The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 19, 1950 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 19, 1950
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Jane Sheltpn, Society Editor Ann Martin Buchanan to Wed Marvin E. Smith In Memphis Announcement Is made today of •the engagement and approaching marriage ot. Miss Ann Martin Buchanan, daughter of Mrs. John U C'hanan and the late Mi-. Bu- hari, of Blytheville. to Marvin Eulo'mc Sinitli, son of Mrs! Tom 'Smith and the late Mr. Smith of. Blytheville and Chicago. 111. .The bride-elect- was graduated from Blytheville high school. ami attcnoed Mississippi College, Clinton Miss. She v.'as employed with the Civil Service Commission for four years-and is now a teller at the First National Bank in Memphis,., . Mr.. Smith attended Blytheville schools and served five years with tht nrmecl forces. He is now associated , <\vi th 'Superior Concrete VV' rks in Chicago. The wedding will be solemnized . Or/I 1. 4:00 p.m.. at Hie. La Belie Baptist Church In Memphis.. Miss Child Is Feted ; -With Dessert Bridge Gray taDies adorned in swirls of sky blue ninline and topped 'with tuberoses were used last night at (he dessert bridge 'given hi honor of Miss Barbara Child, bride-elect, of Edwin Louis Bach of Evans ton, . III. Miss Child is being complimented at a series of events prior to her marriage Saturday. ..^'Mrs. R. C. Allen and Mrs. Marvin ^•-tnn, jr.. were hostesses at the Ttunn home to four tables of guests. - Yellow gladioli centered the din- Ing table with, blending. bouquets being placed, around'the home, , Fragrant rosebuds arranged in miniature bud -vases -topped each table at which the guests \vere sealed. Rows r of frothy maliric encircled eEch va.:el-Score pads and table ao- pointments used were in compliment to the chosen blue theme. ' Miss Carolyn Child was hij:h score winner* in the bridge game, Mrs. jnmes Rogers, second high and Mrs. Grady Ma gee, brfdgo.-AH gifts presented the 'winners were in ci>p- perware. ' Yellow, carnations we're ' presented the honoree" from her hoste-sscs. The arrangement was ''pinned on the smart blue gaberdine frock which she had chosen for the occasion. . " . "Mrs. Berry Allen and Mrs. Bob Lee Smith were tea guests. The hostesses, presented the bride-to-be .\vith a'lump. • « » -^Veekly Bridge Meeting *Held at McHaney Home Misses Frances , McHaney and Ps*ty June Davis were guests last . nicht with members of the GEO 1 -Clijb, wlien.MjkrJnsephnW. 1 McHaney' fl >vas hostess at her home to the '-club for 'the weekly evening of bridge. • '•-' Asorted flowers were arranged'hi (he room in which the group WRS seated at small tables for the game. Miss Jeltye Huffman wns high score winner, with Miss McHaney winning second '• high and Mrs. Johnson Blackwell. brJdgo. Refreshments were served bv (Jig hostess following the game. Miss Ann "Martin Buchanan SLIP, PANTIES Drop-In Is Given For Recent Bride Approximately -10 guests called Friday night, at the A.. M. Van Winkle home to extend best wishes to Mrs. Bob Wpbb, who was before her recent marriage, MLss Opal Jean McDermott, Mrs. Pearl Lamb, Mrs. George Lamb and Mrs. Van winkle were hostesses for the affair from 7-30 to 9:30 p.m. Vari-hued summer blossoms- were placed around the rooms in which the guests were received and entertained. Miscellaneous gifts for the home of the bride, were opened and displayed on * table set up in the entertaining room. Throughout the evening ussortea party feeds and iced drinks wfre served from the lace laid clinin- table. Shrimp gladioli in crystal bowr topped the table. A gardenia corsage was presented Mrs. -Wpbb from her hostesses. She chose for the occasion a brown woo' jersey frock worn with blending accessories. .Special guests, Mrs. Clarcni-" Mc- Deimott, mother of the bride and I.irs. c. S. Webb, mother of the ciocin. attendee: the 'affair. All Day Meeting HeldbyWMU "I960 Season of Prayer for State Missions for the Women's Missionary Society" was the program presented yesterday at the all day meeting of the WMU of the Emmanuel Baptist Church. Mrs. Dan Needham was hostess at her home to the 11 members. Group singing opened the meeting followed with prayer led .by Mrs. Jeffj:: White. • ; ,'-•. .:,*:•;,,. Mrs. Claude Duncan was in charge of the mediation period during 'which Mrs. W, H.'Richardson, "Breathe oh Me." Following a potluck luncheon the afternoon session was directed by ,Mrs. A. M. Houston. The Rev. Houston .minister of the church, was a guest. Mrs Barney Barnes adjourned the meeting with a prayer. At The Hospitals niytherllle Hospllai Dismissed c:. H. DeLong. city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. W. W. Watson] Manila." Mrs. E. L. Perry, City. Mrs. G. A. George Jr., and baby, Luxora. BitsofNtws . John A. White h»3 returned'to the University of Arkansas, Ptyett*- ville, where "he will be a senior, Mr. and Mrs. O~. p.'Ralney hive returned to their horn* In Memphis after hiving been the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. tV Johnston. ; Mr. and Mrs. John Bruce Wilson of Delaplain, were the weekend gucils of Mr. Wikon'i mother, Mrs. B. B. Wilson. M!M Jean Dedman of Memphis was the weekend gue«t of her parent.?, Mr. ind Mr.. R. L. Dedm«n and family. ' >-, Condition o( Paul Bndiey, who was removed to hi* home, 3000 Hearn, Sunday from • Blytheville Hospital where he had been a patient for ten days following surgery, Is reported as satisfactory. Buford Young left yesterday afternoon for North Texas State College, Denton, where he will enroll as a sophomore. Mr. and Mrs. Mel Walden »nd Mr. and Mrs. Jeff W»lden,of East Prairie. Mo., were the Monday guests of Mrs. John Walden. The group had been visiting In Louisiana ^pd were enrout to their homes. Mrs. Ben Nail 'of Brookland Is spending this week here u guest of her son Byron Nail and Mrs. Nail. Judy Williams of Caruthersville was the weekend guest .of her grandmother, Mrs, John Walden. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Cockle of Chicago, 111., arrived yesterday Jor a ten day visit as guest cf : their (laughter, Mrs. A. R. Olsen and family. Mr. and Mrs. George D. Pollock, Jr., and son, George D. Ill, returned Sunday night from a. two weeks tour of the east and west coasts of Florida. George III, left yesterday for Washington • university, St: Louis, where he will continue his studies. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Shibley spent the weekend In Mounds, Til, u guest of their daughter, Mrs. John Moses and family. Mrs. Billy King is in Poplar Bluff with her mother, Mrs. A. W; Harris, who is 111 In a hospital there.- The Rei'. and Mrs. Harris, former residents, now make their home in Corning. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Beacham of Chicago, I!!., sue the houseguests of Mr. Beacham's sister, Mrs. 'Charley Lutes. and family. Mr. and Mrs. Beacham were accompanied to Blytlieville by Mrs. Clemmle Hay nes, who had been their guest for several months. Mrs. Haynes will remain in Blytherllle as guest of her daughter, Mrs. Lutes. <-•, Mrs. Clyde Lutes underwent surgery yesterday at Memphis Baptist Hospital. Mr. Lutes is In Memphis with her. Mrs. Pearl Hires and Mrs. W. H. Stovall are sepnding today in Memphis. : Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hill, Miis Mary Ball and Barry Ball spent Sunday in Memphis as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Pred Corkran. Miss Mary Frances Nunn left Sunday tor Chapel Hill, N. C., where she will continue work toward her Ph.D. degree. Mr. and Mrs. Pate Hurley and daughters have returned to their home in Dyersburg tiler having been here as the suestj of Mrs. Ethel Sneed. Miss Luna Wllhelrh and Mr. and Mrs. Jake Huffman, Condition of E. B. Lloyd of Yarbro who Is ill In Memphis Baptist (ARK.)' COURIER KElfl Officers Named' AfWMUMeeting A combined bmlnan and pro- f«m BMeUnc »f the WMU of Uw *>«* B.pito. church *u held y«- MrtUjr at th« church during which officer* fer the group.were 52I-M4M1S By Sue Burnett A smoothly fitting slip that's! tailored to perfection on easy to | sew princess lines. Matching "pan- j ties make as pretty a set as you'll • find. Few pattern .pieces and a clearly illustrated sew chart guide I you quickly. .. I Pattern No. 8364 .comes in sizes I 14, 16, 18, 20; 40, 42. 44. Size 16,' slip, 4'i yards of 39-inch; panties. 1-Xi yards. • . For this pattern, send K cents In COINS, your name, address, size j (leslrc-rt. and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News ! 530 South wells street, Chicago 7,{ III. . I Send 25 cents today for the new ; Kill and Winter of FASHION. This • isle-it Issue K filled with news and' sljles for R smart winter wardrobe; ! interesting features; free gift pat-' tern printed Inside the book. Thursday, September 21 In Observance of the Religious Holiday BEE HIVE STORE BLACK and WHITE STORE FEINBERG'S •" GRABER'S- HESS'S JIEDEL'S L/INSKY'S LLOYD'S STORE THE NEW YORK STORE X I- ROSENTHAL, INC. ZELLNER'S Hri. Tut Kln«, pr«UJ»nt. opened lh« meettnf with joint repeating M the watchword and linjlni of th» VVMU hymn. :-, " Mrs. Theodore U>fan led the Kroup In prayer after which Mrs. E, H. McC.-ure directed the pro- trim, "c»n You R«»d?" "He That ReadeUv" was the devotional pretented by Mr«. bog an follower with prayer by Mrs. Marion WllUami and croup singing. Mrs. c. S. Whit* spoke to the group with "Each On« Teach One, R«ach One for Christ" being her subject. A duet, "How Long Must W« Walt?" was sung by Mn. Marvin lUzer and Mr». Dick Melton. Mrs. McClure suggested a list of blestlnii for which the group should pray followed by silent prayer to clow the program porllon. Officers named for the year during the business session were—Mis, Ted King, president; Mrs., Charles Ev>ns. young people's director- Mrs J- T. Westbrook, first ^vlce president; Mrs. Marion WuMUms. second vice president; Mrs;-Billy Woolen, recording secretary, Mrs. Dale S wanner,., corresponding; secretary; Mrs. Charles Ray Newcbmb, Jr.; stewardship chairman;' Mrs. W. J. Rodgers and Dr.-'Edn» Nies, business womens sponsors. Circle chairmen—Mrs. Tom W. Jackson, Circle One; Mrs. Walter Bishop. Circle Two; Mn. Jim Crafton, Circle Three; Mrs. M. :C. outlaw, Circle Pour; Mrs. B. P. Hardin. Circle Five; MM: Lloyd Stic'kmon. Circle Six; Mrs. Vesta Rowen, Circle Seven; Mrs. Thelnrm • Atkins, Circle Eight. Mrs. Ebb Carson, mission study chairman; Mrs. Harry Brooks, jocial; Mr!. D. B. Bledsoe and Mrs: E. B. woodson; community mission chairmen; Mrs. C. L. McWaters. Sr., intercessory prayer; Mrs, Pearl Hires, publicity; ant) Mrs. c. S. Lemons, orphanage. The members' drew names for Circle membership. : Hospital,- Is reported as serious, Mrs. Llo.vd Is In Memphis with him. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Deen have returned Irom a vacation spent at points of Interest in Missouri and Arkansas. They spent several days in Mammoth - Springs, Ark., . as guests ot Mi. and Mrs. Buddy Joe Layton, former Blytheville resi- aei.f... . Miss Mary Sue Crafton. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Crafton of Blytheville, has pledged Delta Delta Delta sorority-at Brenau, Gainesville. Ga.. where she is a freshman, it was announced today.: Miss Malinria Lou Gholson of McLeansboro. III., arrived last night for several days visit 'as guest of Miss Dorothy Lum and her parents. Miss Gholson and Miss Lum are former classmates at Washington University, St. Louis. Miss Gholson will leave Friday for the university where she will resume her studies. She Is 1 a member of the sophomore class and Delta Delta Delta social sorcritj-. Miss Mary Van Sneecl of Memphis was the weekend guest of ; her mother. Mrs. Ethtl Sneed. They had as their weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Ii. O. Clark of Paris, Tex. O. H. DeLong was removed to his home fit 217 E. Kentucky today from the Blytheville Hospital where he had been undergoing treatment. PAGE SEVE& 1th a prayer •followed by a re- iorl on the Seminary meeting conducted last'week in Lepanto. 'The Secret of powe-r" way (ha devotional presented by Mrs. Gen- He McGhehcy after which Mrs. J, v. Maloncy adjourned (he mc'et- wllh a prayer. Church Women Have Meeting A general meeting of the Presbyterian Women was held yesterday afternoon In the absemonL of the church, with Mrs.'G. W. Dillahunty directing the meeting. "And Learn of Me"- was y-ie' subject of the program presented by Mrs. W. E. Hodges. Following a -husinej.s session the mceting*'was adjourned. Hostesses for the social hour following were Mrs. E. M. Woodard, Mrs. Ed Rice and Mrs. Leslie Hoop- Coming Events Social Calendar Thursihij Double Four plays bridge at homo of Mrs. B. B. Dickinson. Mrs. J. C. Ellis hostess to OctoKe Club. , Mrs. Do^n Whitney entertains Thursday nook club. Kibitzer Club meets with Mrs. Harry A. Halnes. Saturday Miss Barbara Child becomes bride of Edwin Louis Bach In ceremony at limmaculate conception Church at 9 a.m. Eight Attend Y.W.A. Meeting Eight members of the Young Womens Auxiliary of Calvary Baptist Church met night, nt the home of Alice Priest for IheAveckly meeting. Prayer led by Alice Priest followed with n devotional by Jean Norman opened Ihc meeting. Miss Bonnie Webb, directed the program ".State Missions" with Misses Mary Nell McHrlde. Luclnda Cole. Evelyn Jo Hudson' nnd Mrs. Kdgnr Cain, participating. A special offering was made for state mlssinns followed by the meet- Ing adjournment with sentence prayers. ' ' The hostess served refreshments. (•Rain in the Khasl hills of northeast India once totalled 305 uiches In-a single year. It requires a ton of water to finish the v>oolcns for a three-piece suit. WCTU Re-Elects Present Head DENVER, Sept. IB. (AP>—Mrs. D Leigh Colvln o( Evrnston, III, hns been reclectcd president of 'the Women's Christian Temperance Union. Other officers elected nt the organization's annual convention yesterday Included: Mrs. Glenn G. .Hayts of Ransom', Kn.s.. vice president, nnd Mr.', Blanche Butts of St. Joseph, Mo, corresponding secretary. Mrs. Fiut!.s is president of the Missouri' Mrs. F. Robinson Hostess to Board Mrs. Freeman Robinson wns hostess yesterday nfternoon nt her home on Walnut t(, nine members of the Christian Women's Fellowship Executive Hoard of the First Christian Church lor n business session Mrs. Rupert Crafton. '-president, presided over the meeting ' during which minutes of the previous meeting nnd reports from committee chMimen were rend. Following the adjournment, Mrs Robinson served refreshments. The rooms In which the nftarnoon was spent held boiirnict.'; of mixed summer flowers. Mrs. W. L, Green Conducts Meeting Mrs. W. L. Green conducted the weekly meeting of the WSCS o: the Lake Street Methodist Churcl last nlffht In the absence of the president, Mrs. Billy King. Mrs. Green opened the meeting l.lslcn to KI.CN at 10:10 a.m. and -1:00 p.m. Ihiily (or oui program announcements-, lio.v Office Opens at 1:45 Shoii Starts 2:00 p.m. Continuous Smivrlng Everyday Twxday & Wednesday !SSr' JOHN LUND CORINNE CALVtT DIANA LYNN' WILSON HALWAILIS nooucwi. - _ _ __ Sclcciccl Short Subjects 'AIR COOLED" Rox Office Opens (>:.|5 Show Sturls 7:00 p.m. Tuesday £ Wednesday GORDON «AE KEW WMNEH BROS. SEXSMIOK /•*« VIHCElifsMEAMUl JJS'fSUX'Sfi.'Sf^i It has been estimated that erosion destroys the equivalent of half a million acres of U.S. farm land every yenr. 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