The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 2, 1951 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 2, 1951
Page 4
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PAGB FOUR BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS ,. AUGUST «, 1981 Jane Shelton, Society Kditor Phone 4461 G. 0. Poetz Home Scene Of Weekly Bridge Game The O. O. Poetz home on West Chfckasawb« was the scene yesterday of the weekly bridge game of Club Eight, For the occasion Mr«. PoetE Invited Mrs. John Walter Cocke. Jr., ot Birmingham. Ala., Miss Virginia Nunn of Washington D C houseguest of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nunn. Mrs. C I-. McWaters. Jr., Mrs. Vcrnoii Thomasson and Mrs. Nunn to i)= guests. , , "" A dessert course preceded the .'tame-in which Mrs. Jesse M. Wniic von high score and Mrf. Rive-. Allen, second high. Mrs. »on took B» fst h '-1 h honors. Mrs McWaters, second and Miss Nunn. bridgo. . Assorted hue blooms u'tre clustered in bouquets throughout me (inertalnlng rooms. High Two, Six Guests Entertained in Home The Hip.h Two Club and six Biie-sl* were invited to the 1'. u.. Faster home on West Main last night lor an evening ol playing bridge Mrs. Fred sieadman was hostess to the club aim guests, Mrs. Cecil Kelly. Mrs. Fred sandefnr, Mrs Evaett Peterson, Mrs. Klbert, Johnson mid Mrs. Winifrert Wyatt Miss Elizatelh Conger of Cheyenne, Wyo who Is housegnesting with Mrs. johnion and [amlly was the only out-of-town guest lor the bimonthly event. The sitflng rooms of the home ased lor the' occasion held vases filled Fltb pastel shaded summer blooms. High score for the club went to Mrs W. H Hutson.'wtin Mrs. Peterson taking top honors for the juest-s. The hostess served course. dessert A Fashion-First For lou Bits of News An a IUr-shower il ustlnj; of liaby jiowdcr is :in aid in lorn- balling Iml-wc.iltior .stickiness. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hardy have :\s their hoiisi'isucsls Mr. Hardy's biotlin, Sam T. Hardy and Mrs. Hardy of flint. Micl>. Miss Elizabeth Coneor of Chej'CM- ne. Wyo.. is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Elbcrt Johnson. Mrs. John Wnkei Cockc 1 .Jr., al nirmiiiBliam. Ala.. Is Hie guest r>t i lin- iiai'dil*. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin ; A f4-p r ^hnWPr Nunn anil Inmlly. ,/^ I I C I JtlUWt-I Miss rinrencc Chamlx-is i.< report- j Bv A|H . |4 , IIHT ed In a satisfactory mncli'.mn at her! Nf . g ' home nn rtoiiic 1 ulirre shn rc-c^lv-j o,l :, fracliircd hip Sunday morn-! M""* women, slrusglmx in n mil. She will Ix.- confined cl ' n R>»* clothes mid other dKconi- »ix weeks ; forts or hot-neallicr stk-kinos*. Hot-Days Hint- Powder Helps M r. n nd M rs. Jfl nu-s Ti- rry a nd hilclti'M nri- now al thoii tmme on Coming Events Social. Calendar Thursday Duplicate Bridge League meets at 7:30 p.m. at Totel Noble. Friday Donas Clnss ot First Baptist Church Ims bll.sities.s social meeting at the home of Mrs. Claude Rowland.'1214 Holly at 3 p.m. Mrs. J: W. Porllock, co-hostess. Shrine Club Barbecue dinner at Hie Club 7:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Price. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Warren and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Stovall hosts and hostesses. Saturday Mi. e s Laura -aucun becomes the uncle ot Donald M. Manners at the First Presbyterian Church at i in a.m. Duplicate Bridge lyp-^iie meeis nl Hotel Noble at 1:0 ]>.3m. nlngton 10 nc solemnized Saturday nitjlil. Dr. arid Mrs. F. E. Ill ley and family have as their guests Mrs. Ulley's sister, Mrs. 'A'. K. Music)' and children, Mary Alice and Joann of HnusLoti, Tex. Mr. am, Mrs, Kendall Berry and .on, Jew: have a.s their y .•lid Fritiuy guests, the Rev. and Mrs. Robert KcnijiRi and three_ sons ol Milwaukee, The Hev. and Mrs Kfnipcs and sons are en 1'ieniis, Miss., to attend tubbing. 8749 lf-20 Mrs. Mosley Honoree For Surprise Shower Mrs James Mosley wa-s shower"«d with gift* for her new home last night by the 15 guests who lathered al the home oJ her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Graves "-on'Hewri. MUsea Tommle Robcrt- ~«on, Pat McGregor and Mrs. Bill .Avis were hostesses for the surf prise bridal event. Mrs. Mosley was I until her recent marriage Miss Bct- , ty Ann Graves. " The guests spent Ihe eveniiiB m- ",. Jormally during which Mrs. Most ley displayed her gilts and the hos- * tesses served cafce and iced drinks. ' - Zinnia tilled v»*es.'were set about * lhe / eni*rt»lnlng.'roonis'ot IHe horne^ J. 'L,!-'-"-'-*'':?^'*'''^-:' "'> ' Miss Goodrich Tops Scores i For Weekly Bridge Club > Mi» Vera Gcodrich won h'e' 1 I tcore Mrs. Richard T. Mills, second t hi?h and Mrs. Joseph W. McHaney. •• bridgo last night when Mrs. Louis '. Henderson'was hostess at her homi- * to memberi and guests ot the CII3 i '; Mrs T. H. Caraway and Mrs. Mc'•• Haney were the only guests lor the. " weekly dessert bridge. ^' Small tables were set. up for the f game in the entertaining room ol 5 the home .which was adorned with J zinnias and colorful marigolds. i :, Al ITLE Members Attend : • Weekly Dessert Bridge • All members of the TLE Club "• were present last, niglit for the -' weekly dessert bridge for which Mrs. .' W. J. Cupples was hostess at her ' home. • Mrs. Herman Turner led thf '.'• acor^a In the game with Mrs. Jcr- • ry Scrape winning second high and ' Mrs. Bill Lambert, bridgo. By Sue Burnett A stunning date dress for early fall wear that feature* the accent fashion decrees — softly roundcc shoulders, widespread collnr ami a young, lull skirt. lie Ihe first to ivoar this exciting style. ) Pattern No. 8M9 h a sew-rlU: iierforalca pattern for sizes 10. 14. 18, IS. and 20. SIM 12, 5', I 3fl-inch For this pattern, send 30c In COINS your name, address sUe desired, ami Hie PAITERN NUM- bnr to Sin- Burnett, Courier News 372 W Qulncy Street. Chicago. 6. Ill Semi' 25 cents today for the Fall ami Wilier FASHION. 48 pages o( smart. ea:,y to sew styles; interest- inx feattncs; fnshiun news. Gift patterns printed Inside the b^ok. her. Harold Nimn Jiml M'S. N'mn 1 Kiai'dnsrcnls, Mr and Mrs Marvin Niitm. ' Mies Mildred Ofincilt of Jones- born nas (he Wodn-fduy Riiost of her sister. Miss S'te Osinenl. Mr. and Mrs. N. F. MiUFlK'll and [ninllv I'.aye as Ilielr enest Mrs. Marfhall's sister. Ml<s Grace nnn- ei' of Rii!>y5\'illo. Mrs. Pearl Hires returned yesterday from Union City. Tcnn wherej^.^jj^j MeMcs surl ft]iew :.-!K hnii spejit Fe\er;i! \v n »ks wtth J daiiRlHer. Mrs. J. W. Dunn and lorts ot nnt-weaincr stitkinos*.. s ol M . !uau ' KC e. Wi>*. The Hev v.-oiul« why It „,»., they ever longed ; n(J Mr ,. Kml ^ s ami sons are el ir M yo''.'ve' found frequent ta.hs « mc '" .^™ ^' M^'BeVoal AM LJititlr-ruatc ?olutkii] to Urn prob- I ^j J '., , r .' '',., ( .hstone ... , |)n,.ops you slioula tn-e u . ^ {[ y])fj ^^.^ j o \- tn posier an< s S-!"u ! S Si i ^!n"r?^;'E^,vmr"^/^ wl can aid von, u,u, wiien ll.L- ! Owciiilxjro and lfci«Jer.«on._ Ky ithonnoniclpr sonrs. ( wlirre lhe> tiad visited relatives. sct can aid you, luu, when the thermometer soars. After your sliuwer try "soaking this powd iy over your body You'll find your lingerie and blouses slip on more easily when you're ciiessin^ The absorbent quality of this powder will, also help prevent thejr clinging to your skin later when' faintly, Mr*. DIHJH accompaiiifid her mother (o Memphis. Mr*. A, R. Wctcnkamp and daughter, Terry arrived IhH Afternoon from their home In Memphis to RjiCMid several dnys with Mrs. Wetenkamp's inolher, Mrs. E. M. Terry. Mrs. Jomes Kill Jr.. Is ni:c!erRCi- yartls 1"^ LhernpeutLc treatmcni at Barnes 1 Hospital In St. Louis, where she will be a patient Tor annroxlmnlely two Church Services Resume Aug. 19 The 10 a.m. Sunday School and II a.m. worship service o[ the Fir.>t Lutheran Church will be resumed Sunday. Aug. IS following the Rev. G. Mlessler's return from a western vacation, It. waa announced today. 7> "" _'•'•"" -' •'••"Moments v, - iLh God" heard each •Sunday mornlnc n(. !l:30 fl in. ovr-r KLCN will be broadcast, during the Rev. Mr. Mlcssler's absence. Florida lias both (he lonscst seacoast atid the longest tidewater frontaRe amonu tlie states. weeks. She Is In Room 2106. Mrs. Illll was motored to SI. Louis Sunday by Mr. Hill and H. B. Richardson, who returned home Monday.- Miss Pat McGieRor will' leave Sunday for Halls. Tcnn.. where slurj will vacation for a week. | Mrs. Carl Lay ami children. Car-; !ene and Carl. Jr.. left yesterday for Forrest City to be the weekend guests: of Mrs. Lay's father, £. O, Morris. While gone they will also visit In Round Pound. Cpl. William R. Sullivan Is en route to the U.S. Marine Air Station Kltora. Calif., after he and Mrs. Sullivan had spent 15 days here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. (jporge Skelion and family. Mrs. Sullivan, the former Miss Rubye Aycock. remained for an extended visit. .The Rev. and Mrs. O. Miesler and family are: vacationing for two wc,eks wllh'ijrelatlves in WitcliHa. Kans. TheyVplan to visit points of 'western interest before their return. Mrs.-O. V. Daws Is now at her home on Henrn after having undergone treatment at Memphis Baptist. Hospital. Mrs, Carl'E. Walker and two sons, -Carl and Johnny of Memphis are vlsttinjj In Blythevifle II)is week a, 1 ) guests of Mr. ami Mrs. Brad Daniel and Mr. nnd Mrs. M. D. Iloooer. Mrs. Walker is the former Miss Hct- Ray Ellis of Blythcville. Frank Hall -will leave Saturday for Ht. Lotiis to spend the weekend with his lather. Frank Hull. Si- Mr, and Mr.s. Baker \Vilson and daughter, Miss Jane Wilson. Miss Annelhi Humplircys and Mrs, J. Farm McCalla will leas'? tomorrow for Paris Lo attend the marriage ol Mrs. Wilson's soil. William A, Kid- ridge, Jr., and Campbell Pen- d and Ifcntler.'.on, Ky., had visited relatives. - - and son, Jrrry sr.d Miss Barbara .Mon- asilian W3li leave Saturday morning for Pren-.i.-,, Miss., to altend the marri; ge r>f Miss Betty Dale and Robert TcuchEkme to be solemnized at 4 p.m. at the P:vst Baptist Church. Miss Dale Is a frequent niyt'ieville visitor and is a niene of Mr. nnci Mr.s. Be.rry. They will be joined by Alan Berry of the University of Miss., who together with another cousin of the bride will llpht the tapers. Miss Monaghan will serve at the reception. Mr. and Mr.s. Richard T. Mills will leave Memphis by plane Saturday morning for Oiceola, Neb., where I hey will spend two weeks as guests of .vir. Mills' parents, Mr. and Mr.s. M A Mills. George W. Bush left this morning for lu's hcmc in Paragould after spending several days here with his sister. Mrs. Cecil Shane. QUEEN PAIRS WIN—Ending a weck-lonu "Battle of Charm" between Florida and California girls at Santa Monica, Calif., judges icl'ilod two from each group as winners. Left to right are Marcia Fuller and Mary Dwight of St. Petersbure, Fla.. and Beverly Jone« and Lillian Farmer of Los Angeles, Licenses The following couplet yesterday ialned marriage license! at tht (Jlce. of the county clerk, Mr». lizabeth Blythe Parker: Chester Danlterson of Flint. Mich., nd Miss Doris Holden of Caraway, rk. Carl Hubbard and Mrs. Margue- l(c De Vellier, both of Carthage, Aa. ent to rape. Dorothv Mofield, robbery. Happy Antwer to Hearty App«tilet At The Hospitals Rljlhedlle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Ot'.o Weaver, Sleele. Walls Hospital Dismissed i Dwen Chapman, HarrLsburg Corners. I^roy Hurris, Hayti. Mrs. Charlej May and baby, Brpguadocia Mrs. L. H. Giles and baby, Air Bnv. Patsy Jean Ash. Rt. 3. Wayne Thompson, Sleele. Head Courier News Classified Ads With the Courts Chancery: G'.vendolyi Jchnson vs. Albert W- John.son, suit for divorce.. Alma James vs. Thos. Jelferson James, s'rit lor divorce. D. F. layior, irusiee, vs. Bill Reid. Co., foreckrture. D- F. Taylor, triistee, vs. Ernest H. Beadle, et a!, foreclosure, D- F. Taylor, trustee, vs. C. A. Turner, et al, fcreclosure. D, F. Taylor, trustee, vs. Trola Shutitfita, et al, foreclosure. Circuit (Criminal): Frank XVilliams, assault with ln- quick lo fix! Se r v« Evergood Bacon for breakfast, lunch or supper. It's always crisp and tender—sliced just right, not too.thict. not too Ihin. Always buy Evergood Sliced Bacon. ., Mcmphii, T«nn, Air Conditioned by Refrigeration PROGRAM SCHEDULE KOSE 860 On Vnur lll.i! , AllgUSl 2, I9.M ; 1/istPn 1o Kl.CN al 10:10 a.m. and t:0fl p.m. daily for our program announcements. 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