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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, January 31, 1950
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PAGE FOUR BLYTnEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, JANUARY 31, 1950 Society, NewA* Jane Shelton, cltou, Society Editor f Phone 4461 Theima Rice Is Married To Ray Dell Putman Miss Thelnm Rice, oj IHythc- vllle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. I. Rice of BIytlicville, became the bride of Ray Dell Putrnan, son of Mrs. Nettie Putman of Hot Springs, in a ceremony performed Jan. 23 in the First Baptist Church at Hot Springs. The double ring vows were exchanged before a small group o( relatives and friends in the pastor's study with the Rev. Mr. Dodge, pastor of the church, officiating • Mrs. Enzelle Turker, sister of the groom, attended as matron of honor. She chose an afternon gown of blue taffeta with complement- inp blue accessories. The bride was dressed in a navy blue tailored suit with which she wore gray accessories. Her bridal flowers were white carnations. Clyde Putman served his brother as best man. The bride is a graduate of Bly- thevllle High School where she participated in extra cnrricular activities. Prior to her marriage she was connected with the Universal C. I. T. offices.In BIytheville and Kennett, Mo. Mr. Putman is a graduate of a Hot.Springs High School and is now R seaman first class In the Navy. He will receive his discharge within the next few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Putrnan arc now at home In Hot Springs. * * • Miss Harris Marries In Searcy Ceremony Mr. and. Mrs. J. F. Harris of Manila are today announcing the marriage of their daughter, Betty Ijou, to Frank Garficld Lewis, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Garfield Lewis of Dell. Th e a ingle ring cc rem ony was performed Jan. 24 in Searcy by the Elder E. C. Perrow at his home. Miss Betty Enslcy of BurdcUc attended the bride as mnid of honor and only attendant. _, The bride chose for her wedding costume a grey suit with which she wore navy accessories. She pinned a white orchid nt her shoulder. Jack Lewis, brother of the groom, aerved as best man. Following a short wedding trip Iitr. and Mrs. Lewis are now at, home In Dell where Mr, Lewis is engaged In farming. . ' Mrs. Lxtwis has been complimented at several affairs recently. Preceding her marriage she was feted at a lingerie shower at the home •of Mrs. T. A. Bourland. * Last night -Mrs'. J. A. StaLlcr, Mrs. Wanda Lee Stutts and Mrs, Lorenc Stutts entertained with a misccl- • laneous shower at the Stattler home. '"". The Valentine theme was repented throughout the decorations with refreshments served in complement. to the chosen theme. - The evening wns spent In bridal games In the rooms In which wns arranged bouquets of white gladioli and greenery. • During the evening the guest of honor was showered with gifts from the group. Mrs. Welch Fetes With Dessert Badge Parties Mrs. Loy Welch has been hostess at her home on Ash Street for several dessert bridge parties during the past week. The 16 guests who nttcnded the first party which was given Thursday were seated at individual tables nvhlch were topped with colorful begonias set In attractive clny pot- terj vases. A bowl of gladioli topped the dining table with a vnse of paste! shaded carnations and snapdragon? ranging In hues of pale pink to vivid reds arranged in the room in which bridge was played. In the game. Mrs. John Caudil won high, Mrs. Chester Caldu'el second high and Mrs. w. P. Pryor low. Continuing the entortalnmen was the party Saturday honorinf 20 guests. Preceding the game a d course was served after which the guests were sealed at the indivitlua tables for bridge in which Mrs O. W. McCutchen won high. Mis. Neal I_uckctt second high and Mrs. Arthur Brletey of O.sccola. low. Out of town guests attending the Saturday party were Mrs. Alfred Pigg ami Mrs. Hrickcy of Osccola. • * • Mrs. Wolters Feted At Dessert Bridge Mrs. Joe Hiues WoUers of C;ira- way, who for the past week was the houscsuest of Mr. and Mrs. J. C- Ellis. Jr., and family, wns complimented Saturday when Mrs. J. C. sails was hostess at her nnr- field home with a dessert bridge. The three tables of Bursts were seated in the entertaining room tn which was arranged vases holding japonira blossoms v;lth tl:o central point of intcrost bcins !he mantel on which rested o low bowl of white carnations and .-n;jpd:--^.ns interspersed with reel chenille hearts and puffs of rnnlino. In the bridge game Mrs. Joe Evrard won high with Mrs. John- Mrs. Itay Doll 1'LI I man Mrs. lYank Carfiuhl Lewis, J.r Parly for Thirty-Five Feles Gary, Janie Ellis Thirty-five children attended the double birthday party honoring Gary mid Janie Ellis, children of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Kills. Jr., Friday iftcrnoon at. the Country Club. 3ary celebrated his fourth birthday and .Innle, her, second. A profusion of assorted balloons, 'loated from the walls, ceilings, and :handlicrs of the large entertaining room in wliich the afternoon wns ipcnt in games and informal en- ertainment. The meny-go-roumi theme wns bosrn for the table appointments >f the long white clothed table at. vhich the guests were seated for cc cream and cake during the af- crnoon. Two large while birthday 'akes each topped with a colorful carrousel were arranged on cither md of the table. Arranged at iu- ervals on the table were Identical ^nrrousels to those topping the cakes. Centering the colorful scene vas a bowl of nbundi-nt white car- lations and snapdragons set in wirls of vivid red mnllnr mingled vith clicnillc hearts. Red. blue and gold place cards. In complement to the carrousel colors, nade (o resemble boys and girls of liffercnl Innds marked each guests' ilace at (he long table. During the afternoon the guests 'fished" with each child being presented a (oy from the large "pond." Mrs. Ellis was assisted during the afternoon by Mrs. nines Wolters of laraway. Mrs. John S. Fields and Mrs. J. C. Ellis, grandmother of the lonorets. During the afternoon group pic- irea were made and each child was presented balloons. The mothers' of the young guests were served coffee and cake during '.he afternoon. Out of town guest was "Dusty" Wolters of Caraway. • * • . EO Club Meets; ^ VIrs. Evrarcl Hostess "^ AH members of the GEO club were present last night lor the meeting which wns held at the home of Mrs. Joe Evrard. In the bridge which was played during the evening, Mrs- Joe Mc- Hnuey won high and Miss Jcttye Claire Huffman bridge. During the evening Mrs- Evrard served a dessert course. Mrs. Elliott Hostess For WMU Program Members of the Armorel WMU :net yesterday at the home of Mrs 3. C. Elliott for the yearly community mission program with 12 members present. "Dethroning Self and ffnthronins Christ" was the program topic for ;hc all day meeting. The morning session was opene* with the singing of the hvmn "A] The Way My Saviour Leads Me followed with prayer which was let by Mrs. S. H. Rcbstock. Mrs. Leonard Cox gnv* fljc tlovo •ional which was taken from Mai ;hew and John after vhicn Mrs tf. C. Patterson opened the mir.'.ni program with a discussion of "llav! I Dethroned Myself," Mrs, Fran' May discussed "Enthroning Cl Through Prayer" follower! by Mrs Hugh Dixons' talk on, "Enti.ronm Christ Through Personal Witness Ing." The morning session closet with the singing of the song, " Surrender All." "Enthroning Christ In Our Com munity" wns the theme of the after noon session with the group singfn for the opening hymn. "Standing o the Promises" after which Mrs. Her ry led In prayer. Mrs, Charles Brown "Enthroning Christ With llic Word followed by the rtcvotlonnl whfc! was given by Mrs. Elliott. Mrs. Frank May dismissed Hi group with prayer. A PRETTY PAIR Mr. Hiid MM. L. F. May, Mr. and Mrs, Joe Mines Wolters and .son, k>c DLLS I on, of Caraway were the lunday guesU of Mrs. May's moth- r, Mrs. Louise Yarbro, Mrs, Cora Anderson and daugh- er, Miss Sunny Anderson, and son, Max, have returned from Camp iood at Temple, Texas where they '1stted as guests of their daughter ind fi-stcr, Mrs. Billy Wicks, Mr Vicka and son. They aLso were the jtie.sts of Sgt. and Mrs. W. A. Har•ell and daughter. They were joined at Camp Hood by another son and brother, Pic. John Anderson Jr., of *Y>rt Sill, Okla. Pfc. Anderson was en route overseas. Condition of Mrs. G. G, Saliba *3r., who has been ill at her home 00 E. Vine, for some time, is sat- sfactory. Mrs. Saliba was recently •cmoved to her home from a loca lospltal. Mrs. John Cope of is vis (ing in Dell as guest of her daugh ,er, Mrs. Charles Kcnnctl and Mr •Cenneth. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lee Smith am Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wallace Imve re ;urncd from Detroit and Chlcag where they attended the privat showing of the 1951 Kaiser in Detroit which was held for dealer's and their guesUs, En route to Bly- ihcviile they visited In Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Todd Gray of Dexter. Mo, announce the birth of a daughter, Sara Janctte, Sunday night, at Doctor's Hospital in Pop- ar Bluff, Mo, They huvc another child, a son, Alfred Todd, jr,, Mrs. Grity is the former Miss Sue Riuney of BIytheville. Mrs. Miles, sister of Mrs, Gray, and daughter Sally ,of Superior, Wis., will retttrn here today after having spent several tiays in Dexter a.s guest of Mr. and Mrs. Gray and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lcloti Hca and children spent the weekend in the southern part of Mississippi. R. A. Friend and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Friend, had as their weekend guests two ol R. A As fellow classmates at University of Arkansas, Pat Reeves ami Perry Galloway, both of Augusta. On their return home yesterday they were accompanied by Mr. Friend and the three pian to return to FayeUeville today. As young and fresh as springtim is this junior sleeveless dress wit! brief bolero to match. And so ens to make for the youthful sewer Have the jacket match or contrast whichever you prefer. Pattern No. 8455 is a scw-rlt perforated pattern In sizes 11, 12 13, 14, IK and 18. Size 12, dress 3It yards of 35-inch; bolero, I ynrd For this pattern, send 25 cent? in COINS, your name, address, six desired, and the PATTERN NUM iiER to Sue Burnett, Courier New 530 South Wells Street, Chicago III. The spring and Summer FASIOf Mrs. Hlckey to Address Garden Club Members Mrs. H. L. Hickcy of Joncsboro, formerly president of the Arkansas State Federation of Garden Clubs and now president of tile city council of Garden clubs of Joncsboro will be a guest speaker of the BtyttiDVille Garden club tomorrow. She will address the group during the business meeting. The club meets at 2:30 p.m. at the Woman's Club. son ulackwell winning second hlgh. During the afternoon Mrs. Ellis presented the guest of honor with a gift. Miss Seals Honored By Calvary YWA Group Thirteen members of the Calva YWA group gathered last nlgl at the home of Miss Bonnie Web from which they went to the home of Miss Aliline Seals, R shut-in, to present a special program and to observe her birthday. "I am the Lluhl of the World." was the theme of the program which was opened with prayer led by Mary Agnes Peeples. The program was presented by Mary Agnes and Konnie Jean Peeples, Martha Jane Wallace, and Patty Graham. The closing prayer was led by Alice Priest after which Miss Seal's birthday, complete with birthday cake, topped in "Happy Birthday Aldine 11 was celebrated. The hon- orce was presented a gift from the group. Miss Glenda Seals was the group's guest for the meeting. Rev. C. H. Hall Speaks To Dell WSCS, Guest The Rev. E. H. Hall was the guest speaker for the meeting of the Dell WSCS last night at the school Home Economics building. The Rev. Mr. Hall chose as his subject, "The Child and what We Can Do For it." Mrs.,, R. A- Grcenway gave the devotional for the evening. Immediately following the speech by the Rev. Mr. Hall, the hostesses, Mrs. Oral Hunnicutt. Mrs. Charles Kennett, served a sandwich plate to the 18 members and two guests, the Rev. Mr. Hall and Mrs. John Cope, of Scnath, who wore present WSCS Continues Study Of Japanese Conditions Tiny Japanese fails, complete with harmonizing ribbons, were presented to the members of the Lake Street WSCS who met yesterday at. the church for a business meeting and to study the fourth in the scries of lessons concerning Japan. The meeting was opened with thr; singing of the sons, ''Faith at Our Fathers" after which Mrs. Billy King presided over a brief business session. Mrs Joe Strickland was <n charge of the devotional which was open^c with the singing of the hymn, "Open Mine Eyes That T May See' niter ich \V. L. Green assisted Mrs. Strickland in the study lesson. At, the conclusion of the lesson Mrs. Strickland presented the fans to the group. Mrs. Iverson Morris led the closing prayer. lunior High Honor Roll s Announced Earl Nail, principal of Jimlor Ugh School, has announced the lonor roll for the third six weeks if the first semester and (lie semester honor roll. Seventh grade, third six weeks— Mores Adams, Joyce llooles, Jean Ira'dlcy, Joy Coleman, Norma Dais, Donna ncdman, Manya Blankenship, jean licacham. Eugene Uel:nap, Lawrence Bradley, Condon lush, Danny CoblJ, Jerry Edwards. 'Ilarencc Hall, James Hubbard. Earl Hyde. Jack Jackson, James Kitchens, Charles Lnnsston. Mary Ann Pisher. Martha Ann Foster, Carol Purman, Sue Jobe, Jeanette Hucy, Janice Johnson, R u t li Johnston Sue Keeling. Leoma Sample, Dorothy pope. Siim Lum, Jim Moore, Jerry Nail, Bertha Lewis. Yvonne Lovelace, Ola Mauley, Jlmmlc Moore, Patricia partlow, Glenda Penny, Nina Richardson. Bonita Rose. Barbara Sawyers, Ploy Lym Scott, Pattye Scott. Ann Seay, Carmon Simpson, Sherry Sparks Yvonne Stanley, LaNcal Siidbury Donna Sykes. carlenc Tale Barbara Watkins.' Betty Watson." Pallt Wright, Gail Whitsctt. Mary Alice Wroten. Etta Lou Ynncey, Patsy Yarbro, Eugene Still. Jimmy Thompklns. Maurice Webb. Raymond Wcstbrook, James Tubbs. Eighth grade, third six weeks— Evel.\ r n Bowci], Mary Kay Crafton Marjorie Daughterly. Eddie Eakes Billy GillKNV. Charles Ooforth Charles Ray Hall, Bobby Lee Hill Charles Henson, Clydell Eldridge Betty Garrott, Louise Gnff, Marj Ann Grimes, Barbara Griffin. Bertha Gaines, Nancy Hatnby, Annie Louise Handley, Ann Hester Ronda Johnson. David Jones, James Mills James Nelson. Britt Owens. Nancs Hollis. Carol Ann Hol^, Betty Johnson, Shirley Lovelady, Wanda Owens, Francis Rose, James Aller Walker, Carl Brown, Bob Childers Drcwy O'Dell, Jerc Strickland Maryiyn Shivlcy. Gailya Stillwell Peggy Webb and Patsy Weaver. Seventh grade, first semester— Dolores Adams, Nornia Davis v Man- Blankcnship, Jean Bctirjhnm WE, THE WOMEN SKA 8IaO Write/ Kulh MUIeU offers many Ideas for a smart new ! Lawrence Bradley, Condon Bush, wardrobe. Special fabric edition— "" more American Designer Originals —easy to sew styles—gift pattern printed inside. 25 cents. Coming Events Social Calendar At The Hospitals BIytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Daniel Guyman and baby, City Richard Stanftcld. Sleele, Mo. Patricia Ann Davis. City Holly berries nre comparatively scarce because only female trees produce berries, and then only weather is right. Junior High and High Schnol PTA groups meet for Parent Education Course at 7:45 p.m. at Home Economics Cottage. Wednesday The Lutheran Women's Guild meets in Fellowship Club Room at 8 p.m., Mrs. Etoscoe Lamb, hostess. Garden Club meets at Woman's Club at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Graham Sudbury hostess to Club Eight, Wednesday Club meets with Mrs. W. J. Pollard. Thursday Mrs. PL H. Houcliins entertains Mid -Week Club for lunehcon-briilgc. Avalon Bunco meets with Mrs. W. J- Cupplcs. Mrs. A.E. Henry hostess to Double- Four, Thursday Rook entertained by Mrs. G rover Wren. Thursday Contract meets with Mrs. O- W. McCutclicn. Mrs. Marvin Nunn hostess to Oc- tette Club. Miss Mary Van Sneed hostess to Nu Phi Mu sororiLy. Mrs. Monroe Itosharse co-hostess, Fridaj- Mrs. Alvin Huffman Jr., hostess to Chapter "N" of PEO at her home at 2:00 p.m. Mrs. W. P. Pryor and Mrs. W. S. Johnston hostess to the Alplia Delta Chapter of Beta Sis ma Phi in the Colonial Room of Hotel Noble at 2:30 pin. Friday Contract entertained by Mrs. Russell O. Farr, Danny Cobb, Lcroy Hall, Karl Hyde, Jack Jackson, Charles Langs ton, Carol Furman, Sue Jobe, Janice Johnson, Ruth Johnston, Sue Keeling, Sam Lum, Jim- Moore. Jerry Na 11, Ola Manlcy, Jimmic I,ee Moore, Patricia Part low, Nina Richardson, Barbara Sawyers, Pattye Scott, Ann Seay, Cannon Simpson, Sherry Sparks, Patricia Speck, Yvonne Stanley, LaNcnl Sutibury, Donna Sykes, Carlene Tale, Barbara Watkins, Betty Watson, Patti Wright, Gail Whltsett, Mary Alice Wroten, Etta Lou Yancey, Palsy Yarbro, Eugene Still. Jimmy Tomp- ktns, Maurice Webb and James Tubbs. Eight grade, first semester—Patricia Caldwell, Demitra Crews, Evelyn Bowen, Mary Kay Crafton Marjorie Daughterly, Charles Goforth, Betty Carrot t, Louise Golf, Barbara Griffin, Bertha Gaines, Nancy Haniby, Annie Louise Handley, Rondal Johnson, David Jones James Mills, Hiitt Owens, Nancj Hollis. Carnl Ann Holt. Lorna Horner, Freddie Holt, Betty Johnson Shirtey Lovelady, Wanda Owens James Allen Walker, Francis Rose Carol Brown, Bob Childrcss, Drewy O'Dell, Jerei Strickland. Maryiyn Shtvloy, Gailya Stilwell, Pe; Webb, Linda Tnylor, Patsy Weaver. ''Ever since we \ver married five years ago I've given my wife household allowance. Now she's not satisfied wtth that, but thinks we ought to have a joint checking account — some of her friends have. , "Since r have always been generous with her and given her money for the tilings she needs whenever she me I feel justified in .saying 'No' to the idea of a joint checking account. "Will you pleas discuss this matter in one of your columns?" Yes, sir, I'll be glad to discuss It. But you aren't going, to like what r have to say. Because I think yoiir wife is asking for something she is entitled to have—the right to be grown-up, tru.sted partner in your marriage. Yon say you have bcpn "gen- eoi-us" with your wife. That tells more than you think. It means you hand out money to your wife ! like a father to a child. Maybe that : makes you feel generous and big- hcartcd. Wife Feels Like A Beggar But have you ever stopped to think how it makes your wife feel to hy/e to ask you for money when she wa n ts to buy a d r c ss or a birthday gift for a relative, hoping that. you'll be in a "generous" mood? Not very kindly toward you. you may be sure. No woman feels kindly tounrtt a husband who puts her In a position where she has to ask him and hope for his "generosity" whenever she wants something. By all means, open up that joint checking account. You can feel just as "generous" with the money yon earn if you give your wife the chance to feel it belongs to both of you as you do by doling it out to her in small amounts. In fact you .should feel a lot Horp "generous" -- for you'll he thinking of your wife's feelings Armorel WMU Has All Day Meeting Dethroning Self and EtHhron- Ing Christ" was Uie chosen; theme for the Day of Prayer for a Community Missions program given yesterday at the NumbeT^ Nine Baptist Church by members of the WMU. The morning session of the meeting was opened with the singing of the song "When f Survey The Won- tlroiii Cross" after which Mrs. Raymond Whittle gave the devotional, "He that fiudeth his 'Jfc'shall lose it." Matt. 10:39. , The program under the direction of Mrs. Whittle, was opened with prayer led by Mrs. Josie Ray. The first topic of discussion "Have I Dethroned Myself" was presented by Mrs. Alice ,Coats. "Enthroning Christ Through Prayer," was given by Mrs. Be.ssie Rustin. Mrs. T. N. Johnson, president of the Rroup. read the scripture izrJf \ erencc after which the group ei' gaged m circle prayer. "Enthroning Christ Through Personal Witnessing" was given by the group followed by "Enthroning Christ In My Home" which was discussed by Mrs. Nellie Northcutt. A season of prayer followed after which lunch was served. Tiie afternoon session was opened with the topic "Enthroning Christ In Our Community," by Mrs. Whittle, followed by the singing of the sons, "Others." In conclufion the topic "Enthroning Christ with the Word" was discu-ssed by Mrs. Geneva Caldwell after which "Enthroning Christ Through Obedience" was discussed by Mrs. Ray. Mrs. Ray lead the dismissal prayer. rather than your own. "UHESCQ" Panel Topic For PTA Groups Members of the Junior High and High School PTA were urged today by the presidents of the groups la :ittend the Parent Education Course to be given tonight at the Home Economics Cottage at T;-15 p. m, A panel discussion, under the direction of Mrs. O. \V. Coppcdgc will be conducted. Those participating in the panel will be Mrs. Joe Ferguson, Mrs. J. P. Gnrrott. 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