The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 2, 1950 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 2, 1950
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PAGE FOUB BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS witORSDAY, MARCH 2, 1930 Jint (9 . J. eXKUelty Sheiton, Society Editor f Phone 4461 Miss Freeman To Wed In Afternoon Ceremony Miss Peggy Jean Freeman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Freeman, is today making known the plans for her marriage to Pliil Eugene Simmons, son of .Mr. and Mrs. U. P. Simmons of Hot Springs.' The double ring ceremony will bo satd March 5 at the Lake Street Methodist Church t 2:30 p.m. The Rev.-Linza Harrison, pastor, will of- ficlole. Mrs. Earlene Blankenshlp will present a program of nuptial music with Miss Louise Sulllran vocalist. Preceding the ceremony, the tapers will be lighted by Miss George Aim Slilwell. Mrs. Jeraldhie Farmer will attend her sister as matron of honor. Miss Betty Joe Stiles will serve as bridesmaid. • Billy Joe Smith of Hot Springs will serve us best man with Roland Rounsaeville and Denny Byrum as ushers. Immediately following the ceremony a reception will be held for members of'.the wedding party and immediate families ot the couple. • * • Luncheon Clubs Meets; Si". Patrick Is Motif . St.-Patrick's Day was the choscr motif for the luncheon-bridge meet ing of the Wednesday Club yester day at the home ot Mr. F. E. Black Two guests, Mrs. John Lane and Mrs. Monroe Crane, attended the meeting A low bowl brimming with vivid jonquils centered the table frou which the two course luncheon ~wa served. Other table appointment and decorations were In keeping will the approaching St. Patrick's Day. In the bride immediately follow ing luncheon, Mrs. W. .1. Wundcrlicl won high and Mrs. E. J. Cure secoii' high. Mrs. Nash Is Guest With Tuesday Club Mrs; Louis Nnsh was guest Tucs day with members of the Tucsda Club when Mrs. W. C. Higginsoi •was hostess to the grovip at he home for a dessert .bridge. Gladioli In crystal vases decorate the room In which the members an guests spent the afternoon in bridgi Mrs. Charles Crlgger, Jr., won hie and Mrs. Nash second high. Mrs. Thompson Hostess To High Two Club Mr*j. Robert I. Thompson wa hostess last night at her home I the High Two Club and two guest for a bi-monthly meeting. Mrs. Randall Hawks and Mrs. Harry Bradley were the club's guests.. Bridge was played in the entertaining room with Mrs. Hawks being high scorer and Mrs; Paul IJoyd second high. Jonquils and bowls ot vari-hued spring flowers decorated the room in which the evening was spent. Preceding the game the.hostcss eerved * dessert course. Club Eight, Guest Meets; Mrs. Jobe Is Hostess Mis. S. C. Owens was guest yesterday at the meeting of Club Eight when Mrs. Paul Jobe was hostess to the group at her home. A dessert course preceded the afternoon bridge which was played in •Irs. Faught Is Wed 'o Lehman Gean Mrs. Jane Houchln Faught of Jlythcvilte became the bride of Lehi£\n Gcan of Blytheville in a double ing ceremony performed Friday, Feb. 24th, ft! the home ol Mr. and trs. W. E. Lott. The Rev. Curl Ciulleman of the Gosnell Baptist Church officiated t the service, Tall vasrs from which brlturned link gladioli flanked the Improvised liar where the wedding party stood or the exchange of vows. Mrs, Lott, sister of the bridegroom, .ttended as matron of honor and inly attendant. She chose a blue gaberdine suit with which she wore ed accessories. The bride selected a grey costume Hit with blue accessories. She pin- led a corsage of red rosebuds at her shoulder and carried a white >rayer book. Mr. Lott attended as best man. A reception was held immediately "ollowing the ceremony for member. 1 of the wedding party and guest 1 ;. A hice tiered wedding cako topped .he lace draped bride's table with R miniature bride and groom rested on the wedding cake. Punch ami cake were served the guests by Mrs. Curios Beville and Mrs. J. E, Jcnning. After a southern wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. Genii will be at home in Blytheville where the groom Is associated with the Missoo Implement Company. Alpha Belas Meet; Mrs. Taylor Hosless Mrs. C. C. Denton and Miss Frances Marsh were guests last night with members of the Alpha Betu Bunco Club when Mrs/ Bill Taylor was hostess for the werkly meeting. Potted plants rmd trailing Ivy were placed In tlie room in which the guests spent the evening in bunco. Mrs, Lane Nowell was high score winner. Miss Marsh won low and Miss Dorothy Druery bunco. During the evening, the hostess served a salad plate with Iced drinks. Mrs. W. D. Cobb PTA President Mrs. \V. D. Cobb was elected president for the 1950-51 session of the Junior High School PTA Tuesday afternoon at a cau meeting of the group. ., Other officers selected by the group were vicc-prcslrlent, Mrs. H W. Wylle; secretary, Mrs. W. H Caldwell; treasurer, Mrs. Charles arigstoh; and historian, Mrs. S. G, wens. Following the election a film con- rning .the activities of UNESCO as shown the group. During the afternoon refresh- en ts were served. Vliss Austin Is Married To Raymond Grand! • Miss Nine Sue Austin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Austin of Dell, >ecame the bride of Raymond Grand!, sou of Mr. and Mrs. O. Grandi of Memphis, in a ceremony performed Feb. 25 at Dell. The single ring vows were i changed at the home of the Hcv. M. iriffln, Mrs. Vernon Sawyer attended her sister as matron of honor and only attendant. She was dressed in a rock ot brown crepe with which she wore bronze wore a shoulder yellow carnations. accessories. She arrangement of The bride was dressed In an afternoon frock of luggage tan with harmonizing brown accessories. She wore a corsage of yellow carnations to complete her wedding costume. Mr. Sawyer served Mr, Grandi as best man. Mr. and Mrs. Grandi will be home at 1313 S. Laurdale In Memphis. Miss Freeman Feted Chryslal-Silver Shower Blue and yellow was the chosci colors for the crystal-silver shower feting Miss Peggy Freeman who will become the bride of Phil Eugene Simmons of- Hot Springs, Sunday. Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Ross nounce the birth of a daughter last night at Walls Hospital. The bahy who Is their first child, lias bcci named Patsy Lee. Mrs. Ross Is the former Miss Billle Hawkins, riai'gh ter of Mr. and Mrs, M. L. Hawkins Mr. and Mrs. Mike Simmons announce the birth of a daughter yes lerday at Walls Hospital. The baby has not been named. She is thel; first child. Mrs. Simmons is thi former Miss Marcella Kallite of Toledo. Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. "Roy Sheppard spen yestcrciay in Memphis whore Mrs Sheppard consulted a specialist. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Trotter o Memphis announce the birth of H son Feb 13 In a Memphis HospHa The baby, who Is their first chlU has been named, .lames Rich arc Mr. Trotter formerly made his horn in Blytheville. Mrs. Vernon Thomasson has tinned to her home in St. Louis af tcr a three weeks visit here ns cues of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E Gillespic. Mrs. J D. McDowell has rnturnr from Monphan, La., where she spci several weeks as guest ol her sis ters. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Hen ton, Jr., ot El Dorado, announce the birlh of a son, Feb. 13 In F,l Porndo. The baby has been named Norman Monroe, Mrs. Beaton is the former Normadine Kavanaugh. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Kavanaugh. The family made their home in Blytbeville for three years while being members of the Order of the i Mr. Kavanaugh was Post Adjutant Eastern Star. j at the Blvlhoville Army Air Base. The shower feting Miss Freeman Mrs. W. C. Smith of Jackson, •as given Tuesday night immediate- I Miss., has returned to her home t following the regular Eastern Star after spending several clays hern as leeting at the Masonic Hall. guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Web- Assovtcd party foods were served s ^ c Mrs Webster and Mrs. Smith ae 40 guests from the tea table I nre sisters. LUXORA NEWS! By Mrs. G C. J>rlvcr A surprise birthday party honor- ng Charles Bennett was given Feb. 27 at the home of his sister, Mrs. Raymond Smith, with 23 guests attending. The evening was spent In games with .several contests being played and prizes presented. Jonquils ana yellow bells were ar- rangoci throughout the home for the occasion. Topping the dining table was a Jarge birthday cake on which icstec 15 lighted candles. Assorted party foods wore, served buffet style. Mrs. Pete Bennett was co-hostess for the affair. Hostesses were Mrs. Cook and Mrs, J. D. Smith with the guests Bargain Night Evcrj Night Except Salnrdaj No passes honored on Sondaj at •iTie KOXT Box Omce Opens 6:45 Thursday & Friday JANE WYMAN LEW AYRES 'JOHNNY BELINDA' WARNER BROS 1 . CHARLES BICKFORD AIMS MOORtMHO SILfKEN U<MILY Selected Short Subject* c entertaining room of the home ases filled with pussy willow am nqnils added a spring touch to IE scene. In the game Mrs. R. O. Allen won Igh.and Mrs. Jobe second high. Comincr Events Social Calendar Thursday . Nl 1 Phi MIL sorority meets at home of Ncmn Burhs. 130 Doiigan, for a penny simper at 6:30 p m Prltlay Alpha Delia Chapter of Beta Slsma Phi meets at Hotel Noble at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. p E. Black and Mjss Betty Black entertain feting Miss Woodson. t Mr. and Mrs John c. McHaney and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. cHancy have rehearsal slipper for embers of the Woorison-Mcllaney cdtiing party. Mrs.J. W. Shouse and Miss •anccs Shouse fete Miss Wnod.-on. Miss Bettye Foster and Mr. nlpli Patton arc married at 10:00 m, In ceremony at First Baptist llnich. Chapter "N" of PRO Sisterhood eets at the home of Mrs. Chester aldwell with Mrs. L. E. Old. co- ostcss. Dorcas Class of the First Baptist hurch meets at home of Mrs, n Wade, Sr.. with Mrs. C. L. Me- Half Moon 1 News •' II Mr. and Mrs. Orvill Mitchell were in New Orleans (lie past, week where they attended the Mardi-Gras. Mr. and Mrs, R. L. Hawkins spent the weekend in Blythevlllc with their son, T. C. Hawkins who has been a patient at Walls Hosplta Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Yankee of near Jonesboro spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs..Earl Wat kins. Mrs. Yankee is the former Mis; Lucille Watkins. Mr. and Mrs. Jimtor Ingram spenl the past week with friends and relative.'; in Oran, Mo. Mrs. Ernest Lee Bf'ker accompanied them. Mr. and Mrs. Gurdeon Howard arc visiting in PigRott with Mrs. Howard's brother. Thomas Thurmond. Allen Baker visited in Essex, Mo., the past week with hts son, Joe Baker and family. Karl Watkins has returned home after spending two weeks at Wal- donburg with his brother. Pear] WaUins. Condition of Mrs. S. P. Martin who suffered- a heart attack Sunday morning in Mesa, Ariz., Is much improved. Mrs. Martin, who is spending thp- winter months hi Arizona, is confined Lo n Mesa hospital. Mrs. W. Q. Boyd nnd daughters, Linda and Brenda. are scheduled to sail today from San Francisco for Japan to Join -their husband ancJ father. Capt. Boyd, who is there ffnl r " "" ] with the occupational nrmy. Mrs. Both Mrs. D. C Freeman mother Boyd fs tllc former Miss Gloria f the honoreo. and Miss Freeman Martln of Blytheville. tire members of the Order of the 1 Jon J " Ross of HousLon - ^ CXii s, 'Inch was centered with a low bowl lied with dainty yellow and blue lowers flanked by burning tapers et in crystal holders. During the evening gifts were ptc- *ented the honorec, who was dressed frock fashioned of ice blue repe. She pinned a gift corsage of vhlle Iris at her shoulder. Mrs. Cook and Mrs. Smith prc- idert over the tea table during the Eastern Star. A Group Has • Program Meeting The QA's of the Numgcr Nine Baptist Church met Tuesday night at the Church for a program mcet- ng. . • Those participating were Lillie Mae Northcutt, Sue Coats, and Martha Lee Hart. I The dismissal prayer was led by Mrs. Rucl Hntlcy. counselor. was the guest of his sister, Mrs. J, R. Webster, Sunday. lie arrived Ir Mcmnhis by plane and was motored to Hlytheville for the days' visit. At Fne Hospitals Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Welbur Kelly and baby, III. 1 Mrs. W. J. Willingham and baby City. Tom Bishop. Caruthersvllle. Mrs. Herman Decanter. Sfeele. Danny McGaughcry, Rt. 2. Baby Tilden n. Slavcns. City. COLOR is a man's word, too! Continuous Shows Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 0:00 i.m 1^:45 p.m. 4:30 Jim LISTEN TO KLCN Thursday & Friday Pdiamounl preseoli WILLIAM" HQ JOANQttiFIOD BILLY DE "WOLFE ilOjVA FREEMAN DearWe Paramount News & Selected Short. Continuous Showing Everyday March 5*6 "WHIRLPOOL" will! Gene Ticrncy and Richard Coule March 7, 8, 9 'BATTLEGROUND" with Van Johnson, Walter 1'idgeon, »nd John HodLak 500 Rose Bushes Two-year-old field grown bushes. Hiirciy varieties. Each 49 FLOWER MART Memphis Highway Phone fiO()2 Van Bold $395 every color to color your personality VanHeusen REG. T. M. shirts in new pastels Beat the gnls at tlirir own game . . . \villi color! \ r an Hcuscn paslcls in new he-man shades have a positively psychological cITcct. And you get that vnal-a-man look from Van HciiECn magic sewmanship and smarl collar styling. Wide-spread Van Hold vilh half-inch slilching, extra-wide center pleat, French cuffs. more delegates to the Lutheran Women's Missionary League Zone Rally In Memphis during the month of April. A round table discussion of "Willing Women For Service To Christ" followed after which the meeting was adjourned with prayer. In the sonlal hour following re- freshments were served. During world War I, Marlnt Corps aviation consisted of 282' officers and 2,180 enlisted men. Read Courier News Classified \dj FITTED SHOES' Make the Difference Christian Church V\eet Continues An evangelist*: inceUllg, miner IE direction of the .Rev. Milton;; nnd Mrs. Drttvson, is nov: In regress at the First christlnn Inucl: and will continue each evc- iiiK. except, Monday, through lurch 12. Highlights of each service will be _>ccial music trios, and choir nl arions churches In town. Churches ) he represented are The First hurch of the Naxsircnc. Lake Street Methodist' Church. Presby- erian choir. Assembly of God and of the Layman's Calvary Circles Continue Meeting The third In a series of meetings if the Week of Prayer programs was concluded yrslerday by Circles One. TV." rind Five of Calvary Baptist Church at the home ol Mrs. P. H Jerntgnn. "O For A Thousand Tongues To Sing" was the. opening hymn followed with prayer which was led by Mrs. Elmo Connell. A devotional taken from Acts and Psalms was given by Mrs. Inez Gentry after which another program on the week theme, "On Our Doorsteps" was presented. Mrs. R. E. Smothers was In charge of the discussions with Mrs. Gerald- itle Hindi. Mrs. Jernigan, Mrs. H. J Fonrlren and Mrs. James Rambo participating. I'rayeis were led by Mrs. Jernigan, Mrs. Rcba Priest and Mrs. Porter Miller after which the group sand. "Take My Life and Let It Be." Mrs. Jim England closed the meeting with prayer. :alvary Baptist. Tonight men -CMgllc of the Church will attend Brotherhood Supper meeting at he Jewish Temple. Tlie group will cave the Church at 8:10 in order to 'ml the supprr. Lutheran Guild Has Meeting Mrs. CJ. Mci.ulcr.wns Tuesday nieht to nine members and one guest, the Rev. Miesslcr, of the Lutheran's Women's Guild In the fellowship Hall of th The Rev. Meissler meeting with a scripture reading and prayer after which as business meeting was conducted. 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