The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 4, 1950 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, March 4, 1950
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?AGE TWO BLYTITEVILUS (AUK.) COUKIER NEWS BATUHDAY, MARCH 4, 1950 AlewA* Jane Sheltun, Society Editor Phone 4461 Mis? \Vooclson Feled At Final Bridal Events ' Further honoring Miss Betty Woodson, who will become the bride .of Robert C. McHaney this afternoon at 5 p.m.. were the bridal events Thursday afternoon and Friday. Mrs \v. O. Reeves, Mrs. Henry Dodd.-Mrs. William M. Jontz. and Mrs. R. li. Qalnes, were hostesses Thursday afternoon at the Reeves home with four tables of dessert canasta guests. The pastel shaded affair was given In the entertaining room of the home with bud vases filled with Jonquils centering each table. Place cards of tiny vaii-hucd bridal slippers, in keeping with the wedding theme, were used. ' Centering the lace draped dining table was a shell figure vase, topped with a figurine ol a woman. Mrs. Sullivan Is Wed To Grover Canada Mrs. Harriet Sullivan mul Grover. Canada were married last night in a ceremony performed at the bride's ionic before the immediate families. of the couple. The Rev. Lima Harrison of tlic Lake Street Methodist Church rend the single ring ceremony at 1 p.m. Floor baskets of white gladioli outlined the improvised altar for the exchange of vows. Vases of spring flowers were arranged throughout the home. Preceding the ceremony, "Always" was sung by Louise Sullivan, daughter of the bride, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Earlcne Blnnkcn- ship. another daughter. The bride was dressed in a navy blue tailored suit witli which she wore black accessories. She pinned a corsage of white carnations at her Birthdays Are Observed lu Craflon Family A spaghetti supjier for 10 guest. wns given last night by Mr. ant Mrs. W. L. Orafton nt Ihclr home In celebration of the 1-lth blrthdaj of their {laughter. Mary Kay. Following supper, the, .group play ed canasta and other gf.mes afu? which tiny individual cakes, toppec In IciiiK spelling out "Kay", wa served with Iced drinks. Low bowls of Jonquils were ar ranged around the entcrtalnin rooms. Jo Anne Crafton. daughter of Mr and Mrs. Crafton. was hotiorei Monday night when her parent entertained with a party feting he sixth birthday. The . little guest. amending spent (he evening ir games after which birthday cak and iced drink* were served. • * • resting on the side section. Talisman roses, pink delight roses and acacia brimmed from the luxuriant centerpiece. Gladioli in sdlmon shade decorated the tables of the room, with tiny orchid flowers floating In a thin crystal vase to complete the floral decorations. Miss Woodson, who WES dressed In a white wool frock with which she wore brown accessories, pinned a orchid, a gift of the hostesses, at her shoulder. Mrs.'E. B, Woodson, mother of the honoree. and Mrs. John C. McHaney. mother of Mr. McHaney •a ere each presented gift corsages of creamy gardenias. Miss Woodson was presented a silver bread tray from her hostesses. Sixteen guests were invited to attend a luncheon yesterday feting the bride-elect. Mrs. P. E, Black and Miss Betty Black were hostesses at the Country Club for a. green while party. The three course luncheon was served the guests from Individual tables with clusters of creamy white gardenias set In swirls of white malihe, topping each table. ^The large mantel was centered .with a low bowl brimming' with white snapdragons, roses and stock set in greenery. The luxuriant, cen- 'terpiece '• was flanked by lighted white tapers, each encircled In puffs of maline. Following the luncheon, the guests spent the afternoon in bridal games with gardenias being presented Mrs. Jack Chamblin, Miss 'Frances, Miss VIrgina Will- lams of Osceola, and Mrs; Harry A : . Halnes. During the afternoon Miss Woodson, who was dressed in a afternoon frock of spring print, was presented a gift^ . Mrs. E. B, Woodson, mother of'the honoree, and Mrs. John U. McHaney, mother of Mr. McHaney. were special guests. ! . Out - of town guests were Miss Virginia Williams, of Osceola, Miss Harriet Washington of Holly Grove, Msr.; Howard Graham and Mrs. Charles Affliek, jr., of Stecle. * . * • ' Rook Club Meels; Mrs. Huey Hostess Easter lilies decorated the enter. taming rooms of the J. O Hufcy home Thursday afternoin when Mrs. Huey was hostess to members of. the Blythevillc Rook Club for the weekly meeting. • In the game, Mrs. Russell males •won high, Mrs. Russell Wcrt .sec- shoulder. Following a southern wedding trip. Mr. and Mrs. Canada will be at home In Blytheville were Mrs. Canada Is director of the Mississippi County Public Welfare. Mr. Canada i.s owner and operator of Grover's Auto and Body Shop. • * • Parly Is Given For Church Group Bonnie and Mary Agnes Pceples were hostesses last night at their home to 1G members and four visitors of the Young Peoples Train- Ing Union Class nf Calvary Dnptisl Church for a social. Streamers of varl-hued crepe paper were suspended from the ceilings and walls of the rooms where the evening was spent In partv games and contest.*;. Assorted party foods were served during the evening by the hostesses who were assisted by their mother. Mrs. Onla Peeples. The social hour was concluded with prayer which was led by Edwin Barger. Guests attending were Shirley Morgan, Kenneth Young, Jnanltn Austin and Max Peeples. Bits of News NEAT SHIRTWA1STER G. Daws ond high and Mrs. rooko. At the conclusion of the gome refreshments were served. * 4 • Mis. Adams Hostess To Double Four Club Mrs. V. C. Holland was gucs Thursday afternoon with the double Four Club when Mrs. Love Adams was hostess to the group. Spring flowers decorated the .room in which bridge was nlaycn with Mrs. Adams winning higl score. Second high prize went to Mrs. Holland. At the conclusion of the game, salad course was served. Vis. Grear Is Guest Wilh Lucky Rook Club Mrs. C. H. yesterday with Aicky nook Club when Mrs." Cecil Grear was guest members of the hostess for the weekly 'rlest waj meeting. Easter lilies, set In pottery vases, added a touch of spring to the scene. High score was won by Mrs. Odte Condition ol O. N. Hawkins whr has been 111 at his home for the past I three days is Improved. Mr. and Mrs. S. F,. Cooper of Hamilton. Ala., arrived this week in Blytheville to make their home. Mrs. Cooper Is a sister to Mrs. Herman Wnlpole and Mrs. Ebb Sprndley of Blytheville, Mrs. D. C. McLean left yesterday to spend a week In Memnhis ,is guest of her daughter, Mrs, Paul Jones, Mr, Jones and family. Donald H-ey has arrived home from Key West. Fin., where he was stationed at the Naval Reserve submarine base to make his home with his parent Nf r . and Mrs. F. n. Huey. Mr. Huey will be connected "h his father in the trucking business. Mr. and Mrs. r .nklin Atkinson left todav for Memphis where Mrs. Atkins will leave by plane for nallns to visit as guest ol relatives. They were accomnanled to Memphis by Mrs. Pearl Hires who will visit her son-in-law, J. W. Dunn who is a natlent. at Dantist Hospital M's Dunn is In Mrmnlils with Mr. Dunn following a heart attack which he suffered earlier this week at their home in Union city. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bell of the F'romised Lund Community announce the birth of a son yesterday at Walls Hospital. Trie baby, who By Sue Burneli A well tailored shirtwaist styk that's as versatile as can be. Yoke and comfortable sleeves are all li one. the collar Is neatly notched le skirt falls smooth and free. Pattern No. 8313 comes In size. 4, 10. 18, 20; 40. 42. -14 and 46 i/e 16. 4'i yards of 30-inch., Don't miss the Spring and r Sum icr FASHION. The latest Issue 1; olorful, informative, — a complete attcrn magazine. Fabric n e«s 'ishion tops, a wealth of smar rocks to sew for summer are al eluded. 25 cents. ^ fluey, second high, Mrs. F B. Huey and rooko, Mrs. Grear. At the conclusion of the game a sandwich plate was served. • • ' * - VlYs. Shane Entertains Mid-Week Club, Guests A three-course luncheon at Rustic Inn preceding the \veekly bridge game entertained members of the Miii-Wcek Club ai Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Cecil Shane wns hostess to the club and guests, Mrs. Gean Atkinson, Mrs. F. E. Black, Mrs. Eiton Kirby, Mrs. M. A. Isaacs ami Mrs, W. C. Higginson. In the bridge game, high score, was won by Mrs. Lsaacs, second high, Mrs. Higginson and bridgo, Mrs. Atkinson and Mrs. Higginson. Spring flowers decorated the rooms of the Shane home where bridge was played. • * • Two guests Meet With Thursday Club Members Mrs. W. D. Chamblin and Mrs. E. J. Cure were guests with members of the Thursday Club for the luncheon-bridge meeting at the Country Club. Spring flowers set in pottery vases topped the servhig table with harmonizing bouquet.-; arranged about the room. In the bridge games following. Mrs. Russell Phillips won high.'and Mrs. R. F Kirshner second high is their third child, hns not been named. Mr. and Mrs, Harvey Lvnn. Morels will arrive tomorrow from Lo:ip Beach, Calif., for a' week's . visit with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Morris. He is a quartermaster In the U.S. Const Guard, Dorcas Meets tn Wade Home Fourteen members of the Dorca?. Class of. the First Baptist Church met yc'ifcrday sU the home of Mrs R. L. : Wade, Sr , with Mrs. C L. McWaters. Sr., co-hostess to the group. . Mrs. J. W. Portlock led the opening prayer after which Mrs. M. W. Lewis, president, eonductet a business meeting. "The Bible Is The Unique Book' wns the title or the dcvotlona which was given by Mrs. E. E. Stevens The closing prayer was lee! b< Mrs McWaters after which the hostesses served refreshments. At Fne Hosnitals niftherlllc Ilospilal Dismissed: Mrs. Pearl Henderson,. City. C. W. Smith. Dell. Nancy Lee Wells. City. WMU Concludes VVeek of Prayer Concluding the programs for 11) Week oJ Prayer" wns the meettn ast niglil r>[ the Number Nlr VMU at the church. Mrs. Tom Kel!k-k \vas In charg if the program. "On Our Doorsteps .itii the opening song btiua "Llviu or Jesus." Dorothy whittle 'ianlst. Prnyer was offered by the Re :iiBene Shultz after which the fir ortlon of the program, unrter t! ilircction of the Junior GA's nn he Intermediate GA's was pr< ented. Those participating wei Betty Jean Northcutt, Lurleen Ha ey, Mrs. Eva Hiitley, Ann Kellic 'lartha Lee Hart, Kronln Hatlc and Gwendolyn Sue Rhoads. Prayers were given by Mrs. T. r Johnson, Eugene Ray, Doroth 'Vhittle. Shirley Joan Buckner san 'I Gave My Life For Thee." Mis. Bob Slovail closed the fir portion of the meeting with The WMU and YWA of Y church presented the second pa of the program with Mrs. Raymond Whittle In charge of the prosr.ini, which wns a discussion of the different states of the union that had joined in the convention for hoine missions. Those participating in the discussion were: Dorothy Whittle. Mrs. Alice Coats, Fronla Hatley, Mrs. Eva Hatley, Mrs. Johnson. . Miuvtn Hart and Mrs. Stovsill. Mrs. Bessie fU'stin led the group in prayer. Srrlt)ture readings and short discussions of mission u'ork was given by the Rev. Shultz. Mrs. Rnvmond Whittle closed the meeting with prayer. Coming Events Social Calendar Monday Missionary Study Group of Wom- u's Council of .Wist Christian icets at the home of Mrs. Lester i. Strubhitr at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Woodrow Wilder hostess at cr home, 124 Cherry, lo Calvary WA at 7:30 p.m. First Methodist WSCS has busl- ess program meeting beginning ith luncheon at 1 p m, Mrs. nay Whlttlngton hostess to GfiO Club. BWC number Eight of First Bap- ist Church meets with Mrs. Bertha ngrnin at T.45 nm. Mrs. Arthur Vance hostess to La "•elite. Mrs, J. F. Scrape hostess to TLK Club. Mrs. Mclvln Halscll entertains La Tuesday Bridge mecls for 1pm. rnchcon at Country Club, Mrs. RIley Jones hostess. American Legion Auxiliary > has neetiug at I/*"lon Hut. Wednesday Delphian Society meets at Hotel Voblc at 10:00 a.m. Mrs. Ben Shanks hostess to Alpha Beta Bunco Club. Wednesday Club meets with Mrs E. J. Cure. club Eight meets with Mrs. Ipirlos lianffston. Chapter "D" of PEO Sisterhood las 1 pm. meeting. Mrs. M O. Us- rcy and Mrs. R. A. Nelson hostesses, Thursday Mrs. Harold Hlnson hostess tp Th-rsday Rook Club. Thursday Nltfht Club meets Mrs. Earl Damon. Mrs. M. O. Usrey entertains Midweek Club. Blyt^eviJlr Rook Club meets will Mrs. Klva Poc. Mrs. Russell illllps hostess to •'•nr.srtay Club. Double Four Lynn Brown. meets with Mrs Calvary Circles Finish Programs Calvary Baptist Circles, One, Twi and Five, met yesterday at th home of Mrs, Inez Gentry to con elude the week of programs fo the "Week of prayer." Mrs Jack Woods was guest with the 13 members for the meetin which opened with prayer led h Mrs. Jim England. Mrs. Henry McCain was in charge of the program, "On On Doorsteps" with Mrs. H, J, Fon dren, Mrs. Mabel Lunsford. Mrs McCain. Mrs. England and Mrs Elva Beach am participating. Prayers were led during the af ternoon by Mrs. Preston Thorn Mrs. Lunsford and Mrs- .Wood Wilder. Mrs. J W. Tomlinson closed meeting with prayer. Gosneli WMU Concludes Meet Twenty-two members of the Gos ncll WMU met Thursday night a the church to conclude the Horn Missions Week of Prayer programs. The meeting was opened by the president, Mrs. L. T. Kamcs, who announced the "On Our Doorsteps." "My ,'onrkr News PhoU DISPLAY HOHBVS—Pictured are lour members of Mrs. Roy Brantlcy's fifth grade class at Lange School t their hobby show conducted yesterday, A iota! ot 17 displays were included in the show. In the picture re Ucft to right) Barbara Graves, Nan Miller, Linda Kay Maynard and Donna Sue King. Fifth-Graders at Lange Display Hobbies Young hobbyists had a field day t Lunge School yesterday. A total' >f 17 fifth-grade .students, of (he lass of :M taught by Mrs. Roy Brantley, brought displays to the hissrooin for a hobby show con- iuctcd in connecUon \vith theti Uob- stutiy. Some of the hobbles originated list a few days, or even a few hours before display time, and others were loHcctions started several years ago. Group hobbies—a camera club and :he class publication, "The Monthly Horn", edited by David Warren —also were on display for visiting \ urtetUs, teachers, Riui other guests. Mrs. Alex Shelby, artist, drmion- niu'd wallpaper table decorations for the students, and displayed other types of art she had produced as the result of hor hobby. More than 300 Indian-head pennies and a small collection of foreign coins and currency collected over a four-year period was displayed by Rodney Arikisson. Barbara Graves displayed miniature tea services; Nan Miller, china slippers; Linda Kay Mnytmrd. miniature cos- Week of Prayer Programs Ended The Week or Prayer programs conducted by the WMU of the Amiorel Baptist Church were concluded last night with a program- mceting at the home of Mrs. Jim McComiell. Sixteen members or the group were present. Mrs. W. L. Smith was in charge of the program, "On Our Doorsteps" with Mrs. Louis Ashniore, Mrs, Leonard Cox, Mrs. C. C. Elliott and Mrs. Ira Dickson participating In the discussion. Prayers were offered during the vening by Mrs. S, H. Rcostoek, Mrs. Cox and Mrs. Henry Berry, Monday the group niet at the Leonard Smith home with 22 members present. Mrs. Charley Browii was in charge of the program, Tuesday, 14 members were pres- nt for the meet ins at the home f Mrs Adron Russell. Mrs Henry Berry Tras In charge of the program. The group met Wednesday at' the church with Mrs. Russell in harge of the pro^iarn. Fifty at Rev. G. Wetherell To Speak Sunday The Rev. Gens Wetherell, extension minister of the Bible College University of Missouri, will preach Sunday at Number Eight, Mo., for the II a.m. Worship Service. Following the service a dinner will be served alter which the Rev Wotherell will again address the group. Jackson Hole, Wyoming, was sel aside as a national monument ir !9W. tended the meeting. Thursday, Mrs. Hugh Dtxon was hostess to 15 members with Mrs. Rov White directing the program. •iiiose participating in the discussion during the week \\cre Mrs. Richard Johnson, Mrs. Arch Beard, Mrs. J. D. Parrlsh, Mrs N. C. Patterson. Mrs. Joe Bourland and Mrs. A. W. Lilly. At the conclusion oJ each meeting, the hostesses- served refresh- rhents. .. lime dolls; Donna Sue King, salt and ppper shakers; Curtis Perry, a rock collection; nnd J. L. Thoni"son III showed a collection of 72 match covers from such points ai .weden. New Mexico, and nearby towns, collected within the past three months. Other collections Included photographic developing equipment and work, shown by Glenn Ladd, Jr.; pictures shown by Toby Ann Long and Gary Hardin, Indian artifacts collected from Indian Mounds by Bill Hurt, Jr.; foreign stamps by Mickey Shelton; calendars collected by Bob Robertson; Canadian coins by David Warren; shells bv Laura Lee Polk; Keys by Earl Baker; pictures of baseball players a planes by D. L. Webster. Each student explained his hobby. The class projects featured tht February. Issue of the "Horn", which Is typed, mimeographed, and planned by the students. The monthly publication carries a complete masthead, and copies are sold at 10 cents each. More than 75 copies were sold last month, and some orders wer» refused because of a short pres« run. Among the subscribers Is Myron Cunningham, elementary supervisor with the State Department of Education, who subscribed after beimj sent a complimentary Issue. John Colter, a former rnemnpr of the Lewis «nd Clark expedition, discovered Yellowstone in 1808. St. Catherine's monastery, near Mt. Sinai, Is believed to be the world's'oldest Christian monastery. RENT A CAR Urivp Anrwhcre I'ou Please Simpson Oil Co. Phone 937 It's jus! like magic! \Yitliouf lifting a finder . . . yiiur wash day results arc heller than ever! Sparkling clean! Almost like new! Thai's how your laun- ilry looks when we return it to you! And al a minimum of cnsl. We call and deliver al your convenience! BLYTHEVILLE LAUNDRY-CLEANERS Phone 4418 CHURCH OF CHRIST presents Glenn E. 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