The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 21, 1950 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 21, 1950
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PAGE POUR BLVTHUVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1990 Jtnt Bhellon, Society Editor Plum* 4461 Summer Showers, Theme Of 'Pre-Nuptia! Event Summer showers was the selected theme for the miscellaneous shower honoring bride-elect- Mrs. Jerry Farmer last night at the J. E. England home. Mrs. Kdgar Cain and Mrs. Earl Stover were hostesses to M guests for the pre-nupilal event. In keeping with the shower theme •wis the large befrillcd white and blue umbrella opened and set nt an angle In the entertaining room of the home to hold the gills to be presented to the honorce. Bowls filled with coral hucd gladioli provided the floral decorations for the event. In further compiimeni to the ihower was the bridal study which centered a circular mirrored pl.-ic- <jue topping the dining table. Refreshments were served buffet. Three miniature mairt dolls surrounded an opened lace umbrella as if caught in a. summer shower made up the unusual scene, Bridal games and contests composed the evening's entertainment with prizes being presented Mrs. D. C. Freeman, mother of the honoree, and Miss Vcra Goodrich. A turquoise printed frock was jelccted by Mrs. Farmer for the occasion. "Grey lizard accessories were worn in compliment. Hdr costume was completed with a gift corsage of fragrant gardenias. Gifts for her new home were received by Mrs. Farmer from the group. Miss Evon Slattern of Osceola was »n out of town guest. Mrs. Freeman, mother of the honoree, was a special guest. • * * Country Club Luncheon Honors Miss Betty Dale Miss Betty Dale ot Preutiss, Miss., houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry, was guest of honor yesterday when Mrs. George M. Lee v.-ns hostess to a group of the rallege and young married set for a luncheon at the Country Club. Bowls of surmner blossoms set among greenery topped the serving table and were placed around the entertaining room. Mrs. Lee presented the guest of honor with a gift corsage which she pinned at the shoulder line ot her summer pastel frock. Informal entertainment made up the afternoon's activities. New Member Joins Club; Double Celebration Held Mrs. Charlie Hart met as a new member with the c. and N. Birthday. Club last night, when Mrs. Marvin Lane entertained the club •t her home for the monthly meeting. Double birthday honors were celebrated last night with Mrs. C. S. Baggett and Mrs. Jim Henry Burks as guest of honor. Bowls filled with jummer cut flowers were set in the entertaining rooms of the home where the potluck supper was served. Following supper the honorees blew out the club's traditional six candles topping the isrge birthday cake, which was cut and served with party foods. Group gifts were presented the guests of honor after which the remainder of the evening was spent informally. Two New Members Join Thursday Rook Club Two new members, Mrs, Freeman Ifuey and Mrs. Talnmdge Huey, met with the Thursday nook Chib yesterday at the home of Mrs. George Saliba, Jr., for the weekly meeting. Low crystal bowls tilled with roses, snapdragons and lacy fern, were placed In the room in which the club was seated at small tables for tlie rook games. High score prize was won by Mrs, Eugene Brown, second high by Mrs. Leon Scherer and Vooko, Mrs. N. H. Blakemore. Mrs. course, Sallbf. served dessert Bits of News fitiitfit/ Church Class Feted At L. E, Crump Home Twenty six members and guests of the intermediate Sunday School Cln.Fs of the Nftzarcne Church wore entertained last night ot the L. E, Crump home for a business and social meeting. Following the brief business .session n socifil hour was held during which party games were conducted. Bobby Seaman sang a solo followed by a piano duet by Mary O'Brien and Gertnide Jeffcrios Refreshments of sandwiches atid iced drinks were served. Mrs. Mildred Mayo Is class teacher. * * • Mrs. Motlmger Wins High Score at Club Meeting Air.-). C. Modingcr. Sr., won high score and Mrs. C. F. Tucker, second high at the weekly meeting of the Octette^ Chib ycsterdny at the country home of Mrs. J, C. EHis. Mixed summed blossoms were sot about the room in which the club viRK seated for the afternoon of bridge. Mrs .Ellis served refreshments. « * • fwo Guesls Meet With Gbitzers at Carson Home Mrs. Wilbur Wildy of Etowrvh and vlrs, Denver Wilson were guests ycs- .erday with the- Kibitizer Club for he weekly dessert bridge meeting, Mrs. Rube Carson wns hostess to the club and guests for the nffnir. High score tn the bridge game waa won by Mrs. George Hubbartf, Jr., with Mrs. Don Chamblln winning second high. Summer flowers provided the decorations for the entertaining rooms Revival Begins Sunday at Church The Rev. B. W. Stiillcup of Laki 'ity. Act., is scheduled to begin ten clay revival meeting at the iVesley Memorial Methodist Church Sunday evening, the Rev. \V. B Yount, pastor of the church, announced today. Services will be held each, evening at 8 p.m. Major and Mrs. D. E. Wilbourn and two daughters, Janet and Martha Jane, are spending several days here as guests of Major Wll- foourn's aunt, Mrs. R. H. Kirby, They are en route from F.I Paso, Texas, to their new station in Germany. Mrs. o. D. Burton and family of Caruthcrsvtlle will be the Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lane. Mr. and Mrs, Charles Lutes and Baptists Plan Revival Meeting The Rev. Arnold Clayton, ot the Woodland Corner Baptist Church, will begin a aeries of revival meetings <!• the Number Nine Baptist Church July 23, the Rev. Gene Sliultz, pastor of the church, an nounccd. v Ray Walte of Joncsboro will conduct sohg services. Services will begin each evening at 8 p.m. Coming Events Social Calendar Friday Mrs. J.J. Cookston and Mr. and Mrs. Gus Ebcrdt entertaining Past Matrons and Patrons Ctiib and Eastern Stars with potluck supper at the Shrine Club at 1:30 p.m. Mo., Is the houseguest of her daugh- — . ter. Mrs. John Walden and family. .son, Clisrles Roy, are spending two | Mr. and Mrs. Cecil A. Bailey and weeks in Chicago and other points of interest. Mrs. D. K. Bondurant left yesterday for her home in Fort Worth, Tex., after visiting here,as-guest of her sister, Mrs. Phillip Applebaiim SMART TWO PIECER At The Hospitals Blj-lhevllle Hospital Dismissed: Jerry Holly, Cooler Walls Hosiiflal Dismissed: Mrs. James Kelly, City <aosnell School Enrollment Set At 850 Students F. E. Lucius, superintendent of he Gosnell elementary and high schools, announced today that there is an estimated enrollment of 850 students In those schools. He aald late enrollments were expected to swell the figure to around 825. The summer term, which started June 10, will run for eight weeks and then be dismissed In the fall for eight weeks to allow the students to pick cotton. Mr, Lucius said many Improvements were made in the schoo! plant for the new year. Additional desks have been purchased for the elementary school and all rooms have been remodeled and painted. The gym was completely redecorated with the Installation of new bleacher and dressing rooms complete with showers. Gas heat for the Bym and elementary school Is contemplated for the near future, Mr. Lucius said. The staff of teachers for the 1950™ WILSON NEWS j ., , ,, „ , „ s o cers or e - daiiEhtcr of McKenle, Tex are M terms WMe announcen as , olle ™ . spending two weeks here with Mr. Bailey's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Bailey. Mr. and Mrs. Duff Oallher and daughter. Harriet, of Memphis, were wecine.srinv pnests of Mrs. John Wiilden and family. Seamnn Howard c. Recer ot Portsmouth, Va., Is spending a two week's Inve here with Mr. and Mrs Oewey Bailey. have as their housejjucsts for ten days, Mrs. Nolan Nuckolt and daueh- ianil Mr. Applcbaum and the Char•y. Clyde. Harry and Walter Uites nmilies. Mrs. Bondurant was ac- ompnmcd home by Elizabeth Lu- for a two weeks visit. While lere Miss Lutes will visit in Las ruzes, N. M., as guest of Mrs, Edic Zimmerman. Mr. nntl Mrs. J. T. Morgan and on, Jerry were In Walunt Ridge csterday where they attended the j ters. Ne'lle Blain and Mnlinda.'of uneral of Mrs. Morgan's brother, j Memphis, 'honiiu L. Stayton. ] Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Crane and Miss Mnry Nunn will arrive home ' children of St. Louis are the house- londay Irom Chapel Hill, N. c.. • guests of Mrs. Crane's parents, Mr. I'here she Is working toward her and Mrs. Herbert Graham. Mr. and 'h.D degree. Miss J-funn, who will _ Mrs. Crane and family are spending e joined in Memphis by her par- \ today In West Memphis as guests nts, Mr. Md Mrs. Marvin Nunn. i °< Mr. Crane's parents, rill remain In Blythci'ille until j Mrs. E^riene Blankenshlp and .entember. children, 1,'nda Lee and Earl, are Mr. and Mrs. George M. Lee are j visiting in Huston. La., as guests of pending today in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Kichnrd Prichard and Mrs. Mildred Mayo, Mr. and Mrs. family. Mr. and Mrs. Prichard for:. If. Downs anil Mr. Down's mother. I nierly made their home in Blyth-- frs. Rebecca Ingram, will spend I *"le. his weekend at Big Springs. Mo. Miss Louise Sullivan has returned Mr. and Mrs. Pete Tranham and [ Irom Atlanta, Ga., where she was ons. Rondal and Ray, of Flint, lnc houseeuest or Mr. and Mrs. rich., are visiting here with Mrs.' w - M Craven. Mr. and Mrs. Cra- I'ranlmn's mother, Mrs. Earlie • vc " accompanied Miss Sullivan to unningham. i Blythevllle for » week's visit. Mr. and Mra. J. E. Davis of Gulf- Mr - Bnd Mrs - M - c - Webb and children have returned J. E. Harris, principal of the high school: Mrs. Mnlrn Treece, commercial subjects; Floyd E, Irby. mathematics; John Gamble, English; Lester Giles, chemistry and science; Mrs. Frances McMurry, science and social studies; Roy Hon. coach and physical education. John Lane, elementary nrinclnal and sixth erode teacher; John Ro- Mrs. c. L ' McWaters Sr. » n< i den, sixth grade; Miss Jewel Smith Mr. and Mrs. C. L. McWaters. JrJ and Mrs :,. J - E - H »"'s. fifth grades; port. Miss., were to arrive by plane oday for several days visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ellis. Jr., and family. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Kirby have as neir guests today Mrs. Klrby's mother. Mrs. J. E. Wilbourn. and ler . sister-in-law, Mrs. Franklin Wilbourn, both of Paragtmld, and ler nephew, Darrell Wilbourn of Dallas, Texas. Mrs. C. E. Wiggins Is visiting in Flint. Mich., as guest of her daughter, Mrs. J. A. Gillie. Margie Frantz of Arkadolphla is the houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Wylie. Mrs. Wylie and her, mother, Mrs. J. E Callaway, had spent two weeks in Arkarlelphln and were accompanied home Wednesday by Margie. Sandra and Kay Yales. daughters o/ Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Yates, spent the weekend In Memphis with their aunt. Miss Eloise Yatcs. Sgl. p .__Rcx Griffin left yesterday for ysersens duty after spending 30 dayfr : here with his father, Louis Grlffiifana sister. Mrs. E. B. Spaeth, Jr. Sgt Griilin was formerly stationed at Witchita Falls. Tex. Sandra Akin ol Joncsboro Is the housegnest of her aunt, Mrs. Don HiUey and family. Mrs. J. P. Montandon left this morning for Flarltngea. Tex., where she will Join Mr. Montnndon there for the cotton season. They plan »o return in September. Mrs. M. A. Price of East Prairie, from S 1 Louis where they were the guests of Mr. Webb's sister, Mrs. J. O. Hamilton and Mr. Hamilton. Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton are former Blytheville residents. While there they attended the baseball games and the St. Louis Open Air Theatre production "Lady In The Dark:" Mr and Mrs. T. A. Bell left today for their home In Helena after visiting here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Haley. The Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Fitz- htigh autl children left today for- a two week's vacation. They ! '"«'ill visit In Marlanna, Canton, Miss,, and in Fitzhugh. Ark., with the Rev. Mr. Fitzbugh'i brother. H. C. Fitzhugh. Mrs. S. B. Terry returned to her home In Luxora today after a week's visit here with her daughter, Mrs. J. S. DUlahunly. Mrs. Delia Ozee and Miss Betty Faye Harris, fourth grades; Mrs. Pern Summons and Mrs. F. E. Lucius, third grades; Miss Betty Dodds and Mrs. M. A. Mldnleton, second grades: Mrs. Lucille Bnggett and Mrs. Frances Hecksher, first grades. Mrs. Collie Logan Is the teacher /or the Gosnell Negro school. Mrs. Kerbough Attends Fall Fashion Show Mrs. Don Kerbough returned Tuesday from Cincinnati, o., where she attended a four day fashion meeting at the Slnton Hotel. M. KerboUBh attended the fashion show at fashion department head for the local Montgomery Ward store. The meeting, which was for the discussion and display of fall styles and colors, was held lor fashion department heads from all the Montgomery Ward Stores of the country. The show was directed by Mrs. Oliver Smith. Jews Get Summer School TEL AVIV, Lsrael (AP)— "Schoal Hays" are going on right through the summer for the children of newly arrived Immigrants in Israel. Newspapers announced this would help children in transit camps to make up for lost time In their studies. An appeal has been issued for teachers to volunteer to Instruct the immigrant children. Mrs. J. A. Trammel, Mrs. Pauline Corkraii and Mrs. Whit Lawrence were Memphis shoppers Monday. Mrs. Asa Porter and children spent the week end with his mother, Mrs, J. J, Porter In Helena. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bras field oj Memphis were the week end guests of her parents, Mr, and Mrs, J. J. liussey and family. Eugene LaRue son ot Mrj. Lillian LaRue has received his discharge from the Navy' and Is at home with his family. W. O. McCarley of Columbia, Tenn., Is visiting his daughter, Mrs. S. C. Brandon Jr., and family. Garland Trammel underwent an operation Monday at the Methodist Hospital In Memphis. His condition Is reported as satisfactory. Mrs. Trammel Is with htm. Approximately 300 guests from the Mid-South area attended, the annual barbecue and lawn party at the J. E. Morgan home last week. The Northeast Arkansas Firemen's Association held their quarterly meeting here Friday night. Following the business meeting at the Wilson Fire Department a pic- supper was served at Bassett Park. Reba Dean Oreenlee Is visiting In :he home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Farrell and family hi Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Bussle Perry spent this week end in Memphis with his Brother Walter perry and Mrs. Perry. Miss Arlcne Peterson has returned to her home in Reeds, Mo., sf- ter spending the past week with her uncle. G. w. Goodson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Thompson and son, Bill, left Saturday for two weeks vacation in Lake City, Colo. Mrs. Arnold McDanlel accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Herman Mc- Danlel of Marion to Chicago last week where they visited In the home of his brother. Cleon McDanel and family. j O.K.S. Mwts • I The Wilson Chapter No. 432 Or- ! der of the Eastern Star held the regular monthly meeting at the Masonic Hall last Thursday night The meetnig opened with the Worthy Matron, Mrs. Frances Craven and the Worthy Patron A. B. Ciark, presiding. Mrs. Ruth Slaton of Joiner, associate Grand Matron of Grand Chapter, OES of Arkansas, announced that Mrs. Cravens has been appointed Grand Page of Grand chapter of Arkansas for the 1950 session to be held in Little Rock the first week in December. The appointment was made by Mrs. opal Cone ot Searcy, Worthy Grand Matron ot Grand Chapter, OES of Arkansas. WMU HM Pro(ram The night circle of the WMU ol the Wilson Baptist Church met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Broughton Lovetb for the Royal Service program and social. Mrs. Lovett, circle chairman was program leader in the absence of Mrs. Jack Zook. Mrs. Walter Keltner gave the devotional, others assisting with the program Included Mrs. L. E. Sullivan, Mrs. J. A. Trammel, Mrs. John Crenshaw, Mrs. C. D. Price, Mrs. Russell Nash, Mrs. Stanley Pierce and Mrs, Lnmar McDaniel. Mrs. Harvey Summers gave [he dismissal prayer following the social. Sex Films Cover Singapore SINGAPORE (AP)—The mysterious ways of the Singapore film censor yield strange fruit. The most icccnl was an orgy of sexology films in every major movie house in this British colony and all at the same time. Storm center for several years over his sometimes unexpected decisions, Censor Jack Evans banned a scries of sex films. The colony Appeal Board, which has final say In what films can be shown, overruled .him as it has many times in (he past. There was such attcnlant publicity, however, that all the big houses decided to cash in. As a result, for a svqek it was impossible to see any film that wasn't carry- lug such advertisements ns "Don't Keep the Facts of Life a Secret" "Sincere and Frank Attempt nt Sex Education", and, of course, "Children under 14 not admitted." New Liberty News Mrs. and Mrs. Hilton St«ph«is«n and daughter, Mary Tom, have returned from a ten day vacation, where they vtelted in H Booneville and Merecllan, Miss, ' Mr. and Mrs. Jack Williams" Trenton, Tenn., were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C, Wli- liams. Jimy and Joel Epperson returned home Tuesday after spending th» weekend at Catron. Mo., with Mr. and Mrs. Parker cnssldy »nd son, Bobby. While there, they attended the baseball games In St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Long spent the weekend In Delta as guests of rel«- tives. Miss Frances Long and nephew and ritece, Tom and Puttie Holder, have returned home after vacationing In New Smyra Beach, Fla, Cats Kill Cobra JAMMU, Kashmir (AP) — Four cats battled a cobra for two hours in a village near here. Two cats and the cobra \vere killed. The cats were attacking a rat when the snake intervened and swallowed it whole. The cats then surrounded the co- bva and the battle began. Mental Requirements Reduced tor Enlistment In U. S. Air Force S'f^t Arthur Balm, recruiting sergeant for the U.S. Army and Air Force, siid todqy that the mental requirements for enlistment in the Air Force have been lowered. Effective immediately, he said, hjph school grr-duatcs must make a'minimum raw score of 47, non- high school graduates a raw score of 57 and applicants for the WJA. must have a minimum rawscor'nR 57. This lowers the required number of correct answers from five to ten points. "Air layering" of rhododendron cuttings is necessary to store them for later propagation. Don't forget July 25th. to VOTE Tuesday. PRESCRIPTION We carry a compTele stock t>1 biologicaJs, Pharmaceuticals and iltugs. We (jive you accurate, rapid prescription servivr. When minutes rontil, you can count on us! S.PJElf] ROTHROCK'S DRUG STORE 205 W. Main Phone 4451 8621 By Sue Burnett Feminine and lovely with a flair for flattery is this two piece style that will grace many a social event this season. 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