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FOUR JJLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Jane SheKon, Society Editor Phone 4461 Miss Hudson Marries In Church Ceremony Mis* Evelyn Jo Hudson was married Sunday at 4 p.m. (o Jiminie Lee Gtrner \\\ & ceremony performed at Calvary Baptist Church. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Hudson of Blythevllle. The groom i* • the son of Mr. and Mrs. Troy Garner also of Blythevllle. The Rev. p. H. Jernlgan officiated >i the exchange ol vows. Miss Lynna Hudson attended a; m«id of honor and only feminine Attendant. She chose a grey faille afternoon dress finished with acce series of iridescent navy blue. She wore a corsage of white carnations Ice blue tnfleta overlaid with white nylon organdy was used in (he gown worn by Miss Hudson for her marriage. The full organdy ovei «kirl gathered snug to the waist line of the fitted taffeta dress. Her shoes were in a matching shade of ice blue and her wrist length gloves were of Ice blue lalTeta and organdy. A white shoulder veil completed her matching blue hat. A single purple throated orchid mounted the while satin Prayer book which she carried. A profusion of satin streamers flowed away into knee length streamers. Charles Purtte served Mr. Gamer • 5 best man. Mr. and Mrs. Garner are now at ^home at-1215 Holly in Blythcville. Lot Angeles Resident Honored at Proxy Shower Mrs. M. J. Canerdy of Los Angele*. calif., was entertained b' proxy Saturday night when Mrs Henry Gargis was hostess nt her home in Blytheville with a layette shower In compliment to Mrs. erdy. The 32 guests attending were Mated for the evening's games in the floral bedecked entertaining rooms. Gift* to be sent to Mrs. Canerds were opened anrl displayed by Mrs Terry Freeman Woodson. Party food were served by Mrs Oarjis, who was assisted by Mrs Bill Lane and Mrs. John Lott. Fifty-Six Hear Service Program riftr-slx members of the First Baptist. Church Women's Mission««T Union met yesterday at the ehurth f«r a Royal Service program under the direction of Mr.s. R Thompfon. »*». Ted King, president, led In •M Joint repeating of the watch. wort and ainging of the hymn of ttw jenr, • The opening prayer preceding the devotional was led by Mrs. Alvin Huffman. The afternoon'devotional WM presented by Mrs. Dan-ell Bwwier, Participant* on the program were Mrs. Shelburne Brewer, Mrs. E. L. Bogg« and Mrs. King. A solo sung by Mrs. Harold Davi« and prayer led by Mrs. Tom Jackson adjourned the session. JUNIOR CHARMER YWA, Guests Meet In Mo I lory Home UUlie Ann Mallory was hostess to 11 members and two guests ol the Young Women's Association "of the First Baptist Church last night at. her home for a business and pro gram session. Th« first portion of the session was devoted to business, with plan' for the YWA County Council meet.- inj to. be held in Blythcville Nov 13 being discussed. Officers gave report on their activities. The devotional, "What We As Young People Can Do To Be Morr. Useful Christians" was given by Jiaxlne Overman followed by an other chapter from the study book. "Dauntless Women," reviewed by Mrs. Llnwood Lewis. The closing prayer was led bv Mary Cockrell. Refreshment.'; were served by the hostess in the social hour fo'llow- Inj. Mrs. L. Strubhar Leads Worship Mrs. Lester Strubhar was worship loader yesterday at the monthly meeting of Ihe Executive Board of Ihe Christian Women's Fellowship of the First Christian Church. Mrs Albert Taylor entertained H board members at her home for the meet- Ing which was conducted by the president. Mrs. Rupert Crafton, Reports from officers and commil- • cc chr.irrncn B-F-S heard followed by a discussion of the year's plan of work. The repeating of the Missionary Benediction adjourned the meeting Refreshments were .served by Mrs. By Sue Burnett A handsome date or daytime dress that Is particularly pleasing to the teen-age miss. It's so easy to make, has such pretty detail. If you like, add a monogram or ap- plique to the pocket. Pattern No. 8473 Is a sew-ritc perforated pattern for sizes 11. 12 13. 14,15, 16 and 18. Size 12 3-H yards of 39-inch. For this pattern, send 25 cents. In COINS, your name, address, size desired and Ihe PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News 530 South Wells street. Chicago 7. Send 25 cents today for the new Fall and Winter FASHION. This latest issue Is filled with news and styles for R smart winter wardrobe 1 interesting features; free gift pattern printed Inside the book. Jo Ann Tedlock Again Heads GA Jo Ann Tedlock was re-named president of the Intermediate Girls Auxiliary of Calvary Baptist Church last night at a regular group meeting. Mrs. J. D. Wiclner, counselor, was hostess at her home for the affair. Peggy rAlllson led in the opening prayer after which officers were named. Those to serve wilh the president are: Dorothy Rollison vice president; Peggy Allison, program chairman; Peggy Webb secretary; Bonnie Glover, social chairman: Juanita Crump, literature chairman, and Joyce Wells, community missions. A devotional by Mrs. Widner adjourned the meeting. A large green and white cake Iced in the letters, "GA Girls" centered the dining table of the home In further emphasis of the GA colors green and white, were the slender white tapers set In silver candelabra at either sirie of th« pastry centerpiece. Assorted fall blossoms were placed around the entertaining rooms. ° Church Women Meet All Day Women of the Presbyterian --hurch met yesterday at the church lor ail day Home Mission Study prgornm. The program was under the direction of Mrs. Harvey Kidd with "rs. S. E. Tune opening the first portion with the topic. "Indian •Mission, other chairmen and their subjects were Mrs. W H Pease 'Mountain Work" and Mrs. J. Walters. "Latin American." ' The Me.xican Situation In Blythe- vllle was discussed by Mrs .Floyd ilarralson. Red cross Executive Secretary, followed by a piano solo by Mrs. A. S. Harrison. The meeting adjourned for lunch with Mrs. G. W. Dillahunty, president of the group, presiding over a >nef business session immediately ollouinc. The second portion of Ihe mission ttidy program was opened by the discussion. "Foreign Speaking Mis- ;:ons" by Mrs. Meal Gescll. A musical number by Mrs. Herchel Carter followed by a resume it the program by Mrs. kidd closed he meeting. Attendance List For Six Weeks Is Announced Mrs, E. E. Hardin, principal o( Lange Elementary. School, today announced the perfect attendance list for the first six weeks of the first semester. First grade—William Olen Alliston, Nathaniel ray Austin, Mary Frances Alley, Benjamin Franklin Brogdon. Ronald Curtis Freeman Sarah Elizabeth Blakemore, Helen Diane Bransctim, Nancy Lee Gaines Rachel Lucille Gentry. Juanlla Ruby Hal], Michael Arthur Irwin Hartley Hayes, Jr., Patricia Ann Lawrence. William nichard Shelton. Sandra Louise Lipford. Frances Ann Logan, Mary Gay Nelson Teresa Ruth Rainwater, Anita Joyce Short, Dianne Stevens Still John Dean Storey, Barbara Lois' Taylor. Palsy Jean Watson, Danlal Cutler nurnham. William Michael Conlcy, nail Gull Davis. Jerry Leon Davis. Slcplicn Douglas Godwin Anthony Warren Harden, David Whittle Hcnson. Jimmy Ray Rod- Rers, Eva Delorc.s Ashley. Carol sue Burnham. Vernle Yvonne Knapp Jane Ann Mason, Bonnie Bell Mc- Milllan. Ruby Lavern Moody. Branda Joyce Richardson and' Helen Diane Woolhims. Second grade—Ronnie Jay Burnett, Ftobcrt Earl Godwin. Jimnile Ray Holificld. Nollcn Decn Richardson. Harold Floyd Sharp. Gean Wallace, Jo Ann Downing. Gloria Jean Forshee. Eva Mae Gambill Cynthia Harper. Margaret Hoi-' brook. Patricia Medlin. Mary Ven- d.i Wade. Carolyn Wosta.II. James Ashley. Homer Gene Council. Clifford Councillc. J. W. Hall, Bobby Ray Harden. Bobby Lamb, Blbert Lucas. Paul Mason, John Mattes. Aubry Wayne Penn. George Sillier- field, Jr.. Ronald Sweet. Roy Wells C. B. Wren. Nedra Briley, Robbie' Lee Burton Mary Jane Droke. Martha Gamble. Frances Gammill and Linda Ross. Third grade — Johnny Baxter James Erwin, William Ed Knapp' Ronald Penn. Gene Robinson. Don Taylor. Walter Wllkey. Bonny Sue Alters. Elolse Bailey. Barbara Bailey. Marilyn Sue Human, Norma Kincnld. Sylvia Ann Ladd. Peggy Privctt. Antoinette Raynor. Nancy Ross, Kay Shearln. Betty Thompson, Marty Thompson. Margaret Thorn. Billy Boone, Samuel Lynwood Craig. Dcwey Davis. J. B. Fisher. Nelly Gene Ourlen. Howard Homer. Jimmy Lend. Gary Sparks Steven Tittle, Ann Fitzgerald, Ula Sue Furlong, Beverly Ann Hamm, Anita Louise. Hinch, Jennie Wren McCalla. Sandra Moore. Virginia Ann Rambo. Paula June Rowe, Ginger Simcs nnd Susan Smith. Fourth grade—James William Alley, Herbert Baxter, Jr., Garland Jordon, Byron Moore. Josie F Crews. Edna E. Jones, Cillicia Penn' Faith Penny. Eliiabcth Prlvetl Janoel Smith. Betty Jo Tinnen, Al- vln Ray Belts, Ronny Huey, Boyce Moore. Ray Nelson. Sam Tune Mark Vomit; Mary Alliston, Betty Baker, shli-lcy Bransciim, Sandra Crawford. Lorelta Davis. Hilda Hall. Susan Lucas. June Moore. Nancy Mullins. Wanda Webb and Barbara Webster. Firth srade--Carroll Blakemore. Larry Fitzgerald. Jay Holland. Jimmy Pulley, Bobby Richardson, Frank Rose. Molly Jo Beasley, Emma Lou Davis, Rosemary House. Arlean Loclcwond, Sharon Razor. David Doyle, Lee Moore. Robert Lee White. Erby Lynn Hodge, Nellie Sue Hughes. Stella Ruth Hogue Alene McDade. Shirley Ann May and Rona Fay Mcador. Sixth grade—Carol Ann Fondren, Dorothy Jean Jones. J. C. Conley Fred Hardaway. Wayne Holbrooks] David Holt. James Prlvett. Frank Sparks, James Thorn, Wayne Webster, Rodney Arikisjon. Gary Hnr- dln, Glenn Ladd. Charles Mattes Curtis Perry. Bob Robertson Bob Spurlock. Jerry Tinnln. David Warren. Dcleron Webster. Janet Boyd Peggy Crews. Rene Hays, eherry Hudson. ' Barbara Ledbcttcr. and Bonnie Whisenhunt, Mrs. B. Srovall Guest for Meet Mr.s. Bob Stovall was a guest yesterday with the Calvary Baptist Women's Missionary Union, which met at the church for the program, "Behind the Iron Curtain." The meeting was directed by Mr. D.irryl Lnnjford and opened with group singing. Prnyer by Mrs. Everett Rlioades oponcd the program session. Participants in the program were. Mrs. W. McCain, who gave the opening devotional; Mrs. Lunsford. "The Curtain Clrjscd"; Mrs. Jack Allaway. "Hungary in Reconstruction." and Mrs. Preston Thomas, "Under the Elephant's Foot." A solo by Mrs. Bob Colcman and prayer led by Mrs. J. W. Tomlinson closed tho meeting. WHAT K - -bv n »s^ :» n n, r ,o m."« u! 8r v l . h » e r, l .r"; n i: ( ^M nl 101 ™"' "" p " ! Yn " »•"•' LOOK THROUGH THCSE PACKS FOR SIO RE .NEWS ABOUT TIMS GREAT EVENT! TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1950 Bits of News Mrs. W. b, Homer. Mrs. C. A Cunningham and Mrs. j. Louis Cherry will leave tomorrow for a week's trip to points in Tennessee and Virginia, Mrs. Horner will go lo Lexington. Va.. where she will be the guest of her son. W. L. Horner, Jr.. who is attending Washington and Lee. A5r.s. Cunningham will visit In Klngsport, Tenn.. with her sister, Mrs, W. T. Morrow and Mrs. Cherry In Sewanec, Tenn.. as guest of her sister, Mrs. Alex Caven, Hlllman Benjamin Hardin. seaman recruit, VSN, son ol Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Hardin of Osceola. recently completed recruit training at the U.S. Naval Training Center San Diego. Calif. Hardin, who entered the naval service in 1850, formerly attended Osccola High School. Mr. and Mr.s. W. B. Nicholson had as their Thursday dinner gu^sl Assistant Secretary of Agriculture Knox T. liutchlmon of Washing-' ton. D.C., a former teacher colleague of Mr. Nicholson's, others present for the dinner honoring Mr Hntchlnson were Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Robinson and Keith Bilbrcy Mis.s Mary Jo Eaton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Eaton of Bly- thcville, has been named to the Cliapel Choir of Hcurirlx College, for the coming semester. Miss Raton was among 35 students selected. She is a soprano. Mrs. Q. C. Hawks and Mrs. H, B. Caudle spent the weekend with relatives near Ripley, Tenn. They were accompanied to Blythcville by Mrs Lela Davis, who will remain- for a visit. day in Memphis. ' ' " " g °~ Mr. and Mrs. Johnny H. White I are now at home at their newly completed residence on-West Walnut. Mr. and Mrs. white had temporarily been at home on North loth .Mrs. Jess Widner and daughter MIM Sue Widner are spending a week in Chicago as guests of Will Widner. They were accompanied on the trip by Mrs. pete Rushing- of Memphis, formerly O f Blythevitle Miss Bessie Ray has returned to her home in Maryvllle. Tenn, after visiting here as guest of Mrs. J. Huffman and other relatives. Miss Ra.y, who Is a former Blythcville resident, vvas a member of the junior high school faculty. Dr. Edna Nies is spending today in Memphis. Condition of Earl Snider, who Is a patient at Memphis Baptist Hospital. Is reported as improved Mrs. Hazel O'Hcarn of Hannibal Mo., is visiting here as guest of her sister. Mrs. U. S. Branson and family. Mr. a,,d Mrs. Wilson Gallon of Memphis have returned to their home after having been the weekend guests ol Mr. and Mrs c A Pen-Ill. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor White of Bedtime StoryT^ Beds set style for other nursery furniture. Young mother (left) lucks baby into blond-finish crib wliich will be replaced when out-srown by malchinr voulh bed. Maple toy shelves (right), u-hioh will later be used for boolis and hobbies, malcb «•—'I *'--"vlirad's b»il. family. nd Mrs. I. G. Dodge and Wanda Woods Named Osceola Football Queen Wanda Woods will b« proclaimed 1950 Csccola football queen Friday night at the homecoming game of the Osceola Seminoles and the Hughes. Ark., football teams, it was announced today. Quern Woods will be crowned in pro-game ceremonies preceding the a p.m. kick-off. Patsy Miller; Juniors, Nancy Dunn Mary Alice Golden, and Jo Ann Gray; sophomores. Joyce Cannon and Betty Spiers; and freshmen Patricia Gooch and Patsy Robbim. The game will b« played on Hale Field. B'nai B'rith Marks Founding The three local organizations at B nai B'rlth observed the 101th anniversary of the founding of the Jewish Service organization Sunday with services at Temple Israel in Blythevillc. Over 400.000 residents are members of the lodges throughout the world wilh three groups meeting in Blythcville. They are. I. MJIlcr, Lodge Number 832. Annie Weinbcrgl Chapter and the Abe Nickol B B Y. o. Youth Chapter. Anniversary services were conducted by Dr. Alfred Vise, rabbi and chaplain ol the men's lod»e. with Harry Levitch. president of the men's lodge, Mrs. Ed Weiss, president ol the women's chapter. Ben Borowsky, president of die Youth Chapter and Francis Kalin, representing thf young people, participating. "Th« Meaning and Ideals of B'tlai B'rith" were, discussed by the guest speaker, Moris* Strauss. The Sisterhood of the Temple sponsored a social affair following the service. Teen Agers Meet To Beg in Y. W. A. Nine teen agers In the 18 to Ig year age range met yesterday afternoon with Mrs. Albert Enderlln to organize an Intermediate group of the Young Women's Association of ths First Baptist church. Juanita Overman began the session with tht repealing ot watchword followed by n discussion ot the Y.W.A. work and a devotional by Mrs. Enderlin. Officers named by the. group lo serve are Barbara Van Hooser, president: Juanita Overman, vice president; Patsy Bartholomew, secretary and reporter; Betty Nell Tomlinson, treasurer: Peggy Zachery. program chairman; Elizabeth Van Hooser. social chairman; -and Dorothy Sheppard, assistant socipj chairman. The meetings will be conducted each Monday afternoon. New Member Joins Methodist WSCS Mrs. C. T. Shamlin led the opening prayer at the weekly session of the Lake Street Women* Society of the Christian Service last night when the regular group and one new member met at the church Mrs. Harold Mccilin was the group's new member. In the business session conducted by the president. Mrs. Billy King, plans for the observance of the Day of Prayer on Oct. 30 from 10 to ,1. were discussed. Officer's reports were given utter which Mrs. King urged all members to attend the World Community Day to be observed at the first Christian Church on Nov. 3. Mr.s. Cecil Luslc directed by worship service, "Love God, Love Your Neighbor" after which Mrs. W. L. Green closed the meeting with prayer. "Grand Antique." a French marble with black and white markings in sharp contrast, is the model for a modern asphalt tile. Cominq Events Social Calendar Tuesday I. O. O. F. Lodge meeting at Lodge H-ll at 1:30 p.m. Members of the American Legion Auxiliary will meet at The Hut, 8 p.m. Promised Land WSCS entertaln- ed with 6 p.m. supper at the Lake Street Methodist Church. Country Club Duplicate Bridpe League meeting at the club at 1:30 AVrdnesday hostess to Mrs. Sanford Church. Club Eight complimented by Mrs S. C. Owens. Mrs. R. H. Kirby hostess to Wednesday Club. Central PTA meets at the First Baptist Church at 3 p. m . Executive Board meeting to be held at 2:30 p.m. Initial Meeting Conducted for Auxiliary Workers •The Initial meeting of the Visual Training school for the purpose of instructing members of the Blytheville Junior Service Auxiliary in conducting screening Lasts was held lost night at the high school Home Economics cottage. These tests are planned for all schools of the Blytheville district. Drs. James C. Guard and Milton Webb led in a preview for members who had previously assisted with the work, and instructions to the new- participants. W. B. Nicholson, superintendent ot schools, spoke briclly lo the group in commendation of the program. He named individual cases which had been benefited from the screening and testing. In closing he offered the co-operation of his of- lice and the school system in Ihe work. Following Dr. Guard's explanation of Ihe program opportunities. Dr. Webb told ol inquires from different groups around the state and announced that brochure Ls being made to be distributed to interested clubs and oraginzations of the state. * -» Last year's program was confined to city schools but is being expanded to inch«e all schools of the district. Ot the 1.316 students tested last year. 359 were found to need treatment and gla.sses, of this group 20 were unable to pay for medical attention. The Auxiliary and the Lions Club financed the program for the underprivileged. Mrs. Llndsey Gun Is in charge of the project. Twenty Auxiliary workers attended last night's meeting. It l.i estimated less than one twelfth of the original limbers of "Old Ironsides' 1 remain. REQUIRES FINE CLEANING C. & W. CLEANERS 300 S. Division Dial 4343 M, C. COOKE, JR. Owner & Mgr, At The Hospitals Blythevllle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs, Mamie Galloway, City. Joe Arnold. Oily. Walter Thomas, City. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Roy Lewis, Steele. Mrs. D. H. Leathers. Osceola. Mrs. Elise Hart, fit. 3 The first atomic pile In history was begun at the university of Chicago on Dec. 2. 1942. GIRLS! WANT TO EARN $125-$175 MONTH? Become a Beauty Operator Enroll Now in New Class Tuition Reasonable fjj G. I. Approved Eagle Beauty School 124 N. Second Blylheville, Ark. \ KB TUSSY Beauty Plus honnonc cream $3 size, now... f 150 ../ filial/a $5 size,now... $J50 » phts tax Alter thirty... your skin mar need spocial care. Discover Tussy Beauty PI,,, hormone, cream-and a new younger | oo k. Ibis famoui cream is brinunini wilh 10,000 active natural eslro- genic hormone units p cr oum-e! 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