The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 20, 1948 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 20, 1948
Page 4
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FACT FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.J OOUKTER NEWS octe ewA Phone 4461 Miss Swank Is Engaged To Robert A, Berryman 'Mia« Koel'Blen Swank, daughter of tin. Noel r, Swank and the late Mr. • a»*ak of St. Louis, made known her engagement to Robert Armlne Serrymin, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Berryman of Blytheville. when her mother entertained with * luncheon Saturday, April n, at the Candlelight House In St. Loul.i. Sixteen ruest* attended the af/alr. They will be married In a double ceremony to be solemnlced at the Kchhett Baptist Church, Saturday,'June 5, al 4 o'clock, al which time Mis* Swank's sister, Mlsa Carol Swank will become the brld! of John Jacob Miller nl Kenn^tt. Miss Swank Is a graduate of Normandy High School and is now in her senior year at the Washington University school of Nursing from which «he will graduate in June. Mr. Berryman was graduated from Blytheville High School and served three years in the Navy, nf- . t«r which he attended Hendrix College, Conway. He (s now a student at"the Gradwohl School of Medical Technology and X-ray Tojhnicuie in St. Louis, where he will graduate In October. . . 1 Mrs. Berryman and Miss Thcltna Redman of Kcnnett, an aunt of the bririe-elect, attended ihe luncheon. Circle Meetings Held By Methodist W. S. C. S. The Women's Society of Christian Service of the First. Methodist Church met ,ln circle groups yesterday. Circle one met at the home of M«- L E. Old with 13 members and one giiest. Mrs. T. J. Bailey attend- inj. Ms. Alfred Williams gave the devotional and .the study was taught by Mrs. John Miles Miller, 1 Mrs. C. A. Cunningham was host- es» at her home to 10 members of Circle Two. Mrs. E. B ee conducted the study. Circle Three met at the home of M«. L. E "Baker with 14 members attending. Mrs. W. I. Denton gave the devotional and Mrs. Baker conducted the study. Mrs. .Allen D. Stewart was hostess at her home to IS members of Circle Four and four guests, Mrs. Sanford Bonncr, Mr». George Pyles, Mrs. W. W Alkenhead of Little Rock and Mrs, D. r. Wilson of Momence, 111., attending. Mrs. W. L.Horner gave the devotional and Mrs. H. W. Wylie gsve the study. • Circle Five met at the home of Mrs. Fred Fleeman with Mrs O. A Hamilton as co-hostess. Sixteen members and two guest*, Mrs. Drain; and Mrs stegall attended, Mrs, H. N. Whltis gave, the devotional and the study was led by Mrs. R, B. Stout. I Mrs. Paul Jobe was hostess at her Borne to members of Circle Six with eitW members attending. Mrs John Caudlll.gave the study. Refreshments were served >t «ach meeting. , .. ' Royal Service Program Held By Baptist W. M. U. A Royal Service Program was he|d yesterday by"the Women's Mis- dojiary Union of the First nnpllst Church at 3:30 p. m. at the church. - Mrs., Jim Crafton was leader of th(' program on the subject' of Engagement Is Announced Bits of News , , was given by Mrs. Alvin Huffman Jr.. and Mn. Alvln Huffman Sr. spoke on "Compassion." Mrs. H. H. Brooks told of "World The engagement of Miss Noel Ellen Swank, daughter of M r s. Noel E. Swank and the late Mr, Swank of St. Louis, to Robert Armine Berryman, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. A, Bcrry- mnn was announced at a hinclieoii Riven Saturday, April 17, in St. Louis. Women's Auxiliary Has Executive Board Meeting An Executive Board meeting and covered dish luncheon was held by the Women's Auxiliary of the First Christian Church yesterday at the home of Mrs. Rupert Crafton. Mrs. Crafton presided over the business meeting which followed the luncheon anrt the devotional was given b Mrs. B, M. Terry Sr. The devotional was closed with prayer by Mrs. Lester D. Strubhar. At this meelliiK, plans were made to send Mrs. Crafton to the Stale Convention In Fayettevllle, which will begin Sunday, April 25. The meeting was closed with the missionary benediction. Worker's Conference Held At First Christian Church Beta Chi Class Meets For Regular Program Mrs. Vernon Thomasson and Mr«. William Young were hostesses last nlghl lo members of Ihe Beta Chi Class ot Ihe Prc.ibylw!,in Church In the social rooms of the church, There were IB members present. During the business meeting, Mrs. n. W- Nichols was elected as president to serve for the new year. Mrs. J. B. Fisher was elected secretary and treasurer. Following the meeting, refreshments were server! by the hostesses At The Hospitals Rlj-lhevllle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Clam Mae Palmer, city. Jean Mllhorn, city. Walli Hojpllal Dismissed: - ' ' Mrs. Imogens Osnuron and babv. city. Mrs, dene Horeycutt, Rte. 3, city. Mn. Lawrence Harden. Hayti, Mn. Mr.s. Deen Brantley, Caruthersville, Mo. Mrs. Alice Tatr. Burdetle. Mrs. Emily Damon, city. A Worker's Conference of Ihe First Christian Church was held last night >t the church and gave unamlous approval to the new college age class which is being organized. Also definite plans for the Dally Vacation Bible School which Is to begin May 31 mid continue through June 11 were made. The following teachers hnfe volunteered their ser ,. ,. ~ ~ vices In the school, Mrs. Sam Hen- Mri. Whitney Hottest ley, Mrs. Ben Hsrpole, Mrs. Eric ,~ ~ Whltley, Mrs J. Cecil Lowe, Mss. I House Harp, Mrs. James Terry, Mrs J. P. Gnrrntt and Ihe Rev. Lester D. Struhhur. others will be contacted later. George W. Barhurn has volunteered to be teacher of the new class which will be for college nge men and women either single or married. The conference also approved the Sunday evening services which Iwll begin this Sunday night at 6:30 p m. , Demonstrotion Club Coming Events Social Caltndar Wednesday Maple Grove Cemetery Association will meet at 2:JO at the home of Mr*, Frank Webb. Beta Lambda Club being enter- TUESDAY, 'APRIL », 1MI Mn. Houston it Hosteit To Dell Baptitt W.M.U. Mn. Doyle Houston wu ho.t«« at her home last nl«ht to member, "' "•• Women'a Mlwionary Union "•"- -' th. Dell Sapti.t runr»m on me siiujeci of n , 5h»u Have Life." The dcvo- I resbvlenan Auxiliary mi*c <*U,« n K., HT-.. .,..j» ._ J »u^»i^ las Meeting At Church The Women's Auxiliary of the ^4F£gl$£%£\y°°*l "«WMn«h h ^hMmJS: Thr next meeting nf the Black- wnter home Dcmoslriuion Club will meet at the home of Mrs. L. V Wnddell Tuesday. April 13, Mrs. R. O. Whitney entertained 20 members April 13 at her home. M.v Frank Isaacs presided during Ihe business session. nl which time plans were marte tn beautifv the mall boxes a art highways lii the comtmmlty. Devotional wns given .by Mrs Whitney and sneakers on'- Ihe pro- Bam were Mrs. Charles Caery Mrs Leonard Phillips nnd Miss Gcr- Irurtc Bond, home dcmonstrntion agent. -—^" A. White and Mrs Dick While will return l*i»y from Marlannn, Ark., where they spent a brief visit with ihe latter'* parts. Mr. and Mrs. c. E. Dascelt, Mr and Mrs. Dick White are now making their home at 1034 West Walnut. Mr. and Mrs. George Wilson of Chicago, III., were the weekend guests of his sister. Mrs. B. E. Busny and Mr. and Mrs. Boyce Moore and family. Condition of Mrs. Ernest L. Woods, who underwent a major operation at St. Bernards' Hospital in Jonesboro last week, U Improved. Mr. Woods, who has been with her for the past week r-- lurned home Sunday night Miss Jean Sarber !e/l vpslerda.v for Memphis where she will visit with her brother, Lloyd Sarber. Mr.s. Sarber and family for .severr.1 days. Miss Sarber and her niece, Frances Sarber attended the Beelh- oven Concerl. at the Memphis College of Music last night. Miss Maurene Hawkins, Miss Wiuircne Hawkins and Mrs, Odie Yarbo six-lit the weekend In Jonesboro, where they visited with friends Condition of Walter Webster, who suffered a stroke Sunday night at his home, Is much Improved. Lieut, and Mrs. Delmar J. Ash- buny at Washington. D. C.. are the parents of «. daughter bom April 15 at Walter Reed Hospital there- She has been named Mandel Louise. Lieutenant Ashbuny received his, wings and commission al the Blytheville Air Base In 19«. He was an Inslnictor here for a year, during which time Mrs. Ashbuny was a teacher at the Linge School. Miss Mary Van Sneert spent the weekend In Jonesboro where she visited with friends. Mrs. George Favatl anrt daughter. Ruth, of El Paso, Texas, are the guests of her parents. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Sallba and family. Mrs. Favall and daughter flew from El Paso to Memphis, where they were met by Mrs. Saltba and daughter, Mite Alice Sallba Mrs. J. B. McCord of Memphis, formerly of Blytheville, spent yesterday here with Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Burns. Mrs, McCord was re- tnrnlnfr to Memphis after having spent the weekend In Porlngeville, Mo., with her husband, who Is employed there. S. B. Robinson, Mrs. Charles Layton Bates and Mis* Martha Clair Bates all of Liberty, Miss., and W. L. Robinson ot Cleveland. Miss., p.rri" ed today to attend Ihe wedding of Miss Catnllle Robinson and John Wiley Jones, which will be solemn- ized'Friday at the First Baptist Church. Wade Lee wa» admitted to the Walls Hospital this morning, where ne will undergo an emergency appendectomy. Mrs. John Fields went lo Memphis yesterday to be with her mother. Mrs. Malcom Vondcrau of Helena, whn underwent a second operation today at the Baptist Efospital. Mrs. Hunt Is Hottest To the Ladies Auxiliary OSCEOLA, Ark.. April 20—Mrs. ! W. E. Hunt was hostess: yesterday whan she entertained members of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Calvary Episcopal Church al her homo Mrs. Hunt, president, presided during a brief business meeting. The lesson on "The Life of Christ" wns taught by Mrs. G. V. Horn. Devotional was given by Mrs. Harry Miller. A social hour folloivet) the meeting. Pollard. --.- .. v ». u WM lnv nue 01 •alon Bunco club being enter- H? e *»oject chosen for the program. . j _ i ii. _ <_ . ." „ .1 Tnnt« vibiM •.. u i i_i i^j ,. 9 tawed at the home of Mrs. Fred Davis. Town and Country club members meeting »t the home of Mr.i G. <3. Csudlll, B. H. i. M. Club bcln? ciHer- latned at Ihe home of Mrs. Paul Chambers. Senior c. V. J». of First Christian church having "Old Fashioned Box Slipper" In the church al 6:30 p.m. Civic Calendar Klwanls Club—12:10 p.m Central PTA Executive Board— 2:30 p.m. followed by PTA—3:UO p.m, Girl Scout Lone Troon— 8:00 p.m. Thursday Rotary club—12:10 p.m. Oseeola C vents Wrrlnt«la.v P. E. O. Sisterhood Chapter O, meeting it (he home of Mrs. Charlej Coleman at 2:CO p.m, Thursday *-H Club Calf Show al the Court, Home at' 2:00 p.m. Klwanis Club meeuiig at lite otram. Tnos « who participated on It were Mrs. Paul Gillian, Mrs Dave Keltner, and Mrs. Bertha Gill. The ctoslnf prayer wan »ken by Mi« Plans were mad* at this meeting lor the installation of officers which *lll take place Sunday nirht at the church. The meeting was dismissed pastor" 51 " th " **"' R ' *' J ° n " Refreshments were served by the hostess. zrarle school at 7:00 p.m. rri<U T W M ley»n Guild of the First Methodist Church meeting *t the home of Miss Vivian Ucilrlock with Mis* Melon Martin u co-hostew Shows Every Day Box Office' Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 1:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m Tuesda Wednesday Box Office Opens «:30 Show 8Urt« B;« Opens Sunday 1:00; Sluts 1:15 Contlnuoui Shnwi Sat. & .Sun. Bargain Sijhl Every Nielit Except Saturday No pa»» honored on Sunday al Ro*j Theatre Tuesday and Wednesday DOUBLfc FEATURE i UNIVERSAL-INTERNATIONAL PICTURE Sclecler! Short* Continuous Showing l- with the reading of the poem. -To All Humanity/' by Mrs. crafton. Mrs. Ray Whittinglon Is Hostess To G. E. 0. Club Mrs. Ray Whitlinton was hostess last night when she entertained members of the G. E. O. Club al her home: Durm glLe bridge games playeil Miss Jetiye Huffman won high score and Miss Dorothy Jean Hie- ginson bridge. Vases of mixed Sprint; flowere were arranged throughout the home. The hostess served a sandwich plalejrith iced drinks. f Medkd Test Proved Thb N «rwt it Refer* MONTHLY FEMALE PAINS *»» JOB trouble] l „, nert-ouj, b-.'n"s— .t »uch tlmesi jetrj: LjTila E. Plnkhim'. V««e te»t this '•08- Mrs. Monroe Crnin \vn.i in charge of the progrnm on the subject of "The Christian Home In a Chniig- iUB World." she was ussistcd by Mrs, J. F. Law.son. Marriage Licenses The following couples oblninrrt a marriage Hermes yesterday in (lie office of Miss Elizabeth Blylhe county clerk. Orvnl T. Oliver and Mrs. Beniell Webster, of Manila. James E. Fleemau and Miss Lor- Ine Staples (if Manila. Don't Forget the Big BINGO PARTY Wednesday, April 21, 8:30 p.m. AMERICAN LEGION HUT Prizes Valued Not Less Than $5 All Proceeds \yi|| (;„ for nnijdinjr School in Hlyllieville Sponsored by the Ladies of the Catholic Church • You Arc Cordic/ly JJ • Invited to Visit | | The \ I Accessory Shop I ' j Feminine Apparel J M«be! Hogsn Jessie Srlte i Hotel Noble BWg. I Blylhevilk, Ark. AT KIRBY'S THIS WEEK Save - Save - Save - Save Fitch Spring Offer Genuine Knickerbocker jhower spray. Rtg, $2 Value. Fitch Dandruff R,. mover Shampoo, Reg. 75c value. Both for $1.19 Suave Hair Dressing . . S0e8,$1.00 Breck Shampoo ^Q £ Rou* Eyebrow and Lash Dye $3 00 Breck Baby Scrs ' Brtck Comp. Scolp Treatment Handy Hanna Hair Dryer $9.95 Shower Cap» Hudnut Home Permanent. Ton! Deluxe Home Wave $2.75 $2.00 In Stock for Summer Polaroid. Sim G hisses, Flight Line Sun Glasses. I'icnic JURS, Thermos Rollles, Paper Plales, Cups. Napkins, Electric Funs ^™SZ£lt^™^> lhCn hHng yom '"-^--iplinns lo «. 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