The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 1, 1947 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, March 1, 1947
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VACE TWO •LYTHBVILLJB (ARK.) COURIER HKW8 Club Women Report Progress With Live-at-Home Programs t rs'. Dorothy Ferguson ed to Marvin Razer .Mrs. Dorothy' Rowland Ferguson, daughter of Mr. unoT Mrs. Olaude Rowland of Blytheville, became the , . bride of Marvin Razer of Blylhu-j „ * ° ville, son of H'I,.'Razer of Brad- 1 "" °° 8 , . -. ford, m'S ceremony'last night at to make him a good citizen," says We the Women the First. Baptist Church. BY HUTU MIM.ETT . NBA slaff Writer "Despite the fact that dog Is r t 1 il frlcll<1 ' m i»> ,'s bccom- worst enemy _by Tallin;; Itli a good citizen," says Clarence M. Olsen, president of The *ev. O C: Hicks, brother-1 National Dog week, inc., tin orga- iiiTlaw of l)ie bride and pastor ol nbatioii formed 20 years ago to the FiisT Baptist Church of Mel- stimulate the civic virtues of clogs, bcdine, ) ofucatcd at the -double "People discipline their children. nag rite? in the presence of rel- but they pet their dogs, Mlsbcbav- ames and intimate friends of the Ing dogs must be handled ns firm- couple, ly us small children who get Nto The ^brlde wore a navy -blue mischief," says this -.veil-known crepe U ess with black accessories dog fancier, and a corsage of white carnations. Dog owners, please take nolle?. Following the ceremony, a re- That's no crank speaking—Init a ceptlon. \ya$, held at the home ol nian who loves dogs, tin; bridegroom's brother, Charles NO matter how much you think Razsr, 'mid Mrs. Razer, on Hcavu O f Pido, your friends really don't Street luve him enough to not mind hnv- M- and Mrs. Razer later left i:, g his paws put runs In a pair of (or a wedding trip .at points in new nylons Tennessee and 'Arkansas, after Thcy rf rt , k , „ , which they -.will return here to - • • e meke .their home. Mis Hazer was graduated from ' to enjoy getting hairs all over a c'nrk suit, because Fido calls every at at high school ''at '\Varreh and tended Central College, COi She has -been employed here Blytheville Water" Company. ' Mr. school at Bradford. Entering Army in 1943, he served 24 months overseas. ' chain In your living room his own. don't love anybody else's They tiug enough lo have him pounce with muddy feet upon their o'.vn Razerr'was ^a'dualed from t ;^ r ™; i . d "l eI ! 1 "° rls ' at Bradford. Entering the l "J, N J """I'-Sl No one likes to see a (ta; tear up ,uiauoa. - . : - lawn or lump on their small Quests included Mrs. O. C. Hicks « nd frightened children, of MalSourhc. stster'of the bride. ' ni e -average person can't pro'»•'•» lest at any of those frisky whims Bride-elect Complimented n ' e Yoes"he 'V'^'l—"toiy by FUlo's owner ns one people who just With ^up^v.i i^.^gv, * u.i.-.j o! tllosc Miss Virginia Martin was honor- clo "'|; t " kc (io ff- ed last night, with another of a But now the president of Na- And other series of parlies being given lor " Olln l DDR week has spoken, her before her marriojc next Sat- !l c- has snid what a lot or urctay to Leonard Thomas Oldham folks, especially those living next of Nrajort when Miss Jane.Bran- '' 0 °r to a dog that has never been sou i and her sister, Mrs. Waller might, manners, have been afraid Heart! of [Newport, entertained at the'Brfenson ..home, 1100 West Main, with a supper bHdg'e and miscellaneous shower. 'Arrangements of jonquils and other yellow flowers decorated the }ic~.i and small vases of llowers were placed on each of the three tables where guests were served andi later played bridge. The hand-made tallies featured miniature pictious brides. Guests included three dinner guests, Mrs. Henry Davis, Mrs. 'ti. £>. M6.rtin.: ]S mother ,of.; the .bride- elect. aiuf Miss June Gbsfiell. •Miss Frances Little was awarded high score bridge prize, Miss Mary Jo Hall second high, and Mrs. . John Osborne, consolation. r ..••.„« « Birthday OHsevyed With Supper Party Charles" Step 5ris was' host will a supper to 16 of his friends Tnursday: night in observance of ISt'i birthday at the home of his '" " - College Quartette From Central to Sing Here Sunday Misses Joyce Damon and June Posey will make an appearanu: in their home town tomorrow when they sliiK as niMiAX'is of Central College Quartette, of Conway fit the first Baptist Church here. Other member:; of the quartette are Miss Hetty Cooper of Charleston, Mo., and Miss Carolyn Sims of Port Smith. The quartette is ttrectcct by Miss Madclon Lester, professor of voice at central. They wilt Sinn "Adurnmui To" uy Palestrina; "Commit Thy Ways to Jesus" by I3ticli; "Ama/Jng Grace", 'O Thou Prom Whom -Ail lilcss- ings Come"' Tchalkousky; "Legend" by Tchalkosky and several other numbers. rjr. R. U Whlpple, president 01 the college, will be the guest speaker for tile morning service. Three Blythevitlc Art Pupils Win Recognition " Coming Events MONDAY Woman's Society of Christian Service of First Methodist Church meeting at the church, 2:30 o'clock. All circles of the Woman's Missionary Society of Calvary Baptist mecltiiT at the church for beglnning of Week of Prayer' s°rv- • •• t'i be held an hour each day. Woman's Mlsslonnry Society of First Baptist Church mectinr; at the church, 11 o'clock, for observance of Season of Prayer for Home Missions. Woman's Society of Christian Service of Lake Street Methodist Church meeting at the church for a business meeting. Miss Lynn Jackson entertaining Three Illylhcvlllc art students, Agnes Bradley. 7farry Frlbrtus and Charles McDantel, have been chosen to receive the Golden Achievement Key in the regional division of the annual National Scholastic Art Award Contest. They are ' three of 100 students chosen from 400 entrants to receive the awards. Their work next will be entered in the National Contest and exhibited at Carnegie Hal) in Pittsburgh. I-'rom March 1 the 15th, the entries will be exhibited at M. M. Colin Company in Little Rock. All three students of Mrs. R. L. Bradley, mother of Agnea Bradley. Miss Bradley has entered several other art contests and In 1845 re cclvetl the Stale Ingersoll Art Award. Bits of News Mrs. Frank Seay is -spending the weekend in Memphis with her mollirr, Mrs. W. F. Hughes. Mrs. .Josephine Fisher, who has been ill at Walls Hospital, Is rc - cupcratitu; at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Wade Qnlnii of Osccola. 'Mrs. J. T. Ashley, accompanied by her son, J. S, Ashley, left toclo^y for 'Hot Springs, where Mrs. Ashley will take a course of baths. Mr. and Mrs E. R. Mason artel Mr. ond Mrs. Kendall Berry went to Memphis this afternoon lo attend "Oklahoma." They were, accompanied by Miss Emily Wfxson who will be the weekend guest or her cousin, Mrs. Russell Hodge, and Mr. Ilodye. Mrs. W. O. House of Dlytheville, her daughter, Mrs. Dill Smith and two children will leave tomorrow for Cnlllonna. They plan to re- lurn in two months and while there, will be the guests of Mrs House's daughter, 'Mrs. J. C Ab•bolt. Drs. Carl antf Edna Nics. and Mr. and Mrs. W v B. Williams and son, Bill, were in Memphis Thursday night to attend-"Oklahoma. 1 ti. E. Riu'ijlns has been removed from Walls Hospital to his home at 410 North Fifth. His condition is much Improved. Mrs. O. C. 'Hicks, the former iMtss Sarah Frances (Rowland, of Melbourne, is the guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Rowland. Col. and Mrs. Tvy W. Crawford will go this weekend to Marlanha lor a brief visit with his brother Dr. W. S. Crawford, and family. O. E. O. Young Club. Won'.an's Auxiliary of Calvary Baptist Church meeting at the church. Roynl Neighbors meeting with Mrs. Sarah Ogle, 20-1 South EVnnk- Mrs. Abbott Elected Demonstration Club Head Mrs. C. -M. Abbott has been elected president of the Flat Lake Home Demonstration Club. Elcc- tlon of officers was held' at a business meeting Tuesday at the clubhouse. CLher officers who will serve are Mrs. G. L. Abbott, secretary; Mrs. John sanford, clothing chairman; Mrs. Morris, home around chairman; Mrs. Essie Davis, food chairman; Mrs. Brown, garden chairman; Mrs. Fred Wahl,, poultry chairman; Mrs. M. A. Mlddleton, recreation chairman «nd Miss liuby Bcvlll, reporter. Following discussions on "How to Take Care of O,ir Park" riild a report of the Council", Mrs. C. 'At Ab'jott served refreshments. parents, 'Mr." and' Mrs. Leo Ste- ''". 1:30 o'clock, phelis, 503 North'Fifth Street. TUESDAY Guests included one of his St. Stephen's Episcopal Auxiliary teachers. Miss Bctte Boyd. " was '"ass is ted in 'entertaining. by his mother Higtpry Class Presents Skit at Woman's Club A' Blytheville High School American History, class gave a skit entitled "Let:s Talk About Women'' yesterday for the Woman's Club. Those participating in the skit tfefa ~Varinyc Whitley, VernRlfe O'Neal. Mae Beth Rogers, Barbara Monaghan, Evelyn Cunningham and Peggy Ann Barker. 01 ee Club members Jimmy Henry, .Carroll Evans, Freeman Jeini- Han, C. G. Redman, Joe Mac Hester, Oscar Elliot, Gerald Blomoyer, and R. O. Allen gave vocal selections. Hostesses were Mrs. B. A. Bugg Mrs, o George Barbara, Mrs. Damon McLeod .and Mrs. Buford Young. meeting with Mrs. Frank Greer. Mrs. Garrard Caudill hostess to Trl-Towii Bridge Club. Mrs. Boyle Henderson entertaining Tuesday Bridge Club. Club Eight guests of Mrs. O n Poctz. , ^.JJ ivi.d. Melvin HalscII win La Nueve Club. Bishop Will Speak Here Special services of Holy Communion will be held tomorrow at St Stephens Episcopal church when the Rev. R. nlancl Mitchell, Bishop of the Diocese o[ Arkansas, will be luest speaker. Morning services will begin at II o'clock following Sunday School. i jattention I welders . . . The Romans believed that pearls were solidified drops of dew. A sidewinder is n rattlesnake named for |t s peculiar locomotion. awarded to Mrs. Wade Quinn, sec oml high went to Mrs. Joe Cullom Jr., of Wilson, ant! third to Mrs, Dan Hamncr. Mrs. Bob Kendricks '.vr«s u guest. SATURDAY, MARCH 1, I'M7 The F.ilrvlew Home Demonstration Club Thursday In the home of Mrs. Elva DeJarnctC. After a covered dish luncheon, Mrs. George Rorers presided over the meeting. She asked the club mmber.s to rspand to calls she had had' from the State Tuberculosis Association iking for books. Miss Cora Lee Coleman, home demonstration ngenl, gave a review of Hie last council meeting and ol the bingo party which the Council held recently. Although Fairvitw is one of the smaller home demonstration clubs, oacli member follows the live-at- home program. Mrs. Stanley New- sotn reported that she kept an account of all her expenditures concerning her poultry lloek and in 1SM5 she cleared $100.20 from four c!o«?n hens. In 1946 from a slightly smaller [lock of n hens, she had a clear profit of $92.85. Mrs. George Rogers reported' having sold $12,85 worth of milk am, butler from only one cow after netting an abundance for the family use. Mrs. J. D. Hodge sells surplus cfiits lo the tenants. She has shown ti i.-rofit of $B.2G each month since she began keeping an account. All the members said that keeping home accounts of products bought and sold \vas u revelation find they felt that theirs was a most important job of housekeeping since they realized that the wise expenditure of money is as important as earning it. Kuch of the proje:t chairmen gave her report and told how they wtro progressing In their department. The club regretted the absence cf Mrs. J. W. Patterson due to a recent nulomcb.le accident and Mrs. Lou Howerton who has b^eti .ill for several. weeks. The next meeting will bo held at the home of Mrs. Patterson. Health Gets Emphasis Too The Progressive Home Demonstration Club also met Thursday, in the home of Mrs. C. R. Layne, with Mrs. Eugene Layne as co- hostess. Mrs. J. W. Wortham presided. When the secretary, Mrs. Hoy Wortham. called the roll, each mem- •b?r answered 'by giving n healin hint. The devotional was given by Mrs. R, T. White. Songs were led by Mrs. Claud E. smith. .Mrs. C. R. Layne gave a demonstration In cleaning upholstered furniture and nlso gave a method of quickly dressing a chicken. Miss Cora Lee Cojcman. home demonstration agent, gave a report of the last Council Meeting and urged eacn c!u!j member to make a dress and bring it to the next Council Meeting which will be held March 23 at the Dogwood Olub House when Miss P.ifi Marshall, Extension clothing Specialist, will conduct a demonstration. During the social liour Mrs. C. E. Brown explained a game which ihe will present at the next meeting. This will be held at the home ol Mrs. R. T. White on Mnrch 13. Mrs. Wertz Hostess To Bridqc Club Group OSCEOLA, Ark., March 1.—Mrs. Donakl Wcrtz and Mrs. Ileartxil Banks entertained Wednesday nf- tcrnoon with a dessert bridge. When the four tables of guests played bridge, high sccre prize was wbn :by Mrs. Heibert Shippen, second by Mrs. Ralph Woodrult and low 1 by Mrs. Charles Lowruncc. Arrangements of early Sprlni; flowers decorated the home. 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