The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 11, 1950 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, July 11, 1950
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PAGE roim BLYTHEVTLLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, JULY 11, 1950 Jane Slielton; Society Editor Phon« 4461 First Birthday Marked With Paily for 15 Guests The firsi birthday of John Anna Dill, daughter ol Mr. mid Mrs. Wayne Dill, was observed yesterday nfternoon at the Dill home with R party for 15 little guests. The afternoon was spent Informally on the lawn and In (he entertaining rooms ot the home. Ourlnir the affair, the birthday cake holding Us single lighted candle, was cut anti served the tiny guests with Ice cream. Martha Ann Foster. Automata Lewis and Martha Kimberly asslst- td Mrs. Dill during the afternoon « » * Mrs. Robertson Honors HD Club Potholdcrs, shown by Mrs. Jack Robertson, were the cycopcners at the bi-monthly meeting of the Lone Oak Home Demonstration Chib yes- terdny afternoon at the Robertson home. Mrs. J. O. Huey presented the dc- volionnl followed by a business session presided over by the club president. Mrs. Forrest Moore. During the business, plans for the rest camp were discussed. A social hour followed the business meeting adjournment. In the games Mrs. Moore was presented a prize. Party foods and Iced drinks were eerved by Mrs. Robertson. Miss Wooten Joins YWA Group Miss Betty Wooten met as a new member last night when 10 members ol the YWA of the First Bap- ..tist Church entertained at the home of Mrs. Boy Head. Mrs. L. D. Lewis was a guest with the group. A devotional was given by Miss Bernlce Overman after which the Misses Cliffle Overman. Mnxtne Hill and Lounell Overman participated in the program discussions. The meeting was closed with prayer, after which Mrs. Head served refreshments. JUNIOR CHARM Mrs. Vcrlon Smith Vcrlon Smith Claims Bride In Ceremony Mr. and Mrs. J. M, Spradllng of Horncrsvillc. are today making kncns'11 the marriage of their granddaughter, MLss Joyce Maynard, to Vcrlon Smith, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Arthur M. Smith, also of Horners- viile. The Rev. P. H. Jcrnlgan of Calvary Baptist Church officiated nt the 0 a.m. ceremony Suiulay morning July 9 at Calvary Baptist Church in BlyLheville. Miss Erma Lou Lanjjdon and ^iis.s Jean Branuin presented a program of nuptial music. Miss Braiuim sang. "For You/' A whttc silk frock, fen- urlng- a snug ffUing bodice eather- tJ to a fail .skirt was worn by Miss iimgdon. Her costume WHS coin- leted with pale green accessories, i forrest green .street length dress ighlighled with a decoJlecte ncck- .ne nnd cmbrodlcred skirt was hoacn by Miss Branuin. Attending as matron of honor and •nly attendant was Mrs. Max Uay .loore, who \vn.s dressed in a while tnijrodicred organdy street length rock. Her gown feutured n swecp- ng skirt and full, push up .sleeves. Contrasting with her white enscm- ilc were tiie red carnations pinned nt her shoulder. , A cream Find 'blue shaded shan- iijf t«-o piece frock was selected the bride for her costume. The blouse was made from shaded cream crepe a nd [ ca Lured cape sleeves. The full skirt was fashioned if shaded blue. Navy blue accessor- cs completed her bridal costume. Red carnations were the wedding lowers carried by the bride.- Max Ray Moore attended as bvil nan. Mrs, E, Giles was hostess at 10 a.m. with a reception honoring the couple at the home of the groom's >arents in Hornersville. Continuing .lie bridal flower theme of red were ;he scarlet gladioli which centered :he lace draped bride's tnblc. Mrs. Ruth Cole presided during the affair. Mr. and Mr*. Smith will be aL iiome in Cardwell. 8543 11-18 A bold striped [abric works uj effectively for this stunning frock for teen-agers. Buttons on a. slnr accent the side closing and trin the neat pocket. Have short o three quarter sleeves. Pattern No. 83-13 is a sew-rit perforated pattern for .sizes 11, 12 13, 14, 16 ami 18. Size 12, shor sleeve. 4 H yards of 30-inch. For this pattern, send 25 cents in COINS, your name, address, desired, and the PATTERN NUM BER to Sue Burnett, Courier News 530 South Wells Street, Chicago 7 111. The Spring and Summer FA 6HION offers many ideas lor a Rirmrt new wardrobe. Special lab- ric edition—more American Designer Originals—easy to sew styles— gltt pattern printed inside. 25 cents. Night Meetings Begun by WSCS Fifteen members of the T.ak Street WSCS met last night at th church for the weekly meeting During the summer months the meetings will be conducted pad Monday night at 7:30 at the church Mrs. Billy King, president, sideri over the meeting. The* meeting was opened group singing after which George McChchcy presented pro Bits of N«ws with Mrs. the devotional, "Never Agnin Such Insecurity." Mrs. McGhchcy le<l the responsive reading. "Missions." followed by the group's repeating tin; Lord's Prayer and the singing of a hymn. Mrs, King, assisted Mrs. McO.hc- hcy in presenting ilic program. 'Age Old Quest." Mrs. McGhclicy adjourned the meeting with a prnyer. Hostesses for the social hour following were Mrs. W. L. Grern and Mrs. Dilly Kins. Refreshments of sandwiches, cake and iced ilrlnfcs were served. Mrs. William Bolin and son, left yesterday for Helena to Join Mr 3olin to make their home. Mr. Boin recently accepted the mana- ierihlp of the Singer Sewing Center in Helena. Mrs. O. A. Corlew accompanied hor daughter and grandson to Helena for several days visit Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Loll, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Lehman Gean have returned from North Carolina A-here they vacationed for a week While there they visited severaJ In- :llan Reservations and other points of interest. Kn route they vLsitei Mr. and Mr.s. Gcan'.s son, Veri'on lloucliim and Mrs. Houchins at Oak nidge, Tenn. Mrs. Earl Brewer and daughtei-s 4 Bwnie Sue and Shirley of, Caraway, were ttic weekend guests of Mr and Mrs. DeWitt Van Cleve. Mr. and Mrs. William Befcon iud dnnshter, Mona Kny, of Mem- jhis were the weekend guests of Mr ind Mrs. W, 1,. Melvin and children, 3obby and Sharon. Condition of Mrs. Carl Castle- nun, who recently underwent najor operation at MempliU Bap- .Isl Hospital, is reported as satisfac- ory. Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Van Cleve lad as their weekend guests Mr. ind Mrs. Harvey Higgins of Jones- Mr. and Mrs. Harry N. Wliltls and m, Warren, xverc the weekend Sliest? of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Da- ijclson at Memphis. Mrs. A. E. CaUUvell and daiUMi- .er, Cathy, of Dell are spending; cw days wllit- Mrs. Caldwell's fa- her, 1. W. Cochran of Newborn I'cnn. Mrs. Barbara Edwards of Little (ock was the weekend guest ol icr parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A Gary. Her sister, Mts-s Carmen Cary eturncd to Little noclc with her or a visit. Wilson Bohanntn^ and O'Nea 1 Dcclman left Monday for camp icclar Valley at Hardy where thes vitl he on the camp staff. They will return in six weeks. Mrs. J. T. Ashley o( Mouticello visiting In the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Smith and family. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Tucker and daughter, Mrs. W. A. Afflick, spent the weekend In Columbia. Tenn., where they visited Mrs. Affllck's son, Bill, Jr., who is attending summer school at Columbia Military Academy. The Rev. and Mrs. Gene SchuUz left yesterday for a week's vacation at Southhaven and Henton Harbor, Mich. Mrs. Scluiltz's mother and sister of Blytheville, accompanied them to Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Clilf Pinley and daughter. Katherine Ann, of Col- liervillc, III., arrived yesterday to spend several (Jays as guests ot Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Bailey and family. Mr. Finley who Is sales rep- resentlve for Hunter packing Co. in St. Louis, and Mr. Bailey were former business associates In St Louis. Mr. and Mrs. N. 0. Patterson EMd children spent Sunday in Sik- cston, Mo., as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dyer Garner and children. David G. Sylvester, son of Mr and Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester, of Blytheville and a, graduate of Blytheville high school, has been named to the Ijean's list for the spring semester at Oklahoma A. and M College. Mr. Sylvester was enrolled in the school or Engineering. Oail Page Glisson o! Scnath Mo., is the housegucst of Mr. am Mrs. W. L. Smith and their granddaughter, Jeanctte Jean McFar land, of Southington. Conn. LUXORA NEWS •j Mm G. O. Drivw Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Campbell ol Si. Louis were recent house guests of their sislersi Mtas Florence Rush and Mrs. H, W. Spann. Mrs, R. J. Glllesple Is visiting her daughter, Mrs, H. C. Davidson, and family, of Greenville, Miss,, lor several week*. Mr. and Mrs. Praiifls Barnett of Monroe, La., were recent weekend Kue&Ls of Mr .and Mrs. Lcm Stanford and family, Mrs. Russell Bo wen Ictt recently for Bentonville, Ark., for an extended visit with her father, L. J. Jackson, who Is seriously 111. She was accompanied by Mr. Bowen, who returned home last Sunday. Miss Dolly GoswLch and Mrs. Leonard Ellison were co-hosle.ssc.s at a nelghl table bridge party on Friday ol week. The party was held at the high .school cafeteria. Guests were present from Blythe- vilte, O.sceola, and Luxora. Prices were won by Mrs. Sue Drown, Mr.s Ray WhHmore, Mrs. ChesVer Dane- j howcr of Oseeola, und Mr.s. William Kilos of O-sceola. A Luxora party comprised of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hall, Mr. and Mrs, Ray whitmorc, and Mr. and Mrs, I. M. dhrtllo attended tlic St. Louis Cardinal home series during the July 4 weekend. The party returned Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. \V. II. Gowen-aml family of Memphis were holiday weekend guests of Mrs. G oven's mother, Mrs. Sue Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bowen spmit the recent holiday weekend attending the L?ke Chlcot boat reytittn at Lake Village. They were the yuests of Mrs. Bowen's sirter, Mrs. Clyde Livingston, anil family. Mrs. G. C. Driver, Jr. and children left Tuesday lor a visit of several weeks with relatives in Atlanta, Ga. They wecr accompanied to Memphis by Mr. Driver. Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Rodger*; and Mrs. Archie Norman entertained at the Rodgcrs' country home 'a=t Thursday night In honor of (heir son and his recent bride, Capt. and Mrs. L. N. Rodgers, of Carthage, Mo. Coming Events Social Calendar Tuesday Mrs. Jerry Scrape hostess to TLB Club. Mrs. Russell H. Farr entertaining Tri-Town Club. , Wednesday"' Ladies Day at Country Club, sponsored by the Ladies Auxiliary of the Club, ' ^ Wednesday ^ Garden Club meets at the Woman's Club at 9:30 a.m. for bust- ness meeting. Mrs. G. O. PoeU entertains Club Eight, 'Thursday Mary Martha Sunday School class of First Baptist Church has pot luck, in home of Mrs. E. L. Hale at 7 p.m. Thursday Rook meets with Mrs. Grover Wren. Saturday Miss Joyce Rose borough, of Senatobia, Miss., becomes the bride of Johnny Hanley White of Blythevil!« in. a cerecony at Scnatobia at 8 p.m. —Courier News Photo VAt'ATlON-'nMK—-Members of tlie Dogwood Home Demonstration Club, are .shown above at their cjub with part of their equipment for a four-day vacation. The women left by bus this morning tor liig Spring, Mo. Left, to right ave (front row) Mrs. Bill Cable, Mrs. P. S Parker, Mrs. Clarence Davis, Mr.s. Walter Uitc.s, Mrs. Phillip Applcbuum and Mrs. Mnrvin Lane. In the back row are Mrs, Bcb Scott, Mrs. Bcutiis Koonce, Mrs. Floyd Davis, Mrs. J. P. Ramey, Mrs. Charles Lutes, Mrs. Raymond Stringer. Mrs. Max Koonce. Mrs. Ira Koonce and Mrs. G. R Scrape, Club Members Go on Yearly 'Splurge' ^ church throughout the CC n- uiies. The concert program is ded- • Ready for four days of sunshine, i .stnnrt at (he C. G. Smith horse sale swimming and loafii^g arc the 15 i bcirn. members of the Dogwood Home} This is the third year that the Demonstration Club, w'- left this group has gone to Big Spring where they have a cabin, A. bus was chartered for the trip. Rest, and fun will rule the day for these busy homemnkers while on vacation. Mrs. Bill Cable \s club president. morning for the annual club outing at Big Spring, Mo. Through the year, the club members work at various projects to earn the money for the four day •'splurge" This year's biggest money raiser has boon the concession Al The Hospitals Itlj-llievillc Hos|ii!.il Disnais.scd: Mrs. O. b. Tlvoryc and bnby. City. Service Program Given for WMU "What of Our First One Flundrcc Years In Africa?" was the lop» of discussion of the 18 members o: IVie Armorel WMU who met yesterday nt the church for a Roya Service program. The meeting was opened with group singing and a prayer let by Mrs. Ira Dlxon. The pastor, the Rev. W. E. Ed mmicison, presented the devotiona "The Hope ol Glory," after which Mrs. C. C. Elliott directed the pro gram. Those participating in th discussions were Mrs. Frank Maj Mrs. Roy White, Mr.s. Dixon mi Mrs. Henry Berry. Mrs. Ted Faugh led In prayer. Mrs. W. L. Smith adjourned meeting with prayer. Baptist Circles Meet in Homes Women of the First Baptist | Church met in circle groups ycster- j day afternoon In homes of the mem- i >ers for study lessons. Mrs! Leslie Moore entertained .Ine members and two guests of Circle One. Mrs. Raymond Maxwell ed in the opening prayer fallowed 3V the study lesson, taught by Mrs. Ivin Huffman, Jr. Miss Cordelia Vilhite adjourned the meeting with iraycr. Mrs. E. V. McLemore was a guest nth nine members of Circle Two it the home of Mrs. E. L. Crouch. .Irs. G. V. Daws and Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Sr,, ted In prayers during he meeting. The study lesson was .might by Mrs. H. H. Brooks. Mrs. J. F. Owens was hostess to eight members of Circle Three. Opening prayer was led by Mrs. D. V. Bledsoe. Mrs. Harry Frit/Jus aught the study course after which the meeting was adjourned with i>myer by Mrs. Claude Roland. Miss Virginia Hill and Mrs. John 3uchan.iui were guests with Circle Four members who met at the home of Mrs. R. E. Van Hooser. Mrs. Alt Enderlin and Mrs. Jim Cral- toti led in prayer during the afternoon. The lesson study was-taught by Mrs. C. W. AfTlick. Ten members of Circle Five met at the home oC Mrs. Marion Wil- ilains, with Mrs. \V. E. Buchanan opening the meeting with prayer. Mrs. Williams was teacher lor tbe study lesson. Mrs. F- U. Reagan !c-d ;!IR closing prayer. Mrs. J. L. DeShazo entertained lircle Six. Mrs. Ted King gave the opening prayer after which the study lesson was presented by Mrs. E. C. Brown. Mrs. J. W. Hfiyder adjourned the meeting with prayer. BARGAIN DAY! EVERY WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON DURING JULY AND AUGUST Blythevilie's two leading shoe stores will offer special values for Wednesday Afternoon Only. Displayed on Tables and Racks FAMILY SHOE STORE 3I2 W. Main I'honc 23 12 6*. SON S SHOES! (!owl Shoes & Hosiery catcd to the rremory of Dr. Walter i A. Maier. founder of [he Lutheran Hour broadcast and its speaker for ' icarly 17 years. Last year the Chorus toured the najor cities of the West Coast. Music critics were unanimous in heir praise of the chorus' tone, enunciation, and interutation. 50 Concerts This year the chorus Is appearing in fifty sacred concerts, the majority of which will be presented In cities of the Great Lakes region and n the East Coast, from Canada o North Carolina, and through Tennessee anrl Arkansas before returning to tljc starting point of St. Louis. The Dlytheville concert, which will include works of Bach and Hassler and several modern coin- posers, will be the last presented before the return to St. Louis. Harold Knop is In charge. Morning Meeting Planned by Club Members RIH) guc-sts ol the Garden Club win meet in the morning at 9:30 a.m. nt the Woman's Club I for' a business session. Announcement of the meeting for the members and guests from the clly >vho wish to attend was made by Mr.s, Jim Crnfton, club president. CHOTITJS TO APPEAR HERE—The Concordia Seminary Lutheran Hour Chorus of St. Louis will appear in Blytheville Sunday afternoon at the First Lutheran Church in a concert of sacred music under the direction ,of Waller Keller, student director. Concordia Seminary Chorus to Give Concert at First Lutheran Church The Concorciia Seminary Lutheran Hour Chorus of Si. Louis will present a concert of sacred music in Kiythcville Sunday afternoon at 4 O'clock, at the First Lutheran Church. Appearing under tbe aiispicies of the Lutheran Church here, the chorus Ls comprised of 21 theological students of Concorciia Seminary under the direction of Walter Keller student, - director. 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