The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 3, 1948 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, February 3, 1948
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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1D48 Society 9 (ARK -> COURIER NEWS [•hone 4461 Mary Elizabeth Turner Is Wed To Evald Saksen Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Tinner today announce the mar-iage of their daughter, MUj Mary Elizabeth Turner to Evald Saksen ol Chicago, 111. The wedding was solemnized Saturday, Jan. 24, In Osceola. Mrs. Saksen wore a lireen crepe dress fashioned with a drape eT- Jj'ct, Her accessories were In black, ^She attended school in Blythc- ville belore going to St, Louis where she enrolled in school there. Mr. Saksen was formerly employed ns an electrician in Chicago. The couple left for a wedding | trip to Phoenix, Ariz. Business Meeting Held By Methodist W. S. C. S. Seventeen members of the Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal church were entertained last night by Mrs. I^evvis Hnbener at her home on West Hearn. Mrs. Leroy Hurtdleston Is a new member of the organization. The meeting was opened with the devotional given by Mrs. Ella Payne. Mrs. O. O. Hardaway, president, was In charge of the business session and announced the appointment of Miss Magdalene Xenos as periodicals secretary for the coming year. Plans were completed for the congregational dinner to be given by the Auxiliary members Saturday night at the Woman's Club In compliment to Bishop R, Bland Mitchell of Little Rock, Episcopal Bishop of Arkansas. Mrs. A. R. Olson is serving a s general chairman for iiiis affair. Group prayer led by Mrs. Hardaway closed the meeting. During the social hour MJS. Hnbener served refreshments of coffee and heart shaped cakes iced in pink In keeping with the Valentine holiday. Wesleyan Guild Meets At Jerry Hearn Home Mrs. Jerry Hearn was hostess last night at her home to members of the Wesleyan Service Guild of the First Methodist Church. Mrs. Fred Steadman gave the devotional and Miss Mamie L. Ad»ms was In charge of the program in the subject of "Brotherhood of Men." During the business meeting it was decided to send a contribution to the Philander Smith College in Little Bock. In observance of "Grace Relations Sunday 1 ', which will be observed Feb. 8. H was also decided to send ths magazine "World outlook" to Mildred Wright, who is a Methodist Missionary In India. Following the business meeting, refreshments were served by the hostass assisted by her daughter, Pat. Rites Announced Mrs. Evald Saksen was before hor marriage Jan 21, Mrss Mary Eliza- I belli Turner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, L. B, Turner rji Blylhcville. (Business Women's Circle Meets With Mrs. Roclgevs Mrs. W. J. Rodgcrs was hostess last night at her home to members of Business Women's Circle Eight of ! the First Baptist Church together i wilh one ne,v member, Mrs. Nell ! Gordon, an<i one guest, Miss Sue Francis. Mrs B. W. Woolen, president, ivas in charge ol the business meeting and the Roya! Service program was on the subject of -Tht Unfinished Task Iti Our Homeland". Participating on the program were Mrs. Fletcher King, who spoke on "Our Country", and Mrs. B. W. Wootcu who chose the topic "Home Mission Task", uml Mrs. Velma who spoke on "Task ITnlimshed". Mrs. Vcstn Rowcn dismissed the group with prayer. A dessert course with coffee was served. Mission Study Group Meets At Church The Mission Study Group of the Women's Council of the First Chris- tir.n Church 'met yesterday in the Ladies Lounge of the church with Mrs. L. L. Ward. Mrs. Ben Harpole, Mrs. Albert Taylor and Mrs. Russell Hayes as hostesses. Mrs. A. R. Wetenkamp presided during the meeting. Mrs. Eric Whitley was in charge of the devotional which opened with a nms- jcaJ prelude of. "Rock of Ages" with Mrs. WeteriKamp as pianist. "Upon Original Ground" was the theme chosen for the devotional. Mrs. Whitley, assisted by Mrs. Georgo Barham discussed, "Ordinances of Unity and Love". Mrs. Wetenkamp chose as her topic for the study course. "Light and Lcvcn" taken from Willis LaMotUV book. "Committed Unto Us". Mrs. E. M, Terry Sr. discussed, "Three Voices of the East". "The Parish Emerges Again" \vas the title of the subject Mrs. J. B. Garrott discussed. Mrs. Sam Hanley chose ss her subpect, "Leven in Societ}'". and Mrs. Freeman Robinson told of "Cells of Life". Following these discussions, cjucs- ifll.s were nskcd by Mrs. Welen- kamp. Mrs. James Terry gave interesting details on the life of the , late Mohandas K. Gandhi. At the close of the meeting, the Missionary Benediction was said, after which the group had refreshments of cake and coffee. Baptist Girls Auxiliary Has Meeting At Church The Baptist G. A. met yesterday at the church with 11 members present for the regular meeting. The business meeting was conducted by Mrs. Albert Enderlin and Mrs. Shelbournc Brewer, after which work was done on "Forward Step." Following the meeting refreshments were served by circle three of the Women's Missionary Un 11 Calvary W. M. U. Meets At Church For Business Circles One and Two of the Women's Missionary Union ol Calvary Baptist Church, met yesterday afternoon at the church for a business meeting and Royal Service program. Mrs. P. H, Jertilgan opened the meeting with prayer and also gave the devotional. TJ-iose taking part on the program were Mrs. Don Aycock. Mrs. Sam McGhee, Mrs. Inez Gentry and Mrs. Leland Hod^e. Mrs. H. J. Fondrcn dismissed the meeting with prayer. Executive Board Meets At Presbyterian Church The Executive Board of the Wo- I men's Auxiliary of the First Pres; byterian Church met yesterday afternoon at the church with IS I members attending. The devotional was given by Mrs. Ross Stevens and Mrs. C. M". Gray president, was in charge of the business meeting nt which time plans were made for the comin—- lion of the Foreign Mission S ;, nnd also plans were made lor ,!i- tensive Bible study of the book of Matthew. These meetings will begin Fob. 11, and will continue each Wednesday night for six weeks. The Rev. Harvey T. Kirid will conduct the stud,, and a pot luck supper will precede each meeting. » • * Miss Rogers Entertains G. E. 0. Club, Guest Miss Ila Rogers w«s hostess last night when she entertained G. E. O Club members together wilh one guest. Miss June Gosnell. Mrs. T. H. Caraway is a new member. During the evening when bridge was played. Mrs. Ray Whittlngton won high and Miss Gosnell, liridgo. A dessert course was served. Business Meeting Held By Episcopal Auxiliary The Women's Society of Christian Service ol the First Methodist Church met yesterday afternoon at Ihr- church for n business meeting, Mrs. J. Mell lirooks Jr.. gave H piumi selection, "Trees", which was also the subject of the devotional givi-n by Mrs. I lurry N. Whltis. Mrs. Georse Pylcs, president, was in charge of the business meeting. Mrs. Carson Is Hostess To First Baptist Y. W. A. MRS CARSON IS HOSTESS—14 .. Mrs. Ebb Carson wa* hostess last night at her home to members of the Young Women's Auxiliary of the Firsi Qnplist Church with 11 members attending. Miss Cliflie Overman gave the deir.iional after which Miss Ehse Moore began the study ol the new mission study book entitled "Anm- ins Grace". \vhic:h was followed uy a discussion ot the first chapter, Mrs. C. E. Johnson dismissed Ihe meeting with prayer. A desert course was served. Baptist W.'M'U! Meets For Business At Church The Woman's Missionary Society of the Pirsl Baptist Church met yesterday afternoon at the church for a business meeting. Mrs. w. Marion Williams, president, was in charge of the business meeting and the opening prayer was given by Mrs. Charles Pcnn. The giving of the watchword and the singing of the hymn o! the year opened the program and Mrs. H. H. Brooks gave the devotional on "Page for power and the Presence of (Jod." Mrs. Tom w. Jackson closed the meeting with nrayer. • • • Mrs. Evan's Is Hostess To Nazarene Young Women The Youns Women Foreign Missionary Society of the Church ol the Nazarene met yesterday at the home o[ Mrs. Williard Evans with 13 members and one guesl. Mrs, Donald Ramsey, present. Mrs. Ede!l Thompson, president, presided during the business meeting, after which three topics on foreign mission were discussed. Miss Gloria Jarrett chose as her subject. "Consecrated Nurse in Africa". Mrs. Opal Lambert discussed, "Holdins the Torch", and "So Tills Is India" was the topic, Miss Helen seymore chose. Following the meeting refreshments were served by Mrs. Evani, Bits of News I!. P. Hughes Sr. suffered a broken ankle Siittmlny when he slipped HI U'c In Memphis. His condition '» Improved and he Is able lo wnlk wltu the aid of Crutches. J. Mell Brooks Jr., left Sundny for Greenwood, Miss., where he will be In business. Mrs, Brooks nnd children will join him later. Condition of Frank Grecr, v;'io wns dismissed from the niyihev.lle Hospital Sunday, Is Improved. He was Injured In an automobile accident a week ago and was taken to the hospital for treatment. Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Doild of Joncsboro, spent the weekend here with Mrs. Dodd's parents, Mr. ami Mrs. W. O. Hccvcs, Ray Bmm, so,] O f Mrs. George Dunn is spending three weeks in St. Louis as guest ot liis mint and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Judge Thompson. Eugene Auten, who for the p«:,t eight months had been a patient at I he Lauiar Veterans llaspHal In Memphis, was dismissed yesterday. His rendition is much Improved. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. May and daughters. Jiuiy and Patricia, have moved to their new home on Easi Main. Mr. and Mrs. John Decn 01 Lake Providence, La.. \v)io were here for the wedding Sunday of his bro- Ihcr. EI wood Dcen, have returned to their home. They were accompanied by his father. A. S. Dccn, who will spend several weeks there. Mr nnd Mrs. Shclbourne Brewer returned yesterday from Slkes- ton. Mo., whore they spent three days with his brother, Paul Brcw- er^ who Is seriously ill. PAGE FIVE' Marriage Licenses The following couples obtained mnrrince licenses yesterday In the office of Miss Elizabeth Idyllic, county clerk. Lawrence E. Middle and Miss Mary Frances Jackson of St. Louis, Mo. Floyd Coleman and Miss Nora Mazo of Terre Haute, Ind. At The Hospitals Blylhcrllle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Herman Hart and baby, Luxora. Mrs. Ida Wood. Naylor, Mo. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Gilbert Glass, Stecle, Mo. Mrs. Edgar Swain, lUe. 1, city. W. G. Mlddieton, city. ANNOUNCEMENT Alpha Delia Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will meet at the clubroom tonight at 7:30 p.m. Hostesses will be Miss Vcra Goodrlch and Mrs. Joseph W. Mclianey. A rattlesnake can strike and re- j Five to 10 billion cigars are Brook- oil^ in less than one-half second. | ed In the United States annually. ARE YOU DISCOURAGED because you suffer distress from FEMALECOMPWINTS m-aLa* umi urnunnc* which makes you NERVOUS. HIGH-STRUNG on such days? Are you troubled D>- distress of female functlotiEtl monthly, dlsturb- jinces which makes you suffer from pain, feel so nenout. cranfcf. restless, weak—tit finch times? Then DO try Lydla E. Pinkha m- 5 Vcge- lable Compound to relieve such symptoms! In » recent medical test It moved remarkably holp/ut to women iroublcu this way. Why don't you ect stimrt and try Lt yourself? Pink ham'a Compound Is what Doctors cnll R morlnc sedative rt has n Kmni soothing ellcct, on one T*k«n regularly— Plnkham pound helps build tip r •g.ilDK aucJi distress. It' great stomachic tonlcl > Com esLManc s al&o Lydia E. Pinkham's VEGETABLE COMPOUND Mercury Mike soys: Grand Relief fROH SNIFF1Y, STUFFY DISTRESS OF HeadCsSds! WE MAKE OLD CARS LOOK NEW ACAIN Inslanlly relief [rom head coW distress starts (o come when you put a little Vicks Vfi-tro-nol In each nostril. And if used in time. Va-lro-nol also helps prevent many colds from developing. Follow directions in pacl-a-c VICKS VA ?RO NOL Don't forget the Big BINGO PARTY Wednesday, Feb. 4, 8:30 p. m. at the LEGION HUT Prizes Valued Not Less Than $5 Admission $1.00 Sponsored by the Ladies of th« Catholic Church Bring your cor fo us for EXPERT BODY AND FENDER REPAIRS COMPLETE FACTORY- QUALITY REPAINTING Reasonable Prices... Budget Poymenfs For REAL Mercury Service always see your/Jfe*£ Dealer Still & Young Motor Co. Phones 3479-4333 i, t & Walnut Blythevilf* "Eventually We Will Be Recommended to You" Coming Events Social Calendar Mrs. L. E. Old rmcrlalnlug Wednesday Bridge Club Members Avalon nimco Club meellng at the home ol Mrs. w. P. Mnlion with Mr.-. Hill KerKUson ns hastess. Town nnd Country Club meeting in Ihe home ol MIS.'R. c. Hose, Women's Auxillury of (he Klrst I'resbyterltvn Church will have n pol luck supper (oncthcr with a study and prayer service nt thu church at 7: p.m. Thursday Jiiyccetlcs will meet at Ihe clubroom nt 7:30 D.III. Club Elgin meeting »t the home ol Mrs Paul Jobe. OcleUe Club meclliiB at the homo ol Mrs. R. C. nose at RoselnDd. ' Bunco Club being cnterlnlued at. Die home ol Mrs. L. A. Daughter?. .lolly Eight Club meeting at the home of Mr.s. Drover Wren. ) Mld-\Vcck Club being cnlcrtiiln- eri al Hi? home of Mrs, W. L, Horner. Tliiiriday Contract Club meeting nl Ihe home ol Mrs. E, R. Lancashire. ' Friday , The Women's Auxiliary of the ' First Presbyterian Church will meet nt the churcli m 2 o'clock tor study and prayer service. Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sin I inn Phi will meet Friday, 2:.'!n p.m at the home lit Mrs. Gene Atkinson 018 Chlekii.snwta. Mr.s. Lendennle Fowlel' entertain. Ing C. B. C. Club members nt her home. Chapter N, P. K. O. Slslerhoo.l will meet nl Ihe home of MLS. Chester Cnldwcll at 2 o'clock. Mrs. R. L. Wade will uc hostess nnd MIs.s Cordelln Wllhlte, co- hostess lo the Dorcas Sunday School Class (if First Elnptlst Church, Friday. 2:30 p.m. at the Wade home on Walnut and 15th St. Civic Calendar Tuesday American Legion—7:30 p.m. American Lesion Auxiliary—B'OO pni. Klu'onls C'lnb—12:10. Thursday Rotary club—12:10 p.m. Friday The Blythcvillc High School Bund will prc.sont a concert nt Ihe Hl^n School Auditorium. 7:30 p.m. UU'k While, son of Mr. and MM. Floyd A. White, received his B. S, Donee »t graduation exercises sun- dny, Feb. 1, from Ihe College of Business Administration at the University of Arkansas, FuyellcvDle. Mr. While Is a veteran of three years icrvlce In the Army Air Force anil Is a member of the Officers HmiTvr Corps, lie Is a nicmlier of SiiMiw Alpha Bpsllon Kiaternity. Mr White will return to Blythe- vllle in two weeks, where he will be connecter! with Ills father In the shoe business. University Gets Ytar To Soivt Racial Issue NORMAN, Oltla,, Kfb. 3. (UP) — A s|>ol;i'wiiaii lor 12 netro leach- trs nnnouncetl today thai they liart iigrcfd lo iioslponc (or one year an u(U>m|)l lo obtain grurtiiale courses »t University ol Oklnliomx—lo Rive Ihe slntc lliuo lo solve Ms ruclal problems. Liquor Store Bandits Obtain $645 in Memphis MEMPHIS, Teiiu.. rvb. 3. (UP) —E. J. Hfsv'lnbotham. a liquor store cltvk, knows how It (eels jelling a eini jiokcd In the ribs. T\m young bnmllls ciuptlcrt tlic ciuh rculstor of SB-IS hi n rtarliiK downtown holdup yeslcrrtny. In two previous holdups IllKtln- bothoni hnd lo turivndor t'210. With the Courts C'hsilnrry W. T. IiiGrani ct nl v». Mnry C. Moore, gull for »75 clnlined »s wanes. Circuit Karl Swecl vs. Mftxliie sweet, suit for citvorcc. Arclrcn O«ntry et nl, |)elltloii lor HIP liicoiptimtlon of "The first Cirnce Church of BlytheviHc. Ark. We the Women Women are pretty >mui In the belief that they havt btltor manners than men. Perhaps they are a little more adept at playing the social game- looking Interested when Ilicy feel bored, being able to put names aiul lures together, lie Ing dutiful about writing t h a n a you notes and returning hospitality. Bui those are R.lh MllleU party manners. Women'* everyday manners arcii't *o hot. They'll hold a party telephone line for a 30-nvlnute chat, and gel annoyed If anyone trl«» to me the telephone they are monopolizing. They'll pretend they are actually shopping >nd take up « sulestfom- an'« time when, In reality, they're. Just kllllnf time. They'll hold up writing customeit while they ponder whether to buy the $1.65 stockings or the »1.B5 onrs. They shove when they're In a line, hd maybe even try to slip In front of someone. Late* But Loud They'll saunter Into a beauty salon 15 minutes late for an appointment, nnd then raise cMn the next time II they hnve lo wHtt vvlnlo another cmtomer sets her hnlr-do brushed out They'll accept hospitality nnd then pan It at the next session nf (licit 1 bridge club. Sure, women Imvc good party manners. But their everyday man. Hers need some polishing up. The English buzzard has about the size of a human's, with double the visual acuity. Due lo the high cost of gasoline, light airplanes me much more popular li| England than In the United eyes but Osceo/o Events Tuesday Supper Club will meet at tho home of Mrs. J. H. Lovewell at 7:00 p.m. Wednesday , Mid-Week Prayer Service of the< First Baptist Church at 7:ao p.m. TK-O table club at the home of Mrs. Mike Nnllllng at. 2:00 p.m. Thursday Klwnnls Club meeting at the! Elementary School at 7:00 p m. I ! Friday I | Boys and girls basketball jnmc. 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