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PAGE FOUR BLVTHEVILLE <ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, MARCH 2t, 1949 Amelia Saiiba, Society Editor Phone 4461 Dessert Bridge Is Given Honoring Mitt lia Rogers The fint in a M-riM ot Ihtenttlni events Mint planned for MlH Ha Rogers, bH4e-el*ct Of Johnson Blackwell, w«» glVth Saturday afternoon When I*fs. Kendall Berry •nd Mis* Vera Qbodrlch combll- jnented Her with four table* of del- cert brldi* at Mr*. Berry's home. A yellow tnd frtttt color scheme was carried out In the decorations of the home and In the dessert. Centering the rtlnllig table was a smiting arrangement of yellow daffodils In a low bowl. Placed on a table in the livilie room was an arrangement ot white iris, snapdragons and sweetpeas intennlncled with tiny yellow swe*tpeas, In a reot- augular silver bowl. Adding to the attractiveness of lli« decorations were the handmade hulcUps of yellow and green in which was placed a jonquil, and the white place cards on which were pictured yellow jonquils. : Mrs. John F. Fields was hlyh score winner in tlie bridge Raines with Mrs. Joe EVrard receiving sce- ' ond high and Mrs. Henry Hilmph- reys. bridgo. Mrs. F, A. Rogers, mother of the bride-elect, was a luncheon guest. • • Miss Rogers chose for this affair •a grey afternoon frock which W»B complemented with » corsage of gardenias tinted in yellow from the 'hostesses. They als& presented her with a sliver Water pitcher. • • • '0. E. S. Club Members Hold Regular Meeting The Past Matrons and Past Patrons Club of th* Order of the Eas- 'tern Star held their regular monthly meeting at the Woman'* clubhouse ,'Fridiy night. Hostesses for the nf- -Jair which was attended by SO members and guests, were Mrs. J. W. Adams Sr., and Mrs. Ann Stick- Bits of News L Coming Events So«i«l CcUndar Thi Training ISijIiool for tlie fllylhevllle Area will be held «t the Filet Metliorllsl Ghurch »t 1UO p.m.. Th« Wbmen of the rtr»t Pi-teby- terlitn OliUrch will meet al ttie chUfch Hi 1:30 p.m. Victorian Lady Sets the Style Engtgemcht of Miss Elaine Gloria Bisk of Lltlle Rock to John p, Powers Jr., son of J. P. Powers, nlsd of Little Rock, wns announced today by her mother, Mrs. Minerva J. Slstt. Miss 8lsk Is the Rinnd- daughter of Mrs. Malnle l^llzlus of Blytlievllle. mon. The covered dish supper was served buffet style from a long table • which', was covered with a whlla • cloth and centered with an attrnc- Jtlve arrangement of Spring flowers. JVases of other mixed flowers were ; used to decorate the club. During the evening, Mrs. J. A. Wroten of Pine Bluff, who Was an -out of tot/n truest, was presented a gift by the hostesses. Worthy /Matron, Vlit. Victor SHlwell, wh» was celebrating her birthd»y, wfts also presented » gift of crystal In ,her pattern. Plans for a benefit bridge to be :glven April 1 Was discussed during ;the business Session. Mrs' W. p. '.Cobb was initiated Into (he club at .the close of Ihe business. • Mrs. Jennings Bailey and Mrs. W. O. Colston directed the games •during the recreation period. Highlight of this period featured n reading, "The Minutes of the Previous Meeting," which was given by Mrs. .Bailey. 'i • * • /Dinner Party Is Given Honoring Mrs. Oldham : E. O. Adams entertained close relatives and friends with a dinner party last night at his home on i North Highway 61, honoring Ms plster, Mrs. Mary Oldham of Shawneetown, 111., who was celebrating her 74th birthday. Attractively arranged InUhe home were crystal bowls tilled with deep red carnations. Adding to the decorations on the table, was the white birthday cake topped with tiny pink candles. Out of town guests who attended included, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Oldham and Mrs. Sunantha Stroud of Steele, Mo., Miss Kathcrlne Harris of Hayti, Mo., Mr. and itfrs. M. L. Cook ana daughter Doris Lee, Mrs. Mary Vinson and Mr. and Mrs. Orval oldham, all of Jonesboro. » • • Informal Drop-In Party Given For Mrs. Wroten Mrs. c. L. McWaters Jr.. was hostess Saturday night when she entertained with an informal drop-in -party honoring her houscgucst, Mrs J. A. Wroten of Pine Bluff, who returned to her homo (his morning Guests included the members of the -Ladles Bible Class of the Firs Methodist Church fo which Mrs 'Wroten was a former member, Mrs Miss Sisk Is Engaged To John P. Powers Jr. Mrs. MlnerVa, J. Blek of Little Rock announce^ the eiieaRSmeut ot her daughter. Miss Elaine Gloria felsk to John P. Powers Jr., son of J. P. Powers, also of Little Rock. The wedding Will be solemnized MAy 25 In the Holy Solils Church hi Little Rock. Miss Slsk, who is the grand* daughter of Mrs. Mttmic Ffltxius of Blythcvllle, was graduated from Little Rock Junior College, where she Was k member of Zctn Phi BOrorlty. Mr. Puw'erii attended Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wise., and Is no* Attending Arkansas Polytechnic College. Demonstration Club Council To Meet Saturday The Lane Onk home demonstration club will be hosteas to the Mr, nuri Mrs. Richard Oreenwcll of Memphis spent the weekend here as guests of their part-ills, Mr. unc Mrs. E. I". Cunningham nnd Mr. Hiid Mre. Paul CIrcenwell. Mrs, Prank Turk left yesterday for liayvlllc, La., to be the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Henry Coenen slid Infnnt daughter nnd Mr. Coenen. Mre. John Demi and son, Johnnie returned to their huuic In Lake Providence, La., Saturday, after having spent n week he** as (,'uests of her mother, Mrs. Myrtle Rlley nnd her fnllier-in-law, A, S. Dean and other relatives. Dick Williams, who Is n student nl Southwestern In Memphis, wan Ih6 weekend guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Williams. Mr. nnd Mrs. O. W. McCutchon left for Mlnml, Flu., where they will vacation for two weeks. Albert Sallbii, who Is employed 111 St. Louis, Mb., spent the vveclt- ehd here with his parents, Si*, mid Mrs. J. A. Sallba, nnd Ills sister Mrs. George Fnvali. Mr. Favatl and daughter, Until. Mr. nnd Mrs. Pnul Mahoh spent the weekend In East Prairie, Mo. as guests of his nlec*, Marilyn Gale Ionium Bud Mr. ntid Mrs. Percy Fussell. They were accomputitet there by Mr. Mahon's sister, Mrs Robert Hawkins and Mr. Hawkins and daughter, Charleiifi of Memphis, who were tneli- gUeste Friday Mi's. tirynnl P. Stewart, Mrs. Sam Godwin, Mrs. Paul Mnholi arid Mrs James Nlersthelmer were 111 Liltli Rock Thursday where they nttenU ed the nnntlnl Spring Conference 6 tile American Legion Auxiliaries a Fort, Hoots. While there, they ulsc Inadc n tout- of the hospitals. Thej Were motored to Little Hock by Mi Godwin. Mr. nnd Mrs. B. O. West and Mr and Mrs. M. A. Isaacs Had as thel kucsls over the weekend, Mr. West' Sister, Miss Mary Brodl« West, ant A. R. Thorn ana daughter, Mlsa Jane Thorn, all ot Memphis Among those from Blythevllle *!K attend tli« performance of '-Blue Snow' 1 the magician, fct tilt Bill Auditorium In Memphis yesterdu Business Women's circle Four of Hi* Calvary Baptist Church will meet ct the chuirch. »t 7!?p p.m. OlUb Eight m**Ulig With Mra. Olisrles LangMelV Mrs. Lloyd SUc-kmon enlerlalti- Inj Tuesday Bridge Club. LaNeuve Club Meeting with Mrs. Cotemaii Stevens. Mrs. Oelie Tcaford cnUrUlnlnx Trl'Town Club. Mrs. El wood Deen And Mrs. Oil- rl hitrmiiock cnlel-tRlliliig com- Imenlllig Mrs, Ullib Barnes at fltnmock home, 8 p.m. La Petite Club rnecling With Mis were Mr and Mrs. Oeorge 5j*§, Mr Mrs. 0. G. Redman, Mr. agemcnt leaders, conducted by Mrs. Gertrude B. Hollman, home demonstration agent, for North Mississippi County, and demonstration lor handicraft project leaders of the various clubs. Following a pot-luck luncheon, the afternoon session will be do- voted to a program on grooming. Mrs. Forrest Moore of the Lone Oak olnb will discuss Good Grooming Routines; Mrs. Buck German of Armorel will tnlk on Data on D<m- tlnc.ss; and Mrs. Elza Wheeler of Yarbro will discuss Good Health and Good Looks. Following the three dlsou&slons Mrs. Phlhuore Gibson of the Eajle Benuty School will demonstrate hnlr styling for vnrlous face types d the use of make-up. The Lone Oak club will also have bafcanr to raise funds for their club during the lunch hour. Special entertainment will be man and Miss Blllle Damon, and Mrs. Hawkins also visited wit relatives while there. Mrs. O. E. Graves mid dnughte: Marietta nre visiting with relative iti Clarksd;ile, MLss. They plan I I be gone a week. Joe Ferguson, student at Gcorgi Tech In Atlanta, Cia.. is spendlr Ills Spring vacation with his par flits, Mr. »nd Mrs. Joe Ferguso Sr, ThomnJ Bell, student at Soutl western in Memphis, wns the week end gueat of his parents, Mr, an Mrs. T. A. Bell. Condition of Mrs. W. H. Mil ynrd, who was admitted to the Ws' Hospital last night nfter having su fercd a stroke, remains critical. furntohed by a group of 4-H oh members from Ynrbro. in "tonett music. Miss Minnie Foster will (11 cci the music. Wednesday LE.W. Buhco OlUb meeting with re. Alvls Hhrrlfi, Thursday The Phebeiin Sunday School Class the First Baptist Church will eel at the church nt 7130 p.m. for iclr business nnd social meeting, oslesscti will be Mrs. Roy Beavers, rs. Loin Oulbcrtson, Mrs. Erby odge, Mrs. Vcstcr Howen nnd Mrs. V. OofT. Mrs. Lungs ton Ashford hostess U> icmbers of the Octette Club. Avalou Bunco Club meeting witii rfvs, Speck McGregor. Mrs. Russell Phillips entcrUinlhg 'liiirsda.V Clui>, Blylhevllle Rook Club meeting #llh Mrs Hoy Head. Mrs. Her in an Hoffman entertain'- ig Q.N.B. Clilb. Twentieth Centtiry Club meeting t Hut, * p.m. Honta and Iniste-ssra, At »nd Mi's, bale Brigs, Ml-, and drs. Jarnef 0, GUkrd, Ml', and Mrs. Gllbe-rt HartloCk And Mr. tthd Mrs ROUSR Hiirp. M«. Snntord Boone will be hew ess to the Thursday Luncheon Club. Friday Mrs. R. A. Cbpeland will enter- sin the C. B. 0. Club «t her home. Mrs. Toby Long will be hostess o the Friday OlUb. Th« Friday Contract Club will b« entertained at the- h6me of Mrs. C. L. McWaters jr. Is seen in (He en- tile Victorian inllileiice on Luster taslilulis , 3 ,„„ ,„ lne fn . semble mptleletl abuve, ih the close-ups of accessories described til" 1 . while print dress ot silk Japtist I/no Class Meets With Mrs. Adrian Russell The UNA Class of the Armorel Baptist Church mot Friday at the lome of Mrs. Adrian Russell for heir monthly business meeting. Fifteen members and two visitors. Mrs. James Bell of Stuttgart and Mrs. Minnie Kirk attended. Tht devotional Was given by Mrl Henry Berry, after which Mrs. C. A. Vinson spoke on the subject, "Builcl;- ing ft Better Sunday School Class. 1 ' 'Ho* 16 improve Our Sunday School Class," was the topic chosen by Mrs.. W. O. Anderson. At the ciose of the program, the secretary, Mrs. Ted Faueht, gave her monthly report. Ttie next meeting will be held April 31 at the home of Mra, Berry. B.T.U. Delegates Return from State Convention There were lib Mississippi Cbiln- ty delegates, including 40 from the First Baptist CJhUrch at Blythevllle, attending the Baptist Slntc Trnin- Itig Unloh Convention in Little Rock, Friday and Saturday, A to- tnl of 1.BG6 delegates registered for the convention cessions. At the election Friday afternoon. Fred Becker, director of music and education j\t the First Baptist Church here, Was cleclcd vice-president of the Northeast District. The Hev. Stanley Jordan of Sprlngdale wns re-elected president of the Training Union Convention. Gernld Brown, son of the Rev. E C. Brown, representing Mississippi County and the First Baptist church here, was first place winner In the state Junior memory drill with fe perfect score; Mrs. Clrady Magee won honorable mention in a speakers' .[ouriiniuoiit, and Carey Hushing In Ihe Intermediate sword drill. The group returned to Blythevllle Saturday iilghl, Tlie next convention will be at the Inimnnuel Baptist Church at Little Rock, March 17-10, 19SO. M'Graih Says Truman Has No 'Stump' Plans PHOVtNCB. R. L, March 21—</P) -Sen. J. Howard McClrath, democratic national chairman, says President Truman "has ng Immediate Intention" of touring the country for support, of his legislative program. The Rhode Island Senator said last night the Pi-c.sUlenl's statement that he might make such at tour Searcy Planter Dies MEMPHIS. March 21. dT}— Funeral services will be held today for Thomas Brown King, a I. former Tennessee legislator ami retired Scarcy. Ark., planter. He died Saturday. Agri Council to Meet MEMPHIS, March 21. m—The tenth annual meeting and banquet was "u chalice remark." of the Agricultural Council of Ar- President Truman told a Jeffcr- kimsas wi " bc hclcl hei ' e ne!it Mon son-Jackson Day dinner In Wnsh- day, ingloh Feb. 24 that he might "even get on a train again aiid make another tour around the country to tell the people hov,' their country is getting on." McOrath snld in an Interview that after other legislation hns been .aken care of renewed efforts will be made to bring the civil rights program before Congress. At The Hosoitalt • Blylheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Doyle Houston and baby, Dell. Margaret White, olty. Mary Flowers, city. Walls HuspltJl Dismissed: Mrs. Sndie Young. Stccle, Mo. Kenneth McDanlel. Dcerlng. Mo. Sam Guy. New Madrid, Mo. Iron May Be Found In Bauxite Residue LITTLE ROCK. March 21. Wl — Iron mny be recovered in commercially-profitable quivntitics from re.sltlue of bauxite at Reynolds Metal-! Alumina plant at Hurricane Civjck. Senator J. W. FulbrlglH wrote the Ariransas Gazette here that a Bu- re.ii! of Mines study had disclosed such n possibility. 'Thli may be n very significant so'irce of iron ore for a small electric type steel plant such ns h:is been proix>sed for Northeast Arkansas." Fulbvight said. Fire Destroys House Occupied by Negroes Fire of an undetermined origin destroyed a three-room Negro house nt the rear of 520 cillcknsnwba at 4:30 a.m. today. Fire Chief Roy Henri-stated that tlie house wns a total loss. The blap.e had made liondwny by the lime volunteer firemen reached the scene, he sntd. The property was owned by O. II. Wallace. Read Courier News Want Ads King George Improves LONDON, March 21—r/Pi—King George's operation has improved the circulation in his right foul so much he can now get out of bed part of each day, his doctors said this morning. 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