The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 25, 1949 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 25, 1949
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PAGE FOUR BLTOIEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Jane Shelton, Society Kditor Phone 4461 Miss Hill Exchanges Vows With Harmon Ellis Miss Mnrgarel Ann Hill, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Felix, hill be- 'came the brlcte of Harmon Ellis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Travis Ellis in a ceremony performed Sunday, Nov. 20. The service was read et the home of the Rev. LeRoy Henry, pastor of the Promised Land Meth- odUt Church, at 2 p.m. Soft toned fall flowers wers arranged throughout the home for tile exchange of vows. Mrs. Leon Wilson attended her sister as matron of honor and only attendant. She wore for the occasion a brown taffeta frock with brown accessories in complement. She pinned a corsage of tlnv red rosebuds at her shoulder. The bride chose a wine gaberdine tailored suit with which she wore an arrangement of gardenias set In greenery. Grey accessories completed her costume. Immediately following the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs, Ellis left tor a wedding trip to Hot Springs before returning here to make their home where Mr. Ellis will be associated with hts father In fanning Mrs. Ellis wns a member of the 1949 graduating class and while In High School she was a member ol the Future Homemakers of America, Since her graduation she has been employed by the T. I. Seay Motor Co. Mr. Ellis was also a member ol the 1940 graduating class and was a membei of the Future Farmers of America. Since his graduation he has been associated with his father in farming. * • • Mrs. Mayo Entertains Thursday Rook, Guests Mrs. W. B. Mayo,was hoslcn to members of the Thursday Rook Club and one guest Wednesday afternoon at her home. Guest for the meeting was Mrs. T. W. Goforth. In the rook games Mrs. Grover Wren won high, Mrs. Richard Pritchard second high and Mrs. Neville Blakemore rooko. During the afternoon Mrs. Mayo Mrved pla and coffee, course wa« served. Mrs. Chamblin Fetes La Nueve Club, Guest Mm. Jack Chamblin was hostess to members of La Nueve and one guest Tuesday night at her home on Walnut. Mrs. George Hubbard, Jr., was the club's only guest. Seated at Individual tables for the bridge garnet, Mrs. Hubbard won high, Mrs. N. o. Jerome second high with Mrs. brldgo. Preceding the games. Mrs. Cham- WJn lerved * dessert course. RKCENTLY WHO — Mrs, Harmon Ellis was before her marriage Nov. 20 al the home of the-Rev. Le- lioy He u i-y, pastor of the ' Promised I,nn<1 Methodist Church, Miss* Margaret Ann Hill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Felix Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis will make their home in Bly- (hoville. Hubb»rd also winning Le Petite, Guests Meet In Max Usrey Home IHour guests. Mrs. J. Farrls McCalla, Mrs. M. o. Usrey, Sr Mrs Albert Taylor and Mrs. Joe P. Pride] Jr., met with members of La Petite' Tuesday afternoon when Mrs. Max Usrey complimented the group at her home. Mixed fall flawers were plaped throughout, the rooms o[ the home A low bowl filled with assorted fruit* centered the dining table. In the games, Mrs. Eric WhlMey won high, Mrs. Usrey, Sr., second and Mrs. McCalla brldgo. During the afternoon Mrs. Usrcv lerved a dessert course. • • - • Wednesday Club, Guests Meet At Country Club The Country club was the setting for the meeting of members and guests of the Wednesday Club when Mrs. W. J. Pollard was hostess to •-- - - - vi^Kiu wna i LUA11*35 IO the group. Guests for the meetm? were Mrs. Arthur Vance, Mrs p D. Poster, Mrs. Neal Ocsell anrM Five Guests Meet With Tri-Town Club Five guests, Mrs. o. G. Cattdill Mrs. Melvin Hnlsell. Mrs. E. M Terry, Jr., Mrs. o. W- Afflick. Jr, of Sleele and Mrs. Henry Hoy I of Lcaclivlllc, met with members of Hie Tri-Town club Tuesday afler- noon. Mrs. Garrnrd Cnudill w ns hostess to the group at Hotel Noble Decorating the room In which the guests were seated for the hrittge gnme was a wicker basket flllc'ci with mammoth chrysanthemums with crystal candlesticks holding lighted yellow tapers arranged on either side. During the afternoon a dessert • • » Layelte Shower Fetes Mrs. H. N. Swearcngen Mrs. Jesse Eubanks nncl Mrs. Denny Wilson were hostesses Tuesday night at the Eubante home on Walnut when they entertained with a layette shower In compliment to Mrs. H. N. Swearengen. Jr. Bouquets of mixed fall flowers decorated the enlerlnlnliig rooms In which party games were played during the evening. Prizes were presented Mrs. J. T. Peterson, mother of the honoree Mrs. Allen Plckard nnd Mrs. Swearengen Mrs. Swearengen ptnned a gift coisnge of pink carimlions nt her shoulder. Each of the carnations makniB up the arrangement was set In frothy blue mallne, In complement to the pink and blue color scheme were the miscellaneous gifts presented In the pink and blue basstnet-shaped box. During the evening the hostesses assisted by Mrs. Harold Doyle and Mrs. Henry Long served a salad plale and Iced drinks. • • • Dorothy Willingham Guest; At Central Class Party I' Dorothy Willingham, who was stricken with polio this summer, vas the special guest of the Cen• ral School's sixth-grade students Wednesday at n Thanksgiving Dorothy, who would have been tn hat class this year, was presented with a gift of fruit Tor Trmnksiiiv- ng from the group. She is "the daughter of Mrs. H. P. Willingham. The party In the classroom was planned by the room mother. Mrs W. L. Moxlcy. The class presented choral reading of Thanksgiving Bible devotionals, and a song, "The Hop Scotch Student Council Presents Program At High School President of the student council Pat Burks, gave Ihe introductory remarks of the animiil TlianksHlv- ine proBi-iim al the high school Wednesday. Follo»-in s the introduction the group sang, "America, Thc Beautl- I'aul Hich led the prayer of Thanksgiving. "Every Day Thanks. Individual nntl National" was given by Howell Boyd. A Bible reading. Psnlm as. was cad by Reba Bcaslcy. Mary Jo Eaton presented •Thanksgiving in Song," followed oy the poem, "Praise Asks No Dale" by Belty Harbor. A conversation. "Thanksgiving— A One Day Special" was presented by Janet Young and Ben Borowsky. Tins program was under the direction of Miss Luna B. Wllhelm. prances Bowen Is sponsor of the student Council. _ . "• m-oi *-Ti;at:ii ana Miss Betty Black, who is a student at Vaiidcrbilt, Nashville and Is spending the Thanksgiving holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. The guests were seated at a long table for the two course luncheon preceding the games, centering the table was a low bowf from which Brimmed assorted fruits. In the games Mrs. Pollarrt won high and Mrs. E. J. Cure high. Winners In the games were Patsy -. McGhee and Raymond Miller Ocsell and-i Dick Foster I 5 president of the class, Don Brown, treasurer, anrt 3ara Strickland, secretary. Fresh Slock Guaranleed Rest Prices Kirby Drug Stores Block lhal Cold! n:E NEOHETRAMINE :s „ ANTIHISTAMINIC Now for Sale Without Prescription in the Interest of Public Health! BOTTLE OP 25 TABLITS 89< WOODS DRUG STORE 221 West Main Bits of News Annual Supper Given At Dogwood Clubhouse The annual Thanksgiving supper )f the E3ogwood, community was leld last night 'at the clubhouse with approximately 60 attending. The Thanksgiving motif WHS re- icalcd throughout the decorations of the clubhouse for the supper nnd nformal evening, folllowing. The turkey and dressing was prc- >arod by the Home Demonstration Club with the remainder of the food icing brought as politick dishes by lie guests allcncllne. Following supper the guests spent he evening Informally. 'em/scot County Singers 'Ian Sunday Meeting The remiscot County Sinking Convention will hold its monthly inging at the Number Eight Church, Iwo miles south of Cooler Sunday. The Melody Men from KBOA Bennett, will be special singers. nicy will present a concert tomor- ow night at the Number Eight] Church. ' Miss Ann Leysslus of Hrada, Hoi .tin. who Is attending the University of Arkansas, Faj-Elleville, n visiting here as guest of Miss Frances Shousc and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, W. Shoute. Miss Sliousc also is a student at the university. Mr. and Mrs. Necly Young and children, Necly, Jr., and Buck, of Danville, Va., are visiting here as B' c.sts of Mrs. Voung's'parents, Mr, and Mrs. Churchill Buck. Mrs. Young and children will remain ill-Ill after the Christmas holidays. Mr.s. Hoy Harper and Mrs. Bill Riblnsi/p of St. Louis are spending (ho Thanksgiving holld-iy's here as ouests of their mother, Mrs. A. M Butt. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Lutes and Mrs. Phillip Applebuam will return tomorrow from Ltibbock. Texas, where they went to attend Ihe wedding of Hugh llnrbcrt. Mr. Har- hcil, who formerly lived here. Is the tiepnew of Mr. Lutes and Mrs Applebaum. Billy Wayne McFarland. who Is a student at the University of Ark- tinsas. niyoltevHIe. Is spending Ihe holidays here ns guest ol his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Cury McFnrlam anrt lamlly. Howard Bailey, who Is a studen at the Arkansas Slate College Jonciboru, Ls .spending Hie holiday, here as guest ol his parents. Mr and Mr.s. T. J. Builey. He was accompanied home by two roommalc. Jcc C.'iite of New York and Bol DeLons of St. Louts. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Lowry ol Ihe Navy, left today for Corpus Christi after .spending (he past week here as giK-sti of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Lyster. Mrs. Lowery is a sister of Mr. Ly.ster, Mr. and Mrs. Lowry will be stationed at Corpus Christ). Mrs. M. F. Brownlee of Sikeston is spending the week here as guest .1 M-£ John Bourland. Billy Wayn" McFarland, Bobby McPrrland and Charles "Ruff" Lules are visiting In Charleston, vlo.. as guest of Billy's roommate it Ihr University of Arkansas. Herb Marshall <• Mr. and Mr.s. M P Brownlee, Sr., of Dell had as their guests yesterday Mr. and Mrs. A. I,. Cutcllff anil family ol Amory. Miss., Mr. ami Mrs. M. F. Brownlee. Jr.. of Slkes- lon. Their oilier children, who live in Dell, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Brownlee and daughter., Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Armstrong and family, and Mr i and Mis. E. W. Potter, were also home for Ihe Thanksgiving holiday. Billy Eldridge of Liltle Rock will arrive home loday to spend the weekend as guest of his parents Mr and ,vlrs. Baker Wilson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry and tnmily are visiting in Prentis. Miss., a.s guest of Mr. Berry's mother, Mrs P. W. Berry. .. • . Among the Booneville., residents attending Ihe football game yesterday between Biytheville and Bconcville were Mayor and Mrs. Marion Smith. Clyde Fulgham, Mr and Mrs. Llndsey Keeton. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Guclet, Mr. and Mrs. LaFc'.tc Guelet, Mr. and Mrs William Wales. Miss Alice Saliba and Albeit Saliba are spending the holidays ncre as guest of their parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Saliba and family. They have ns their guests, Fuad Khuri of Bcrlnt, Lebanon, who is allendiii™ (lie Texas A, .and M. Saliba Is employed in Little Rock and Mr Saliba in So. Louts. Mrs. Miincie Lambert and son Tommy, of Nashville arc visiting here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hillv Taylor and family. Mrs. Lambert and son will be motored to their home Sunday by Mrs. Taylor and son. Beri. Condition of Mrs. Norman who has been confined u> her home since Monday with a fractured left knee-cap is satisfactory. M,- s Bunch Selection of State 'Maid of Cotton' Gets Under'Way LITTLE ROCK, Nov. 25. (U't—Sc- lection of Arkansas' Maid of Cotton begins today. Nineteen young ladies begin a two-day round of activities here In thc contest sponsored by the Arkansas Junior Chamber of Commerce and thc Arkansas Farm Bureau Federation. The winner will represent Arkansas in the Maid of Cotton contest at Memphis. Contestants arc Helen Hanks Stephens. Helena; Yvonne June Wyatl, Arkadclphia: Alice Jeter, Jonesboro; Madge Woolton West* brook, Hot Springs: Susan Campbell, Lonoke; Betty Ann Smith, Texarkana; Mtiisie Lackey, Mountain Home: Ellen Williams, Jonesboro; Virginia Ann Magness, Arkadcl- phia; Margaret Ann McColllim, Stuttgarl; Joan Campbell, Blytheville; Alice Jean Sims, Litlle Rock; Billie Rue Barton. Tcxarkana; Wanda Mae Willie, Hot Springs; Lonnie Johnson. O.sceola: Sammle White. Hughes: Melba Jean Wheat, Crossctl: Beverly Mai Jones, Warren; Carolyn Cummins, Pine BltlfT. At HIP Hospitals lilyllicvillr Hospital Dismissed: Mrs, Roy Wooldrkige, and baby City. Mrs, w B, Robinson and baby Canitheisvllle, ' Harold Paine, Clly. Charlie Bilbicy, City. Mrs. F'red llorcn. City. Mrs. Wallace Hudson. City. Jarncs Hopper, City. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Noiinn Jean McGloughlln ar.d b.-iby. Luxoia. Mr,. Alvjn Donahue and baby. Steclc. Mrs. Willie Hicks and baby Bur- detle. Mrs. Alton Cap.le. Rl. 1. Mr.s. Herbert Drew, Hayti. Mrs. Charles Permenter and baby Luxora. Mr.s. Fred J. Ellis. Rt. 2. Mrs. L. C. Lowrence. City. Jeanettc- Henderson, Dell. Mis. C. A. Russell, Armorel. Mi- James Keen. New Madrid. Dilly Eugene Stone, Cily. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1949 Sunday and Monday DENWIS DORIS MORGAN* «,r DAVID BUTLER^; »,>..«,,. —: »~*A-S&— l^a^u-r^o-..— s~w»* i, *'*•"'"•** t'nraniounl News & Sclecleil Shorts Continuous Showing Sunday 1:15-11:00 was injured in a fall in her nome. Mr, and Mr.s, Luther Ktllnbrcw and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. P. Slmcr Masby of Flint, Mich., spenl Thanksgiving holidays here is -nieit.5 of Mis. p. M. Killabrew. i\frs. Ann Stevens Hamilton «n4 hrce .sons hare moved to Memphis lo make their home. The former Hamilton home Ls now occupied by Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Black and son Bob. Mr. and Mrs. Black and so-i recently moved here from vicks- btirg, Mr. Black now owns Motor Supply Co., formerly Hart's Auto Parts. Condition of Mrs. Oua Ebcrdt who underwent a major operallon Tue-s- nay at Memphis Methodist Hospital. Ls satisfactory. Mr. Eberdt Is in Memphis with her. Her daughter Mr.s. Joe Van Cleve and sister. Mrs. Call Cosset, were in Memphis with her Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Hodge Jr., whr are making their home in Lram>ton Ky., while he is attending the Uni- versify of Kentucky there, arc til- holiday guc.sls of Ihcir parents Mr and Mrs. Hodge Sr.. and Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Haynes. ' Dinner and Dance Honors Members Of National Guard The annual Thanksgiving dlnnir and dEiice for Company "M" of the 153rd infantry of the Arkansas National Guard, was conducted at the Armory Wednesday night. Approximately 00. Including about 45 officers and enlisted personnel of the guard unit, attended Ihe dinner, al which Capt. Robert Uccd- er. commanding officer of the Company, was Inastmaster. Out of town guests Included Lt Col. Robert M. MeHenry or Con"'ay, Lt. Col. Julian Bcaklcy ol Walnut Rldgc. Major Frank M. Angclo of Jonesboro and Capt. (leralri O'Neil of Walniil nidge. Special local guests Included Mr and Mr.s. .J. L. Nabeis, Mr. and Mrs' J. L. Quni!. Mr. and Mrs- O p' Kmidden M r . ar ,d MIS. Richard Osborne, Wendell Phillips, o. W Coppcdse, and Toler Buchanan. Auxiliary Attends Joint Meeting at Grider The Womcns' Auxiliary of st Stephen's Episcopal Church al- lendcd a joint auxiliary meeling Monday afternoon al the home of Mrs. F. P. Jacobs, Jr., at Grider, k., as thc guests of the Women's Auxiliary of Calvary Episcopal Church at Osceota. Greeting Ihe guests as they entered for the 12:30 luncheon preceding the meeting was Mrs. Charles Hall, MJSS Lillian Patterson, Mrs. S. u Gladish and Mrs. Lucille Moore. Mrs. H. C. Miller. Sr.. led the devotional for thc afternoon Mrs. B. Bland Mitchell, wife of the Bishop of Arkansas, .. n vc a eport on the triennial mcetin* of rh 0 ,?V C >" S ^' Xiliary ° f the B » lsc °I>°l r th meeting is conducted - general convention of thcfEms- :opni Church Is held. >• the nev. William J. Fitzhugh. The remainder of the afternoon as spent Informally with Mrs Mitchell lead!,,, « discussion with he ladies on the various activities of the auxiliaries. Langc PTA Meets At Calvary Church - An Executive Board meeting was conducted at 2:30 p.m. preceding Ihe general meellue at 3 p m o( the Lange PTA Wednesday when Ihe group met at the Calvary Baptist Church. Mrs. Rupert Crafton, president, presided. At the general meeting Mrs H W. Bradley gave llic devotional Mrs. Hiram wylie read the President's Message. Thc Rev. Roy i. Bagley, pastor of Ihe First Methodist" Church, Minister Is Patient In Memphis Hospital The Rev. H. J. Couchman, pa,,., of (lie Fiist Methodist Church tn Osceoia. Is a patient In the Garti™ Ramsey Hospital In Memphis" Church services will be conducted In thc Osceola church by the R tv E. B. Williams of Jonesboro, auper- 'nie'Hlcnt of the Jonesboro District of the Methodist Church, during the Itev. Mr. Couchmiin'i absence.- discussed "Children Need To Belleve." Following the adjournment refreshments were served. Continuous Shows Hox Office-Opens 1 :-15 Show Slarls 2:00 10:0(1 a.m. 1;!:45 n . m ,j :3 o p LISTEN TO KI.CN Last Time Today Miss Grant Takes Richmond will] Lucille Ball Paramount News & Selected Short: Continuous Sluiwhig bverida; Saturday Serial "Wild Bill Hk-kok" No 9 i ami Sliort Coul. Showing Sat. 12:30-11:30 Personalized I CHRISTMAS CARDS GIVES FAST RELIEF when COLD MISERIES STRIKE Add Warmth to Your Greeting Choose Christmas cards that express your own good taste and cany a personalized message. Our Cards are moderately priced and exclusive to each customer. 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