter FASHION Is a complete guide in planning a wearable fall wantrabe. New — exciting — informative. Free pattern printed inside the book. 25 cents. Mrs. Dunn Guest at Council Board Meeting Mrs. Lee Dunn, of Cheyenne, Wyo. of Mrs. John C. Me take Street WSCS Meets in George Shanks Home Members of thc Like Street WSCS met yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. George Shanks with Mrs, C. T. shamliti co-hastess. Bouquets of naiuima berries and fall flowers decorated the rooms in vrhich the meeting was conducted. Opening prayer was given by Mrs, George Stihvell. The president, Mrs. Billy King, led ihe business scssiot. of the afternoon. The devotional. ''Turn Prayers ot Thanksgiving," was given by Mrs. Shamlin. Following the dismissal prayer led by Mrs. J. \v. Maloncy, thc hos- tesRes served re (i eshmen Is of pie and coffee. Htmcy, was with 12 member of the Executive Board of the Women's council of the First Christian Church when they met yesterday at the church. The opening prayer and scripture (he 107th Psalm, was given by Mrs Lester D. Strubhar. Mrs. C. A. Tant presided over th brief business meeting. Mrs. Hadley Hays, hostess for th afternoon, served refreshments ii the social hour following the meet Thanksgiving Pumpkin Harvested on Porch SHERIDAN. Ark.. Nov. 22. <#)— Mrs, O. K. Martin harvested th pumpKln For her Thanksgiving pi from the back porch of her seconi rl-ny apartment here today. The vine climbed 16 steps fron the garner under its own powe and produced a melon on the Maitin porch. The pumpkin weighci 53 pounds. "Stripping" was begun ,it the Hib- inK, Minn., open-pit iron mine in RENT A CAR Drive Anywhere You Please Simpson Oil Co. Phone 937 Of the original broadcast stations WWJ of Detroit and KDKA ol Pius bingh both are still on the air. They started in 1920. Lutherans Arrange thanksgiving Service |p Special Thanksgiving services are be conducted at (he First Luthean Church at 8 p.m. tomorrow. The Rev, G. Mip.ssler, pastor, ha.s hosen "Offer Unto God Thanks." as his topic. Banquet Compliments Calvary YWA Guest* A Thanksgiving banquet was given last night in compliment to 13 mem. hers and three guests of the Calvary Baptist YWA at the Church. The three visitors were Mrs. Marie Matter, Mrs. Edrle Oaines and Mrs. C. B. Chlnn. The mission study, "Ring In the New" was conducted by Mrs. Matter. Following the study the members 5\nd guests were, seated at long table; overlaid with white linen cloths for Ihe three course dinner. Bowls filled with assorted fall flowers centered the tables. Dinner music was presented by Mrs. Chitm and Jimmy Wilder. Photographs ol the group were made duririf; the banquet and in tlw business meeting following. At The Hospitals Blythcvllle Hospital ,* Dismissed: ^ Mrs. C. C. Thompson, stccle Deborah Ann Russell, Rrweland Margaret Robinson, City . Red Philbrook. City Jack Medlin. City Walls liospital DLsmlssed: Mrs. Weldon Nebel and baby, City Jame.s Ed Hooker, Caruthersville Mrs. Homer starnes. City Mrs. R. L. 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