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PAGE FOUR BL-TTREVTLLE (AUK.) COURIER NFWS Jane Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Julia Ashford Svvinlc To Wed In Early Fall Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ceoil Swink of Blytheville today made known (he engagement and approaching marriage of tlielr daughter, Julia Ashford, to Lunsford Culver Brnr.t- ley, Jr. Mr. Brantley is the. son of Mr. and Mrs. Lunsford Culver Brantley of Springfield, Tenn. Miss S\vink Is the granddaughter of Mrs. W. T. Swink and the late Dr. W. T. Swujk of Memphis and also L. H. Tale of Bartley, Tenn. The bride elect was graduated from Blytheville High School where she was >i participant in extra cur- rlcular activities. She attended Lambuth College, Jackson. Tenn., and was a member of Omega Lamoda Epsilon sorority. She was lir.st jimner up for MJSS Blytheville of 1950. Mr. Brantley is a graduate ot the Springfield High School and is attending Union University, Jackson, where he will be graduated in August. He is a member of Alpha Tau Omega fraternity. Following hi-5 graduation, Mr. Brantley will be associated with the General Shoe Corporation in Nashville. Plans for the early fall ceremony will be revealed at a later date. Pre-Nuplial Events Begin For Rosemary Johnston Beginning the whirl of prenuptial events planned in compliment to Miss Rosemary Johnston, bride-elect of James McLemore Williams, Jr., of Blylhevllle, was the reception last evening at the First . Methodist Church. Mr. and Mrs. J. Wilson Henry entertained with the affair immediately, following the choir rehearsal. Pastel "shaded flowers sot among greenery were placed around the reception rooms of the church. As each guest entered they autographed a bride's book, which was mounted with a miniature bridal study of a bride doll, whose features and coloring were in compliment to Miss Johnston's. A large doll gowned In a bridal costume, complete with tiny wispy lace trim over white satin, a veil and holding a bouquet of dainty blssoms, centered the serving table. The face of the bride dol! was an actual photograph of the bride- elect. Loops of greenery flunked the study. Receiving the 70 guests as they entered, were Mrs. Henry. Miss Johnston, Mr. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Johnston, parents of tile bride-to-be, and Mr. nnd Mrs. J. M. Williams, parents ot Mr. Williams. Miss Johnston wore for the occasion & trousseau model of navy and white linen, featuring a bolero Jacket.-'Red trim completed the costume. She was presented an arrangement of gardenias and roses from her host and hostess. A gift In her selected sterling pattern was presented Miss John-' ston by the choir. -A musical program was presented by Mrs. Ralph Berryman during the evening. A special feature was a program by a men's quartet corn-posed of R. C. Allen, C. G. Redman, Jr., Harry Farr and Jim Henry. Assisting at the refreshment table dnrlng the evening was Mrs. O. A. Nelson and Mrs. Ruth Camp- —Photo lij Cullison TO WEI) TKNNESSKAN-MIss Julia Ashford Swink is betrothed to Lunsford Culver Brantley, Jr.. of Springfield, Tenn. Miss Swink is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cecil Swink of Blythefill. NEAT TWO PIECER Variety Club Is Name Selected by Couples Variety Club is the name selected by the group of young married couples, who met recently to form Blytheville's newest club. The formal name for the club, which will meet each month for a social Junction, was selected last night, M a soclal-busines meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Euljanks. Guests meeting with the club were Mr. HIM! Mrs. Freeman Dorris and Mr. and Mrs. Summers Moore. Summer Mowers decorated the room in which the club and guests were scaled for the evening ot playing canasta. Following the games, a business session was held during which the club name was selected. Mrs. Berry Allen was named to serve as treasurer. The motion was adopted that the hostess [or eacll meeting act as honorary president. Party foods and Iced drinks were served buffet from the refreshment table, which was overlaid with a lace cloth and topped with a console set arranged in a winding design and holding clusters of flowers. The club will meet next month. JOT a barbecue and dance. -—--. High Two Club Meets; Mrs. Stcadman Wins First Mrs. Fred Stcadman won high score and Mrs. W. H. Hutson second high last night at the bi-monthly dessert bridge meeting of the High Two Club. Mrs. Kutson was hostess at her home to the club and two guests, Mrs. Fred Sandifcr of Norman, Ofcla., and Mrs. Elton Poster. Assorted summer flowers composed the floral decorations of the Hutson home. Mrs. Owens Entertains With Dessert Bridge . Mrs S. C. Owens entertained Club Eight yesterday afternoon nt her home on Kentucky for the weekly bridge meeting. Gladioli and dahlias arranged in bell. Those assisting were Mrs. Alex Shelby Miss Lillian Shaver Mrs Roy Bag'.cy. Mrs. O. E Knudsen' Misses Jackie Estlcs. Jan Dickinson. Patsy Pope. Aimetln Humphreys, Mclbn Pryor and Euln Smith. Mrs Noah Miles Hostess to WMU Mrs. Noah Miles wa5 hostcsj Monday night at her home to members of the Dell WMU, who met for a business session. Mrs. C. A. Smith conducted the meeting which was opened 'with group singing followed by prayers led by Mrs. A. E. Calriwell and Mrs W. L. Biren. A devotional was given by Mrs. M. R. Griffin followed by the business session during which plans were discussed for the district WMU meeting to be held Friday In Dell Mrs. Beulnh Whaley adjourned Huffman Baptists Plan Revival Evangelist Curtis Baughan of Memphis will begin a series of revival meetings at the Huffman Baptist Church, July 30, it was announced today. - Services for the ten-day revival will be held each evening at 1:30 p.m. The Rev. Mr. Baughan Is a graduate of Southwestern Seminary at Fort Worth, Tex. Song services will be under the direction of the Rev. Davtd McPeake, pastor of the church. 20th Century Club To Be Honored The 20th Century Club will be complimented tonight with a swimming party and- welner roast at the Atr Base swimming pool. In the event of rain a party will be given in the Cedars Club. Hosts and hostesses will be Mr and Mrs. Jack Hale, Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Boone, Mr. and Mrs. T H. Caraway, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Freeman, and Mr. and Mrs. James L. Brooks. low bowls were set about the home for the occasion. High score In the bridge game was won by Mrs. R. c. Allen.' with second high being won by Mrs. Charles C. Langston. Mrs. H G Partlow won bridge. A dessert course was served by th» hostess during the afternoon. Bits of (slews W. A. Affllcky Jr.. has returned from Columbia Military Academy Columbia, Term., where he had attended the first five weeks session of the summer term. Mrs. J. L. Ashcraft spent yesterday in Memphis. Mrs. P. J. McCarthey and Mrs C. M. Gerrald of Winston-Salcm N.C. left today for thetr homes after visiting here with Ihch daughter and sister, Mrs. Phillips Robinson and Mr. Robinson. Mr. and Mrs Robinson have also had as their guests for the past several days Mrs. Robinson's aunt, Mrs. J. "j Mitchell of Nashville, Term, and cousins. Misses Mary Ann Znmer of Louisville and Mary Margaret Driclmnire of Nashville. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Tucker arc spending several days In Memphis Mary Etta Meyer has returned to her home In Little Rock nffer a ten day visit here as guests of Mr and Mrs. H. H. Watson. Marv E*^ was flown to and rrom Blvlhevllli> r ' Charl " Meycr ° f Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dcnton have returned from H-rnbeak Tenn wl'iM-e they vacationed for two weeks. Mrs. A. R. oisen f s imder<roln K Ircatment and observation at Barnes HosDilal In St. Louis. Mr and Mrp. T. I. Scay and daughter. Ann, have returned from Norfork Lake, where they spent a week at Ihetr cabin. Ann had been vifitlng In Hardy a.s guest of her sister. Mrs. Randnll Hawks and Mr Hawks. Mr. anrt Mrs. Hawks are pmovw.'. 1 "" 1 ™' months !U Mrs. Brooks Grimme. Jr and 5 ° n ' °fy. Mrs. Brcoks Grimme far and Mrs. Ft. L. Johnson have returned to Memphis after visiting here as guests of Mrs. Grimme Jr * mother. Mrs. Mary Lou Taylor arid' sisters. Mrs. Lynn Dooley and Mrs Mary Ethel Simmons. Mrs. Paul Lloyd and son. Jimmy. will return In a week from Jacksonville. Miss., where they are visiting with relatives Connie and Cathy Hendrickson of Chester. Pa., are spending the slimmer months here as guests of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs Mary Margaret Perry returned yesterday from Tucson. Aria., where she had snent a week with relatives and friends. Mrs J. M. Fitzmorris of Tyler Mo and Mrs. Noble Caoehart of Holland were the Wednesday guests dUht e ™ d Mrs - A - u perr - v •"* Mr. and Mrs. William Kalzen- berger and sons have returned to .heir home after a week's vacation In St. Louis and Chicago. N in wewbern. Tenn. Mr.- Brynnl I Join her there for the'weekend prior to their return on Monday Miss Geneva Johnson of Greenway Is the houseg\icst of her uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. George Harrington and also Mrs. C. R. Dewilt Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Garrigan and daughter. Miss Gay Garrigan. and Mrs. B. F. Gay returned last night from Dallas, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. O.ir- rlgan and Mrs. Gay were joined In Dallas by Miss Garrigan for several days visit before returning to Blytheville. Miss Garrigan had served as a Junior counselor at Camp Rr>- tnry. Mineral Wells, Tex., for the past six weeks. Mrs Bob Grimes left today for her home In Lexington, S.c, after a month's visit here with friends Mrs. Anne Smith and daughter Miss Mary Ann Smith 'and s«n Freddie Smith, are visiting In Hillsboro, O., with relatives Mr. and Mrs. J, c as their guests, Mrs. Eubanks' brother. Sam Hockelt and Mrs. llock- ett ol Corpus Christ). Tex. Mr. Hock- THUMPAT, JULY tT, ="=^— •Hasan a>,i MI H •^•^••i m ^ ^&ft VOUTH CAKAVAN—Above is the Methodist Youth Caravan which will direct Caravan Week at the First Methodist Church, July 29- Aug. 4. From left to right are Miss Rose Marie Blackstrom, MeLain, Mississippi; Mlfs Marie Lewis, Anton, Texas; Miss Vicla Callahan, Clover Bond, Arkansas; Miss Doris Marte Bennett, Fort Worth, Texas; and Mr. Kent Garrison. Ilutchinson, Kansas. Sunday Is Methodist Youth Day, Marks Start of Caravan Week Caravan Week, six days of wor- Dell, Yarbro and Promised Land ship study, and recreation under and l'":lr adult leaders will partici- thc Joint sponsorship of the Meth- pate in Caravan Week odlst Voulh Fellowship and a visit- ' _ ing Mcthrdist Youih Caravan will n /— , be held July 29 - Aug. 4 at pir s t rrayer Circle Methodist Church, according lo i , i • i i Mies Rlfr- n*m«.,t *,l,, n ~n 1 - j JQJQC AApAtjO/n as- Miss Sue Osrnent, cduc- sfstiinl to the minister. The Methodist Youth Caravan «'HI arrive In ~" I--— -*..*i.Tn. icA. ivli. J1UCK- ett recently returned from Arabia They were joined at Hope by Mrs' Eubanks' brother - In - law. Ruby Long, for the BlythevMle visit Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smith of Pine Bluff announce the birth of a <on July 24 at Davis Memorial Hospital' The baby tins been named Loren Charles, Junior. Mrs. Smith Is the former Miss Patty Jean Skelton of Blytheville. Miss Florence Moore Is spcndinp several clays In Newbern Tenn u-jth relatives. Miss Moore has been visiting with friends in Jackson, ,MI« and Memphis. Earl Baker and Bruce Evans accompanied by Mr. Evan's brother Charles Evans of Memphis, left yesterday for Paducah. Ky.. where iifternoon. It consists ot Miss viola Callahan, Clover Bend, Ark., who will serve as the adult counselor- Mr. Kent Garrison of Hutchinson Kan.; Miss Marie Lewis of Anton,' Tex.: Miss Rc-se Marie Backstrom of .McLnln. Miss., and Miss Doris Mp.rie Bennett of Fort Worth, Tex. Sunday has been designated as Youth Day at the Pirst Methodist Church.-The Caravaners will be in charge of the worship services in the Youth Division at the Church School hour and also lhe evenlnr church service. The Caravan team will be presented to the congregation of the First Methodist Church at the morning service. Rev. George W. Martin, a ministerial student at Hendrix College, Conway, Ark., will deliver the message. Each afternoon, Sunday through Friday, Uie Caravaners will work with the Intermediates, ages 12, 13 H. from 2 to 4 o'clock. Sunday afternoon the senior young people, ages 15-23, will come at 0 for the evening program. Monday through Friday the seniors will come from •! to B p.m. The senior activities include a workshop period from 4 until 6:30. The evening program, C:30 to a, will include a 'fellowship Supper at the church, discussion and forum groups, rec- -eation,' and worship. Miss Callahan will lead : a discussion group for the adult workers with intermediates i:i the aft- .TIIOOII, and one for adult workers with seniors in the evening. The purpose of Caravan Week is to help strengthen and revital- the youth program of the local church and to give' 1 a clearer vi- iion of the Christian's responsibility in every phase ol life. Each nembcr of a Caravan works in all fields of youth work, but is especially trained in a specific field. The Caravan will interpret the youth work of the church to the Rotary Club of Blytheville, when t is the guest of that club at its unchcon meeting Tuesday noon The Methodist Youth Caravan •rogi-am is a project of Methodist .-oilth under the direction of the Hoard of Education of the Methodist Church started In J939. 7-he C. Eubanks have I lr °8i'am has trained and sent Caravans into nearly all parts of the United States and several foreign countries, in eleven years 3685 they will participate tin men t. n a golf tour- young people and adults ccrnpris- mg 771 Caravans have served. Every Cnravancr spends ten days of training at one of five Caravan training centers, which climaxes a period of several months study and preparation at home. The Caravan coming to Blytheville received its training at the Center in Abilene Texas. Blytheville First Methodist is the sixth of seven churches this Caravan will visit in lhe North Arkansas Conference of the Mcthodlst Church. Caravans visit locnl churches on invitation only. They serve without pay and go where they are sent. Young people from ail the churches in this subdistrict, which Includes Wilson. Osceola, Luxora, Wesley Memorial. 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Cook, Owner, The initial meeting of the Prayer Circle formed by the Ladies Bible Class of the First Methodist Church and open to members of all denominations, was held yesterday afternoon at. the home of Mrs. o N Hawkins. Eighteen attended the meeting which was highlighted with the talk. "The Necessity of Prayer for the War Situation," given by Mrs Alex Shelby. Thirteen Attend Study Meeting Thirteen members of the Lake Street WSCS met Tuesday night at the church for a lesson study meeting. y The Rev. George McGhchey, pastor, opened the meeting with prayer after which Mrs. w. L Green presided over the meeting in the absence of the president, Mrs. Billy King. A chapter from the study book Mission at the Grass Hoots" entitled, "Youth, What They Want and Need" was presented by the Rev. Mr. McOhehey. A chapter from the book, "In the Direction of Dreams" was given by Mrs. Don Ltitz after which Mrs C. I. Shamlin adjourned the meeting with prayer. Com inn Events Social Calendar Thursday Phebean Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church meets at the home of iMrs. Hubert Seymore 1059 Holly, at 7:30 p.m. CAP Cadet meeting at Hangar Four of Municipal Air Port at 7:30 p.m. Friday Box suiSper given by the Order of EbKSpSi" Rt the Shrin ° Lucky Rook club meets K-ith Mrs W. F. McCann. Mrs. O. O. Elkins hostess to C.B c Club, At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Parnlee Davis. Burdetle Mrs. Roy Lorren. Hornersville Mrs. Travis Deen and baby citv Bob Hardln. Dell. y ' Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Eugene Henson. city Dr. W. A. Taylor, city. Mrs. Richard Faught and baby. Rt. 1. Louise T;line. Rt. I. Bobby Martin. City. Mrs. John If. Lane and baby. Air ===^T^^*^K^BS^gg^gBBgg^gggii»^ Portageville News By Mrs. Raymond Toornb* !%••• tt» Youth Fellowship M«tini« Thirty-eight members of the Youth Fellowship of the Church of God met last we«k to hear a review of their Bible study given by Mrs. Ray Hall. A meeting was held Tuesday light In the home of Mr. »nd Mrs 3raz Esles. The Rev. T. E. Hague ave an examination on the "Condition of Salvation," after which Roy Hall spoke on atomic and hydrogen bombs. The next meeting will be Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Opal West. IT A Commute* Meetf Officers and committee members of the Parent-Teachers Association met in Mrs. Harvey Carter's home Friday to consider the purchase of dishes and glassware for the school lunchioorh to be opened this fall Attending were Mrs. Carter PTA president; Mrs. J. D. Stafford chairman of the Lunchroom Committee; Mrs. Ben Segal, PTA secretary; Mrs. Ray Moore, treasurer' and Mrs. Lee Pearson, member of the Program Committee. Rocary Club Meet« The Portageville Rotary club met Tuesday at Mae's Cafe with 18 members present. John Brown of New Madrid with the Cypress Land and Gin Co spoke on (he "Tn.secttcide Business of Today." He WHS introduced by John Bailey. ' Guests included Clyde Clark Boy Scout executive of Cape Girardeau and Sidney Duckworth of Slkeston! Carlcr Club Meets Mrs. Harold Butler was hostess to members of the Carter Home Economics Club Monday. Twenty-three members heard a talk oi> "Bangs Disease and Its Effect on Human Health," given by Mrs. Douglas Riddick. A joint meeting with' the Hayward Home Economics Club will be held Aug. 18 at the Hayward School. The next meeting of the Carter club will be held in the home of Mrs. Ethel Ellis with Mrs. Susie Estis as hostess. A lesson in upholstering will be taught by Mrs Butler and Mrs. Paul Downing District MYF Meets Assisted by the Rev. J.. R. Bui- llngton and Mrs. Latimer, councilor the Marsten Methodist Youth Fellowship was host to the District MYF meeting Monday. Dr. John L. Taylor, district superintendent of Methodist Churches, gave the opening prayer and introduced the speakers, the Rev Ivan Northdurst and the Rev. Harold Camp, missionaries to Peru. They spoke on their work in Pern and showed pictures of South America and the Catalina Islands The Rev. A. N. Holt of Chaffec district director, pronounced the benediction. Feted at Cradle Shower The dining room at the home of Mrs. Roy Moore was decorated as a nursery, Monday evening whe n Mrs. Moore nnd Mrs. Melvin Mydland gave a surprise cradle shower for Mrs. L. B. Painter. Games and contests were conducted during the evening with prizes of layette gifts turned over to the honoree. Democrats lo Sleet t A 7^ m ? CratiC » m " y wll[ >* hel <i !• '-JO p.m. tomorrow at Mae's lly * d ' nner W '" precede 'he Social Note. Mrs. L. B. Painter entertained members of the Merry Matrons Budge Club at her.home Friday Honors went to Mrs. Helen M/e Clarahan, Mrs. Bernard DeLlsle Mrs. W. c. Thompson and Mrs j H' Workman. Relatives surprised Robert SImer Sunday with a dinner In honor of his 53rd birthday. Sunday dinner-guests of Mr and r \,n? nrJF Fay Tanner were M'ss Jp Mills of Cape Girardeau and w and Mrs. Herbert Lee Rannet and Billy Tanner. Mrs. Melvin Mydlan was hostess to the Tuesday Bridge Club at her home Tuesday. Honors went to Mrs Jack Warren, Mrs. Lester Woods and Mrs. Jack Barnett. The drive at the Swift and Company oil Mill here was paved this week by the Atkinson-Wendle Construction Co. Mrs. Edith Largent and Mrs. Paul Stryker were guests Tuesday afternoon when Mrs. H. E. Patter- son entertained her bridge club Honors went to Mrs. T. c. Pinkler and Mrs, Edith Largent. . Mrs. S. L. LaFont and Mrs. Jani» Easterly honored Mrs. Paul Slry. ker of Richmond, Va. ; with a (oMft. away party Monday at the LapUt home. Canasta was played, Truman Odell Howard celebrated his sixth birthday Monday when hi* mother, Mrs. Ralph Howard, entertained with a party In his honor Games were played on the lawn and balloons were given as favon to the 16 young guests. Mrs. Mary Klmes of Conran celebrated her 91th birthday Sunday with a dinner at the horn* of her daughter. Mrs. Albert Adams of Portageville. Approximately 30 relatives attended the dinned. Mrs, Grover Meatt* entertained members of her bridge club and two guests, Mrs. E. R. Largent and Mrs. Maddy Richardson, Friday Honors went to Mrs, T. A, Lee and- Mrs. H. B. Patterson. Miss Jackie Bailey of Miami Beach, PJa., who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Forest DeLIsle, wu honored Friday evening »t a bunking party at the home of Miss Man Lynn Marr. Mrs. John Martin LeSleur entertained recently in honor of the first birthday of her daughter Jerry Sue. Balloons suspended from the ceiling as decorations wer» given the guests as favors. A birthday cake centered the refreshment table. flf, Mrs. Arlene Avery entertained members of the Thursday Bridge Club and two guests, Mrs. Qen« Pecker and Mrs. J. v. Johnson Honors went to Mrs. R. L. Fisher and Mrs. Sam Avery. Mr and Mrs. H. E. Patterson entertained members of the Town and Country club at their home Sunday evening. The group played cards during the evening. Mrs. L. P. Budenholzer. Sr. r entertained In honor of her sister Mrs Al Schmekle of St. Louts. 37th Anniversary Is Marked by Lovetts Mr. and Mrs. R. w. Lovett of Blythevllle are today celebrating their 37th wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Lovett are observing the day at home with the immediate members of thetr family and a few close friends. They are the parents of five children, Mrs. Claude Barr ot Beulah. Miss.,_ Mrs.- Homer Gant of Blytheville, Miss Annie-Lou Lovett of Blytheville, Mrs. Ralph Barr of Cleveland, Miss., and Mrs George Wteginton of Blytheville: .?>; Mr. and Mrs. Lovett have nwd* their home in Blytheville for A' past eight years at 329 S. Dlviswfi. Home Remodeling NEW YORK -(IP)- American families will have spent $835,000,000 •In one year for new front porches breakfast nooks and "second bathrooms" by the end of 1950. That outlay for structural additions and alterations to homes is estimated by the Tile Council of America. A report, .based on government surveys, shows that the most common structural additions are porches, garnges, extra rooms and bathrooms, in that order. Porches alon« account for 18 to 24 per cent ot such additions. New garages account for M to 19 per cent, and the addition of rooms for 13 to 17 per cent. Conversion of space Into baths or showers, and the addition of a bath as nn extra room, constitutes 8 to 10 per cent of structural changes. Listen to KLCN al 1 1 fit a.m. and 4:04 p.m. Daily for »iir pr*- Itrain announcements. Bo* Office Opens at 1:45 Show Starts Z:M p.m. Conlinuooi Showlnt Everyday Thursday & Friday y NOT JUST A COMEDY -IT'S A WOT! JUNEALLYSON DICK POWELL _ THE ........ — nEHMMER — ANDTHE REDHEAD Paramount News 4 Selected Short* GEM "AIR COOLED" Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Slarls 7:00 p.m. Thursday & Friday ~HpM Selected Short S«bjtc«

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