The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 25, 1948 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 25, 1948
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TOUR BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS I'hone 4461 Miss Smith Becomes Bride Of Arnold Marion Steward Miss Mary Evelyn Smith, daughter ol Mrs. Henry K. Smith mid the late Mr. Smith, became the bride of Arnold Marion Steward, '•on- of-Mrs. Nannie Mse Steward of Blytheville and Edwin Steward of Little Rock, in a ceremony solemnized at 0 o'clock last night In the study of the First Methodist Church. The Rev. Allen D. Stewart, pastor, performed the double ring ceremony in the presence of Intimate friends and relatives. .The bride wore a small suit fashioned of squa blue gabardine with grey accessories. Her costume was complemented with a white orchid corsage. Miss Norma Jean Roush served as maid of honor. She chose ft Irock of orchid crepe with black accessories, and pinned a corsage of yellow-roses at her shoulder. Billy Dunaway served Mr. Steward as best man. Mrs. Steward was graduated from Blytheville High School where she participated iirschool activities anrt is now employed by the Blytheville Willys Sates Co. ' Mr. Steward was graduated from Armorel High School and he is now attending Arkansas College, Balesville. The young couple will make their home at 109 West Cherry St. Preceding the ceremony, a reception was held at the home of the bride's mother. The dining room table was overlaid with a white linen cloth and centered with A three tiered wedding cake garlanded, with greenery and flanked by white tapers burning in crystal candelabra.' Entertaining rooms of the home held attractive Spring flowers. Mrs. Smith, mother of the bride, wore » pink frock with black accessories. She pinned a corsage of white gardenias at her shoulder. Mrs. Steward, mother of the bridegroom, chose for the occasion a navy blue crepe dress and a corsage of white gardenias. An out-of-town guest was Miss Mary Katherlnc Hccsc of Joncs- boro. Beta' Lambda Club Meels At Pbilip .George Home Mrs. Phlltn George nnd her daughter, Miss Eva George of Luxora, were hostesses last night when they entertnined members of Beta Lambda Club at their home at 8 o'clock. During, the business meeting, officers > for - the coming year were elected. Miss Eva George of Luxora was elected president; Miss Selma 8»Uba of Blytheville, vlce-presi- dent;-Mrs. O. A. George Jr., of L\ix- ora, secretary, and Mrs. Andrew Mo<e« of Blytheville, treasurer. Entertaining rooms of the home were attractively decorated with bouquets of mixed Spring flowers. The hostesses, assisted by Mrs. Mo»e; Sliman, served a dessert course. Wed In Evening Ceremony Mrs. Mnrion Arnold Steward was before her marriage 1 a sis night, !) o'clock at the Fust Methodist Church, M i st Mar y • ICveh 11 Smith, daughter of Mrs. If e n r y K Smith of HI.V' Uicville nnd the Into Mr. Smith arrangements' of . The meeting was dismissed by the out-going president, Mrs. Louis George of Osceola. Mrs. Bunch Is Honored • With Shower, Party Mr.s. Russell Bunch, who was before her receni marriage, 'Miss Bethel Kenley of Holland, was complimented last night when Miss Mary Alice Bunch and Miss- Katli- ryn Thompson were hostesses .wlt'n- T miscellaneous shower.-fund party at the home of the former. ' : The guest of honor WHS presented : lier pifts from the dining room table, which was covered with a lace cloth. Alter the presentation of gUI-s. the 30 guests spent the evening playing bunco. Prizes were won by Mr.s. Vcrnou McRay, bunco, Mrs. Ed -Bunch, high, and Mrs. Clyeto Bunch, low. V Entertaining rooms of the home were decorated with bouquets of mixed Spring (lowers and the bride's chair was mnrkcd witli a white satin bow. A dessert course with iced drinks was served by the hostesses. Mrs. Bunch wore a green gaber- dine suit with black accessories. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. J. W. AVidencr and Mrs. E. S. Workman of PorUgcviHc, Mo., and Mrs. Marlon Walller of Dnbuquc, Iowa. Rook Club Entertained At Paul Chambers Home Mrs. Paul chambers was hostess yesterday to members of the B.H.I.M. Club at her home on Soutl First St. In the rqok games. Mrs. George Sallba Jr. won high score nnd Mi's. Ixon Scherer, second high. Mixed Spring flowers and other decorations were used in the entertaining rooms of the home lo carry out the Easter theme. The hostess served a salad course with coffee. Alpha Delta Chapter Has Informal "Rush Party" An Informal "Rush Party" was liven yesterd«y, 3:00 p,m,, at the lome of Mrs. R. B. Purvis on West Main, by the Alpha Deli, chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority with 20 guests tttendlng. Guests were received >t the door )y Mrs. Gilbert De« Hammock, president, and Mrs. T. H. Curaway.l Brightly wrapped surprise gifts were arranged on Ihe coffee table from Which each guest selected a Klft. The game, "Know Your Nelgh- " was played so that everyone present' could become better acquainted. Following the games, Mrs. Hammock gave a history of the sorority. The dining Inble, from which refreshments were served, was covered with a lace cloth and centered with a striking arrangement of Jonquils and spirea in » low bowl, flunked by yellow tiper.s burning In silver holders. The assorted party foods added to the attractiveness of the table. Other Spring flowers were used in the entertaining rooms of the home. THURSDAY, MARCH ,26, 1948 . Mrs. Shamlin Hostess To Avalon Bunco Club Joint P. T. A. Meeting Held. By Lange, Central The Purer.l-Teacher Associations of Central and Lange Schools had a Joint meeting yesterday afternoon at Lange School. Mljs Mamie Adams, educational director of First Methodist Church, was guest speaker and chose lot her subject "Th» Church and the School", Students' of the fifth grade of Central School assisted by Mrs. Ralph Berrj'man, gave five musical selections. Following the program, the Lange P.T.A. held )t» annual election of officers with Mrs. Glenn Ladd being elected to .serve as president; Mrs. Harold Sudbury, first vice- president; Mrs, John Sparks, second vice-president, Mrs. J. LcRoy Huddleston, secretary and Mrs. R. B. Hays, treasurer. A tea followed the program and business meeting. • • « R«v. Kidd Conducts Study The Rev. Harvey T. Kldd, 'pastor of the First Presbyterian Church gav« the last In a series of Bible studies lust night at the church with 50 members attending. The Rev. Mr. Kidd talked on the "Appearances of Christ After the Resurrection" taken from the book of Matthew. Preceding the discussion a 'pot luck supper was served with Mrs. Bridge Luncheon Given By Mrs. Monroe Grain Mrs. Monroe Craln was hostess yesterday when she entertained tl Wednesday Bridge Club members I with a luncheon at her home on ' West Main. Liincheon'was served at the din- Ing table, which was covered with a white cloth and centered with a striking arrangement of lavender nnd pink hyacinths. Jonquils and oilier Spring flowers wore used In the entertaining rooms of the home. During the afternoon bridge games, Mrs. F. E.'Black won high score anrt Mrs. C. A. Cunningham, second high. Mrs. Human Entertains Club Members, Guests Mrs. Pmii.Human was hostess at her home yesterday to members of the Friendly Eight Club and three guests, Mrs. Tim Esles, Mrs. James Snow and Mrs. Kelly Jones. During the afternoon when bunco was playert, Mrs. Estes won bunco, Mrs. Clyde Eldrldge, high and Mrs. Snow, low. Entertaining rooms of 'the home held attractive arrangements ol ja- ponlca nnd Jonquils. ;The hostess served a salad plate willi iced drinks. . -i- : * Mrs. Raymond Shamlln was hostess yesterday when she entertained Avalon Bunco club members at hci 1 homc p In the games played, Mrs. Eddie Ford Jr. won bunco. Mrs. DeWItt VanCIevc. high score and Mrs. Haskell Blankenshlp, low score. we'e^econ.te/S ^onqu^and | S *W "^ Cwrt «* other Spring flowers. The hostess served a salad plate with punch. Ebb Spradlcy, assisted by the social activities committee, in charge. Caruthersville Students Mrs. McCutchcn Hostess ss 'To Bridge Club, Guest 1C I . O • > Mrs. O. W. McCutchcn was hostess yesterday when she entertained members of the Town and Country; Club and one guest, Mrs CARUTIIERSVILLE, Mo., March 25.—Members of the Freshman class took top honors in the play contest staged at the high school last week end, with Helen Jo Hlnchey and Billy Joe Claxton winning as the best actress and actor, and the Freshman play, "ElmeiV placing first In the contest as the best play Other members of were: Dorol cast of "El- l >y Churchill Special Program Is Held By Methodist W. S. C. S. "The Sacrificial Meal" was the subject chosen last night for the special service held by the Women's Society of Christian Service ol First MethodLU Church at the church. Mrs. Rouse Harp was organist and Mm Jane McAdams, soloist. The Introduction was given by Mrs, A. O. Hudson. Participating on .he program were Mrs. John Miles miller, Mrs, E. B. Gee, Mrs. L. 13. Old, Mrs. Harry N. Whitis, Mn. Hugh whitsltt, Mrs. William Wyatt, Mrs. R. B. Stout, Mrs. Harry W. Haiues, Mrs. L. E. Baiter, Mrs. H. O. Partlow, Mrs. W. L. Horner, Mrs. G. S. Atkinson, Miss Mamie Adams, Mrs. Toby Long, Mrs. J. W. Adams Jr., Mrs. W. A. Affllck, Mrs. ?aul Jobe, Mrs. J. E. Stevenson and Mrs. Jack Pinley Robinson. During the meeting, a special re- llel offering was taken for home and foreign missions. Mrs. Gill Is Hostess To Dell W. S. C. S. Mrs. Noble Gill was hostess at her home Tuesday afternoon to members of the Dell Women's Society of Christian Service. The meeting was opened by group singing, accompalncd at the piano by Mrs. Malcolm Griffin. Mrs. J. R. Gill gave the devotional and the ' worship service on tile subject of "The Little Gate To God", was under the direction of Mrs. L. M Moody. Mrs. Noble GUI gave the last two chapters of the mission study book "Great Prayers of tlie Bible". Mrs Mavis Settlemire. president was in charge of the business meeting and Mrs. Moody closed the meeting wi'.h prayer. The hostess served n (lessen course, assisted by Mrs. J. R. Gill. Entertaining rooms of the home held bouquets of Jonquils, begonias and snapdragons. In tlie bridge games Mrs. Borum won high score anrt Mrs. G. Q, Caudill, second high, : Bouquets of mixed Spring flowers used Ir\ the entertaining rooms of the home. Refreshments, were, served by the liostcss. Arkansdhs' Per Capita Income Shows Increase LITTLE ROCK, Ark., March 28. (UP)—The per capita income In Arkansas rose from an average of 4252 to J697 per person during th« six-year period ending in 1946 the Office of Domestic Commerce of the United States Department of Commerce said today. Even at the top figure, the department said, the per capita income in Arkansas was slightly more thnn one-hall the average income to the nntioiVs individuals. The report said the number of Arkansas .manufacturing employes increased by :•);>.1 per cent from •50,4CO, to .67,100, during the six-year iperiodj..while federal, state and ci'y •gpvernjfnent workers rose 29.1 per iccjit.from 40,500 to 52,300, • Betty Helm, Charles stephans. Jacqueline Watkins, Harold Young, and •lean Clnxton, director. The contest consisted of four one-act plays, presented by each of Mn. Mifhael Is Hostess To Demonstration Club Mrs. C. F. Michael was hostess to Dogwood Home Demonstration Club at their semi-monthly meeting at the Clubhouse yesterday afternoon. Eighteen members and one ne\v member, Mrs. Max Koonc'e attended. Mrs. Michael gave the .story of the Rcsurcctlon and Miss c Gertrude Bond, county Home Demonstration Agent talked on "Highway Beauli- flcatlon" and "Homfc Landscaping". She urged all members attending to plant dogwood and redwood trees. Mrs. J. T. Hipp gave a talk on "Uses of Home Freezers", and how to prepare foods, During the business meeting presided over by Mrs. Hipp president, it I was announced that two pie suppers will be held Mar. 30 and April 2, nclr?«>tnicnta were served by Ihe hostess. Communion Service Planned by Methodists In commemoration of the first Lord's Supper, the First Methodist Church will have special communion services tonight beginning at 7:30 p.m. at the church. It was announced today by the Rev. Allen D. Stewart, pastor. Following the service a meeting of the Official Board of the church will be held at 8:30 o'clock, he also said. . umiHt's quick ttlitf frtm HEADACHE! the high school classes. Honorable mention for the roles of best actress and actor went to Betty Jo Patterson and Dick Pow- fl\, for tlielr roles in "The Darkest Night," sophomore production. At The Hospitals . Blytticrillc Hospital Dismissed: Tom Potect. Luxora. Madge Vastblnder, city. \Valts Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. J. w. Martin, Manila. Mrs. Troy Woodring, city. Mrs. Ben Henderson, city. Mrs. Louise Robinson, Stecle. Make Easter A Joyous Occasion! Surprise each member of the family with an Easter Present from our brilliant array of Gills. GIFT SHOP Blytheville, Arkansas ISox Office Opens 0-.30 Show Starts 6:49 Opens SuniUy 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. & Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday No p:i^ses honored on Sunday at Koxy Thealro Thursday & Friday .-n, „.,/„ f . 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