The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 5, 1949 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 5, 1949
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BLYTHEVILLE (AUK.)' COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, MAT 8,1»4» i'hone 4<161 {Wedding Plans Announced $3y Miss Ramona England ' Miss Ramon* England, daughter fof Mr. and Mfs..Jlm England, today 'nude known plans Tor her marriage Sto Edgnr Cain Jr., son of Edear :Cain Sr. and the late Mrs. Cain. > The double ring ceremony will be ^solemnized Sunday, May 15, at * Jp m at the Calvary Baptist Church twith the Rev. P. H. Jernlgan, pastor, assisted by the Rev. Boyd Hd- Sridge of the Baptist Church in Ty- Eroma, officiating. i A program of nuptial music will Sbe presented by Mifs Mildred 'Frank. pianist and Miss Jo Anne •Trieschnian vocalist. : The bride-elect will be given i 'marriage by her father. Mrs Jac 'Gentry will be matron of honor i fl nd Muss Bonnie Sue Blvens of JDymburg. as maid of honor. Bridesmaids will be Miss Dorothy Sjean Hiegmson and Miss Madge | V Crf W iU be lighted by MLss .Evelyn Tomllnson and Miss Alma Icain, sister of the bridegroom-elect. Ijean Anderson will serve as flowei I 8 ' James I, England, brother of the ibride-elcct, will serve Mr. Cain as •nest man with ushers being, San- iord Tomllnson, Edwin Barger, fBobby Walden, Roland Rounsaville (and R O. Belkjmp. ! Following the wedding a reception will be held at the home of the fcrtdc-elect's parents, 1909 Wcsl A*h. irtiss France, England sister of the fbride-elect, Miss Detlye Faster. Miss Lorrene Ross. Mr.,. Henry Long •and Mrs. Bill Godwin will assist at ?he reception. Miss Geneva Shtbley will preside over the bride's book. ^Surprise Shower Given Honoring Mrs. Adams i Mrs Charles Adams was honored .)ast night at the home of Mvs. Bert ioss Jr. with a surprise shower. Co- Recently Married Ensign and Mrs, Walter Kuehn are shown their following wedding,] Saturday, April 30. Mrs. Kuelm !»' (lie former Mias Ruth Henderson.jl daughter ol Mr. nnd Mrs. J. V, Henderson of Dell Ensign Knclni Is the son of Mr. nnd M r s. A. Kuehn of Brooklyn, N. Y. Tlic double ring ceremony wns solcmn- iwd at llic home of Die bride's sis- lor, Mrs. Russell Gill nnd Mr. Gill In Dell, In tlie presence of close friends and relatives, with the; Rev. O. Mlessler,- pastor of t h c' First Lutheran Church, officiating. The coiipln will reside i n Virginia, while Ensign Kuclin Is stationed at the Naval Air Station In Occnna Mrs. Modinger Hostess To Bridge Club, Guests Mrs. G. O. PoeU and Mrs. Marvin Robinson were guests yesterday when Mrs, Cornelius Modinger entertained the Town and Country Club at her home at 1045 West Walnut. In the afternoon bridge games, Mrs. P. D. Foster won high score and Mrs. Modinger second high. Vases of radiant pink roses were arranged In the entertaining rooms of the home. , Refreshments were served by the hostcis following the games. Mrs. Old Entertains Bridge Club and Guest Mrs. L. E. Old was hostess. Tuesday when she entertained the Tuesday Bridge Club and one guest Mrs. Harry Kirby, at her home. Attractively arranged in tlic en— -• .. tertalning rooms of tile home wcrt i ivon by Mrs. Scherer with VBSCS 0 , h (lowc) . s ln pabte ittih being won by Mrs. s i ln(ics _ Neville Ulakemore and rooko. by H|(tll sco ,. e W|>(it to Mrs chlirle Mrs. llnroUl Hlnson. digger In the afternoon biidgt The liomc was decorated with Bam es with second high being won boucim'i.s of mock orange and tails- uy Mrs Lloyd Stlckmon. man rases. The hostess served refreshment Bridge Luncheon Giveij At Baker Wilson Home Tlic Wednesday Club was cntci- .ilncrt yesterday at the home of Mrs. linker Wilson. 1509 West Wal- lul, with a bridge luncheon. Mrs. I. c. I'alton was a guest. The three course luncheon ,vas civcd at the dining table which \-as centered with an attractive nrangemcnt of oscs. Other spring lowers were used throughout the ionic. In the bridge games played fol- owlng the luncheon, high score went o Mrs. Harry Kirby with Mrs. K. E. Black winning second high. Vlrs. Scherer Hostess To Thursday Rook Club Mrs. l.con Scherer was yesterday I" the Thursday Hook Clul) when Ihey met at her home. In Hie aiiernoon games, .score wa.s second Hlakemore and rooK( l.nvihl ITtnsrtll. With 1 Rcfre-shmc-iits were served by thej hostess following the games. of a dessert course. Mrs. Coleman Entertains La Pelite Club, Guests Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. Herman Walpole returned yesterday from Cape Gl- •ardeau, Mo., where they spent several days as guests of Mrs. Wat- wle's sister, Mrs. Will Devore and Mr. Devore and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Avery have returned lo llicir home in Meridian, Miss., after having spent the past week here with Mrs. Avery's brothers, P. L. and J. A. Pinion and ta'mllies. Master Sergeant and Mrs. John Gorwin Gay and daughter, Cynthia arrived yesterday to spend severa days here with his parents, Mr. ant Mrs. J. W. Gay and his brother Marion Gay. They arrivde by plane Sunday night in Mobile. Ala., frorr Saint Lucia in the Carribean Thea ter, where he has been stationed to: nearlythree years. The R*v. and Mrs. Lester D Strubhar and sons, arc In Lltll' Rock where they will attend th Arkansas State convention o Christian Churches to be held a the Christian Church there tomor row. Mrs. Frank Whltwnrth, Mrs. Jo Bcaslcy, Mrs. Fred Pleeman. Mrf John Candlll and Mr. nnd Mr. oss . hosfesses were Mrs. J. H. Adams; pdiss Joy Chandler and Miss R 05 " 'etta Smith. ? Attractive nrrangements of sum- jner flowers were used throughout the entertaining'rooms ol the home, i Games were played during the evening and won by Mrs. Ivan R. VanPatten, Mrs. Sum Hanlcy and Miss Eilen Hagan. They presented their prizes to the guest of honor. ! Following the games, open faced heart shaped sandwiches. cookies knd iced drtaks were served. : Later in the evening I he honoree T?as presented her gifts. ta Nueve Club, Guest Meet With Mrs. Jerome '. Mrs. Newell Jerome was hosles Tuesday night when she entertaine< jlie La Nueve Club together with one guest, Mrs. Jack Chamblln, at her home. • High score went to Mrs. Coleinan Stevens during the evening bridge Raines, with Mrs. Melvln Halsell re- ielving second high. T Spring flowers In assorted colors jpere used to decorate the home. Mrs. Whittle Honored At S. Goff Residence Mrs. Lasronnc Whittle was honored Tuesday night when Mrs. Murray McHtvffey cntcrlnlned the Y.M.B. Club will) a dinner party at the home of her mother, Mrs. S. Goff. Guests were Mrs. A. J. Snnu't and Mrs. Goff. The dining table was covered with a hand crochet clolh nnd centered wllh. a low crystal bowl filled with pink roses. At one end of tlie table, was the white birthday cake decorated In pink and green. Mock orange toses and peonies were attractively arranged in the home. Pillowing dinner, bunco games were played with Mrs. Durwood Long receiving bunco, Mrs. I. M McHaffey, low score nnd Mrs. Essie Lcndennie, high score. \lrs. Brewer Is Hostess To Bridge Club, Guests Mrs. W. P. Brewer etllcvtniiie icr bridge club yesterday «t her lome, 010 Hiiain. with a 1 o'clock uncheon. Guesls oilier than members were Mrs. A. G. Mall, Mrs. V. G. Holland. Mrs. Etnum Nolen. Mrs. Herman Cross, Mrs. E. J. Brown, Mrs. Joe Ferguson and Mrs. W. I. Deiiton. Tlie luncheon was served ut small Lnblcs, each being centered with an arrangement of spring flowers. Roses, pnnsics nlltt daisies were used throughout the home. Duving the afternoon games, Mrs. A. M. Butt received high score for the club members and Mrs. Nolcn Business Meeting Is Helt By First Lutheran Guild The First Lutheran Guild me last night at the home of Mrs Mrs. lien Iiarpoic and Mrs. San- George McLeod for a regular bus Jonn calia i,, aiio mr. mm Mr. ford Hoone were guests Tuesday iness meeting with eight members | chestc ., caldwell were among thos with members of the La Petite Club and one guest present. Blythoville who attended th when Mrs I H Coleinan enter- Opening prayer was offered ty ' tallied at her home. Mr s. Fred Reichcl. after which Mrs. Paiisies nnd peonies In crystal Edward Trautman, a new member, •ases 'were arranged In the rooms was introduced, vhcre bridge was played. During the business session. Mrs. Mrs Colcnmn received high score Herman Hoffmann gave n report on hildi'e names with Mrs. 'he zone meeting held in Little .... 1 Rock. A gift of $4.000 was rccieved from the Lutherans Missionary League to the Blythcvlllc First Lutheran Church toward the building fund and a gift of $125 was given toward the furnishings of n the Hurpole receiving second high. The hostess served refreshments | of a dessert course during afternoon. the Family Week Observed At First Methodist National Family the church from the East Tennessee and Arkansas District of the Woman's League. A candy nnd cake sale was plan- Week wns ob- ned for Saturday. May 14, to help guest high. n Mrs. B. M. Malhis. was \von by Mrs- Whittle was presented gifts, in their tea. Certain Mongolian tribes use salt 1'isl night duriiiB the regu- l»e children's Sunday School class h imily night meeting at the ™ise money for a Baptismal Fount First Methodist Church when a spo- for the: church. A special meeting '" at tllc home of Mrs - oll i e Schwartz red velvet drop tor th Hickmuii accompanied at ( the- piano Ijy Mrs. J. C. Droke. Tlie new feature length ftlm, ••Reaching From Heaven," which deals with family life nnd the place which the church should have in every Christian home, was shown ut tlie close of the program. Approximately 100 attended the j special observance. Blytl c piny. "O Mistress Mine" a lie Ellis Auditorium In Memph eslcnlay. Mrs. C. E. Daaqett arrived ycstei lay from Mariunna to visit wit ier daughter, Mrs. Dick J. Whl 1 ind Mr. White. She will be he for a week. Condition of Mrs. Rene Georg who underwent an operation at the Baptist Hospital in Memphis Insl week is much improved. Her mother, Mrs. Yoimi! ol Greenwood. Miss . and her mother-in-law, Mrs. M George of Hlytheville is with her She will probnuly be dismissed from the hospital the first part of next week. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hall of tlie Veterans Housing Quarters in Blytheville. are the parents of a daughter bom Sunday at the Walls Hospital. The couple's first child, she has brcn named. Linda Susan. Mrs. Hall is i he former Miss Agnes Lavern Ashley. Mrs. Walter ROienthal Is now able to be up alter having been confined to her home. 1051 Holly, with n sprained ankle. Miss Elkins It Hostess o Demonstration Club • Mrs. O. O. Elkins was hostess uesday afternoon to the members the Yarbro Home Demonstration lub wacn they met at her home, here were 12 members, and two uests, Miss Mildred Hagerman and drs. Ernest Halsell, present. Each member answered roll call y telling something they remem- jercd most about Lh3lr mothers, "he devotional was given by Mrs. . B. Llyod. followed by the group nglng. "America." A poem was ead by Mrs. Elkins preceding the usluess session. A film on . modern gitclien with roper lighting was shown by Miss lagerman, after which Mrs. Hal- ell gave a demonstration on an roner. During the social hour, games vere played with prizes being won jy Mrs. B. A. Bugg, Mrs. Bob Cope- and and Mrs. Zoa Thompson. The hostess served refreshments of a .ndwich plate with Iced drinks. The next meeting will be held al the home of Mrs. Johnnie McRay, May 10. At The Hospitals Blylhevllle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. R. B. Lucas, Annorel. Mrs. Robert Perkins, Huffman. Mrs. R. L Renfro, Barstow. Calif. p. M. Knottgrass Sr., Osceola. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mr.s. C. L. Bell, city. Mrs. Lloyd Gates, city. Alfred Lovins. Cooler, Mo. Hob Snyder, city. Coming Events Social Calendar Senior Breakfast at tfat Pint Bap- tut Church at 7 p.m. Official Board meeting at the First Methodist Church «t 7:30 p.m. The Jiycett*s will meet at the Rustic Inn at 7:30 pjn. Friday ( Jk Mrs. Lendennle Powler will ef* terrain the C. B. C. Club at her home. The Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sfgnu Phi will meet at the home of Mrs. F. E. utley at 2:30 p.m. The Dorcas Class of the . First Baptist Church will have a social and business meeting at the church 1th Mrs. J. F. ThompWns and Irs. C. F. Tucker as hostesses. • « « Civic Caltndar Thundiy Rotary Club, Hotel Noble— 12:10 p.m. Friday The Senior Young Peoples M.Y.F. Council meeting at the First Meth- riist Church at 7:30 p.m. National table tennis champion exhibition. B'ville "Y"— 4 p.m. Boy* and Girls Parade — 5 p.m. North Mississippi County District Boi Scout Camporee. Saturday North Mississippi County District Boy Scout Camporee. Read Courier News Want Ads. ELECTROLUX Cleaners Inspected • FREE • Prompt, Expert Repair Service at All Times Phone 6138 Guy Wright 112 East Davis New Elcctrolus Vacuum Cleaners Are Now Available $ 25 , or more trade in allowance on your uld washer, regardless of make or condition on a new BENDIX Automatic Washer This Is Your Chance for Real Savings—Come in Today HUBBARD & HOKE Appliance Co. A dessert eourue was served the hostess. by I Box Office Opens 6:45 t Show Starts 7:00 i Open! 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