The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 15, 1954 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 15, 1954
Page 4
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BLYTHETILLE (ARK.) COURIER OTfWg THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1954 Society News in*. Societv Eriitnr » F MulKBS, Society Editor Phont 4461 Mttty Gavin, . Lindquist Married Here Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hays arm wine* the marriage of her sister Betty Jo Gavin to.Dr. T. Lindquist Sunday morning at the First Chris tian Church here. The R«v. J. W. Rainwater offici ated at the double ring ceremony Following the wedding breakfas at the Rustic Inn, the couple lef for Little Bock, Ark., where Dr Linguist, is to attend a Chiropracti convention. They will be at home in Blytfceville. Fbr her marriage the bride wor a Juliette original gown ,of white •with tiny blue print, and a match iog blue coat. She pinned a white orchid corsage at her shoulder. Out-of-town guests for the wed ding w«* Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haw ley, Mw. JYed Young and children Barbara and Ray Prank, of Pitts burg, Kans., Mrs. F. H. Petitt o Satanta, Kans.,"Mr. and Mrs. B. R Mays and daughters, Renee and Tommy Oavin, and Dr. Doyle Brewer of Manila. Sew-Easy Maternity Set SKie Burnett and lovely as can be Is blouse and skirt pair for the mother-to-be. The top can be made jc. several variations. Pattern No. 1424 is in sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20; 40, 42. Size 14. skirt, 1% yards of 39-inch; blouse, sleeveless, 2& yards. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News, 372- W. Quincy Street, Chicago , 6, HI. Spring '54 Basic FASHION contains a wealth of smart, easy to STUDENT OFFICERS — Pictured above are three of the newly- elected student council officers of Blytheville High School. They are (left to right) Peggy Taylor, secretary; Leroy Hall, president; and Arden Cuadra, treasurer. Not shown is Freddie Akers, vice-president. They will serve during the 1954-55 school term, after being elected last Friday in a student election. (Courier News Photo) Trinity Baptists Hold Meetings Members of the two evening circles of Trinity Baptist Church conducted meetings this week at the homes of members. Miss Donna Bohannon was hostess to nine members and a guesl of the Marion Cook Cirqle, when Miss Katherine Austin opened the meeting with prayer. Mrs. Max Koonce reviewed the missionary story and the meeting was dismissed with sentence prayer. The Mildred Matthews Circle met with Mrs. Alvin Pritchard, with seven members. Mrs. Ernest Walker opened the meeting by prayer, and Mrs. Gaylord Lewis gave the book review. Mrs. Bobby Webb closed the meeting with a prayer. Coming Events Friday Chapter "N" of PEO has dutch reat luncheon and business session at 1 p.m. at the Country Club. Stitch and Chatter Club meets vith Mrs. Leon Davis at 7:30 p.m. at the Air Base. Saturday Primary and Junior children of the First Christian Church meet at 2 p.m. at the church for Easter Party, and the Kindergarten groups meet at 4 p.m. at the church. UTTLi UZ— The parking problem is so bod in most towns people don't drive around any more looking for o meter with time on it. «KEAO sew styles for all sizes. Colorful, informative and interesting. Senc. 25 cents today for your copy. In Blytheville HOUSE OF FLOWERS 206 E. Davis For Beautiful Corsages And a Large Selection of Potted Plants Our New Phone No. 8121 With Rotary System for Better Service Birthday Party Given in Home Steward Jerome, son of Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Jerome, was entertained htis week with a party celebrating his fourth birthday at the home of his parents. Eighteen guests attended and Spent the afternoon in playing Informal games. They were given Easter favors. Cake an,d ice cream were served with the assistance of his grand- this week with a party celebrating PEO Chapter Luncheon Is Given in Home Mrs. C. W. Afflick entertained 22 members of Chapter "D" of the PEO Sisterhood with a luncheon at her home yesterday afternoon. Tulips were used throughout the luncheon table arrangements. Mrs. R. A. Porter conducted a business session following lunch, when the state convention to be held here was discussed. Mrs. Jack Hale gave the PEO Record report, which was followed by a program on "American Hobbies," presented by Mrs. E. B. Gee. Canasta Club Entertained Members of the Tuesday Canasta Club met, at the home of Mrs. Mike Meroney Tuesday afternoon for a weekly canasta party. Dessert was served preceding the games. Winners of the games were Miss Rosa Schuneritsch for high score, with second going to Mrs. Eddie Burks and third to Mrs. L. O. Gill. Blossoming plants provided floral decorations. At the Hospitals Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Bobby DeShazo, City Bruce DeShazo, City Joe Lynn Atkins, City Tommy Ayers, City Donna Sue Via, City Andrew King, City Mrs. Martha Decanter, City Mrs. Frank Glisson and baby, City G. W. Morgan. City Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Jack Neal. Cooter Hulon Holmes, City Gosnell PTA Hears Speaker Members of the Gosnell Parent- Teachers Association met at the school Tuesday night, when Mrs. R. L. Maxwell presided and H. B. Richardson of Blytheville spoke ? to the group about the polio vaccine program. During the program the PTA was entertained with songs by the high school glee club.'Mrs. Ira .Jonei presented a devotional. In the business session, It was annouced that the PTA has purchased a piano for the school to replace one that was burned last year. The fourth, ninth, and tenth grades will be sponsored by the organization for a trip to the "Memphis Zoo. as winners of the PTA membership drive. Bits of News Marriage Licenses The following couple has obtained a marriage license from the county clerk: Cecil L. Thompson of Caraway and Irene Dobbins of Manila. Stone Mountain is a solid block I of granite near Atlanta, Ga. I Fire Frequencies Fire breaks out in the United States every 38 seconds and an American dwelling catches fire every two minutes. One person dies in a fire every 50 minutes. Mrs. W. B. McMullin and Mrs. 0. Shonyo went to Memphis yesterday morning to be with Mr. McMullin, who underwent an operation yesterday at Kennedy Veterans Hospital. Condition of Mr. McMullin, is reported to be satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Price announce the birth of their first child, a son at Chickasawba Hospital on Saturday. He has been named Fred Winslow. Mrs. Price, who is the former Miss Zelma Wheeler, is now making her home here with Mr. and Mrs. Damon McLeod while her husband is serving with the Marines in Korea. Condition of Herman Osborn is reported improving under treatment at Kennedy Veterans Hospital in Memphis following a stroke Jan. 21. He will be dismissed from the hospital soon, Mrs. Osborn said. Mrs. W. ,M. La Ferney was in Portageville yesterday to attend funeral services for Willie Purcell, who died at his home there Wednesday. Misses Doris Bean and Jeanne Campbell were to arrive home today from Ole Miss where they are attending school to spend 10 days with their parents, Mrs. Fred Bean and family and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Campbell. Johnny Loggins arrived home from Texas A and M at College Station, to spend the Easter holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Loggins. Miss Annette Whistle is spending a vacation from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Tex., with her mother, Mrs. C. H. Whistle, and family. Condition of F. E. Black, who underwent surgery Monday at the Baptist Hospital in Memphis, is reported satisfactory. Dr. Frank G. Smith will leave Thursday for Omaha, Neb., to attend the spring reunion of Scottish Rite Masons. He has spent the winter with his daughter, Mrs. R. F. Kirshner, and family. Dr. and Mrs. William D. Chamblin, Jr., and daughter, Wendy, are visiting: his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Chamblin, for several days. Dr. Chamblin recently received a discharge from the Air Force, and they are now en route to Philadelphia, where he will resume private practice. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Trissler and children, Jeanne and Guy, Jr., of Millington will spend the Easter week end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Kirshner, and family. Tobacco loses about 8 per cent of its nicotine when it is dried in an oven, experiments indicate: Air-dried tobacco, on the other hand, showed no significant loss of nicotine after 13 to 17 weeks of drying. AT KELLEY'S HURRICANE STRAW IN TWO POPULAR STYLES Nylon Mesh with Straw and Kidskin Trim in a Gay Beige Amba. Complete Sizes And Widths Also Available In Cool Summertime Sandal _K YOUR FftfENDtr SHOff 570*1 Pre-Easter Programs Given At a, meeting of the evening group of the Christian Women's Fellowship of the First Christian Church following a dinner Tuesday night, the group divided into two groups. Charity and Love, and elected their officers. Mrs. B. F. Brodgon is leader of the Charity Group and Mrs. Cecil Lowe is leader of the Love Group. Other chanty officers include Mrs. Ben Henderson, study and worship chairman; Mrs. John Burnett, service chairman; Mrs. Gene Lanham, secretary and treasurer. Other Love Group officers are Miss Margaret Wright, study and worship chairman; Mrs. J. P. Garrott, service chairman; and Miss Luella Alley, secretary and treasurer: A pre-Easter program, "In Our Choices," was presented with Mrs. J. P. Garrott as leader. She was assisted by Mrs. Joe Pride, Mrs. Ben Henderson, Miss Wright, Mrs. Harry Bradley adn Mrs. John Burnett. A solo was presented by Mrs. Jerry Morgan, Jr., who was accompanied by Mrs. Dawlton Folston. The group was dismissed with the missionary benediction. Twenty three members attended with one guest, Mrs. James Rainwater. Hostesses were Mrs. Frank Whitworth and Miss Jess Srite. Members of the Hope Group held a meeting with Mrs. I. O. Westbrook and Mrs. R. L. Dedman as hostesses. Mrs. Ben Harpole conducted the worship service and the program. Participating on the program were Mrs. Walter Stiles, Mrs. M. T. Moon, Mrs. A. G. Hall, Mrs. E. M. Terry, Mrs. Dedman, Mrs. Rupert Crafton, Mrs. Chet Brown, Mrs. Frank Brown and Mrs. J. C. Ellis, Jr. A missionary quiz was conducted, after which Mrs, Rupert Crafton, chairman, conducted a business session to complete plans for Good Friday services. Following the missionary benediction, 'refreshments were served. Members of the Faith Group were entertained by Mrs. E. M. Terry, when Mrs. James Rainwater was leader of the pre-Easter service. Mrs. George Barham was worship leader with Miss Neal Luckett reading Bible references.' The group was dismissed following the missionary benediction. A jacket with a built-in heating system has been invented for explorers. The jacket has tubes through which a chemically heated liquid circulates. With the substitution of dry ice, the jacket may be used to cool the wearer in torrid climates. Tueve Bridge Club Meets Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Shinn enter- ta'ined at their home for members of the Tueve Bridge Club Tuesday evening, when their guests were Mr: and Mrs. M, C. Cooke. A low bowl of floating pansies, interspersed with long stem narcissus B.rA jonquils, with other arrangements of purple iris and spirea, provided floral decoration in the entertaining rooms. Mrs. Shinn served a dessert course upon arrival of the guests, who spent the evening in playing bridge. High score went to Mrs. Bob Blaylock and George Ford, Jr. Cltronella is a giant grass grown in Ceylon and southeastern Asia. 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