The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 11, 1948 · Page 4
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roun Society * BLYTHEVILI.E (AKK.V COUIUEU NEWS Phone fwo B. H. S. Seniors Honored At, Dinner Tarty Recent Bride and Billy Bob Klliott "o v* ntmbcn of the senior Otm. *«* curt* of honor last B*ht wh«i Mn. «. ». Woodson and Mrs. W. IttzteB W)l)l»nw entertained with ft dinner p«rty at Mrs. William.' horn*. Sixteen at their Motor friendi •ttended the affair. Thf dinio» room UMe; «t which ttw dinner 'wu.ionred, buffet 'style, wu eomnd with » lace cloth and catered with an attractive arrangement of yellow ro«e» and daisies la « low crystal bowl. 'Mnner .partners were chosen oy matchlnc lUt* eapltols with the «UtM. G»m«* were played following the 1 dinner. , ' Bouquet* of roses, daisies and other Spring; flower* were arranged throughout the home for the occasion. • • • Program Meeting Is Held By Methodist W.' S. C. S. The Women's Society of Christian Service* of the Lake Street Methodist Church met yesterday at the home of Mrs. H. E. Lashot with Mrs. C. C. Thompson and Mrs. C. M. Baxter as co-tioslesses. There were 1« members present. Mrs. C. T. Shamlln was in charge of the program. She chose as her theme, "Women In Paths of Ser- rice." Others who participated on the program were Mrs. Don Liitz, Mrs. Billy King, Mrs. Allen VanWinkle, Mrs. George Shanks and Mrs. George Shelton. Prayers were given by Mrs. George Crews. Following the program, Mrs. George Stllwell president, presided during a brief business sesalon. - A dessert course was served after the business meeting. r Mrs. Dale Hanna was before her marriage May 2 at Hie Round Lake Churcii of Christ, Miss Dorothy Jean Barch, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs, John Barch of Double Bridges. Baptist Y. W. A. Meets With Miss Adaline Lee Miss Aduline Lee was hostess to members of the young Women's Church last night tt her home with seven members »nd two visitors, Mrs. Ebb Carson and Mrs James Lee attending. During the business meeting the new mission study book was decided on and It was also decided that MM. Kbb Oarsbn would have Ihe next meeting at her home Hurt teach the first chapter of the new BOOK. An member, attending- participated on the program on the title of •Out Of Th« Y. W. A. Window." Mrs. Canon gave a brief talk on *"' T. W. A. banquet which was held uwt week In Little Rock. Miss MlK Lewie dismissed the meeting with prayer. The hortew, assisted by her mother, Mr,, j. F. Lee.'and Mrs. James Lee aerred refreshments. . • * • Program Meeting Held At Methodist Church „*"• ?» r y » Whltis was in *** ? f the P«>«ram on the sub;, M women i n Paths of Serv- ;UJI „ Women's society ol irirfi._ =-, rvlce Ol the j^j '' ' Womeu's Cc>-ncil Meets In Homes For Program The Women's Council of the First Christian Church met in circle groups yesterday for their regular program. Topic of (he study course was, "How Our Bible Grew." Faith Group met In the nome of Mrs. R. M. Beck with 11 members present. Mrs. James Terry, president presided during the business session. Mrs. John Burnett reviewed the book, "Mow Come The Bible" by Edgar Goodspced and Mrs, George Barham gave the devotional entitled, "Mothers." Mrs. W. D. Cobb was In charge ol the study course, lifter which a gift was presented to Mrs. Terry by the members. Following the missionary benediction, refreshments were served. MM. Tom Martin was hostess to the Hope group at the home of Mrs. Rupert prnftou. There were eight members present. Mrs. Oree- nian Robinson gave the devotional and Mrs. Harpole \vns in charge of the study course and presided during I the business ucslon. Refreshments were served after tlie group repealed Ihe missionary benediction. The Love group met in the home of Mrs. Cecil Lowe with 15 members present. Devotional was given by Mrs. Lester D. Strubhar mid Mrs Lowe wns in charge of the shidy course. Mrs. C. A. Tanl, presided during a brief business meeting Mrs. C. G. Weeaman, Mrs. D E Logan ami Mrs. I. o. Westbroolc w_ere hbnored mothers at the meet- Ing and were'presented a gift The group WRS dismissed by repeating the missionary benediction. The hostess server! refreshments. Miss Jean Ann Milhorn Is Wed To Sergt. Beck The wedding of Miss Jean Ann Mllhorri daughter ol Mrs, Heniy Milhorn «nd the late Mr. Milhorn of Yarbro, to Sergeant Vernon Beck of McGhee, Arlc., was solemnized Sunday afternoon, 2 o'clock at the Ixune of Mr. and Mrs. Erneit French, cousins of the bride. The Rev. Ray McLester,' pastor of the Yarbro-Promlsed Land Methodist Chrch officiated In the presence of intimate friends and relatives of the couple. The large picture window banked with white pe- onlas and greenery formed the setting for th« wedding party. A program of nuptial music was presented by Mrs. Albert Hollingd- worth, vocalist, and Miss Alice Marie Kos«, pianist. The bride, given In marriage bv Mr. French, wore a white pique suit with a gold trim and whl'B accessories. She pinned an orchid rsane at her shoulder. Miss Ernestine French of Bly- thevillR served as maid of honor. She wore a navy blue frock with while accessories. A corsage of white carnations was pinned at her shoulder. Bam Williams of Blytheville. served Scrgt. Beck ss best man. Immediately following the ceremony a reception was held in the dining roam of Ihe home. A blue and white color scheme was carried oul, In the decorations. The bride's table, draped with a blue and white handmade lace cloth, was centered with an arrangement of while roses in a low crystal bowl and flanked by white tapers burning In crystal candelabra. At one end of the table was the thvce-tlered wedding cake topped wilh a miniature bride an:! groom. The punch bowl was decorated wllh white rose buds entwin- fd wilh greenery. Mrs. Clyde Gaines Jr., Mrs, Paul Abbott and Mr.?. J W. Purlle presided at the refresn- inent table. Following a short wedding trip. Mrs. Beck will return to Blytlicvillo to .make her home and Scrgt. Bsd; will Kave Thursday for overseas duty. * • • .Circle Meetings Held By First Baptist Women Walker Park Is Selling For Annual School Methodist Youths Meet At First Church Her* , or nnnuai school ttcmc ' aoiioaii and other games were l he youth fellowship of the )> la i'cd before refreshments were first church presented a skit en- served, titled, "Whose World?" written by TUESDAY, MAY11.194S Dorlhy Clark Wilson. It showed the work of Methodist youth fund around the world. Those who parliu-' Ipated were Robert Crafton, A J Book Jerry Joe ixnils. Patsy Pope, Ilulh Seay, Iva Seny, Margaret Hale and Nancy Shlvley. Ruth Seay, president, presided during the business session, at which time chairmen for each of the four commissions were chosen. They are Henry Couchman of Osceola, worship; Robert Adamx of Joyncr, community service; Iva Seny, of JJly- tlievllle, recreation; and Ella Mac Dixon of Dell, world friendship. J'he banner Riven for general ex- [lie , Maxwell was chairman of J. Herbert Swearengen Jr. re.. .*.~ t.iuAvicM wii.>> cnainnan 01 turned to Fayctlevllle Saturday win i , co """ Hl e«: Nancy Ann n'ter spending several days here Wii le. chairman of the game com- »« firsts of her parents, Mr. and mlttce; and Hex Lovcwcll was gen- Mr * ' '" "-' • -- cral clialrman for the affair, with which the Junior class compliments Ihe .seniors each year. Junior home room teachers who helped plan the affair were Mrs. " " Qucllmalz, Mrs. Catherine O. E. Green and Miss sidy. Cecil Cas- Hcfreshtncnls of barbcque sandwiches, pie, Ice cream and Iced drinks were served. At The Hospitals U ....<LCI B .vcii ioi general ex-1 Klyllieville ffospllal celtence eacli month was awarded to I Dismissed: the Wilson Methodist Youtii Fellow-1 Kn'tn Teeter. Steele Mo ship. It was also announced that' two new mills )iav« come Into the sub-district. They Hre Dell and Yarbro. At (he close of the business ses- P. E. 0. Sisterhood Meets At Harry Kirby Residence Mrs. Harry hostess at Those taking part on the pro*"< I J hetr aubjects were Mrs. ter N, P. E. o. .Sisterhood. Mrs. Dick White gave the pro- Wrt' T£ 'C^rlanc^ ^°V"" «»«."! ^WOM™,.> ^Sl^of e/'K 8 fiower^Uced- , Mrs John caudt n the home. J*?- p<»rge Pyles conducted a! -iflort business meeting during : Hff r i r' which MI* jack -piniey^RoSn Mrs - kvrard Entertains »»» appointed secretary of youth <C F f 7 ! PI t 1V/I L work to replace Mrs. El D. Fergu- ' U " ^ U " Members Mrs. .Hugh Whitfitf d who h cent >, "?' J ° e , Evrnrt! W!>s hostess at ral chairman for the M»v RrJtl! t," ™ m £ ^ £^ to mcm »*rs of When bridge games were played,! »«!' S ' tV Caraway won high and Miss lla Rogers, brltlso. Bouquets of pink peonies and roses were arranged throughout the home. [ Iced drinks were served by the hostess. May JO, a Hostesses for the affair were Mr*. K. A. Porter, Mrs. R. A. Nelson Mrs. John Caudill, Mrs C. u Hick- Tnhl; -J^i, A - N '- wllllam s. Mrs. John Featheretone, Mrs. W. A. Af- S E Webb H M- aCe - WalPO '' :r MfS Mrs. J. w. Ad»ms St., 'Mrs. Allen Plckard and Mrs. L. M . Burnett The Women's Missionary Union of the First Baptist Church met in circle groups yesterday. Circle One met at the home of Mrs. Pearl Hires with Mrs. Firman Hymim as co-hostess. Twelve members attended the meeting. Mrs. Victoria Gilbert gave the opening prayer and Mrs. C. S. Lemons taught the lesson on the new study book entitled "To Whom It Ts Given." Mrs. Ney Hunt closed the meeting with prayer! Mrs. Bynum, who is moving away the last of this month, \vos presented a gift by the group Mrs. M. w. Lewis was hostess at her home to members of Circle Two with 10 members and one new mem- bar, Mrs. Cecil Brannum, attending. Mrs. Harry FriUius taught the lesson and prayers were offered by Mrs. Charles Newcomb and Mrs o W. Aftllck. Circle Three met at Ihe home of Mrs. Burks Barker with 12 members and one new member, Mis Russell Marr, attending. Mrs. Lloyd Stlckmon gave the opening prayer and nfto taught the lesson. Mrs. Theodore Logan guve the closing prayer. Mrs. Bertie Hawks was hostess at her home to seven members of Circle Pour. Mrs. J. Ci. Barnes and Mrs. Jim Crafton offered prayers nnd Mrs. Alvln Huffman Jr., taught the lesson. Circle Five met nt the home of Mrs. R. E. VanHooser with ]0 members present. Mrs. Charles Pcnn tsxiBht Die lesson and Mrs. S M Hood and Mrs. Walter Bishop led in prayer. Mrs. M. C. Outlaw was hostess at her home to members of circle Six wjth 11 members present. Mrs W. w. Watson gave the opening prayer and Mrs. C. M. Smart taught Ihe lesson. Mrs. E. C. Brown gave the closing prayer. A social hour followed each meeting. Wanted Immediately! given by Mrs. Herman Carlton and las - A reading "My Flng and Your ^J n Mrs. Roy Walton was In charge ofj F '"f.'" iras given by Karen Yomw • M , rs ' C ' S ' stov ™s °t w.ceu.a, the program. _- - - . *._?""" io ""g- K the guest of her daughter. Mrs Circle Tlirce met In the home nfi ™ " Mrs. H. H. Houchins with 12 mem- 1 bers present. Mrs. J. p. j.nwson .was in charge of the devotional and program. Mrs. j. E. Carter was hostess to Circle Four with 17 members and one visitor, Mrs. Fay Davis present. Mrs. R. w. Nichols was program leader. Business Women's Circle met In Hie home of Mrs. H. a. wickham and Mrs. Bess Hall with 12 members and two guests. Mrs C M : Gray and . Mrs. Harlzog. present ! Miss May bixon" was in charge'-of"< the program. ~ f refreshments were served at «»ch meeting. One hundred nnr) forty by p-» ducts are made from livestock. II Is estimated that motorists pay e , ln °' cvery * 8 c °"«t<:<i by the jov- AT KIRBY'S THIS WEEK GIFTSTOR THE GRADUATES For Girls Ladies BUI FoMB-SUHoMry. Perfumes, -Toilet Watere-Colognefr-Giri Soaps —Whitman's Candy—Sun Glasses—Home Peniwrtnt Waves-Bath Powders and olfcer gilts. , For Boys Amity Boll Fold*_F*iinUin Pens-Court, ley Shave Toilet Arlicks-OM Spice Sels —Yurdley A Her Shave—Picnic Jugs- Thermos Kits-Travel Toilet Article Kits. Hallmark Graduation Cards PRESCRIPTIONS »ee yeiir doctor »l the n r »t sign of trouble-lheii set us. Prescripllors from Ml doctors filled »ccur- «t gu*raiile«l best prices. Save with safely. ICE CREAM S/rLro? rSSf £ 6ir»" sc *<"<* <* Given freshmcnts. A gold anii blue color Honoring Miss Flaniqan scheme was carried out in the dc-l Mls.5 Alma Flanigaii was honorjd coratlons. The two long tables, (Saturday night when lie, "is ei from which refreshments were ser-' Mi " """•• "'--•---- ' ."'?"•'.• ,'ed buffet style, were covered vs-lth , a lace cloth and each centered with a striking arrangement of blue and yellow Spring flowers In crystal holders. The Individual white cakes -• ^-..-.^. l^u*..!!*.^ nil. H11LI Mrs. J. T. Peterson and Mr. and Mrs. u. N. Swearengen Sr. Mr. Sweaicngcn returned there earlier in the wecX, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lindsey and daughter, Linda Joy of Paragould spent the weekend here with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arch Lindsey and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Snider. Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Broedon and children, Bonnie and Alice spent the weekend In Water Valley, Miss as guests of Mrs. Brodgon's Brand- parents, Mr. and Mrs C. T Williams-. Dr. and Mrs. Quentine W. File arc the parents of a daughter bom May 5 at St. Johns Hospital In lulsa, Okla. She has been named JIM Elaine Mrs. Pile Is the former Miss Prtaicia Wood of. Blythevllle Her mother, Mrs. ChMles A. Wood went to Tulsa to visit with them. Mrs. John O. Weathers and son Jn-ics Owen of Montgomery, Ala' aic the guests of her parents J Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Smith. ' .. . , -.---.— - Maj, puny ,n Mr. and Mrs. Louts Wilson and n C "' 'r 1 ?.. "„ "»»""• T "«-e were S r »»S?M«h.ter Sherry McDonald . Walls Hospilal Dismissed: Mrs. J. J. Moore. IU. J. ij. Garner, city. I. city. Polly . with a surprl.se biiihday pnrty e m c ,i,,<i nt Coming Events Social Calendar Wednesday Sudbury P. T. A. will meet at 3:00 p. m. In the school auditorium for the last meeting of the year. Chapter D, P. E. O. Sisterhood will meet with Mrs. R. F. Klrsli- ner. Avalou Bunco Club being entertained at the home of Mrs. Dewitt Van Cleve. ' H. H. I. M. Club members meeting at' the home of Mrs. George Salltia Jr. Town and Country club members being entertained at the home of Mrs. O. W. McCutchen. Friendly Eight Club members meeting at the home of Mrs. Paul Human. Civic Calendar Ktwanls Club, Hotel Noble 12:10 i.m. Sudbury P.T.A. Executive Board 2:30 pin. followed by P.T.A.—3 p.m. ' Osceola Events Wednesday Annual May Breakfast sponsored i>y the Women's Society of Christian Service of the First Methodist "Jhurch from 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. I'arenLs-Teachei- Association meeting in the High School auditorium at 2:30 p.m, the BEAUTY BAR Mrs Kor» 8pr»dley, Owner CSIcucoe Hotel Building Plione 3302 , p»uy Lucy 20 gut.st.s i>rc'scjil, ° " son - • /,111-oi.T j,iL p si.-in. u * »*n.->uu, were tiie gitcsts Si Various party games and contests [ ol Mr - a » d Mrs. John Poster. «he guests Sunday .•cre Inscribed with M. Y F blue. Following the refreshments games were played on the lawn of the church under the direction * • -? r> — -«»~.. i.i.M L.UIILliMa . .„ .-...i. uulll! rUSlUT. :akcs wore played during /lie evening. '•• Tommy Hawkins. MIS MadKe •. In .«Ucr which girts were presented the ' ^ nes nnd son, Charles Edward of lionoreo. MemnhK cr^.,i o _.. L _ I honoree. Vases of pent Sunday here as of Ruth Seay. * • • Presbyterian Women Meet In Circles For Program -•• •** ...JAI_U ajiiiu'..^ iind other Spring flowers were used to decorate the home. Refreshments were served by the ho.s'.e.So. Mrs. Flannigan Hostess To Methodist W.S.C S OSCEOLA, Ark.,. May 11,-Th First Presbyterian church met yes- formerly O f Blythevillc, and Mrs. L. s. Circle One 'met' guests of Mr. and Mrs.'b. N. Haw! ! Mr. and Mrs. Elaine Brimhall arc the parents of a son born April 27 In the Luther Hospital in Pasadena, Calif. Their first child he lias been named Richard Blalne Mrs Brnnhall Is the former Miss ville Paulmc B "?8den Of BlythD- ' Mrs. s. P. Marti,, has returned from a four-month vacation spent in Me.sa and Goodyear. Ariz, n, Mesa sho wa s the guest of her daughter. Mrs. William Boyd and fiimlly. and In Goodyear she visit- nrogram lead-' LHvni'J°i tller clallgnter ' Mrs - -J- R. - - -- „.-..„ on the subject er allrt famil - v - She was home of! ' U ' e Thc People" and Jim Hcm-y f. cc °™f">"*« name by another . 'ni-^,.,,1^1 «..„,.,..,_ . . " "<-nij diuighler./Mrs. Leonard Oldhnin Eugene Still and family, here several days. Mrs Kavanaugh Francis and children of Tnscaloosa. Ala., ariiv-1 ed Sunday for a visit with her parents. Mr .and Mrs. Tom A. Little and family. Or. Edna Mies spent the past two days In Memphis. Moss Bryan Reminds you the Unusual Gift for both Boys and Girls GRADUATES Originate in This Shop So (he Graduate won't receive Duplicates why not give a Cash GIFT CERTIFICATE Our Selections Are Distinctive. No. Charge for Gift Wrapping The GIFT SHOP 103 East Main Street Baptist Giiis Auxiliary ' Mas Meeting At Church ' i The Junior Girls Auxiliary of the' First Bnutist Church met yesterday at the church with 12 members and one visitor. Miss Blllle Turk, present. Mrs. Albert Ender- •• tin is the counselor. j In the absence of the president ! Ernestine Holt, Linda Ruydcr. first! vice-president, presided during a' brie, business sess'-n. The proun ; repeated the a. A. Watchword and i sang their song. ; Miss Turk «-ns in charge of (lie ! esson taken from the home mission OOOK. She chose KS her topic "They Were First." Prayers were given by Mrs. Enderlin, Miss Truck and Helen Blrftwell. The meeting wns dismissed with a chain of prayers by the group. . Mal» MECHANICS -Must Be Experienced- Good Salary-Good Working Conditions POOLE MOTOR Co. Steeie,Mo. Phone Steele 49 • Banishes perspiration odor • Checks perspiration moisture • Gives longer-lasting pro!ecti«« • (,'enlle to skin and clothing • Keeps you fragrantly dainty • Stays creamy-smooth in the jar WOODS Drug Store Phone 507 Continuous Khews Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Slarts 2:00 LISTEN TO RLCN 8:00 a.m. . 12:45 p.m. 4:3« p.n Tuesday and Wednesday >w at REGULAR' PRICIS! DAVID O. SELINICfcf JENNIFER JONES GREGORY FECK One Permanent CostIS ul Ie \v«s stays in for niomlis. Vr,. vm,r Tom ||, u ,, e !>„„„,,.„, , %m «ljiwl«i long., »$!.-, b cailly . ln>|i «ii\e. No fn,j., 1,1,,,, . \ n ), r -,, 1f r|li)r y n||r ""^••""i'si-ri. MII ..... !, „„! ,,,,i,, M |.[o,,l.in s : ".,,,,,,,,, M:,,]!,,,,,,,. v>r1 |.k,,,M,n V>, V,,,V 'l-su. S u «, lrir , ,,„.,„ ,„ .,, ,, 1C fig/itt , )>v c||r , |nm . Refill Kil complele • xcepl (or curleri Regular Kil wilh fiber curlerj DELUXE KIT WITH RE-USABIE PIASTIC CURLERS I Phone 507 WOODS DRUG STORE We Deliver 221 W. Main XJIX^VJTJIXI rjcAj*. JOSEPH GOTTEN ^ Selected Short Subject* This plchire will b« ihown M popular prices. Continuous Showinc Evtry Day Box Office Opens 6:39 Show Starts B:45 Opens Sunday 1:80; Slarls IMS Continuous Shows Sal. Jt Sun. Bargain Night Kvcry Nijhl Kxcepl Saturday o passes honored on Sunda; at Koxy Thealrf Tuesday and Wertnesday .E FEATURE "TEGGY CUMMINS VICTOR MATURE ETHEL BARRYMORE [MOSS ROSE,

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