The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 22, 1950 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, July 22, 1950
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PAGB TWO BLTTHEVTT.LB (ARK.) COURIKl NKW1 Jan* Sheltori, Society Editor Photic 4461 Miss Patricia Ann Hay To Wed William F. Hyde Mr. and Mrs. Lofton H. Hay of Blytheville today announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Patricia Ann. to William Franklin Hyde, son of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Hyde, also of BlythfvJlle. Plans for the early September nupltals will be announced at a later date. The bride elect was a member of the 1949 high school graduating class where she was a member of the Red Pepper Club, Home Economics Club and Glee Club. She attended Central College in North Little Rock, where she served as reporter for the freshman class and was a cheerleader. Mr. Hyde was also graduated from Blytheville High School where he was a participant in extra curricular activities. He is now secretary of the Junior Chamber of Commerce and is connected with Ark-Mo Power Co. ... + Shrine Club Setting For Potluck Social The Shrine Club was the setting last night, for a politick supper honoring members of the Past Matrons and Past Patrons Club and Eastern Stars. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Cooks ton and Mr. and Mrs. Gus Eberdt were hosts and hostesses lo the 27 members and one guest. Mrs. Ora Owens of Grlder. Bowls filled with summer flowers were set around the spacious room In which the evening was spent Following Ihe buffet menl, the group spent the remainder of the evening In playing rook. High score was won by Mrs. Rnlp] Berryman, with high score for the men going to Dan Blodgett. Mrs. El- berb Alley won rooko. Twenty-Five Attend Party Celebrating Birthday Novelty hate were presented the 25 guests as they arrived yesterday afternoon at the Ira Galncs home for the celebration observing the eighth birthday of David Qalnes. Party games and contests made up the afternoon's entertainment with Charles Enderson winning n novelty prize. Pictures of the group were made. The large birthday cake holding eight lighted tapers was cut and served the young guests with Ice cream and lemonade. Each guest was presented a favor from his host. « * » Mrs. Wren Is Guest With Lucky Rook Club Mrs. Cleo Wren was guest yesterday afternoon at the weekly meeting of the Lucky Rook Club Tall vases filled with vari-huetl gladioli decorated the entertaining room of the Cecil Priest home where the meeting was held. High score In the rook game WJM presented Mrs. Wren, with Mrs. p B. Huey winning second high. Rooko was won by Mrs. J. O. Huev. Mrs. Priest served a salad plate with Iced drinks. GIRL'S YOKE DRESS L.NCACKMENT TOMI-Miw Patricia Ann Hay will become the bride of WHHiMn Franklin Hyde of Blythcville In an early Sentemher ceremony. Announcement of the approaching nuptial exchange is marie today by the bridc-clcct's parents, Mr. and Mrs. I«fton I! Hay Bridal Events Begin For Lula Wayrie Liston BrWe-elcct, Miss Lula Wayne Liston was honored last evening when the Misses Mii.xine Odon and Helen Porter entertained at Miss Porter's home with a miscellaneous shower. Ten friends of the hanorce gathered to present her gifts for her future home. Miss Liston Is bcirotjicd to Larry fle.irn of Blytheville. The evening was spent Informally By the guests who were seated in the floral bedecked entertaining room. A gift corsage of Rurdcnms set in looped satin, was presented Miss Listen to be worn In complement to her pale green chambray frock After the gifts had been presented the hostess server! a dessert course Mrs, H. P. Liston, mother of the bride elect and Mrs. Jerry Henrn mother of Mr. Henni, were special guests. Party Fetes Osceola Bride-Elect OSCEOLA. July Nora Pace was hostess at her home last evening wilh a rook party feting bride elect Miss Catherine Day Miss Day will be married Monday at 10 a.m. to Richard Durlncy of San Francisco, Calif.. ( n a ceremony at St. Matthew's Catholic Church. Crystal, vases holding"e- tnente of summer blossoms and lacy fern were set about the room in which the guest.'; were seated at small tables for the game Mrs. W. J. Bradshnw won high score mid Airs. Mona Moore second hiRli score in Ihe game. Miss Pace presented the honorec with a gift in her chosen crystal pattern. Mrs. Vcrnon Day. mother of the bride-elect, was presented a linen gltt. An iced course was served. • * • HD Club Meets; Eleven Attend Nine members of Ihe Flat Lake Home Demonstration club met yesterday afternoon at the Iverson Morris home for the bi-monthlv meeting. Mrs, Aubrey Bruce was co-hostess to the ciub and Iwo guests, Mrs. G. M. McGhehcv and Mrs. R W. S'ooten. Mrs. WIHk. Henson showed the eye opener of a doo' made from Coming Events Social Calendar first Baptist Church Circles meet-Circle One. Mrs. Roy Head Circle Two, ,\frs. Hurry Brooks Cir- c e Three. Mrs. E. H. McCInre. Circle Four. Mrs. Alvln Huffman, Sr Circ e Five. Mrs. Emil Damon and Circle Six. Mrs, Ileese Wooten Lake Street W SC3 meet., at the church at 1MO p.m. Tuesday TI.K Club meets with Mrs W J Cupplcs. ' ' Mrs. Gene Teaford entertains Trl- TOHTI Club. Wednesday Mrs Sa ni Owens entertains Club Thursday Tluirsdcy Rook club meets with Mrs. Leon Scherer. Kibitzer Club entertained by Mrs Alex Curlts. 0 f°M elt 5., cllIb plRys nt the h °<»= of Mrs. Clco Langston. Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Rcgenold have -eturned Jrom Chicago where they 'acationed for several days. Mrs. Nora Cole of Detroit, Mich., is the houseguest of her son, Elmer Cole and family at Burdelte and of friends In Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Vowell anti Tamily returned yesterday afternoon from a two weks vacation with relatives In points of Kentucky and Virginia. Miss Maidia Lou Vowell of Ablngdon, Va., accompanied them home for a six weeks visit Mrs. E. L. Hale will leave tomorrow for Hot Springs where she will vacation for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Faught announce the birth of their first child yesterday at Walls Hospital. She ia.s been named Trudy Jean. Mrs. Caught is the former Miss Phylise Sylvester. Misses Minnie and Ruby Brown eft today for a two weeks vacation n Texas. While there Miss Minnie Brown will attend the Isabcll University of Beauty Culture. They will also visit their niece. Miss June 'oscy. who Is a senior at IVardin- Simmon.s University, Abilene, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Leech have as heir houscguest, Mr. Leech's ne- )hew, Horton B. Porter. Jr.. a/id Mrs. Porter of Port Arthur, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Stewart and on, John Mark, returned last night rom Charlotte, N, C.. where they lad spent tea days" as guests of Irs. Stewart's sister, Mrs. w. O Voods and family. Mr. and Mrs, Paul Human and aughtcr, Marilyn Sue, left today or a two weeks vacation through be Smokey Mountains and Kno^- ille. Mayor and Mrs. Doyle Henderson re spending the weekend in Nash- ille with their son. Charles, who s attending Vandcrbilt University layor and Mrs. Henderson will pend several days in the mountains efore returning home. Donna Hill of Memphis, who has >een visiting here as guest of Mr nd Mrs. Fred Bean and family. eft today for her home. She was ccompanlcd by Linda. Bean who 111 remain for a week's visit Betty Barger Is visiting relatives in Glendale, ill., she will also visit relatives In Little nock. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hfndman and daughters, Ann and Kay will attend the MOAT production, "Rose Marie" tonight in Memphis. Mrs. Ramsey Duncan of Troy Tenn.. is the housegucst of Mrs.' Belle Wood. Mrs. Duncan will visit with other friends and relatives In Blytheville before returning to her home. Mrs. w. Leon Smith has been removed to her home on West Walnut from Walls Hospital where she had been undergoing treatment. Mrs. Smith Is unable to receive visitors. Frank McGruder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dan McGruder of Blytheville. received an honorable discharge Portageville News By Mr>. Raymond Toomb* Planned Potluck Honors Class A planned potluck supper for members of the Etizctiati Sunday School llasss of the First Baptist Church was held Thursday night "'' the church, with 16 members llendlng. memoers Mrs. D. B. Blcdsoe opened the .eetmg with prayer after which the buffet meal was served. Mr. R. L. Thompson conducted a business session lolloping slmpcr Mrs. Garratt Abbott led In prayer Mrs. Billy Wooten presented the devotional. "The World's Great. Madonnas" was Ihe subject of the talk given by Mrs. Alvln Huffman. Jr after which Mrs. E. D. Swanner adjourned the meeting with prayer. Mrs. J. c. Edwards was in charge oi arrangements for the supper Mrs, Swanner a.wisted Mrs Ed wards. Clrt Meeb Dr, D, .p. Budenholrer gave * report on the District Assembly at Trenton, Mo,, which he attended last weelc, to the Portageville Rotary Club which met Tuesday lot the regular meeting and noon luncheon at Mae'i Cafe. Frlti starmer, vice - president, presided over the business meeting in the absence of Wayne DeUsle, president. > Guests were the Rev. W. u Eroor of DeLano, Calif., and Jimmy de- bum of Warden. Elected SUU Jaycee Officer Joe DeLisle, past president and an active member of the Portageville Jaycees wa.s elected state treasurer of the Junior Chamber of Commerce at a meeting in Se- dalis. Mo., Saturday. Mr. Delisle served as district vice-president last year and has worked on the preparations for the Portageville Soybean Festival, sponsored by the Jaycees, for the past two years. Olehratn Blrthdaj Derenrta Ray Reddick was honored by her mother, Mrs. Douglass Reddick with a birthday party Saturday afternoon. Derenda Ray celebrated her third birthday. The sun porch of their home was decorated with balloons, suckers and bubble gum for each of the twenty young guests. Attend Tra Mrs. Burl Jeetcr. Mrs. Rnsalee Workman. Mrs. Stanley Edwards, Mrs. John Farics and Mrs. Dadle Richardson of Portageville attended at tea honoring Mrs. Twitty, former home demonstration agent for Pcml=cot County, at the home of Mrs. Bert Richardson of near Hayti Monday afternoon. Club Makes Plans Kitten members of the Cai'er Home Economic Club met in the home of Mrs. Clyde White last week. Mrs. Douglass Reddick, -vice- president, was in charge of the business meeting. The club's garden tour which was taken recently was discus-ed and roll call was answered by a report from each member on what appealed to them most on the tour. The annual club outing date was set for August 3. The outing will be iit Reelfoot Lake. Tennessee. The hostess was assisted by Mrs. John Faries and Mrs. Stanley Edwards, Honored with Shower Mrs. Roy Browning and Mrs. from the Air Corps on July 7 after three years service In Japan and Germany. Mr. McOruder will make his home In Blytheville with his parents. Misses Maurene and Peggy Haw<ms and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Brode left today for Nashville, Tenn., where they will spend severaJ d»ys with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Myer Graber and son. Arnold of Memphis, are the louseguests of Mr. and Mrs. E. «. Rcgenold and son, John Ed. Clyde E. White were honored ttl- day evening by Mrs. John Varies at her home. Member* of the Carter Home Economic Club were guests. The gittx were arranged on separate card tables where the honoree's were seated. The twenty guests played games. Robinson's Attend Reunion Mr, and Mrs. J. A. Robinson were guests Sunday at the annual reunion of the seabaugh family held at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Rutledge Sebaugh on Cape Root Drive at Cape Girardeau. Mo. Mrs. Guy DeUsle entertained members of her bridge club Thursday at her home. Guests were Mrs. June Hausburg and Mrs. Margaret Casey, prizes went to Mrs. John Killlan and Mrs. Faherty PInkey. Honored on Birthday Relatives of Buck Warren gathered at liis home Sunday for a dinner In honor of his birthday. About 25 attended the affair. Thursday Club Entertained Mrs. O. B. Williams entertained the Thursday Bridge club in the home of Mrs. II. L. Fisher. Guests were Mrs. Ciene Recker. Mrs W W Howard, and Mrs. Ventrlss Johnson. Prizes were won by Mrs. Helen May and Mrs. Sam Avery. Entertain H'lth Barbecue Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Wilson entertained Saturday night with a barbecue supper at their home Guests were Mr. and Mrs. V P Ellis and family. Miss Betty Lamb of Hayti, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs Leo Klllian. Town and Country Club Meets Members of the Town and Country Club were entertained Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. c. A. Cacres. Card games were played. Wednesday Bridge Club Entertained Mrs. E. R. Largent was tiostess to tne Wednesday Bridge club. Honors were won by Mrs. T. A. Lee and Mrs. Edith Largent. Pemiscot County Club Aired Mrs. J. H. Workman was hostess to the Pemlscot County Town and Country Club last Thursday when she entertained with a bridge luncheon. Mrs. A. B. Rhodes and Mrs. J. W. Robbing won the prizes. Eight guests attended the affair. EnterUIni Guests Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Robinson had as their dinner guests Tuesday Mrs. J. M. Sides and Mrs. Bernlce Barrett of Sikeston and Mr. and Mrs John whitener of St. Louis. Merry Matrnns Club Entertains Mrs. Leo Killion. Miss Helen Mae SATURDAY, JULY 22, burlap bags. Mrs. Drnco read a selected Scripture alter which Mrs. O R Redford, led in prayer. Club president. Mrs. C M Abbott, presided over a business Cession followed by a social hour " Refreshments we.c served by the hosttwM after which the meeting was adjourned with Joint repeating )f the Club Collect CHURCH of CHRIST Main at Highway 6] Daily Radio Program KLCN 12:15 to 12:30 Weekly Sunday 3:30 to 9:00 A.M. BIBLE CLASSES FOR ALL Sunday 9:50 H F. SHARP SERMONS Morning: "The Highway of Holiness." C. D. Crouch of Manila will speak Sunday Night. Where Christ and Christians Meet CHURCH of CHRIST ere, AIR CONDITION Listen lo KLCN M !«:!( I.H^ »nd 4:0fl p.m. Oailj for nur pro(ram announcement!. 801 Office Opena »( l : « Show SlirU Z:0fl p.m. Conlinuom Showing Ev«rjd»j Saturday Serial: Pony Express No. 13 and Short Subject Continuous Showing Saturday 12:30 to 11:30 It's Silly Sidney- By Sue Burnett A bold candy striped fabric ton- pea with bripht contrasting yoke makes this as pretty a school circss as you'll see lor young girls it's so simple to sew with "draws!ri.i K s nt the n-aist and slcevos Fattcrn No. 8554 is a sew-rilc perforated pattern in sizes 4 6 8. 10 and 12 years. Size 6 dress' 2'1 yards of 36 or 39-inch '». yard contrast. For this pattern, send 25 cents In COINS, your name, address size desired and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News 530 South Wells Street. Chicago 7 Don't mts the latest Issue of KASMION'-Jiist off the pressl This >all and Winter catalog is planned I" Rufde you smoothly In sewing *m»rl. wearable fall clothes Free pattern printed Inside the book. 25 cents. f° spend so many, many dollars from that "slush fund" your iecrctary-"treasurcr" boasted about to newsmen last November, on your lost cause, when all good Democrat sar. a ride on the BEN LANEY BANDWAGON! They certainly <| on '( i n [ enr j )o 1)e (aken for another ride on the McAlath KON» Wagon! NO ENDORSEMENT TERM •for (he "promising" candidate! but a Smashing Victory for the people and BEN LANEY ^GOVERNOR — Pat. Adv. Paid for by Aunil Tuytor Sunday & Monday 'The Outriders' with Joel MrCrc. .nd Arltnc Dahl I'.rarnounl >,>„ A . Selects Khorls Cont. Showing Sun. 1:15 | o U-IH, GEM "AIR COOLED" Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Saturday TIM Serial: "Invisible Monster" N». and Shhnrt Cont. Shnwinr 12:39-1];}* Sunday & Monday UNDER MY SKIN Cont. Showing Clarahan. Mrs. Hubert Mllem and Mrs. Lena Kiley won honors Friday when Mrs. Ben Segal entertained the Merry Matrons Bridge Club Mrs. Nell Smalley and Mrs Kilcy were guests. Tuesday Aflernoon Bridge Club Mrcl] Mrs. Roy Moore entertained the Tuesday Bridge 'Club and one guest Mrs. Lester Woods, at her home' Mrs. Claude Foster, Mrs. Jack Warren and Mrs. Melvin Mydland won he prizes. Bridge Club Entertained Mrs. Hubert Milum was hostess to he Tuesday Bridge club and two guests. Miss Helen Mae Clarahan and Mrs. Paul Stryker. Honors were won by Mrs. Bernard DeLisle and rs. Nell Smalley. Prayer Circle To Be Formed Plans for • Prayer Circle to b held each Wednesday afternoon a 3 p.m. were made yesterday at (h meeting of the Ladles Bible das of the First Methodist Church Mrs Ed. Hardln, Mrs. J. G. Sudbury am Mrs. Sally Hubler were hoslcsse la the 25 attending the meeting a the Hardin home. Mrs. Ramse) Duncan of Troy, Tenn,, housegues of Mrs. Belle Wood, Mrs M A Price of East Prarie, Mo,, housegues of h»r daughter, Mrs, John Walden Mrs. Essie Scruggs and Mrs B G Gay were gucsU of the class Mrs. John Foster presenter! » devotional on "Prayer" after whlcl plans for the Prayer circle each week were made. Mrs. O. N. Hawkins will be hostess Wednesday afternoon at her home for the Initi! Circle meeting. Mrs. Hawkins presided over the business session during which n]alls for the month's work were made and reports of class officers given I" j he snci! " ' ™r following, the birthday of Mrs. Walden was observed by the class. Games were played after which the. hostesses served frosted drinks and cookies Bowls of cut flowers were set about the rooms of the Hardln home. Woman in the Zoo CHICAGO m-Mrs. ..Afary Bol- cyn. S3, got a late start in a new career, but she is moving urcttv last. She went to woilc aftle Broofcfield zoo last year behind a refreshment stand. This year she has charge of 40 small animals. Slie is the only woman keeper at the 200 and. so far as her bosses know the^only one In any zoo ,„ th< ; Garden Club Will Stage Benefit Event for Clinic The Blytheville Garden ,Club will sponsor a benefit bridge-canast» party a t the Woman's Club. Thursday, August 10, with proceeds from the event to go the Kiwanis Club's drive to finance the out-pat*nt polio clinic. 9=> Mrs. J. c. Droke Is In charge *o( ticket sales for the event, which it scheduled to begin at 8 p.m. There will be a prize presented at every table. During the affair refreshments will be served. At The Hospitals, Blyfheville Hospital Slsmlssed: Margaret Collins, cooler. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. c. B. Kettiner. City. David nhoadcs, Haytl. Mrs. Leonard Cockrell and baby Rt. a, Mrs. Lola Dickson and baby, juxora. Mrs. J. E. Sullins. Luxora. Mrs. Cooper Jones and babv >lrele. Mrs. w. Leon Smith, City. Mrs. J. B. Clark and baby, Lux- >ra. Mrs. James Kelly, City. Hatreds To Be Studied MELBOURNE —UT> The psych- logy department of Melbourne Kfc versity is trying to find out d?j. eople of different nations dislike ach other, it is conducting re- earches .sponsored by the United Tations Educational {scientific and ultural Organization Into psychol- 'gical causes of International tenon. Melbourne psychologists already ave made a study of the attitude Australians to Immigrants. Hen Didn't Lay Gold Eggs MELBOURNE (/PI— A Melbourne hen might have laid a goltien egg—if it hadn't been dead. This very dead gold-bearing hen showed up in a delicatessen shop. When it was cleaned, 50 pieces of gold-bearing quartz, each the sire of half a iica. were found in its inside. Now the question is: Where riirt the hen come from? Nobody knows. It was one of a number bought at a city fowl auction. The auctioneer sells fowl from all over victoria. IT IS UNETHTICAL FOR US NO! 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