The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 27, 1950 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 27, 1950
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MARCH 37, 1S80 Jane SheJton, Society Editor 4461 , Joint Rush Tea Honors Beta.Sigma Phi Guests ' Approximately 60 guests were entertained at the home ot Mrs. M. George at 110 B. Kentucky from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m, yesterday, when prospective pledges to Alpha Alpha and Alpha Delta Chatcrs of Beta Sigma J Phi were entertained with a rush tea. Bush activities will be completed 'with pledge rituals Friday night at the horne of Mrs. W. C. Higglnson. The" pledging will be In Joint ceremonies for the two chapters of thn sororitv.' Mrs. Moses Was Hostess Mrs. Andrew Moses .was hostess at the George home yesterday, and the gucsb'were greeted by Mrs. J. N. Smothermon, president of the City Council of Beta Sterna Phi: Mrs. Frances banrmlll, president of Alpha Alpha Chapter; and Mrs. T. H. Caraway, president of Alpha Delta. During the afternoon activities of the sorority, . along with alms. achievements,'- and requirements, were exbiatned to rushees by.Mrs. • Ray AVhlttington. Mrs. Caraway, Mrs. Hlldred Bunch, Mrs. Smbther- ' mon-and.'Mrs. Gammlll, Among the Rushets Among' the rusheps were: Miss Betty Wilson, Miss Mary Delia White,'Mrs: Ben Cooper, Mrs. Harold Callahan, Mrs. Donald Nusb'aum. Mrs. Robert Llpscomb, Mrs. Harold Nu'nn; Mrs. Jess Davis, Mrs. Josenh E. Stover. Miss Luella Barnes, Mrs. Robert McGraw, Mrs. Bill Godwin, Mrs. Paul Alvey, Mrs. John Stevens,' '• Jr'., J and Mrs. Hadley Hays. '' Mrs. C. W. SIsler presided at the punch bowl. A low cr/stal bowl hold- Ing Jonquils' and greenery centered .the table, with deep green tape". In crystal holders, placed on:. either 'side. JUNIOR FAVORITE Bits of News •JMiss. Woolen To Wed .^in Sgrmg Ceremony ' r Mr.*-and Mrs. Maxwell Jj: Woolen ;of Memphis,, announce .the engage- "menfc^of their'-daughter, 11 "Miss, Flor- .ence AnnrWooten, to Jack ^Edward iFerrer, son of-Mrs: Marvin E.-Ferrer, ;of Memphis.and the,late Mr. Ferrer. Formerly lived Here Miss Wooten, who is'the grand- d au ghter of Chancellor and Mrs. Churchill M. Buck 'of Blytheville, made her home here before moving to 'Memphis several years apo. Miss Wcoten Js a frequent BlythevUle Visitor. She was graduated from Hutchi- sonrSchooI, where she was a member- of Quill and Scroll, art editor of the Hutchison annual, rush cap^- tain;and sergennt-at 7 arms of Sigma Kappa Sigma sorority and Chez Nouse Intersororlty. she has spent the past year studying art. Attended Memphis School Mr. Ferrer was graduated from Central High School in Memphis where he wris a member of the Delta, Chapter of Sigma Delta Pi fraternity. He Is now attending the University of Tennessee in Knoxville and.will receive his engineering degree In 'January. He IF & member of Kappa Sigma social fraternity. During the war, he served two years in'Naval'.aviation. . .Plans for the spring wedding will be revealed later. Birthday Observed With. Weiner Roast at River Thirty-one guests were entertained Friday night with a wiener roast at Barfleld when Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Frazier were host and hostess to the group in celebration of the : 1.5th birthday of their daughter, Alice Faye Frazier. The group met at the Frazier ;hprne. where they were motored to ,the party grounds by bus for roasting wieners, marshmallows and oth- f er foods. ' The group returned to the Frailer home following supper for an evening of informal entertainment and games. Mrs. A. N. Clifton assisted Mr. and Mrs. Frazier in directing the evening's activities. 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Mrs. Helen Sanders and Mrs. Mavis Settlcmlrc were hostesses to approximately loo guests who attended. Cowboy equipment, which would •be nsed in a barn, was placed around the, rooms to form an appropriate background for the guests, who were dressed in blue jeans and calico frocks. Cheerful red and white checked cloths overlaid the tables from .which supper; was served. Red, yellow, and blue candles, burning In rustic holders, lighted the scene. Clusters of strawllowers, daisies and larkspur topped the tables from which the buffet supper was serv-' ed. ' The guests spoilt the evening dancing to string music. The guest list Included: Frank Sanders, Jr., of Memphis, Miss Charlene Armstrong of joncsboro, and Miss Anette Whistle of Fassl- fern School, Hendersonville, N. C. and her hoiiseguests, Mary Wells Hursey of Pagelanci, S. C., Oracleala Terradas of Camaguey Cuba, and Wade McHenry of Luxora. Several guests from Manila also attended the affair. Heinicke Home Setting For Dinner Party Twenty-two dinner guests were entertained Saturday evening at the Adolph Heintcke home when Mr. and Mrs. Heinicke were host and hostess with a turkey dinner. A low bowl, from which brimmed dainty peach blossoms arid pink hyacinths, intermingled with green- cry, centered the dining table from which the buffet supper was served. The guests were seated at individual tables arranged'throughout the entertaining rooms for dinner and later games of canasta. Vases filled with : spring flowers decorated the rooms In which the evening was spent. * » - • 12 Guests Entertained At Blankenship Home- Monya Kay Blankenship was hos- ;ess to 12 guests Friday night at her home on Kentucky for an evening of Informal entertainment. Various games and contests were played after which the hostess served refreshments of sandwiches, Iced drinks and party foods. The entertaining rooms were decorated with bouquets of spring flowers. 1 . . * * • Comihq Events Social Calendar .Monday Senior and Junior High School PTA's will conduct the last In series of parent education scries at 7:30 pjrn. at the Home Economics Cottage. : Mrs. Dick Mills hostess to GEO Club at her home 2024 Chkkasawba, at 7:30 p.m. BWC Number Eight of the First Baptist Church meets at 7:45 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Henry Rosamond. Tuesday, Mrs. Newell Jerome hostess to La Nuevc. ' ,. La Petit* meets with Mrs. Max Usrey. - Mrs. E. J. Cure entertains Tuesday Bridge. : Mrs. Otto Scrape hostess to TLE Club. Wednesday High Two meets with Mrs. Forrest Moore. -. : • TLE Club entertained by Mrs. Otto Scrape. ' Wcclnesda Club meets with Mrs. C, A. Cunningham. Alpha Beta Bunco meets with Mrs. Jack Halstead. Thursday Dorcas Class of Calvary Baptist Church has monthly business meeting at the Herman Mayes home on Maye.s St. x Mrs. W. ~ J. Clippies hostess to Avalon Club. Thursday Night Club mcete with Mrs. Charles McDanlels. Mrs. Grover Wren entertains the Thursday Rook Club at ner home In Osceola. Mrs. O : W. McCiitchen hostess to the Thux^day. Contract Club. Mrs. Harry A. Halnes entertains the Kibitzer 1 Club. Mid-Week Club meels with Mrs. Aubrey Conway. v Friday Lucky Rook Club meets with Mrs. Cecil Priest. Mrs. O. O. Elklns entertains CBC Olub. Young Peoples Training Union law of Calvary Baptist meets with Irs. L. C. Rolllsoii at 7:30 PJII. fashion smiles on lips with -Uero'lku *..cig!iI reds, fashion, fevorcd, each beautifully becoming your perfect UpsI The Bltra-smooth, non- greasy toxtwe stays on, too! at Penneys Miss Mildred Jlaywood of Steele was the weekend euest of Miss Llllle Mae McDermott. ' Mrs* Ressa Helm has returned from a three weeks visit with her daughter, Mrs. J, O. McCo.lam and family In New York City. Mrs. Helm also visited as guest ol Mrs. Fred De Capau and family of Irving N. J. ••••'• Billy Joyher. who Is a student at Arkansas State College, Jonesboro, was the weekend guest o( Ms parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. B, Joyner. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bryant of Memphis spent the weekend here as guests of Mrs. Brya.'t's parents Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Shclton. Miss Barbara Monaghan, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Monaghan of Blytheville, has been initiated Into the chapter of Delta Delta Delta sorority nt the University of Arkansas, Fayettcvillo, Perry Lee -Adklsson of Blytheville, who Is a student In, the university of Arkansas College of Agriculture, Is assisting In the planning of the 35th annual Agrl bay at the College which will be held April 28th. Mr. Adkisson has been active In Alpha Zeta and Phi Sigma honor societies. He has been treas-' u'rer, secretary and house manager of Alpha Gamma Rho fraternity and ' was business manager of the Arkansas Agriculturist 1U./1049. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Tucker have returned from Daytonna Bench, Fla., where they have been vacationing since January 1st. Mrs. jane Phlegar and E a r 1 Ryder of Memphis \vere guests of Mrs. Phleger's niece, Mrs. Ijtillan Frank, yesterday. Miss Georgina Aree spent the weekend in Memphis, where she was joined by two classmates from George peabody College for Teachers at Nashville, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Short and Mrs. Aaron Peterson nrc in Little Rock today where they went especially to attend the funeral of Mrs. J. H. Mosley who died Satur- 'Uay in a hospital there. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Landnim and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Waddy had as their Sunday guests. Mr. and Mrs. Bill I,andrum of Joiner and Mr. and Mrs, • J. S. Dunavant of Clarksdnle, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Colston and family rind Mrs. A. B. Colston have returned from French Camp, Miss.. where they attended the funeral of Mrs. Beulah Brlstcr, yesterday. Mrs. Brister was u sister of Mrs. A. B. Colston and an aunt of Mr. Colston. •; Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Black 'and Mrs. Marvin Robinson were In Memphis yesterday where they attended the production "Harvey" at Ellis auditorium, Mr. and Mrs. Grady Magcc wore in Natchez, Miss., over the weekend where they attended the Pilgrimage. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Redman and Mr. and 'Mrs. George M. Lcc were in Memphis Sunday for the stage production, "Harvey" at Ellis auditorium. Miss Charles Armstrong, who Is a student at Arkansas State College, Jonesboro, was the weekend guest of her mother, Mrs. E. W. Nolcn, Mr. Nolen, relatives and friends. Mrs, Lawrence Edwards of Little Rock Was the weekend guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Gary and sister, Carmen. Miss Anette Whistle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Whistle, who Is a student at Fasslfcrn School, Hen- tlcrsonville, N. C., was .the weekend guest of her parents. Miss Whistle had as her guests several schoolmates from Fassifem. They were, Mary Wells Hursey of Pagclnnd, S. C., Grncieala Terradas of Cama- guey, Cuba, and Wade Mcllenry of Beat a little prepared mustard Luxora. Uo some currnnt jelly and serve Mr. and Mrs. T. Wade Jelfcrics •ith a'slice of baked ham. have returned from Brinklcy where GA Group Meets At Church Ten members of the GA's of the rst Baptist Church met Saturday the church for a bustn«s«-pr 0 . am meeting. Julia Trlmue. vice-president, pre. ded over the business session dur- g which time plans were discussed r; projects for the group after lilch Kay Blackard led In prayer. An outline of the program for aturday, April 1, was given 1 Rdcr, Mrs. George Ingram. Mrs. Ingram, assisted bj r . •»ught«r, Joyce Ingram, served re- 'eshments to the group following le adjournment. >- Dr. Matt Ellis Honored CHICAGO, March 27. (a 1 ) — Dr latt Ellis, president of Hendrix ollcge, Conway, Ark., has been ected president of the Cen- ra! Association of' Secondary chools and Colleges. Mra. Alben Barkler Gtuste Moraa Elizabeth Taylor 'KKST DRESSED' WOMEN—Mrs. Alben Barkley, left, wife of the vice president was named by the Ncv, York Fashion Academy as the best-dressed woman in public life. Named ocst dressed In the sports world was tennis player Gertrude ("Gorgeous Gussle") Moral], whose recent appearance in black shorts almost madi her public forget the lace-trimmed ones she wore last summer. Best-dressed "A 11-American" woman Is screen star Elizabeth Taylor, right, currently shopping for a trousseau for her May wedding to Conrad Hilton, Jr. At Trie Hospitals Hlythevllle HosplUI Dismissed: Henry Donaldson, City. Mildred Brown, City. John Bowd, City. Pink Young, Dell. Sid Walker, City. ' Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. George Hicks, Steele. Mrs. Lois Moreland, City. Mrs. Sam Petty, Burdette Mrs. Lester Vaughan and baby. Steele. Mrs. \V. E. Morcland and baby. City. Mrs. Vessls Roberts,.Steele. Mrs. T. O. League and baby, Wilson. . ' Ronald Brooks, Holland. Dixie Morris, city. Tots Tickled by 'Tide of Toys' As Belated Santa Hits London - By Alvln J. SteJnkopf LONDON, March 27. lot of Mr. Jefferies attended a district sales meeting of oil dealers. | Miss Riunoiia' Crafton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rosco Crafton, who is n student at Gulfpark College, GuHport, "Miss,, is spending the spring holidays .here as guest of her parents. Mrs. Louise Stracke and Mrs. Eunice Young attended the stage play "Harvey" yesterday at Ellis auditorium. .'-•.. Don Kerbough, who Is a student at Arkansas State - College, 'Jonesboro, was the weekend guest of his parents, Mr. and -Mrs. Floyd Ker- bougVL Mr. and Mrs. Gurchie Bunch of Paragould were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Olan Allison. toys which Santa Glaus ori^inn'lv delivered to Iowa, Texas, California aiid all such places turned up in London today. They made about 60 orphans of the east end, a drab and much- bombed part of London!, very happy. The toys were gifts of children of the United States to , the children of Britain, and , other European lands. They were collected in the American Legion's project known as the "Tide of Toys," and what happened here at the headquarters of the Dr. Barnardo's orphanages this morning was a takem presentation to a few lucky children who were at tttc head of the queue. "About 200,000 more toys arc on the way for other British children. : Ceremony and All The British made a colorful ceremony out of re'coiying the token presentation. . Sir Frederick Rowland, the lord n^ayor o( London, wearing the golden necklace that Is his badge of office, was on hand. So vv r as Sharman Douglas, daughter of United States Ambassador Lewis Douglas.; Also -present to make a little speech', was,; • John Howard Davles, the'Britlsh boy who played the part of Oliver Twist in the recent movie. ;. ' The orphans, 4 to 8 years old and painfully scrubbed for the occasion, marched up to a table stacked with presents, mul Miss Douglas dishe :hem out. There were many sleep ing-eye dolls for the girls and me chanical contraptions and cowbo outfits for the boys. A duck whic picked up imaginary corn with furious rattling of its beak made profound impression. •. '• • Toys Had Notes Perhaps half of the toys had noU attached, and the tire of play tilings is sure to. start a live trnns-Atlantic correspondence. Miss Douglas, trying to expla: what was in the hearts of tl American children who gave awn their treasures said she could r say it better than it was express! In the note of a Philadelphia chi who wrote: "Dear friend: Here Is my be toy. I love it. I hope you will too Wishing Well Service MALACCA, Malaya — {IP}— Every 'riday from 1:00 p.m. to 6 p.m a ihlnese woman keeps vigil over a vishing well.In Malacca. Those who BO to the well bring , r ith them such offerings as fruits, andles and Incense. The guardian if the well then commences burn- ng the incense and candles and chantlnff weird prayers. When the chantings stop,' devotees are given a bottle of watei from the well and are asked to drink It so that their requests may be fulfilled. GEM Roxy Shows Now at Gem The Gem Theatre will be open every -night with continuous ^showi on' Saturday and Sunday Last Times Today —UOUBLE KK.VfUKE— Rope of Sand "with Burt Lancaster- ; Leftover cooked veal may" be mixed with diced cooked celery and a cream sauce, season the cream sauce well and serve the veal over rice. Accompany with apple relish or pineapple'chutney. "Soy It Yfith Flowers" Blylhevifle FLOWER MART Memphis Hiway Phone 6002. WADE'S WEEKLY SPECIAL CUBIC FEET OF SAFE COLD CLEAR TO THE FLOOR A REGULAR TABLE LAMP Whiplash Dane Clark arid . 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