The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 3, 1950 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

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PAGE FOUK (AHK.Y COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, JANUARY S, 1950 Mrs. Haynes Honored Al Linen Shower Mts. Charles Henley and Mrs. Donald Day entertained Friday jii'Kht at Ihe George McLeod home with a linen shower In compliment to Mrs. Ernest Haynes, who 1 was before her recent marriage Mrs, Margaret Crawford, Holiday decorations of polnsctttas and holly were pinccci in the rooms in which the four tables of bunco tiucMs were seated. In the game Mrs. Jack Given won hlKh, Mrs. \V. H. Hutson. ]tnv, and Mrs. Robert Graves, bunco. During the evening* Mrs. Haynes, u r ho \\i\i\ dressed in a Uvo piece UN? en faille frock, was presented gardenias from her hostesses. Linen ^i/ts were presented Oie guest of honor nftor which the hostesses served refreshments. Special guest w.ns Mis. I'Yeddie Wright, mother of the honorce. Out of town guests attending were Mrs. Lee Mosby of Portupf^'ille and Mrs. Robert M. Graves of Osceolrt. Hmclman Home Setting For Party For 17 Guests Seventeen girls welcomed in the New Vcjir at (he Charles A. Hind- m;in home Saturday nicht as the gncM.s of Ann and Kay Hindman. The group spent the evening Informally during which time bunco was played and prizes presented. After the group had welcomed in the New Year the ho.sU'. c ^(\s served refreshment.-; of cooVios, samiwiehe.s, iced drinks and candies. GEO Club Meets Wllh Mrs. Ray Whittington ATrs. Ray WJuttington was hostess to members of the GEO Club last night at her home. In the bridge game Miss Vera Goodrich won high nnd Miss Jetty Claire Huffman bridge, During the evening Mrs. Whit- tint; ton served B sandwich plate. Calvary Circles Hold Meeting at Church Society Jane Sheltun, Society Editor t I'lioiic 4-161 Bits of News Short Cuts For Home Efficiency Mrs. Shirk Hay .Mrs. diaries Monroe Smtlti Mrs. llusscll Blnrkwrll HWTNT muDICS -Lett lo right Mrs. Mack Hay, who wns bclorc her maniai;c Dec. 30. Miss Ruth FYcc- Mr. and Mrs. Wallucc Penrosc of Burlington, Vi-Minoai were the Saiiirilny giir.sl.s of Mrs. W. C. Belt. Mr. and Mrs I'tnrosc were i'liroute to tlic-ii- ht.mc after visit- I»I5 in .Memphis. Mr. anil Mrs. clurcm-ii Welili an. notincc the hirtli of a ila<i^!it?r JHM. 1 in the Meihodisi Hospital in Memphis. The Ijn'jy, \s'lui Is thjr first clilld, liii.s bei'ji iiiiincd Uunna I'atricia. MIS, V.YMj Is the firmer MJFS rmiicjia \Vi>:c. Mis.s netty Uoikis IKI.S returned' from Newljmi, Teim., where ,sli» v.'iis the lioiidny nut-.st of her parents. Mi', ami -Mrs. John S. Uouds Si'. Mr. and Mi.s Kiu-1 Stabler at-n son. Dick, hiivf miniied lo Uiyiiic- viMe after .speachnt; the past l-,vo weeks milh .Mr. Stabler'^ fulher and other re-lathes in Florida. Wtu'c in Florida they visited St. Augustine, Diiytimna lieai-h a:>d oilier points of mU'ie.st. Knrolt'.? to Florida tln:y were the overnight ijiicst, of Mrs. .stabler'* sister, Mrs. Robert, Holt, and family at Oxfr.i-'J, Miss. Miss Bonnie Conk retuvned to Jouesboro Monday to resume her studies at Arkansas state College imtn . . man. Mrs. Charles MimroD Smith of Miami. pia.. me former -Miss Helen Kilcon Crocker of Miami. Mr. is the son of Mrs. J. V. Smith of Blylhcvillc. They wen; married Dec. n. Mrs. Russell Hlac'KV.ull, Die lor- mer Miss Peggy Heed. Miss Ilcecl and Mr. BlacUwcll were married Dec. 20. Ruih Free-man, Mack May Wed In Luxora Ceremony Mr. Smith Claims Bride In Honda Service Mr. slid Mrs. Joe Freeman of Yarbro arc todjiy announcing the marriage oi their daughter, Miss Charles Monroe Smith Ruth Freeman., to Maek Itiiy .sou of Miss Hclon Kiteeu Crocker of Mi- I ami. MIL. became the Ijiirio of , Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Iliiy of Dogwood. also of Mi- anil, son of .Mr.s. J. P. Smith of Blyn^ ceremony \va.s 1 3(1 at 1 p"m. at thcville, in a ceremony .salii Dec. 17 in St. James Lutheran Church Bine ami yellow \vere the chosen Miss the Chitrknsaw footbiiil team. Mr. nnd Mr.s. Hay will lie :it home in the Dogwood CoiinininHy. Circles One and Two of the Gill- vary Baptist WMU met yesieiday afternoon at the church for a ousi- ncss session. The meeting was oin'ned with the group singing, ''We'll Work Till Jc- siis comes." jiturfy Group Meets Mrs. P. H. Jernigan led in prayer /„ Ruecr*!! t-lrt after which she gave the devotional, »\uiSfcM nays "Fellowship One With Another." Following sentence prayers by the group Mrs. IjUcinn Gnines. president, presided over ft brief business meeting. The dismissal prayer was led by Mrs. H. J. Fondren. Tile single solemni/ed Dec. Luxora. Mr. ami Mr.s. Hay. who are stu- fienls at Blylherille tliKh School, p!:m lo continue Ihcir studies. Mrs, Hay is a member of the senior class. , r , Mr. Hay, who is a t iber of the I <;"> ck « «< Chavlnue. N. C., w!u> was sophomore class is a member of llres - w<l i!1 n full skirted canary yel- j lo\v satin gown, with which she ! carried an arrangement of cliar- treuse carnations, .serving her sister as maid of honor. Mrs. Joseph Hukle and Mrs. J. c. Heitmaii, Inide's matrons, wore Identical gowns of blue satin tfim- med witli lace, and matchiHE; mitts. 'I'hey carried pink carnations. Thirteen members of the Missionary Study Group of the Women's Council of the First Christian PRETTY PRINCESS Miss Reed Is iVlanied In Home Ceremony These homcmakers hctvc their load lightened by new iuvehlions. The plastic mop cover Clcfti is a- guarii ihat makes mop shaking possible \vitliont dus( ha/nrrls. The scrviny cart (center) saves steps in wheeling dislies lo and from dining-room. The electric griddle (rijlit) acts as short-order cook, making 1 liftht Inni'tics, breakfast, snacks and even regular meats quickly and easily. after ujnmlm.. ihe holidays ns auesl i //; ss Norman Is Guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. .i/-.j ,- i vu/ A Cook. {With Calvary YWA Mi's. A. H. Witt of Halls. Tumi [ is visiting here as guest, of her' Nill<v "irinbei.s ami one visitor, daughter. Mrs. G. V. Da'vs amii Mlss r'nuite.- Xoniuin of Archer family. Slit c :nll<> espechiMy to sec '• Cit 5'' ''Vsas. of '-hi! VWA tif [he Callier eival uraniidniisjlitcr, 'I'erekea I val ">' Baptist Clunih 111,1 Insl night | Jean Klkin:, dnui;htcr of Mr. and j ilv liie "ume o! - Mrs - Woodruw j Mrs. O. O. Klkins, Jr.. who was"" born during 'he Christmas iioli- Miss Peggy Jean Reed, dauglitc-r i . of Mr. and Mrs. Silas Kced. became j Ji', 1 "?, the bride of Russell lihu-kwell, son of Mr. and Mrs. William G. Blackwell of IJcrmott in a ceremony performed Dec. 26. it is announced to- 1'lic bricio cho.se a wedding Eo\vn of ice blue bridal satin witli (itted llociice nnd square yoke of marquisette edeed with lace. The full salh- ercd skirt was wo]']i over . crinoline wllh cascades of lace from the waist Church met yesterday at the Russell Hays home with' Mrs. Hailley Kays co-hostess to the Mr.s. W sided duriiiE the meeting. .. T _. ,, ._ IT i tip veil were made of ice blue illn- Mr.s. Jo me. MoIIaney, program U^ WhUc d Ulh(1 leader led the program winch will | .surrounded nn orchid be used for the first six months of 1950, "Friendlv W. D. Cobb, chairimm. prc- I tn lhc hemline Tallin" into a full irinK the meeting I court train. The tiara and finder ' ' .in orchid which centered the bridal bouquet. A.«i,ii,,« u-in I?" 1 "" 07 In Jaiian " w *» E »'n Wallace Smith scr vp<4 hH A.wi5ljng uilh the protfraiH were brot , ^ , t y h ? E^M. Terry, Mr,. Albert Tay- | Robcrl R Broomc nild j_ o _ Porlcr _ lor, Mr*. Cobb, nnd Mrs. Hadlcyj Tiln brkie - s niot her. Mr.s. M. B. Ha - v ' Si Crocker of ChnrlnUe. wore a nu> Mrs- L. L. Ward, devotional leader, chose for her .subject, "Thy Kingdom Come. O God" with scripture tfikeii from Daniel. days. Condi Lion of Terof;ca Jean U sull in ati incubator al Ho:;pi<al i.s satisfactory. and Mr.s. J. R. Norman ami Frances Nor (nan of Archoi 1 Mr. Miss City. Tex., ni'e vi.siiin» iiore as guests In the sov.ial \\Q\\V following smUyial the )ioste.s.st's served freshments. the Coming Events Social Calendar Alpha Alphn Cliajiter of Rein Signin Plii mcrls with Mrs, I7ic)i- jvrd Oaburnc at 151A llcivrn al 7:31) p.m. Alpha Beta Chapter of Eiwilon Sigma Alpha mrete with Mrs. Ra\- Swiucy at R IITII. Mr.s C. A. Cunningham lio.^tc^i to Wednesday Club OnvtJpn Club JUCDIS aV 2:3f3 nt Woman*.s Club. Thursday Mrs. Harold Wright ho.stc.<u; to Avalon Bunco Club Thur.-day Club mect.s nt tlie Country Club. day by the biide'.s parents, The vows v,ere extrhunueii ;it the home of -Mr atid Mr.s. H;iy Hwiney al 8 p.m. with tile Hev. W.'lJ. Ynuiit of the Wesley MeinoriaL iMoihodi:;t Church uiriciiiani,'. The single* lini', :servu e v;a.^ s;itd before a hackyround of uladitiH. At lending as matrcjn of monor and only iiitendiint, was Mrs. Hv;i- ney who wore a navy blue suit with MI;itelling accesauries. Her ai.stuinc wn.s t-otiipleted wita ati arran:;ctncnt )f white- caniiiiions. The bride cho.se for her iveddins attire a powder blue crepu iiiirr- noon fjoirk with a wide lure ti'y.sn accenting tho \vaisthnu, The dress featured a plunging neckline. Kh« wore brown accessories. An orchid was pinned at her -shoulder. rrnmi'diiUoIy following tho ceremony EI rccii'ptioii Tor relatives and friends attending was given at tlie Swincy home. The brido is n L;ia£iu:uc in" th*- IloUaml. Mo., Hi H h School and is now employed nt tho N'orris Printing Company. She is n member of Epsilon Si»rjm Alphn Sorority. The groom i* a graduate of the ] Del) High School and is a veu-ran j ot F.IK ytrtvs Mnvnl scivii:r. He is [ niiw employed with the Cota-Cn!u f Bunliuj; C'on] pa ny, j Mr. and Mrs. Bhui;wcll art' nt j home ftl 020 South UiV.e. of Mr. ami ant! ianiily. Miss Put.-y liossn, Nathan Wade and Tommy ilnJc lc?H yesterday fur ule Mi-.s. Oxford, where; they :u*c sfutfents iiitci- be ins the holiday 8nests of their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Mann nnd daughter, Lynette. were tlie weel:- cnd Rue-st.s of friends arid relatives in Memphis. Mi.^.s Ciliic Sue Burks left yesterday for Texas State College for Wonirn. [lenton, Tex., whore she ihe home of Wilder. The meet ins was opened with prayer which \v:i.s InJ by Mis Alice Prifsl. Pj-fjijriuu ior The e\ 1 ciiit]!; WLI.S "Another Year Begins"' whit'li ] wtih taken from the YWA minniiil. The meeting wus dosed with ] prayer by Miss Je;m N on nan. I li\ the social hour following, re- ' fresluiittils vvcL'C seivett. : Al The Hospitals HI.YTIIKVIKI.K HOSriTAI/ Evelyn Hudson, city. Mary Jane Smith, city. Opal Hartlesty f city. U'AJ.I.S HOSPITAL Di<iuis.sed: Floyd Hamcl. Sleele. Mrs. Spencer Alexander and baby, city. Mi5 J. \\'. Lucy and baby, Lu.xora. Mrs. Tt-U HolUngci- and baby, Luxorii. Doesn't Like Guns WASHINGTON —(A 1 )— Judge George D. Neilson just not fed up. "You people who come in here on chary e.s of carry inn; guns always claim you just found the gun a fe-A minutes before," he told a defendant In Municipal Court. "Don't you know thi.s habit of carrying guns is ju.st what leads serious crimes?" "Six months in jail " Feeder 1 * airlinc.s «.erve the United Stairs. her parents. Mr. and Mis. tiny Burks, Sr., slopjied emoute to .schO'j! to visit n c.-ln-s.siuaic at Kilgore, Tex.. Ijcfure both continued on i'j .school tcday, Guy Burks. Jr.. Prentis Hnlcicr, Don WriKhl and Bobby Dean left yesterday for Oxford, MLss.. where is a seiLici- iifttir being the holiday j they will continue their studies at of her parents. Miss Burns. Ole .Ml^A. after being the holiday who was motored to Memphis by gurst.s of their parents. Police Find Grr/\ . . Asleep Under Porch TKENTON, N.J-. Jan, 3. ttVt V'olu; in ei'-;hi staves looked for n 1 mi^.-iiti" eiyht-yeai-olri j^irl last • ,t;ht but she was .sleeping under a ncii^hbo'-'s porch all the time. Blonde Joyce Shirni returned home by herself today. Police said she had slept under the porch be- '•aiiKO "she was mad at her uncle." Robert Ruiiof. who lives with her fiimiJy heie. She didn't say what Mie was tnad about. COIDS MISERIES? WW DON'T YOU TRr It's different. It's time- tested. Even if others failed you. try 686. . ] suit with complpmenting accossovics. She wore a ro.sebutl corsage. Immediately following the ceremony, a reception was held a'tcr wtxidi Mr. a nil Mrs- Smith left u» a motor trip through the stale "f Florida before returning to Miami to makf? their home. White House Bricks For traveling Mrs. Smith wore aJ , r» • • t . befKC sull with holly red acvrssorie.s. j Are to Be Used Again Site pinned her bridal orchid at her shoulder. Armorel WMU Conducts Royal Service Program A Rnyal Service program was conducted last night by the nine members and one visitor of the Armnrel WMU who met nt the church. MrsJ Aidron Smith was the group's gue&t. i The meeting was opened with (he .sinirlntj of the -son^. "Our Best." fnl- " lowed with prnyer which was led ; by Mrs. Charley Brown, Mrs. Henry Berry gave the de- j i WASHINGTON - .,V>— Offii irds estimate about 500,000 old bru-k> will be removed in rebuilding the j i White House, but many of thr-m will | be put bwk. The bricks arc slightly j larger than tcniay's Hiandarcl si<:c, ( Mrs, C. C. Elliott wns Royal Serv- ke iivov-tnin lender foi thr ovfiiinp. Those n.s.sisting were Mrs. Jrurk Anton who diseus.sed "Sinritnal Re- Mrs. If. R Akin hostess to Thm.s- j vivilt -" Mrs. W. L. Smith who spoke j day Ni»ht Club, • ( ' n "Sl^wavilshlp." Mrs. \V. O. An-i Blytheville Rook meet^ with Mrs Rassell Wort. Mrs. Neville Sue Burnett ! Nothing like a princess style for I ease in sewing and fisuie-flatterv. This house dress will keep you look- 1 inti fresh and efficient—note thr scalloped sleeves, twin packets. fat tern NO, 8'177 is a sew-ritc , pnioraieri pattern fnr s37:rs .H4, ^fi. \ 38, 40. 42. -!4. 46 and -IS. Size 3fi, 5 yards <j[ 39-indi. I'or this pattern .send 25 cents, ! in COINS, jour name, address, ,-six.c dOFircd, nud the PATTERN NUM- : RKH *o Sue Burnett. Courier News, \ *?,\) South Wells Strcer, Chicago 7, i 311 s Thr Fall nnd Winter FASHION \ i- is tieijeiiriable puicie for your winter v. rtrdrobe. Special dpMtiiis. fabric TICWA. free pattern printed inside the hr-ok. Send 2o cents today. Blakcrnorc hastens (o Thursday Rook Club. Nu Phi Mu sorority meels -A itii MKs Jane Sliclton at 7:30 p.m. Mr.s. M. O. Usrey ho.stfss to Mid- Week Club Friday C. B. C. Club mecU with Mrs. Alvin Ihntiy. Friday Contract CJiib meets with Mrs. G. O. PoeU. drrson discussed "Co-Opri'atigu" nfter which Mrs. N. C. Patterson addressed the ^roup on "Proposition." IoUo\vedi by Mrs. M. A. Priest, who spoke on "Twenty-two States." Ay's. Flliott j?nvR the final dfscus- siTm, "Current Operatiiui." i 'I'Uc mvcUug \vns closed wllh thr ; yroup sinjiini,'. ''Living tor .Jesus" followed by prayer by Mrs. Berry. The d:sr cji than Jn.in .U.S. Oeoli>sicnl Survey has eit'd' vo;\l deposits ot more l.MO.MO.OOO tons in ihe S:m IliL^in of Colorado and New Stuiw Starts 7:00 Bin Office Opens (5:-1S H..rs.im Nipht VA'rrj NislU Kxcept Siiltirilay N'n p;issrs linnored on Sunday at The ROSY Tuesday A.sk for cHlicr wMte or colored driver. 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